NeC-ATTC Free Online Public & Behavioral Healthcare Webinar Series

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relevant to workforce development for human services providers providing the support you need to achieve your goals

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These webinar trainings are provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.
 

NeC-ATTC now offers training via live webinar on a range of public health and behavioral health issues relevant to workforce development for human services providers from a range of disciplines designed to create measureable growth, meet your needs and motivate your workforce at senior, middle management or operative level. Courses are generally three-hours in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each). In order to encourage participation and in the process enhance the learning experience, webinars are designed to be highly interactive by incorporating polling questions, whiteboards, question chat boxes, and other strategies consistent with adult learning principle.
 

Technical Requirements:
Computer with internet access (high speed connection is best) and media player software. Telephones/Headsets recommended. Our webinars are presented via Webex. Prior to your online meeting session, you can Try out a real webex meeting online to make sure your computer meets Webex specifications.  For all how-to or technical questions or comments related to technical issues during a live session, please contact Webex toll free support: (866) 229-3239.  They will be able to discuss or troubleshoot further if necessary.


Upcoming Webinars

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Wednesday, December 18, 2019
12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

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11:00am - 12:00pm (CDT)
10:00am - 11:00am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:00am (PDT)

This webinar will broadcast live in Spanish


This webinar will look at managing trauma for people with substance use and mental health disorders. It will define trauma and identify the impact of untreated trauma on human development. The webinar will also provide information on recognizing trauma, helping clients to heal from trauma and also how to support resilience and recovery.
 


 



Goals:
• Define trauma and related terms.
• Identify the impact of untreated trauma on human development.
• Understand how trauma can affect the mental health.
• Have Knowledge of the relationship between trauma and substance abuse.
• Obtain information in order to recognize the signs of trauma.
• Identify courses of action and management of traumatic experiences.
• Reflect on the importance of a trauma-oriented system and how to support resilience and recovery.


*Prior to your online meeting session, you can Test your computer system compatibility,
 internet connection and audio settings to make sure your computer meets gotowebinar specifications.  For all how-to or technical questions or comments related to technical issues during a live session, please contact toll free support: (833) 851-8340. They will be able to discuss or troubleshoot further if necessary.


REGISTER NOW!
Wednesday, December 18th,12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6560114484500707074

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Robert at: robert.peralta@uccaribe.edu or Tel: (787) 798-3001 ext. 2132, (787) 785-4211 


Education and Training Coordinator for PR/USVI
Universidad Central del Caribe
School of Medicine
PO Box 60327, Bayamón, Puerto Rico 00960-6032


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Wednesday, December 11, and Thursday, December 12, 2019
12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

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11:00am - 12:30pm (CDT)
10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)

Brief Overview:  This webinar is an introduction to methamphetamines. It will cover a variety of topics from description of methamphetamines, pharmacology, and reasons for use. It will also include special populations and evidence based practices.

Goal: Increase knowledge about methamphetamines and what works for treatment

Objectives:
1. State statistics for methamphetamines locally and nationally
2. Define stimulant drug
3. Describe methamphetamines, withdrawal, and long term effects
4. List at least 5 reasons for use
5. Describe the routes of administration for methamphetamines including oral,snorting
6. List special issues for women and methamphetamines
7. List special issues for MSM (Men who have sex with men)
8. Define evidence-based practice and describe 3 evidence-based practices for methamphetamines


This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.


Prior to your online meeting session, you can Try out a real webex meeting online to make sure your computer meets Webex specifications.  For all how-to or technical questions or comments related to technical issues during a live session, please contact Webex toll free support: (866) 229-3239.  They will be able to discuss or troubleshoot further if necessary.
 

REGISTER NOW!
Part 1 - Wednesday, December 11th,12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
https://meetny.webex.com/meetny/onstage/g.php?MTID=ec3eda107cfba7f20055e53cf41159e81

Part 2 - Thursday, December 12th,12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
https://meetny.webex.com/meetny/onstage/g.php?MTID=e5e0cfc4947464cf560b73ff771c75af4


*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.
 

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Thursday, November 7th, and Thursday, November 14, 2019
12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

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11:00am - 12:30pm (CDT)
10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)

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Most training's on Motivational Interviewing don't do more than convey the 'concept' of "Change Talk" as something essential to the success of this evidence based practice. This two-part webinar goes beyond concept and into action. You will learn how to evoke Change Talk and what to do with it. A prior knowledge of the CORE skills of MI (OARS) is helpful and not required to join us.

Learning Objectives - Thursday, November 7, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
1. Define Change Talk.
2. Describe the relationship between Change Talk and the client-centered behavior Change Goal.
3. State the providers role in evoking Sustain Talk.
4. Demonstrate the use of EARS.


Course Outline - Thursday, November 14, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
1. Change Talk is motivational Gold.
2. The magic of Evocation revealed.
3. "This is what you need to do."
4. EARS, aren't just for hearing anymore.


These webinar trainings are provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.

This webinar has been approved for three renewal hours (CASAC, CPP, CPS) and three initial hours (CPP, CPS) through New York State’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS).


*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Prior to your online meeting session, you can Try a test meeting to make sure your computer meets Webex specifications.  For all how-to or technical questions or comments related to technical issues during a live session, please contact Webex toll free support: (866) 229-3239.  They will be able to discuss or troubleshoot further if necessary.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Wednesday, October 9th, and Thursday, October 10th, 2019
1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT


Trainer Image Graphic11:00am - 12:30pm (CDT)
10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)


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Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx adolescents in the US tend to grow up with intersecting Latino and American cultures and other influencing factors. Addressing maladaptive behavior with Latino youth encourages a culturally informed approach that integrates an ecological understanding of their world, which tend to include family structure, adolescent development stages, peer pressure.

Goal: To provide participants with insight as to how various aspects of culture and adolescent development stages intersect for Hispanic, Latino and Latinx teens; and strategies to help address substance use and other maladaptive behavior and promote recovery.

Learning Objectives - Wednesday, October 9, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
• Reviewing and understanding Hispanic, Latino and Latinx terms of identity
• Prevalence of substance use and mental health among Latino adolescents
• Sociopolitical climate and distress among Latino youth
• Adolescent development stages and tasks
• Framing the Hispanic family structure member roles


Learning Objectives - Thursday, October 10, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
• Engaging and screening Hispanic and Latinx adolescents for substance use and mental health
• Promoting recovery using elements of Hispanic culture
• Evidence based practices versus culturally sensitive services
• Strategies and program elements that can improve the quality of mental health services for Latino youth and their families



This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.

*To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Prior to your online meeting session, you can Try a test meeting to make sure your computer meets Webex specifications.  For all how-to or technical questions or comments related to technical issues during a live session, please contact Webex toll free support: (866) 229-3239.  They will be able to discuss or troubleshoot further if necessary.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Monday, April 15, and Friday, April 19, 2019
12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

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11:00am - 12:30pm (CDT)
10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)


This course has ended

Most training's on Motivational Interviewing don't do more than convey the 'concept' of "Change Talk" as something essential to the success of this evidence based practice. This two-part webinar goes beyond concept and into action. You will learn how to evoke Change Talk and what to do with it. A prior knowledge of the CORE skills of MI (OARS) is helpful and not required to join us.

 

*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Tuesday, April 23, and Wednesday, April 24 2019
12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

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11:00am - 12:30pm (CDT)
10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)

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Brief Overview:  In 2017, there were an estimated 70,200 overdose deaths in the United States, more than two thirds of which involved an opioid. Many strategies have been identified to prevent opioid overdose deaths in the area of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. This webinar will introduce participants to some promising strategies, especially in secondary and tertiary prevention.

This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.

*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Thursday, May 9, and Thursday, May 16, 2019
1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT

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12:00pm -1:30pm (CDT)
11:00am -12:30pm (MDT)
10:00am -11:30am (PDT)

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Brief Overview:   When working with Hispanic and Latino populations, clear language should never be a linear process, particularly for a collectivist society that defines and interprets experiences, environment, and even words used within a cultural context.  Latino values such as, ‘machismo and personalismo,’ have their own connotations, and can be insightful.

This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.


*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Wednesday, February 20, and Thursday, February 28, 2019
1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT

 

Trainer Image Graphic12:00pm -1:30pm (CDT)
11:00am -12:30pm (MDT)
10:00am -11:30am (PDT)

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Brief Overview:  Working effectively with youth who have substance use issues warrant a fundamental understanding of how the adolescent is influenced by internal factors such as mental health, trauma, stress, and external factors including family, peer, and community.

This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.


*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Tuesday, January 22, and Tuesday, January 29, 2019
1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT

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11:00am -12:30pm (MDT)
10:00am -11:30am (PDT)

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Please Join Diana Padilla as she delves into:  SBIRT for Adolescents in School Settings:  Benefits of and Considerations for Implementation'.

Brief Overview:  Drug and alcohol experimentation is often high among adolescents who are more likely to perceive the social benefits of drug use (such as being accepted among peers) than they are to evaluate the negative effects. Drug abuse during these critical formative years can impact the ability of the brain to function in the short-term (e.g., inhibit perceptual abilities and healthy decision making) as well as prevent proper growth and development later in life, ultimately putting youth at risk of developing longer-term substance use problems.

As an SBIRT Technical Assistance Specialist, Diana trains professionals on related behavioral health topics including adolescent development, substance use, and SBIRT.

Intended audience: This webinar is intended for professionals working with adolescents such as teachers, school nurses, school social workers, guidance counselors and other support services staff who are looking to enhance their capacity to detect youth at risk for substance use related problems and implement strategies to address these concerns at an early stage in adolescents.

This training meets the requirements for three renewal hours (CASAC, CPP, CPS) and three initial hours (CPP, CPS) through New York State’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS). The NJ Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services offers reciprocity for CADC, LCADC, and LPC.


*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Wednesday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 30, 2019
12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

 

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10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)

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This interactive two-part webinar focuses on "cultural competence" and it's inherent limitations when seeking to provide services to LGBTQIA people. In order to engage and retain, the full-spectrum of people we want and need to reach, we may be required to change our life-style. "Cultural Humility", is not a "one sensitivity training and done", or simply study of the LGBTQIA Lexicon, it is a life long process. Join our learning community and contribute to the health and well-being of the people you have the opportunity to serve.

Goal - To engage providers in the process of Cultural Humility. To provide opportunities for self-assessment and to positively impact retention of LGBTQIA people in care.

This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.


*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

 

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center


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Thursday, January 24, and Friday, January 25, 2019
12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

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10:00am - 11:30am (MDT)
  9:00am - 10:30am (PDT)

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Brief Overview:  Professional boundaries set the parameters of effective and appropriate interaction between professionals and the persons they serve. They protect clients or patients as well as the provider. This course will discuss professionalism and ethics, dual relationships, how to build a safe working environment and maintain professional boundaries that are essential for practice and achieving client goals.

This three-hour (3) in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.

*Important:  To attain an "OASAS Certificate of Completion", participants are required to attend both sessions to receive CASAC hours.

Communication GraphicsFor more information contact: 
Tri at: Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu or Tel: (646) 774-6186 

Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC)
1051 Riverside Drive, MC #20, New York, NY  10032
Division on Substance Use Disorders | New York State Psychiatric Institute
Department of Psychiatry | Columbia University Medical Center