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Beginning in February 2020, SATTC will host "Ask the Expert" the 2nd Tuesday of every month on topics surrounding Substance Use Disorders (SUDs), co-occurring diseases, health disparities, and more. Experts in the field will share the latest knowledge and answer questions from our community.

As professionals and practitioners move beyond webinars and training to more Intensive Technical Assistance (TA) needs, Ask the Expert becomes an infinite space to ask questions and increase your knowledge on some of the most popular and buzzing topics in the behavioral health and SUD fields.

 
Objectives
  • To increase the knowledge capacity surrounding SUDs/OUDs

  • To increase the awareness of emerging SUD hot topics and provide expert-level knowledge on myths surrounding many of them.

 

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Upcoming Sessions

 

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Health Equity and Implicit Racial Bias Experiences by the LGBTQ+ Community Seeking Treat & Recovery

Lawrence Bryant, Ph.D., MPH, RRT, BSW, AAS

 

 

 

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July's Session

 

Implicit Racial Bias and Microaggression as they relate behavioral health treatment and recovery including SUDs

Resources Mentioned:

  • KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION  - REPOSITORY ON HEALTH DISPARITIES

  • Patricia G. Devine, Patrick S. Forscher, Anthony J. Austin, and William T. L. Cox.  J Exp Soc Psychol. 2012 Nov; 48(6): 1267–1278. Long-term reduction in implicit race bias: A prejudice habit-breaking intervention  

 

 

Past Sessions

 

 

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Nzinga A. Harrison, MD

Implicit Racial Bias and Microaggression as they Relate Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery including Substance Use Disorders

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Michael King, Ph.D., MSW

Federal Support for Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Services

 

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Nick Szubiak, LCSW

Strategic Integration of Mental Health/SUD into Primary Care

 

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Scott Hesseltine, LCDAC

Addressing the Addiction Crisis with Community Based Support

 

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Ed Johnson, Associate Director of SATTC

Language, Stigma, and Recovery

 

 

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