§1810. (a) The instruction and training in alcoholism and other chemical substance dependency required by Sections 4980.41, 4980.80, 4980.90, 4996.2, 4996.17, and 4999.32 of the Code shall consist of not less than fifteen hours of classroom training or coursework and shall include each of the following areas:
(1) The definition of alcoholism and other chemical dependency, and the evaluation of the abuser.
Section 1 & Question 1
--Definition of Alcoholism and Other Chemical Dependency
2 & Question 2
--Evaluation of the Abuser: Assessing Addiction Concepts and Instruments
(2) Recognizing the symptoms of alcoholism and drug addiction.
Section 3 & Question 3
--Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Drugs and Alcohol
(3) Major treatment approaches to alcoholism and chemical dependency.
Section 4 & Question 4
--Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction
(4) Making appropriate interpretations, interventions, and referrals.
Section 5 & Question 5
--Screening, Brief Interventions & Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
(5) The process of referring affected persons.
Section 6 & Question 6
--Guidelines for Identifying and Referring Persons with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
(6) The role of persons and systems that support or compound the abuse.
7 & Question 7
--Health Care Systems and Substance Use Disorders
(7) Recognizing and intervening with affected family members.
Section 8 & Question 8
--Family Members who Refuse to Cooperate
(8) Extent of the alcohol and drug abuse epidemic and its effects on the individual, family, and community.
Section 9 & Question 9
--The Impact of Substance Use Disorders on Families and Children:
from Theory to Practice
(9) Community resources offering assessment, treatment and follow-up for the abuser and family.
Section 10 & Question 10
--Age and Gender Based Populations
Section 11 & Question 11
--Specific Populations and Prescription Drug Misuse and Abuse
Section 12 & Question 12
--Resource List: Substance Abuse Prevention Evidence-Based
Section 13 & Question 13
--Community Resources Offering Assessment, Treatment and Follow-
up for the Abuser and Family
(10) Current theories of the etiology of substance abuse.
14 & Question 14
--Understanding Chemical Dependency - Etiology
(11) Knowledge of certain populations at risk with regard to substance abuse.
Section 15 & Question 15
--Substance Abuse Prevalence & Prevention among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Questioning Adolescents
Section 16 & Question 16
--An Intervention to Reduce Binge Drinking in College Students
Section 17 & Question 17
--Relapse Prevention Strategies for Clients Arrested for DWI
Section 18 & Question 18
--After-School Counseling for High-Risk Middle School Students
Section 19 & Question 19
--Contemporary Patterns of Alcohol Abuse
(12) Historical and contemporary perspectives on alcohol and other drug abuse.
Section 20 & Question 20
--Theories on Drug Abuse Selected Contemporary Perspectives: The Natural History of Drug Abuse
(13) Medical aspects of alcoholism and other chemical dependency.
Section 21 & Question 21
--Medical Aspects of Alcoholism
(14) Legal aspects of substance abuse.
Section 22 & Question 22
--Legal Issues: Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Vocational Services
(15) Education concerning and prevention of substance abuse.
Section 23 & Question 23
--Prevention of Substance Abuse: A Brief Overview
(16) Learning about current programs of recovery, such as 12 step programs, and how therapists can effectively utilize these programs.
Section 24 & Question 24
--12-Step Participation as a Pathway to Recovery: The Maryhaven Experience and Implications for Treatment and Research
Section 25 & Question 25
--Professional Interventions that Facilitate 12-Step Self-Help Group Involvement
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Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes here
CAMFT: Course Details in compliance with CAMFT Guidelines here.
NAADAC: If you are taking this 10 CE hr course for NAADAC CE? here
Announcements that demonstrate compliance with all requirements
(CEPA Program Manual, Page 5-6)
Description of the Course Content
The cost of the course:
Instructor’s Name & Credentials: Tracy Catherine Appleton, LCSW, MEd
, CE Program Administrator, Course Development Coordinator, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Masters Degree in Education. Ms. Appleton has had experience in developing, providing, and presenting adult education programs since 1979. Expertise in program content: Experience as an Outpatient Therapist and Private Practice.
Accommodations for Disability ADA
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All activities within all of our courses are offered for continuing education credit.
"Course meets the qualifications for
hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences."
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