It can be argued that the best strategy to fight addiction is to engage the individual while the disorder is in its mild or moderate forms. This holds especially true for individual who experience moderate to severe behavioral health challenges. Co-occurring Disorders – having both a behavioral health diagnosis and a history of using substances – is quite common. There are, however, unique challenges in engaging these individuals in treatment. Our co-occurring disorders training will examine these challenges, identify possible strategies, and consider ways to avoid the pitfalls of engaging both diagnoses simultaneously. Presenters J. Todd Barlow, MS, and Pam DeHart, LPC CAC, will lead the discussion in a complimentary training co-sponsored by New Vitae Wellness and Recovery and Marywood University.
Date: Thursday, March 17th, 2016
Time: Registration and Light Refreshments: 12:30-1pm; Program: 1pm-3pm
Location: West End Fire Company
1319 Park Avenue
Quakertown, PA 18951
Cost: To attend – Free
For CEU’s: $15 for NASW members
$25 for NASW non-members
(payable directly to NASW-PA via check or money order only)
RSVP to: Darlene Geiger at 215-538-3403, extension 301 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 14th.
When registering, please indicate your interest in receiving CEU’s and consider joining one of our scheduled tours of New Vitae Wellness and Recovery at 12pm or 3pm! Contact us today to learn more about our treatment programs.