Continuing Education and Training
A Center of Excellence in Research, Education and Training
As a leader in the treatment of substance use, we are committed to educating the public about the disease of addiction and co-occurring disorders. To that end, we have expanded our professional education and training program to professionals who are interested in learning more about behavioral health, and the future of recovery. All sessions are conducted in our state-of-the-art Conference Center, and led by professionals from Eagleville Hospital and other organizations. Currently we offer the following courses:
Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB):
- Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) credits through PCB
Social Work CEUs:
- Continuing education hours are awarded for Social Work and Professional Counselors
- Provided in conjunction with Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work
Training ScheduleThe first 3 training listed are sponsored by PCB. You must go to their website to register, click the below link. The last training listed you will need to contact Paul Toth to register. Click Here to register Treating the Whole System: Family and Couples Therapy in Substance Use Disorder Treatment When: 9/18/2017 Presenter: Dana Cohen, MA, M.Ed PCB Hours Approved: 6 MAT: Recovery in a Bottle: For Best Results…. When: 10/06/2017 Presenter: Michael Palladini, RPh, MBA PCB Hours Approved: 6 Treating Problem Gambling When: 11/17/2017 Presenter: Eric J. Webber, MA, CADC, ASAT, CCPG PCB Hours Approved: 6 Drug Subculture Competency: Identifying and Understanding Drug Paraphernalia and Routes of Ingestion
When: 09/22/2017 Where: Eagleville Hospital Patient Care Building Presenter: Bruce Schaffer, M.Ed Hours Approved: 6 This training will increase the participant’s awareness of the drug subculture. Participants can expect to learn both the various routes of substance ingestion and further their understanding of drug paraphernalia through seeing the actual thing. There will be a discussion of the beliefs and behavior of various substance abusers, as well as, signs and symptoms of abuse. The substances that will be reviewed will include: PCP, narcotics, stimulants, ecstasy and marijuana. Through this workshop, the participant will learn to understand the client and his/her behavior thus increasing their ability to establish a therapeutic relationship.
1. Learn the routes of substance ingestion as it relates to time and acquisition of addiction;
2. Actually observe paraphernalia that correlates to the routes;
3. Learn signs/symptoms of various substances;
4. Learn the belief and behavior of substance dependent people; and,
5. Learn the ingredients of establishing a therapeutic alliance.
*** The methodology for the workshop will include: pre/post test, lecture, audio-visual aids, brainstorming, and small group work.