Contact Hours: 10

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP,

Objectives:
  • Discuss Drug and Alcohol Dependency, Recovery, and Relapse
  • Define Chemical Dependency/Addiction, its Effects & Treatment
  • Learn About the Developmental Model of Recovery
  • Compare The Developmental Model of Recovery With Traditional Models
  • Learn How to Classify of Recovery/Relapse History
  • Learn About Relapse Prevention Treatment
  • Identify Basic Counseling Skills and Relapse Prevention Techniques
  • Discuss Addictions Group Counseling
  • Discuss How Group Work Differs From Individual Counseling
  • Review Group Counseling Theory
  • Discuss Group Goals and Principles
  • Identify Warning Signs and Recovery Planning


Registration is available at: http://allceus.com

Support is available at: support@allceus.com


Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP,

Objectives:

  • Define relapse
  • Identify characteristics of an impending relapse 
  • Explore data and information gathering methods
  • Discuss ways to remain aware of relapse warning signs
  • Identify necessary components of a relapse prevention plan


Registration is available at: http://allceus.com

Support is available at support@allceus.com


CEUs: This course will provide 4 contact hours 

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP,

Objectives:

  • Define the client as a person, persons, group, aggregate or community with whom the clinician is engaged in a professional, therapeutic partnership.
  • Learn how to assist clients in assuming responsibility for their own learning and treatment
  • Discuss ways to develop collaborative partnership relationships with clients which are critical to the success of client centered learning
  • Identify information, resources and support for clients that will promote care a way that is evidence informed and respects clients’ preferences.
  • Realize the importance for clients to understand  the information in order to facilitate effective learning and treatment compliance
  • Explore the concept of temperament, and how each dimension communicates an aspect of relapse prevention which needs to be attended to.
  • Identify how individualized relapse prevention plans can increase client compliance and success

Contact Hours: 1

Instructor: Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD,

Objectives:

  • Define Relapse
  • Explore the acronym DREAM
  • Define and identify vulnerabilities
  • Define and identify exceptions
  • Develop a relapse prevention plan

Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD,

Objectives:

  • Define Relapse
  • Explore exacerbating and mitigating factors for relapse during the holidays
  • Review relapse prevention techniques

Contact Hours: 3

Instructor: Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD

Text: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction (National Institute of Drug Abuse) by Kathleen M. Carroll, PhD. 1998.

Objectives:

  • Define triggers and cravings
  • Compare and contrast triggers and cravings with obsessions and compulsions
  • Identify ways to help clients identify and cope with their triggers
  • Explore the various types of triggers
  • Explore what craving means and different ways to deal with it

Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC

Objectives:

  • Define accountability
  • Explore ways to enhance motivation and buy-in
  • Review techniques for writing a relapse prevention plan that emphasizes accountability
  • Identify 10 accountability techniques


Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes

Objectives

  • Define Relapse
  • Define Triggers
  • Examine symptoms of emotional, mental, physical and social relapse
  • Explore interventions