Special Population: Criminal Justice
This program provides the addiction specific training required as part of the process to become a CCJP/CCJAP, a professional substance abuse credential for those persons who are working with individuals who are incarcerated and/or receiving court ordered substance abuse treatment services.
$149.00 for one year
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$90.00 for 90 days
Learner Objectives: • Identify the administrative, organizational, and ethical issues relevant to Mental Health Services in a correctional setting. • Identify typical offender problems in many correctional systems and how they are customarily managed. • Explain various clinical and consultative activities offered by mental health professionals within correctional settings.
$48.00 for 90 days
Objectives • Explore similarities between addiction and criminogenic thinking • Identify purpose, sources of information and areas of concern for screening • Explore the pitfalls of diagnosis in the CJ system • Identify preferred screening and assessment instruments and what they measure • Examine placement strategies based on criminality, mental health and addiction issues • Discuss general treatment issues in CJ including the purpose, intervention and alternatives • Consider barriers to effective treatment in the criminal justice system • Highlight unique needs of special populations including women and the elderly in the CJ system
$90.00 for 90 days
Learner Objectives • Examine the rates of substance-involved inmates in the criminal justice and identify rates of arrests, convictions, and recidivism for these populations. • Evaluate the role of race and ethnicity, and how social factors such as income, education, age, and family history impact substance abuse among criminal offenders. • Identify particular populations and problems needing special services in criminal justice settings • Identify components of effective substance abuse treatment within criminal justice settings. • Determine how to overcome barriers to treatment within prison populations • Recognize practical steps that government and criminal justice systems can take to combat substance abuse.
$45.00 for 90 days
.Learning Objectives • Describe the need for continuity of care for the offender from substance use treatment facility into the community. • Identify different criteria included in the offender’s needs assessment upon entering treatment. • Define principles and criteria of transition plans. • List commonly used sanctions. • List commonly used rewards. • Describe events in the criminal’s developmental life that could have led to their particular way of thinking and acting. • Define criteria included in discharge planning. • List indicators of treatment success. • List services that are important to incorporate into the life of an offender being discharged from inpatient treatment. • Identify special issues or circumstances that require additional services or attention. • Define confidentiality guidelines and regulations.
$24.00 for 90 days
Learner Objectives • Identify the administrative, organizational, and ethical issues relevant to Mental Health Services in a correctional setting. • Identify typical offender problems in many correctional systems and how they are customarily managed. • Explain various clinical and consultative activities offered by mental health professionals within correctional settings. • Learn about professions in correctional mental health • Differentiate between level 1, 2 and 3 services in correctional mental health • Identify common challenges for mental health professionals working in the corrections field • Define and learn to identify malingering and the reasons/benefits for it
$96.00 for 90 days
This course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes: 18 Text materials are also provided as an option for those who prefer to learn by reading.
$6.00 for 90 days
This course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Podcast episode 15 (3 hours)
$12.00 for 90 days
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