• Objectives
    • Explore multicultural and pluralistic trends; social or cultural issues affecting individuals, couples and families
    • Understand the history of detoxification services
    • Identify the guiding principles of detoxification and substance abuse treatment
    • Identify challenges to providing effective detoxification
    • Identify the role of various settings in the delivery of detoxification services
    • The value weight and address psychosocial and biomedical issues during detoxification
    • Implement strategies for engaging in retaining patients in detoxification
    • Identify special considerations for patients needing detoxification including cultural diversity, single parents with small children, and financial barriers
    • Identify clinician characteristics most important to the therapeutic alliance
    • Understand the proper use of each psychosocial and biomedical screening and assessment instrument
    • Identify the clinical symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal from the most common substances
    • Identify medical complications of overdose or withdrawal from the most common substances
    • Define social detoxification
    • Identify the basic steps for management of delirium and seizures during alcohol withdrawal
    • Identify the different methods used for detoxification from each of the different most commonly used substances
    • Identify special populations, such as pregnant women, and special issues they may face during detoxification
    • Identify the general principles of care for patients with co-occurring medical conditions
    • Identify the general principles of care for patients with co-occurring psychiatric conditions
    $72.00 for 90 days

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