Winter - Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

Winter
2015
Workshop Schedule
Eugenia Cash, LSW, MSSA, CDCA Board Chair
William M. Denihan
Chief Executive Officer
IMPROVING LIVES THROUGH WELLNESS, RECOVERY AND INDEPENDENCE
TRAINING INSTITUTE
Winter 2015
Workshop Schedule
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Improving Lives Through Wellness,
Recovery and Independence
Board of Directors
Eugenia Cash, LSW, MSSA, CDCA
Chair
David E. Biegel, Ph.D.
Vice Chair
Pythias D. Jones, M.D.
Second Vice Chair
Reginald C. Blue, Ph.D.
Elsie Caraballo
Richard A. Folbert
J. Robert Fowler, Ph.D.
Rev. Benjamin F. Gohlstin, Sr.
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County’s Training Institute is an approved
provider through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board and the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family
Therapist Board offering Recognized Clock Hours (RCH) to Chemical Dependency Professionals as well as Continuing Professional
Education hours (CPE) to Counselors and Social Workers.
Fees for the ADAMHS Board Training Institute workshops are $25 per half-day (2-4 hour) session and $45 for a full-day (5+
hour) session. Occasionally, workshops will be offered free on an as-needed basis per topic. Workshop fees are non-refundable.
The ADAMHS Board is using Eventbrite to process ALL registrations. Payment can be made by credit card and/or checks made
payable to the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County. Invoices may be sent to organizations. All workshop participants must
be registered and confirmed in advance through Eventbrite. An order confirmation and entrance ticket to the workshop will be
e-mailed through Eventbrite immediately after the registration process is complete. Walk-ups and cash payments will not be
accepted.
To register for a workshop, visit the Web site listed at the end of each workshop description. Please note that each session
has its own unique Web address. If you want to attend more than one session, you must register for each session individually
through its unique Web site.
Please arrive on time for all scheduled workshops. If you arrive late to a workshop you will not receive a certificate. Partial
credit will not be given. In order to receive a certificate of completion, you must be present for the entire workshop.
General Information:
All workshops are held in the Training Institute, located in the ADAMHS Board offices on the 6th Floor of the United Bank
Building, 2012 West 25th Street. Free parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. All visitors must check-in at
the blue Parking Attendant Booth located in the lot directly behind the building on the east side of West 26th Street. Visitors
are to inform the attendant that they are visiting the ADAMHS Board and will be directed to available parking spaces or
may receive complimentary valet parking. Please bring the ticket provided to you from the attendant to the ADAMHS Board
receptionist for validation. Free and metered parking is also available on the street.
Cassi Handler
Steve Killpack, MS
Charlotte Rerko, MSN, RN,BC
J. Richard Romaniuk, Ph.D., LISW, LICDC
Eileen Saffran, LISW-S
Harvey A. Snider, Esq.
Ericka L. Thoms
Mary R. Warr, M. Ed.
Anngela Williams
William M. Denihan
Chief Executive Officer
2012 W. 25th Street, 6th Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
ph. (216) 241-3400
fax (216) 861-5067
www.adamhscc.org
Participants must meet the minimum education level and
credential requirements indicated:
OPEN LEVEL
ENTRY LEVEL
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
Open to anyone seeking the most basic understanding/awareness of the topic presented.
ADVANCED LEVEL
Registrants must be Professional Counselors, Professional Clinical Counselors, Licensed
Independent Social Workers, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III’s, Licensed
Independent Chemical Dependency Counselors, Registered Nurses, a D.O. or M.D. or have a
Ph.D. in Psychology, Counseling or Human Services.
Registrants must be Certified Chemical Dependency Assistants,
Registered Applicants for Prevention, Social Worker Assistant or STNA.
Registrant must be a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II,
Licensed Social Worker, or Licensed Professional Nurse.
For Recognized Clock Hours (RCH) and Continuing Professional Education hours (CPE), refer to the following codes:
C -- Chemical Dependency Specific
R -- Related to the Chemical Dependency Field
S -- Clinical Supervision
D -- Diagnostic Training
P -- Prevention Specific
Example: 2.75 RCH 06-0709-17PVN-CD
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Understanding & Addressing Spiritual
Abuse: Competencies for Substance Abuse
Counselors
Dr. Jamie Marich, Ph. D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CD
February 18, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
FEE: $45
OPEN
6 RCH’s Provider # 06-1315-17PVN-R
6 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
Generally defined as the use of God or religion as tools to gain power
and control by the abuser, spiritual abuse is one of the most overlooked
forms of abuse in clinical settings; however, the willingness to address
it will give clinicians added insight into many of their clients and how to
more effectively and holistically address treatment. In this workshop,
theories of spiritual abuse and approaches to understanding it are
explored through pastoral, developmental, and clinical lenses. Case
studies, personal reflection, and other critical thinking activities will help
participants understand how the construct of spiritual abuse is relevant to
clinical practice and apply this knowledge to assessment and treatment
planning.
To register for this session, please use Eventbrite. Click this link:
http://adamhsccwinter20151.eventbrite.com
IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND A WORKSHOP
FOR WHICH YOU ARE CONFIRMED,
PLEASE CALL TONYA BIRNEY,
ADAMHS BOARD TRAINING OFFICER,
AT (216) 241-3400, EXT. 813.
No refunds will be provided.
Participants who were denied admission to a closed
workshop will be placed on a waiting list and granted
admission in the event of a cancellation.
Wait-listed individuals will be contacted in the order
in which the requests were received.
Bullying Behavior in the Workplace
Amy Burzinski, MSW, LISW-S
February 23, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
OPEN
3.25 RCH’s Provider # 06-1315-17PVN-RSP
3.25 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
FEE: $25
Bullying behavior is often associated with childhood and adolescence.
One can assume that it is a behavior we outgrow. The reality is
different. Bullying behavior is a reality that does occur in the workplace.
Interestingly, those in the helping profession are in need of help when it
comes to dealing with difficult behavior. In this workshop participants will
become aware of the nature of workplace bullying behavior. Participants
will gain knowledge in how this problem is being addressed nationally
and internationally. We will look at strategies to use and apply when
confronted with bullying behavior and how to remain resilient.
To register for this session , please use Eventbrite. Click this link:
http://adamhsccwinter20152.eventbrite.com
Professional Responsibility: Prevention
Ethics & Dilemmas
Tonya Birney, MS, LPC/CR, LICDC, OCPS-II
February 26, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
OPEN
6 RCH’s Provider # 06-1315-17PVN-RP
6 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
FEE: $45
ATOD Prevention has grown dramatically over the past decade, but not
a lot of attention has been paid to the ethical issues that can develop.
Participants will explore ethical issues in prevention, review case studies,
examine their personal ethical standards and learn to apply decision
making models to resolve ethical issues in prevention practices.
To register for this session , please use Eventbrite. Click this link:
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Group Strategies and Interventions for
Traumatized Children & Adolescents
Gretchen M. Miller, MA, ATR-BC, CTC-S
March 10, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
FEE: $45
Entry/Intermediate
6 RCH’s Provider #06-1315-17PVN-R
6 CPE’s Provider # RCS110677
This workshop will focus on the benefit, strategies, interventions and
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considerations important to facilitating group work with traumatized
children and adolescents. Content will introduce participants to themes,
sensory based activities, therapeutic books, games, and creative
interventions to implement in the group setting with traumatized youth.
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drugs because they are prescribed by doctors. CDC data published
in February of 2013 showed opioid analgesics were involved in about
three of every four pharmaceutical overdose deaths. We will discuss in
depth the most commonly abused prescription drugs to include opioids,
anxiolytics, stimulants and sedative/hypnotics. Additionally we will
discuss signs of prescription medication abuse, short/long term effects of
abuse, intervention strategies and treatment.
To register for this session , please use Eventbrite. Click this link:
http://adamhsccwinter20156.eventbrite.com
Trauma and the Twelve Steps: Clinical Keys
for Enhancing Recovery Services
Dr. Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
March 12, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Intermediate
6 RCH’s Provider # 06-1315-17PVN-R
6 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
FEE: $45
Codependency Barriers to Parenting
Joyce Pleasant, LICDC-CS, ICCS
March 25, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
FEE: $45
TSome of the toughest clients presenting for therapy are plagued by
issues of co-occurring trauma and addiction. Although the popular 12step approaches to addiction treatment are still appropriate for clients
with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other trauma-related
diagnoses, rigid application of the disease model and 12-step principles
may prove more harmful than helpful for clients in need. In this workshop,
participants will learn how to blend traditional knowledge about the
disease of addiction and 12-step approaches to recovery with the latest
research and practice knowledge on trauma. As a result, participants
will find that they will be able to better connect with addicted clients who
struggle with trauma, and deliver the help that they so desperately need in
a way that honors their experience.
To register for this session , please use Eventbrite. Click this link:
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Prescription Drug Abuse
Dr. Paul Martin, DO
March 13, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Entry/Intermediate
6 RCH’s Provider #06-1315-17PVN-C
6 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
FEE: $45
PThe Center for Disease Control (CDC) has classified prescription drug
abuse as an epidemic. According to a 2010 study, approximately 7
million people in the U.S. or 2.7 percent of the population, annually abuse
prescription drugs. Many people who get involved with illegal drugs start
with prescription drugs as they are frequently viewed as safer than illegal
Early/Intermediate
6 RCH’s Provider #06-1315-17PVN-C
6 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
A codependent parent may seem like the ultimate care giver, hovering
over their child, smoothing the path, making everything “just right.” The
disadvantage is that this type of parenting does not allow children to learn
on their own. Codependent parents miss opportunities for teaching and
guidance because they are often too busy doing everything for their kids.
This workshop will review co-dependency and the effects on the family.
Participants will begin to identify patterns of behaviors, recognize relapse
and warning signals of codependency, and explore techniques to assist
clients in re-thinking old habits.
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Learning about Prevention: Strategies,
Service Delivery, Research and Design
Tonya Birney, MS, LPC/CR, LICDC, OCPS-II
March 31, 2015
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
OPEN
6 RCH’s Provider #06-1315-17PVN-RP
6 CEU’s Provider # RCS110677
FEE: $45
Appreciate the differences in prevention strategies and how they are
implemented together in delivering effective service within various
evidence-based prevention programs. CSAP promotes six broad
strategies: information dissemination, prevention education, alternatives,
problem identification and referral, community-based process, and
environmental strategies. This workshop reviews these strategies and
also looks at the utilization of evidence-based prevention programs and
practices that are design to provide effective community and/or school
services.
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September 21, 2015
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at the Marriott Cleveland Airport Hotel
This biennial regional conference for clients of mental
health services, individuals in treatment from addictions,
family members, and providers of mental health and
alcohol and other drug treatment/prevention services
Proposals Due: Friday, February 27, 2015
What the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County is
looking for:
• Illustrating successful mental health and alcohol and
other drug addiction recovery models and best
practices.
• Implementing successful mental health and alcohol
and other drug addiction recovery models into daily
practice for consumers, clients and professionals.
• Establishing a trusting relationship between clients,
family members, and providers to foster recovery.
• Educating the public that personal recovery from
mental illness and alcohol and other drug addiction is
possible.
Each workshop presenter and/or secondary
presenter(s) will have a combined total of 90 minutes
for the presentation, including time for audience
participation. We also are accepting proposals
for special institute workshops of 180 minutes for
presentation of in-depth information.
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The ADAMHS Board Training Institute is
seeking proposals for various trainings
and workshops for its 2015 session.
Trainer/Speaker fees:
• $600 for a full-day workshop
• $300 for 1/2 day workshop
• Less than $300 for special workshops under
3.5 hours
Proposals from presenters/trainers/
speakers with the following qualifications:
- Licensed professionals, including LPCC, LISW,
LIMFT,LICDC, OCPS-II, etc.
- Bachelors Degreed, Masters Degreed and/or
RN, Ph.D., M.D., etc.
- Life experiences as a client/consumer
receiving behavioral health services and/or has
recovered or is in recovery from mental illness
and/or addictions.
More information at www.adamhscc.org
under the “Education” then “Training
Institute” tab.
SUBMIT YOUR
SUBMIT
YOUR
PROPOSAL
PROPOSAL:
• via e-mail (preferred) to:
Scott S. Osiecki, Director of External Affairs
osiecki@adamhscc.org
Subject Line: “Roads Conference Proposal”
or
“Training Institute Proposal”
(attachments in Word/PDF)
• or mail to:
Scott S. Osiecki, Director of External Affairs
ADAMHS Board
2012 West 25th Street, 6th Floor, Cleveland OH 44113
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Presenter Information
Tonya Birney, MS, LPC/CR, LICDC, OCPS-II, earned her Masters of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling from
Walden University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Notre Dame College of Ohio. Tonya currently
is the Training Officer for the Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County, where her
responsibilities include coordinating the Training Institute. A certified trainer for the Girls Institute of Ohio, Tonya has
presented workshops in this region for the State of Ohio Department of Parks and Recreation and most recently the
Midwest Alcohol Policy Summit held in Columbus, Ohio. Tonya’s theoretical orientation is relational cultural theory and she
specializes in working with clients and their families who are suffering from substance use disorders and other addictions.
Tonya was selected to represent the state as an item writer for the ICRC AODA Prevention Exam in 2011 and she currently
works in private practice at CJ Hendry & Associates in Westlake, Ohio.
Amy Burzinski, MSW, LISW-S, has over 23 years of experience in human services. Amy’s experience includes working
with individuals and families in hospitals, employee assistance programs, outpatient treatment programs and school and
camp settings. Amy served as the coordinator for a victim services agency in New York in which she worked with women
and families affected by domestic violence as well as training physicians and medical staff how to identify, document and
refer victims of domestic violence. Amy also created and writes content for a website on bullying prevention www.bullying
preventioninjds.com and presents workshops throughout the U.S.
Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, is described by friends and family as a renaissance woman. A dancer, musician,
performer, writer, and clinical counselor, Marich unites these elements of her experience to achieve an ultimate mission:
bringing the art and joy of healing to others. Based in Ohio, Marich is the founder of the Dancing Mindfulness practice,
and she is actively trains facilitators on using this practice in both the clinical and community settings. She is the author
of Trauma Made Simple (2014), Creative Mindfulness (2013), Trauma and the Twelve Steps (2012), and EMDR Made
Simple (2011). Marich began her career in human services as an English teacher in post- war Bosnia. She is fast becoming
respected as a voice to listen to in the mental health and addiction recovery communities because of her candidness.
Paul Martin, D.O., completed a residency in psychiatry at Case/MetroHealth and a fellowship in Forensic Medicine, at
Syracuse University. In addition to several years as a staff psychiatrist working in jails, crisis centers, and prisons, he
has served as consultant to State of Wisconsin public defenders regarding competency issues. As a consultant, he has
presented throughout the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio to social services, law enforcement, probation,
school personnel, businesses and universities on topics of mental health issues, stress and violence in the workplace, and
adolescent violence.
Gretchen M. Miller, MA, ATR-BC, CTC-S, is a registered board certified art therapist and certified trauma consultant
supervisor practicing in Cleveland, Ohio. She specializes in working with children, adolescents, and families impacted
by childhood trauma, homelessness, domestic violence, and grief and loss. Gretchen is an Adjunct Professor for the Art
Therapy & Counseling Graduate Program at Ursuline College and a course instructor for the National Institute for Trauma
and Loss in children. She also teaches and presents regionally and nationally on the application of art therapy and trauma
intervention. To learn more about Gretchen’s work and interests please visit www.gretchen-miller.com.
Joyce Pleasant, LICDC, ICCS, is the Executive Director of Pleasant People’s Driver’s Intervention Program certified by
OhioMHAS. Joyce currently provides training for chemical dependency counselors and prevention professionals approved
by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Prevention Board and the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist
Boards. She previously worked at Harbor Lights Detox Center as counselor. As program director at LCADA, she was
responsible for developing and implementing the Key Women’s and Babies Inpatient Treatment Program that opened
in 1993. She served as Project Coordinator for NORA’s Peer Recovery Support Services Program with ex-offenders and
opened NORA’s existing Outpatient Treatment Program in Lorain County. Joyce’s experiences also includes working in a
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Registration Information!!
The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County is using Eventbrite to manage ALL
registrations to its Training Institute workshops. Payment can be made by
credit card or check made payable to the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County.
Organizations may be invoiced.
All workshop participants must be registered and confirmed in advance through
Eventbrite. An order confirmation and entrance ticket to the workshop will
be e-mailed through Eventbrite immediately after the registration process is
complete. Walk-ups and cash payments will not be accepted.
To register for a workshop, visit the Web site listed at the end of each workshop
description. Please note that each session has its own unique Web address. If
you want to attend more than one session, you must register for each session
individually through its unique Web site.
If you have any questions, contact Tonya Birney, Training Officer, at
216-241-3400, ext. 813, or at birney@adamhscc.org.
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The ADAMHS Board has arranged for the presenters to provide the trainings and/or topics listed in this brochure. While ADAMHS Board staff have taken steps to ensure that
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the presenters are qualified to offer the topics, the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County assumes no responsibility for workshop content, participant Page
interpretation
material presented nor the application of the information presented.
Winter
2015
2012 W. 25th Street, 6th Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
www.adamhscc.org
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