CE / Trainer course
Guide to Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment and Recovery
In this training course you will gain an understanding of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and recovery practices and principles. The course will review the signs and symptoms of SUD and how the process of screening and assessment helps determine next steps and the required level of care.
The course will define effective, clinically-proven treatment principles and the importance of providing an individualized, multi-faceted approach to treatment and continuum of care.
Participants will learn how the process of change can contribute to interrupting the addiction cycle and achieving recovery. The course will review the four dimensions and ten guiding principles of recovery and provide an understanding of relapse (or setback), the stages of relapse, and relapse prevention. Finally, the course will provide a guide to locating trusted resources and support.
DEA MATE Act Training Approved
The Guide to Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery on-demand online CE course is approved MATE Act Training providing 3.0 ACCME or ANCC CE credits. Learn More
What You Will Learn
Brief Review of Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
b. Cause and Risk Factors
Screening and Assessment
a. The Process and Purpose
b. Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to
c. PCP and Addiction Specialist Assessment
d. ASAM’s Six Dimensions of Multidimensional
e. Other Common SUD Screenings: ACEs:
Adverse Childhood Experiences Screening
DSM-5 Signs and Symptoms of SUD
a. DSM 5 Signs and Symptoms
c. Determining the Severity
Cycle of Addiction and Stages of Change
a. Cycle of Addiction and Denials Role
b. Stages of Change
SUD Treatment and Levels of Care
a. Treatable Disorder
b. Individualized. Continuum of Care
c. ASAM’s Levels of Care
d. Multi-faceted Approach to SUD Treatment
e. Principles of Effective Treatment
b. Four Dimensions of Recovery
c. Ten Guiding Principles
Relapse, or Setback
b. Stages of Relapse
c. Relapse Prevention
Resources and Support
Online CE Course - MATE Act Approved
On-demand online continuing education. Meets the ANCC and ACCME DEA MATE Act training requirements. Learn More
3.0 CE Credits
Clinician and layperson accreditation through Purdue University, College of Pharmacy, Office of Continuing Education.
Individual Course: $45
Onsite and Virtual Training
Onsite and virtual training, available for groups of five or more.
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Training Fee: $240/person
Program License Fee: $200/per person
Group Program License Fee: $400/per group