Laying The Foundation

Sunrise Saturday's  3.0 Contact Hours (CEU)
ICRC Exam Courses 3.0 Contact Hours (CEU)
        

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Laying the Foundation Student Rate
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Continuing Education Classroom & Online Live Webinar Registration
4 - Class Registration is $60.00 - 12 CEU's
($15 Per Class)



Drop in Class $20.00 Per Class - 3.0 ceu/contact hours 


ICRC Exam Preparation Series for
30 CEU

CADC, CAADC, CPS
$150.00
 

10 week - Course 

Ethics Course  - $30 per class (3.0 CEU)


Ethics Course Registration $50 (6.0 CEU)


Registration for entire course and receive tuition discount.


Sunrise Saturday’s

The courses are designed to assist substance abuse providers, prevention educators, counselors, administrators, managers, social workers, probation officers, mental health workers, group home staff, nurses, and doctors meet their continuing education, credentialing, and certification requirements for CADC, CADAAC, CPS, CCJP, CCDP, CCDP-D.

Select Saturdays

9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. (3.0 CEU/Contact hours) Visit Sunrise Saturday Training tab to register and view calendar.

Thursday Continuing Education

Continuing education courses offered on select Wednesday afternoons. The courses are designed to assist professionals unable to participate in training on Saturdays.

Select Thursday’s 4:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m. 3.0 CEU’s/Contact Hours Visit Sunrise Saturday Training tab to register and view calendar.

ICRC Exam Preparation Training

This is a 30 hour training course that includes , minimum 300 hour internship if needed at a licensed treatment and/or prevention program that offers integrated services., and continuing education units. Commitment, team work, and homework completion is required.

Addiction counselor Training

This is a 270 hour training course that includes, minimum 1000 hour internship at a licensed treatment and/or prevention program that offers integrated services. ICRC exam preparation is included. Service offered through Free Desire Academy.

Recovery Coach/Peer Support Training

Coming Soon

DUI and BASIC Driving Education

Courses designed to meet State of Michigan mandates

Workshops
Workshops are available for groups of 3 or more at a location of your choice or Laying the Foundation located at 16327 Gratiot in Detroit, MI. Workshops are designed in 3.0,3.5, or 6 Continuing Education Units.

You can select any of the course topics below or request a topic of to meet the needs of your organization.

Substance Use & Treatment Topics
(view treatment and prevention for other course options)

ABuprenorphine: New Treatment Option for Opioid Addiction

Buprenorphine is the next step in medication assisted treatment for opioid dependent persons. This training is designed for the administrators, substance abuse professionals, mental health, group home service providers, probation officers and drug court officials to increase their knowledge of buprenorphine. (3 CEU)

"The Pharmacology of Buprenorphine: A New Treatment Option for Opioid Addiction"

ACultural Diversity in Substance Abuse Treatment

Beliefs and attitudes affect decision making. This training is designed for all service providers that need to gain knowledge and insight into how their individual beliefs affect service delivery, ethics and professionalism

A Methadone: Dispelling the Myths to Understanding the Methodology

Methadone has been used a treatment methodology for opioid addiction.. This training is designed for the administrators, substance abuse professionals, mental health, group home service providers, probation officers and drug court officials to increase their knowledge of methadone. (3 CEU)

"The Pharmacology of Methadone: Dispelling the Myths to Understand the Methodology”


AIts= more than Treatment; It=s Recovery Planning
Recovery includes more than just addressing the substance problem. The purpose of this training is to assist substance abuse and addiction specialist in developing comprehensive person centered plans.

AEthics & Professionalism Ifor Addiction Professionals
The two part series designed to allow addiction professionals to understand, identify and apply the certified addiction counselor code of ethics in treatment of persons addicted to alcohol and other drugs

ADrug Addiction and Tolerance
The human brain is affected by drug use. This training is designed for substance abuse providers, counselors, managers, social workers, probation officers and nurses who need to increase their knowledge, clinical skills of how opiate dependence affects the brain, diagnosis and treatment strategies. (3 CEU)


“Drug Addiction and Tolerance; The Effects of Addiction on the Brain” “Drug Addiction and Tolerance; The Effects of Addiction on the Brain”


Theoretical Approach to Addiction

This training is for individuals that do not have experience working with adult substance abusers but need to increase their knowledge of diagnosis, treatment and recovery planning.

A Living in the age of Medication Assisted Treatment Medication is used to control and treat medical, mental health and substance use diagnosis. This training in designed for the experienced substance service provider that needs to obtain knowledge of the medical model of care. Participants will gain knowledge of how to incorporate the medical model of care transition from the abstinence to the medical model of care

"Living in Age of Medication Assisted Treatment; Methods used to Address Co-Occurring Disorders”

“"Living in Age of Medication Assisted Treatment; Methods used to Address Co-Occurring Disorders”

“"Living in Age of Medication Assisted Treatment; Methods used to Address Co-Occurring Disorders”

“Living in Age of Medication Assisted Treatment; Methods used to Address Co-Occurring Disorders"

“Introduction to Co-Occurring Disorders not the Exception but the Expectation”

Prevention

A Why are we here? Prevention Theory and Beyond

Prevention education is a growing that can be found in the classroom, community and faith based organizations. This training is designed to educate prevention professionals on the theories of prevention and how it can be applied in the present and to advance the field of prevention. By the end of the course participants will be able to: Explain the different theories of prevention and understand how to apply theory in new or existing prevention programs.

A Lifespan development; Aligning Prevention with Cognitive Development”

In order to effectively administer prevention education services. Prevention providers need to understand the physiological, emotional and cognitive changes occur at various stages development. This is designed to educate prevention professionals about the various stages within youth development. By the end of the course participants will be able to: Describe the various stages of youth development and identify age appropriate prevention strategies.



“Generation Y – The Youth Culture”

Effective communication is essential to advance in our society. In order to effectively administer prevention education services. Prevention providers need to understand the physiological, emotional and cognitive changes occur at various stages development. This is designed to educate prevention professionals about the various stages within youth development. By the end of the course participants will be able to: Describe the various stages of youth development. Identify age appropriate prevention strategies.

A ATOD Prevention; Effects of Drugs on the developing Brain @

The human brain is affected by drug use. This training is to increase their knowledge of the affects of ATOD on the developing brain. By the end of the course participants will be able to: Explain the physical causes of addiction; identify the effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs on the brain and describe the treatment strategies recommended for alcohol and other drugs.

A More than Competence it’s our Responsibility;

Cultural Diversity in Prevention Programs”

Beliefs and attitudes affect decision making. This training is designed for all service providers that need to gain knowledge and insight into various cultures and how it affects service delivery.

By the end of the course participants will be able to: Function effectively in multicultural environments, identify learned prejudices and fears about differences and how these impact organizational culture and personal and professional relationships, increase the level of cultural competence, cross-cultural conflict resolution and creative problem solving.

A Pathways to Prevention: Strengthening Youth Prevention

Research has shown the school and community based drug prevention programs have found that young people re less like to make destructive decisions about substance use when they are equipped with credible and accurate drug information and practical communication and refusal skills and when they have positive role models in their lives. This workshop is designed to assist prevention leaders in strengthening young people’s prevention skills.

A Special Populations & Children with Co-Occurring Disorders

Prevention providers must be prepared to work with all cultures within their community. The hearing impaired, physically disabled and youth with co-occurring disorders are often overlooked. This workshop will focus on how to create a culture appropriate environment to meet the needs of all youth.. By the end of the workshop participants will increase their knowledge of the challenges that affect these special populations. Participants will be able to develop plans and curriculums work with special populations within their community.

Expanding Prevention: Through Assessment, Collaborations & Evaluation”

Prevention providers need to assess, collaborate and evaluate their program effectiveness in order to ensure funding in the future. During this workshop participants will learn how to assess community needs and develop community collaborations with schools and faith based organizations. By the end of this workshop participants will be able use their program outcomes to learn how to raise funds and identify additional financial resources to support their prevention programs.

Future Trends in Preventing Adolescence Substance Use

Parents, clergy, family and friends celebrate the transition from high school to higher education. However, preparation is not made how to deal with the additional pressure to engage in alcohol and drug related activities the face students on campus and the work place. By the end of the workshop participants will learn the epidemiology of alcohol and other drugs, how college and universities are address binge drinking and how can they incorporate prevention activities to avoid binge drinking in their programs.

Prevention Ethics & Professionalism I for Prevention Professionals”

This is workshop is designed to allow prevention professionals to understand, identify and apply the certified prevention specialist & consultant code of ethics in the delivery of prevention services. By the end the course participants will be able to describe the Relationship of values and ethics, describe the relationship of personal values and behavior and understand the twelve ethical principles of the certified prevention specialist/consultant code of ethics and how they affect the delivery of services to adolescents and members of the community.

Laying The FoundationTraining Institute
13627 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit, Michigan
48205


Sign up for 2 courses and the 3rd is free
Offer ends May 31, 2014
Discount ID: 2014_A




 The Pharmacology and Treatment of Opiate Dependence
 

 

Recovery Management: Wellness Approach I

Function of ATOD Counseling Orientation & Assessment 

Recovery Management II Mental Wellness

Functions of ATOD Counseling: Treatment Plan

The Pharmacology and Treatment of Nicotine Dependence

Recovery Management III Emotional Wellness

The Pharmacology and Treatment of Cocaine Dependence

Recovery Management IV Medical Wellness

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