16 clock hour Continuing Education Credits are provided as a recorded session if you pass the post-test following the course written content. The certificate of completion will be emailed to you within 10 minutes after passing the post-test.
This course includes with reading through the TIP 33 published from SAMSHA which can be found here
Counseling Theory/Practice and the Counseling Relationship
Human Growth and Development
Social and Cultural Foundations
Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 33 is a guide developed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for the treatment of individuals with stimulant use disorders. This comprehensive guide provides clinicians, counselors, and other healthcare professionals with evidence-based practices for the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of stimulant use disorders.
The TIP 33 guide gives an overview of stimulant use disorders and their prevalence in the United States. It then covers the principles of effective treatment, including a biopsychosocial approach, the importance of individualized treatment plans, and the use of evidence-based practices.
The guide then provides specific guidance on screening, assessment, and diagnosis of stimulant use disorders. It emphasizes the importance of a thorough assessment of the patient's history, mental health, and physical health, as well as the need to consider the individual's social and cultural context.
The TIP 33 guide also provides a detailed overview of the various treatment approaches for stimulant use disorders, including behavioral therapies, pharmacotherapy, and complementary and alternative therapies. It includes guidance on how to select the appropriate treatment modality based on the individual's needs and preferences.
Additionally, the TIP 33 guide emphasizes the importance of ongoing support and aftercare for individuals in recovery from stimulant use disorders. It provides guidance on relapse prevention, family involvement, and the use of peer support groups.
Overall, the TIP 33 guide is a valuable resource for healthcare professionals who work with individuals with stimulant use disorders. It provides evidence-based practices and practical guidance for the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of these challenging conditions, with the goal of helping individuals achieve and maintain long-term recovery.
Workshop attendees can expect to:
1) Understand the prevalence and impact of stimulant use disorders in the United States.
2) Identify the different types of stimulant drugs and their effects on the brain and body.
3) Learn the principles of effective treatment for stimulant use disorders, including a
biopsychosocial approach and the use of evidence-based practices.
4) Understand the importance of individualized treatment plans and how to create them.
5) Learn how to screen, assess, and diagnose individuals with stimulant use disorders.
6) Understand the importance of considering an individual's social and cultural context in
the assessment and treatment process.
7) Learn about the different behavioral therapies that can be used to treat stimulant use
disorders, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and contingency management.
8) Understand the use of pharmacotherapy for stimulant use disorders, including
medications such as bupropion and naltrexone.
9) Learn about the potential benefits and risks of complementary and alternative therapies
for stimulant use disorders.
10) Understand the importance of ongoing support and aftercare for individuals in recovery
from stimulant use disorders.
11) Learn how to create a relapse prevention plan and identify potential triggers for relapse.
12) Understand the importance of involving family members and significant others in the
13) Learn about the role of peer support groups in recovery from stimulant use disorders,
such as 12-step programs and SMART Recovery.
14) Understand the potential barriers to treatment for stimulant use disorders, such as
stigma and lack of access to care.
15) Learn how to address co-occurring mental health conditions in individuals with stimulant
16) Understand the importance of cultural competence in the treatment of stimulant use
disorders and how to provide culturally responsive care.
Other Course Information:
Partial credit/partial attendance is not allowed for this course.
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