Introduction to Criminal and Addictive Thinking
Trauma Informed Correctional Care for Substance Abuse Treatment
March 28, 2017
Registration 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Program 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Alvis Administrative Building
2100 Stella Court
Columbus, OH 43215
THOMAS DILLINGHAM, MS, CDCA, Training Specialist, Talbert House
CRIMINOGENIC THINKING: INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL AND ADDICTIVE THINKING
(9 a.m.—12:15 p.m.)
The morning training session will focus on the history and identification of criminal thinking and addictive thinking patterns and develop useful tools for professionals who work with the criminal justice population with a special emphasis on those with substance use disorders Participants will be able to identify the concepts of criminal and addictive thinking in the criminal justice population. They will learn more about the similarities in thinking errors for criminal offenders and substance abusers and will learn how to identify and address thinking barriers.
TRAUMA INFORMED CORRECTIONAL CARE FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
(1 p.m.- 4:15 p.m.)
The afternoon session will focus on the role that trauma informed-care plays in evidence-based treatment for individuals with substance use disorders. Students will learn about the impact of trauma and the interventions associated with clients with addiction and co-occurring PTSD in a residential substance use disorder treatment setting. While the emphasis in the afternoon session will be on the residential setting, the skill building and role play exercises can be used more broadly to work with individuals in various community settings who have experienced trauma.
These sessions are appropriate for community corrections, criminal justice and behavioral health professionals who are interested in cognitive therapy and intervention with the community corrections and criminal-justice involved populations.
6 COBs, 6 RCHs, 6 CEUs
TO REGISTER FOR THIS TRAINING CLICK ON THE REGISTRATION LINK ABOVE
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