Courses

  • 4 Lessons

    Principles of Couples Therapy for Substance Use Disorders

    COURSE LENGTH: 3 hours In this clinical training, principles of Couples Therapy are derived from the Foundations of Systemic Family Therapy for Substance Use Problems (TIP 39 Curriculum) and are emblematic of a trans developmental approach. The techniques demonstrated emerge from evidence-based couples therapy for SUD (Behavioral Couples Therapy) and the techniques embedded in other evidence based family therapy protocols for SUD. This training fulfills 3 clock hour credit toward NY CASAC and NY Social Work Continuing Education.
  • 1 Lesson

    Treatment Planning for Clinicians

    COURSE LENGTH: 1.5 hours In this clinical training, Part 822 Outpatient Counselors will learn how to effectively integrate treatment planning as part of their counseling sessions, as well as strategies for documenting treatment planning in the patient’s case record. NYS OASAS is hopeful that this training module will help clinical staff provide effective person-centered treatment planning as part of their routine counseling sessions with their patients, as well as comply with the Part 822 regulatory requirements. This training fulfills 1.5 clock hour credit toward CPP/CPS initial, CASAC/CPP/CPS renewals and NYS Education Dept. Social Work Continuing Education.
  • 2 Lessons

    TPA8

    COURSE LENGTH: 0.5 hours This 2-part webinar series done in partnership with the NYU Langone, New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) and the Partnership to End Addiction addresses the use of the treatment progress assessment patient monitoring tool.
  • 1 Lesson

    Opioid Treatment Program Take Home

    COURSE LENGTH: 0.5 hours

    This course provides examples of how clinicians can manage methadone take-home programs during covid-19.
  • 3 Lessons

    Treatment Planning Webinar

    COURSE LENGTH: 1 hour

    This webinar will introduce you to the revised and renewed approach to treatment planning that will directly impact OASAS 822 providers but will have implications for all providers interfacing with the 822 level of care.
  • 3 Lessons

    Treatment of Adolescents w/SUD & MAT

    COURSE LENGTH: 3 hours This 3-part webinar series done in partnership with the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) and the Partnership to End Addiction addresses the use of medications to treat addiction, including opioid use disorder, for adolescents and young adults.
  • 1 Lesson

    Early Treatment Using Person-Centered Care

    COURSE LENGTH: 1 hour This training is the second of a series of clinical trainings that focuses on specific clinical practices utilizing a person-centered care approach. This Training in a Box (TiB) can be used during group or individual supervision or viewed on an individual basis. During this TiB, the learner will follow the initial treatment engagement sessions between Andre and his counselor, Rebecca, as well a clinical supervision and peer engagement session. The goal of these vignettes is to demonstrate appropriate person-centered care practices focusing initial engagement with Andre, highlighting his strengths and preferences that will allow him to set goals that are most important to him.
  • 1 Lesson

    Shared-Decision Making

    COURSE LENGTH: 1 hour This course provides and overview of shared decision making and offers specific examples of how to integrate shared decision making into clinical practice settings.
  • 1 Lesson

    Person Centered Care

    COURSE LENGTH: 1 hour This training is designed to prepare clinicians to employ person centered care principles in their day-to-day practice.
  • 1 Lesson

    Medication Assisted Treatment

    COURSE LENGTH: 1 hour This course disseminates information for the coaching for addiction recovery enhancement grantees regarding the use of medications in SUD care.
  • 1 Lesson

    Level of Care for Alcohol & Drug Treatment Referral

    COURSE LENGTH: 1 hour This courses facilitates the use of the LOCADTR and helps clinicians to distinguish between the LOCADTR and the LOCADTR Continuing Review Module.