Professional Development Training

Professional Development

Anuvia is a NAADAC Approved Education Provider. Trainings and workshops are open to all professionals and the general public. We are currently offering our series virtually and free of charge. CEUs are provided to training participants. If you have any questions or would like to be added to our mailing list, please use the contact box below.

Spring 2024 Professional Development Series

Virtual, Free, 3 NAADAC Approved CEU Credits

To register, click the link directly below the course description.

“The Connection between ADHD and Addiction/Mental Health.” May 7th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Chris Love, Health Quest Innovative Therapeutics

During this course we will be understanding ADHD and addiction in young adults as well as defining the connection of ADHD and addiction. We will also learn how to provide education and prevention to clients and families.

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Tobacco, Opioid and Vaping.” May 9th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Nnenne Asi, NC Division of Public Health

This training will introduce participants to the effects of opioids and tobacco (including vaping) on health, as well as the benefits for people with opioid use disorder of becoming tobacco-free. It will establish the standard of care for treating tobacco use & vaping and educate on NC community resources for prevention & treatment.

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HIV Updates and Intersectionality.” May 14th @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Chelsea Gulden; RAIN

The workshop will review HIV basics and provide updates on clinical care, laws, and other relevant topics to ensure competent services increasing alliance between therapist and client. There are several interactive activities throughout the workshop including self-examination of stigma and unconscious bias as it relates to HIV, a brief overview of special populations with high rates of HIV diagnosis, and a review of potential ethical dilemmas in clinical settings. The National plan to end HIV will be reviewed as well as the intersection of substance use and HIV, mental health and HIV, and intimate personal violence and HIV. By the end of the workshop participates will be able to understand the unique circumstances of clients living with HIV, and appropriately utilize psychoeducation for all clients.

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Dynamics of Dysfunction Family on Treatment.” May 16th @ 2:00 pm- 5:00 pm EST. Presenter: Mary Jane McGill, Carolina Center for Recovery

This training will focus on dysfunctional family dynamics, rules, and roles.  The participant will become more aware of how the rules of dysfunctional family’s impact treatment, increase understanding of how the roles in the families can affect clients ability to participate in treatment, and to learn skills and strategies to assist ACOA clients. The training will be didactic and experiential.

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“Surviving the Intersections: Where Morals, Values, and Ethics Collide.” May 23rd @ 2:00 pm-5:00 pm EST.  Presenter: James Campbell (ORN)

The words morals, values, and ethics are often used interchangeably in our culture, but these words are not synonymous. In fact, they are at times in conflict with one another. This session will distinguish between the three and take an honest look at some of the challenges we face as we seek to be ethical in our practice as clinical professionals. These differences and tensions will also be explored through applying them to case studies among participants.

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