Haymarket Center

CADC Class Listings

Illinois SUPR 2060 Rules Rules This presentation will provide an overview of Illinois SUPR 2060 Rules relevant to state treatment providers.
Adolescent Prevention/Treatment Intervention Examines the prevalence of substance use and abuse in the schools; the etiology of such use/abuse; the pharmacology of abusable drugs as it relates to the physiological, psychological, and social development of youth; and methods of preventing, intervening, and/or treating substance use/abuse among youth and adolescents.
Substance Use and the Adolescent This seminar introduces the participant to how substance use impacts the adolescent immediate and over the long term such as increased mortality, risky sexual practices, also how substance use may hinder their emotional and intellectual growth.
Addiction as a Disease This seminar will examine the history of alcoholism along with exploring the disease concept of addiction, its root causes, assessment, and the various treatment modalities.
Counseling This session is designed to acquaint the participant with research based counseling techniques that has been proven effective. The participant will be introduced to counseling approaches such as Motivational models, Twelve Step Facilitation, Biopsychosocial maintenance model and the Disease/Medical model among others.
ASAM Criteria Staff working with AODA clients should understand the American Society of Addictions Medicine criteria. It was developed as a basis for treatment protocols for people addicted to drugs or alcohol. ASAM is used by SUPR and insurance companies to determine the appropriate type and level of treatment.
Assessment and Screening Provides an overview of screening, assessment, referral, for individuals with addiction-related problems. Examines assessment processes in conjunction with specific techniques and methods used with substance abusers.
Pharmacology This session will review the functions of the brain and neurotransmitter system while exploring the basic principles of pharmacology. For each classification of psychoactive drugs, participants examine the historical patterns of use, and the various effects resulting from drug use.
Group Facilitation Focuses on group approaches and techniques used in the treatment of substance abuse. Group process issues and dynamics will be reviewed. Group interventions will be demonstrated and practiced.
Biopsychosocial/ Medical Model of Addiction Provides an understanding of the biological, psychological, and social contexts of psychoactive drug use/abuse and of the models which have evolved to explain the phenomenon of addiction.
Case Management: Working with Collaterals This training will examine the relationships case managers build with other service providers in the interest of assuring continuity of care to clients.
Confidentiality and the AODA Client This session addresses federal and state regulations which govern the treatment of substance abusing clients.
Patient/Client Rights and Professional Responsibilities This session provides a review of ethical guidelines, also a discussion of Burn out loss of empathy and over-involvement and other challenges for the AODA professional.
Crisis Intervention This session provides participants with guidelines for identifying a client crisis and what the protocols are for different types of crisis.
Detoxification This training describes this level of care in the Illinois SUPR system, assessing client’s need for either medical or social detoxification and what the treatment consists of.
Screening/Intake/Orientation This seminar will equip the participant to understand the flow process of client’s admission for treatment.
Understanding MISA and Co-occurring Disorders This training provides a basic overview of mental illness, including the major — diagnostic categories of psychiatric disorders and issues related to co-occurring substance use.
Motivational Interviewing Motivational Interviewing is a style of helping interaction that teaches participants how to assess and enhance the readiness of specific individuals for change and to meet people where they are. The principles behind this unique way of working with others are highlighted and experiential exercises are provided to facilitate comfort with techniques.
Relapse Prevention This session focuses on issues surrounding long-term recovery and will promote strategies for success. The warning signs and triggers for relapse will be reviewed as well as steps and techniques for possible intervention.
Stages of Change The recovery process for substance abusers is examined, tracing the stages of the change process from the isolation of pre-contemplation through action to maintenance and relapse prevention.
Theories of Counseling These sessions will include the counseling process, comparison of various theoretical approaches, and their application to addiction treatment will be presented. Psychodynamic, Adlerian, Existential, Client-Centered, Reality Therapy, Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Focus is on the key concepts of each therapy, the therapeutic process, the practical applications and techniques of each theory.
Childhood Trauma and Recovery Issues Many clients have suffered from emotional, physical and/or sexual abuse as children. Trauma from the past becomes an issue in recovery through the client’s ability to directly and appropriately express emotions and form healthy, intimate relationships. This training explores how trauma issues can be elucidated and worked through in individual counseling and provides workers with strategies for facilitating this process.
DSM IV TR This training helps participants understand the distinction between substance use, abuse and addiction as defined by the DSM 5. Each category suggests different symptoms and different treatment approaches
Working with Families This session provides an overview of the interactions between substance abuse and family dynamics. Students learn about the impact that drinking and drug use can have on family life.
Working with L/G/B/T Clients This session explores issues specific to individuals who are gay, lesbian or bisexual. Culturally sensitive treatment and appreciation of the client’s larger social environment are part of this class.
Cultural Diversity and Addictions Addresses issues of cultural diversity as it relate to addictions treatment. Focus is placed on the clinical strategies that are most effective for cultural diverse clients.

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