FREE “lunch & learn” – Wednesday Sept. 20, 12-1 EST.
The effect of the Opiate Epidemic on Ohio Families Part 1 of 2:
These webinars will give participants a sound research and theoretical basis on which to scaffold skills to develop interventions for the families they serve and for themselves (approved with NCFR for 1.0 contact hours/0.1 CEU)
1. Understand the scope and scale of the opiate epidemic in Ohio.
2. Apply aspects of self-care in the context of their own experience of compassion fatigue when working with families affected by opiate abuse.
3. Identify the stages of change in the Transtheoretical Model of Change and learn to recognize these stages in their families
4. Differentiate between varying intensities of intervention and current treatment and recovery support practices in order to assist families in recovery
The training is approved for CEUs by NCFR for CFLEs. If CEUs are required for a different organization participants can work with their own governing bodies to get CEUs for the training.
Any questions can be directed to OHCFR President, Carmen Irving, MA, CFLE, CYC-P at 937.642.1212 or [email protected]