Complex Trauma and Addiction: Impact and Resolution

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday, August 26, 2016 at 08:00 AM until 05:00 PM
Location And Delivery Method
Delivery Method
Face-To-Face
Location Name
Providence Cancer Center Room U120
Address
3851 Piper St.
City
Anchorage
State / Province
AK
Zip / Postal Code
99508
Country
United States
Cost Range
$85.00

Host And Instructor

Host
UAA Center for Behavioral Health Research and Services
Instructor
Various

Credits

C.E. Credit for BH/SW - American Psychological Association (APA): 7.00
UAA Center for Behavioral Health Research & Services (CBHRS) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CBHRS maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The activity has been approved for 7 APA credits.
C.E. Credit for BH/SW - National Association of Social Workers (NASW): 8.00
This program has been approved by the National Association of Social Workers-Alaska Chapter for 8.0 social work clock hours in Substance Abuse per approval certificate #OA082616-017AK.”
C.E. Credit for Physician - American Medical Association (AMA): 8.25
Providence Health System is accredited by the Washington State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Providence Health System designates this live activity for a maximum of 8.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Training Overview Description

The memory of trauma is often suppressed through excessive use of drugs or alcohol. However, this pain-filled inner world will eventually reveal itself when life becomes unmanageable.
A group of nationally acclaimed clinicians will track trauma developing from the womb beginning with neonatal abstinence. The Office of Children’s Services will describe their parameters guiding family intervention when parents are addicted.
The changes seen on fMRI in the adult brains of those who have experienced childhood trauma is then presented.
Essential insights and foundational truths about wounds, healing, and healers as depicted in stories from classical antiquity, Jewish and Christian holy days, and Native American ceremonies are introduced.
Finally, the trauma of professional training with its practice of self-neglect as a recipe for addiction is explored.


After completion of the symposium, participants will:
1. Be familiar with Neonatal Withdrawal.
2. Describe the interventions of Office of Children Services (OCS0) in drug dependent mothers.
3. Identify the risk of professionals for developing substance dependence.
4. Discuss the long-term brain changes as seen on fMRI, persisting years after childhood trauma.
5. Describe brain changes that occur in the setting of substance dependence.
6. Discuss trauma healing from a philosophical perspective.
7. Conceptualize impact of complex trauma on historically traumatized groups including indigenous populations.
8. Become familiar with empirical interventions that address the phenomenon of PTSD informed by a rich literature base from the military experience.

Adolescent Health
Alcohol & Substance Abuse
Behavioral Health
Cultural Competence
Developmental Disabilities
Ethics and Confidentiality
Occupational Safety & Health
Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
Trauma
Traumatic Brain Injury
Workforce Development
Community Health Aide (CHA)
Community Health Practitioner (CHP)
Dietitian/Nutritionist
Emergency Medical Technician EMT/ETT
Medical Assistant
Optometrist
Paramedic
Pharmacist
Pharmacy Technician
Phlebotomist
Massage Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist
Physical Therapy Assistant
Respiratory Therapist
Speech Therapist
Speech Therapy Assistant
Behavioral Health Aide
Chemical Dependency Counselor
Family & Marriage Therapist
Licensed Professional Counselor
Psychologist
Social Worker
Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseler
Village Counselor
Case Manager/Care Coordinator
Home Health Aide/Personal Care Attendant
Individual Support Worker
Patient Advocate
Recreational/Activity Therapist
Respite Worker
Vocational Specialist
Midwife
NP - Family Practice
NP - Pediatric
NP - Psychiatric
NP - Women's Health
Other Mid-Level Providers
Other Nurse Practitioner
Physician Assistant
CNA/NA (Certified Nursing Assistant/Nursing Assistant)
Licensed Practical Nurse
Nurse Administrator
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse Educator
Public Health Nurse
Registered Nurse
Registered Nurse - CNS
Cardiologist
Chiropractor
Dermatologist
Epidemiologist
Family Medicine Physician
General Surgeon
Geriatrician
Internist
Neurologist
Obstetrics and Gynecologist
Ophthalmologist
Other Physician
Othopedic Surgeon
Otolaryngologist
Pediatrician
Podiatrist
Psychiatrist
Radiologist
Urologist
Veterinarian

Registration Information

Register online at http://complex-trauma-and-addiction.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact events@theelements.com or call 866-825-1104.

Participants seeking CE credits should check with their respective State Boards to confirm acceptance of these credits.