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FIT The Complete Program This interactive online training program provides professionals with a practical, real-world approach to the presentation of the principles, skills, and practices of integrated co-occurring disorders treatment. Appropriate for practitioners, supervisors, program leaders, and clinical administrators.
FIT The Complete Program
Complete 35-Module Online Training Program
Online Distance Learning for Integrated Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders, 52.5 CE Hours
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This interactive online training program provides professionals with a practical, real-world approach to the presentation of the principles, skills, and practices of integrated co-occurring disorders treatment. Appropriate for practitioners, supervisors, program leaders, and clinical administrators.
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FIT, an interactive online training program, provides professionals with a practical, real-world approach to the presentation of the principles, skills, and practices of integrated co-occurring disorders treatment. With FIT, you will find expert-clinician panel discussions, clinical vignettes, skill demonstrations, interactive course elements, and video of real clients sharing their recovery stories. Appropriate for practitioners, supervisors, program leaders, and clinical administrators, the full 35-module program includes
  1. Introduction (overview plus information on how to navigate the online training modules)
  2. Implementing Co-occurring Disorders (COD) Treatment
  3. Screening for Substance Use
  4. Screening for Psychiatric Disorders
  5. Assessment of Substance Use Disorders
  6. Assessment of Psychiatric Disorders
  7. Differentiating Substance Use and Psychiatric Symptoms
  8. Motivational Interviewing I
  9. Motivational Interviewing II
  10. Motivational Interviewing III
  11. Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction
  12. Stagewise Treatment
  13. Early Stages of Change
  14. Later Stages of Change
  15. Stagewise Treatment Groups
  16. Persuasion Groups
  17. Active Treatment and Relapse Prevention Groups
  18. Recovery Support Services in the Community
  19. CBT for Coping Skills and Problem-Solving
  20. CBT for Treating Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma-Related Problems
  21. Social Skills Training
  22. Individual Interventions
  23. Working with Families and Other Close Supporters
  24. Philosophy and Perspectives of Recovery
  25. Disease Model and Individual Responsibility
  26. Achieving Recovery in the Real World
  27. Understanding the Use of Medications for Clients with COD
  28. Generating the Collaborative Treatment Plan
  29. Integrating Medical, Psychiatric, and Addiction Treatment Services
  30. Clinical Supervision I
  31. Clinical Supervision II
  32. Clinical Leadership
  33. Program-Level Measures of COD Capacity
  34. Fidelity Assessment in IDDT
  35. Tracking Outcomes and Process Improvements
Includes all 35 modules with 52.5 continuing education (CE) hours earned upon successful course completion. CE hours can be applied toward a variety of IC&RC certifications, including CCDP and CCDPD.

*The FIT program is nonrefundable.*

Upon purchase of FIT: members of Columbia's technical staff will set up a custom account according to your course selections.

Log-in information will typically be emailed to you in five to seven business days from the date of purchase. With your log-in information, you will receive step-by-step instructions for beginning your interactive coursework.

Help desk support:
Columbia's team is available from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. central) for technical support. Email cpihelp@nyspi.columbia.edu or call (212) 543-5941 to speak with an expert on the FIT program. The help desk is closed on holidays.

Learn more about FIT and view the full selection of courses.

 

Item: DL143
Publisher: Hazelden
Published Year: 2011
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