Women and Addiction A Gender Responsive Approach Curriculum with DVD
The Clinical Innovators Series
Manual, 104 pp., DVD, 75 min.; CE test (10 CE hrs)
Author: Stephanie S. Covington, Ph.D.
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Finding the time and funds to attend conferences or to earn continuing education contact hours isn't always possible. The Hazelden Clinical Innovators Series makes it easier for you.
Women's treatment involves more than simply providing women-only group settings. Program content, staff selection, and even site selection are all components of an environment in which gender-responsive treatment thrives. In this program, Stephanie S. Covington presents how to create effective recovery services for women and girls--services that reflect an understanding of the realities of their lives and address their unique challenges and strengths. Dr. Covington's comprehensive, integrated approach is based on years of theory, research, and clinical experience.
About the Author
Stephanie S. Covington is recognized for her pioneering work in women's issues for treatment and criminal justice settings. She has conducted seminars worldwide on addiction, sexuality, families, and relationships. She is an advocate for women's programs that are gender-responsive. Practical and sensitive in nature, Dr. Covington's seminars equip professionals to better work with personal, institutional, and societal changes.
Women and Addiction
includes a video workshop on DVD, a clinician's manual written by Stephanie Covington, and a test that allows you to earn continuing education contact hours.
Treating women successfully depends on understanding gender-responsive treatment needs. This is why NAADAC and CAADAC have approved the post-test for Stephanie S. Covington's Women and Addiction: A Gender-Responsive Approach for 10 CE hours.
*Hazelden is an approved continuing education provider by NAADAC (program #97069), CAADAC (program #OS-04-651-1012), and IAODAPCA (program #8737).
"The keys to developing effective treatment for women are acknowledging and understanding their life experiences and the impact of living as a woman in a male-based society. In other words, gender awareness must be part of the clinical perspective." --Stephanie S. Covington
Other topics in this series include:
Treating Co-occurring Disorders by Robert E. Drake, Ph.D.
Brief Intervention by Ken Winters Ph.D.
Methamphetamine: New Knowledge, New Treatments by Richard A. Rawson, Ph.D.
Stages of Change and Addiction by Carlo DiClemente, Ph.D.
Older Adults and Addiction by Frederic Blow, Ph.D, and David Oslin, M.D. Applying ASAM Criteria by David Mee-Lee, M.D. and Kathyleen Tomlin.
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