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Prescription Drugs and Pain Management in Recovery-Click Here

DUI Approved-NEW COURSE
6 CEUs

Code: L101
Prescription Drugs and Pain Management in Recovery: "Pain is Mandatory, Suffering is Optional."  The goal of this course is to learn the difference between tolerance, physical dependence and addiction; to learn how to prevent abuse of prescription drugs used for pain relief; and to learn about options available to those patients in recovery from substance abuse.
January 2012 



USD $100.00

Workplace Violence: Developing the Response Plan (2014)-Click Here

DUI Approved-NEW COURSE (2014)
6 CEUs

Code: L201
Workplace Violence: Developing the Response Plan. The goal of this course is to learn the breadth and scope of workplace violence issues that could be relevant to the DUI professional as they service the target community, learn the workplace violence preventative application processes available and to learn which of those processes are best applied in their particular situation.
November 2014



USD $100.00

Domestic Violence In Depth and the DUI Offender: What it is and How to Intervene-Click Here

DUI Approved – 2016 Course – 3 CEUs
Code: M603
As DUI Evaluators, you might wonder why you would need to know anything about domestic violence. As you will learn, there is a strong link between substance and domestic violence, but more importantly, the effect on those living with the violence.  We recognize that as evaluators, you only have a limited amount of time to conduct an assessment. We also recognize that the assessment tool that is utilized does not allow for the gathering of much information related to domestic violence. However, a fair percentage of your clientele is either a perpetrator or victim, and they might disclose information that could be useful to conducting a thorough assessment and an informed recommendation.

On a more personal note, most of us know someone who is a victim or a perpetrator. Knowing how to help and be supportive is essential. Additionally, many women have no idea that they are in a battering relationship because they are not physically abused. Knowledge of the other types of abuse may enable you to assist in identifying a battering relationship and ending the abuse.



USD $50.00

Understanding the Impact of Trauma: Becoming a Better DUI Evaluator and a More Informed Instructor
DUI Approved – 2016 Course – 3 CEUs
Code: A103

As a DUI Evaluators and DUI School personnel, you encounter individuals every single day that are struggling to overcome trauma of some type or another. For many, alcohol and drugs are the method of coping. And while it is easy to be judgmental, understanding the trauma endured by these individuals, and the ultimate effect on their lives can make us much more understanding, much less judgmental, and much more equipped to render the help they need…and deserve.

Often, individuals who abuse substances are unaware that they are using as a coping mechanism for unresolved trauma. They may have little or no recollection of the trauma, or may not even recognize that it was that traumatic. Those who enter treatment may end up getting stuck in a cycle of chronic relapse, or may stop using drugs or alcohol but begin to self-soothe with an eating disorder, sex addiction or self-harm since the underlying trauma was never addressed. It is up to everyone involved in the treatment referral and the subsequent intervention to recognize the prevalence of trauma among substance abusers.



USD $50.00

Assessing Motivation and Understanding Motivational Theories-Click Here

DUI Approved – 2016 Course – 6 CEUs

Code: A104
Motivation is the internal state or condition that serves to activate or energize behavior. Motivation is what drives an individual to achieve a goal. Motivation theorists believe that motivation plays an important role in the performance of all learned responses. There are different sources of motivation described as intrinsic and extrinsic. We will explore different theories of motivation in this course.  The goal of this course is to educate the reader on the different, but similar definitions of motivation. This course will cover why motivation is so important from a psychological perspective, the different sources of motivation, the stages of change, Social Cognitive Theories of Motivation, and the different types of motivation. Brain design and motivation, the influence of environment on motivation, and how ADHD affects motivation will also be discussed in this course.



USD $100.00

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