In 2003 The New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association established the NH Training Institute on Addictive Disorders (NHTIAD) to further training and professional development for addiction professionals. We are committed to the growth of the professional counseling workforce by providing professional development training's, online-eLearning, workshops and conferences.   Located at 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH, NHADACA offers an average of 35-40 training's each year for substance use and other mental health professions working is treatment, prevention and recovery services.
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Certified Recovery Support Worker Seminar Series
This training series is funded through the NH DHHS Office of Minority Health and Refugee Affairs in collaboration with the NH Training Institute on Addictive Disorders.

HIV TRENDS & TREATMENT

with Peter DalPra, LADC, LCS
A 6 hour training event on July 11, 2014
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. (REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00 A.M.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


This workshop is designed for the substance abuse professional needing CEUs to fulfill LADC and CPS requirements.  This training meets the 6 hour HIV/AIDS training requirement for both the LADC and CPS credentials.  The goals of this workshop are to increase knowledge about HIV progression and treatment, increase understanding about NH HIV/AIDS EPI profile, and increase awareness of the correlation between HIV/STD/HEP (A, B&C) and TB.   The workshop will also address the utilization of Motivational Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in working with clients at high risk for HIV infection and secondary transmission.  Particular attention will be paid to the link between increased infection rate and the current rise of methamphetamine use.   Participants will: gain a basic knowledge about the HIV/AIDS epidemic and will be able to relay this information to their clients; learn strategies to work with their high risk clients utilizing harm reduction techniques; gain increased knowledge about the importance of integrating services of Substance Abuse, Mental Health, HIV/AIDS, housing providers and other community resources to better serve their clients.  


CEUs for this event:

NH Board of Psychologists Category B             LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)

CRSW, LADC, MLADC  Categories of Competence: 1, 4-6, 8, 10-13, & 15-18  
CPS Category: HIV       
 
       


PRESENTER:  Peter DalPra, LADC, LCS, is the Program Director at Phoenix House Franklin Center and an associate for LTG Counseling Associates as well as doing his own independent practice, DalPra Counseling Services.  He has worked as the Chemical Dependency and HIV/AIDS Case Manager for the former NH Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Recovery as well as for the Nashua Public Health Department as an HIV/AIDS Street Outreach Worker.  A nationally certified trainer in “Preventing HIV Disease Among Substance Abusers;”  he is a former Adjunct Faculty member at NH Technical Institute Human Services Department, in Concord, NH.  He is also a Past-President of NHADACA and a member of the NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals.


Fee:  NHADACA Members:  $35 Non-Members:  $45    NASW CEUs $5    Lunch is on your own.
This training is has scholarship funding available to HPOP grantees working toward the CRSW credential (Call Lutheran Social Services at 410-3347 for more information).  

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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE TRAINING INSTITUTE ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS & 
ADDICTION TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER OF NEW ENGLAND (ATTC-NE)

Present:

  MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING  ASSESSMENT:
SUPERVISORY TOOLS FOR ENHANCING PROFICIENCY


with Stephen R. Andrew, LCSW, LADC, CCS
 
A 12 HOUR TRAINING EVENT MONDAY JULY 21 AND TUESDAY JULY 22, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. both days (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
At NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENTATION:  MIA:STEP is a toolkit for those who supervise or mentor treatment providers in a clinical setting. MIA:STEP tools and resources are meant to be used by clinical supervisors or mentors to enhance supervisees’ existing MI skills and to help them use the MI Assessment protocol effectively and appropriately.  Feedback and coaching are most effective when based on firsthand observation of a counselor engaged in working with a client or group of clients.  However, clinical supervisors often lack access to samples of clinical practice they can use to demonstrate or explore exemplary practices such as MI in the course of providing feedback. The mentoring products included in the empirically supported MIA:STEP toolkit support observation-based supervision, enhance treatment providers' Motivational Interviewing (MI) skills and improve provider skills beyond the realm of MI. Using MI effectively will strengthen practitioners' ability to provide structured, focused, and effective treatment for patients and clients.   Part of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Blending Initiative, this course is designed to reduce the gap that exists between the publication of research results and impact on treatment delivery. 

CEUs for this event:

NH Board of Psychologists Category B;    LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1) 
CRSW, LADC, MLADC  Categories of Competence:  3, 6, 7, 11, 15-18  
 


ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Stephen R. Andrew, LCSW, LADC, CCS, Consultant/Trainer &Author maintains a compassion-focused private practice, where he facilitates a variety of groups. He also provides supervision/ coaching and support to addiction and health-care providers. He is the Chief Energizing Officer of Health Education & Training Institute and the creator of the SpiritWind CD/Tape Series for personal and professional growth.  Stephen has recently co-authored a book “Men’s Healing, Toolbox for LIFE” with Allan Lyme LCSW and David Powell Ph.D.  He is the “Visionary” of InnerEdge, an alternative mental health clinic that experiments with the idea that compassion is the central guiding principle of therapeutic care when working with people. Stephen is co-founder of the Men's Resource Center of Southern Maine.   He is a former Substance Abuse Coordinator for a public school system, former Executive Director of an adolescent substance abuse prevention and treatment agency.   He is a member of the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2003 and has completed over 100 hours of training in Motivational Interviewing. He is a MIA-STEP trainer for the Northeast ATTC.  


Fee:  NHADACA Members $35.00 Non-Members $45.00  Lunch will be on your own
NASW CEs add $5

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CERTIFIED RECOVERY SUPPORT WORKER SEMINAR SERIES
This training series is funded through the NH DHHS Office of Minority Health and Refugee Affairs in collaboration with the NH Training Institute on Addictive Disorders.

FAMILIES IN RECOVERY

with Corey Gately, SAP, MLADC

A 6 hour training event on August 8, 2014
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. (REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00 A.M.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATION:  Family members of addicts often spend years hoping that their loved one will stop using substances.  And when the addict ultimately does enter recovery, the family may initially feel relief, but they are often not prepared for the changes that need to occur in the entire family unit in order to maintain a healthy family structure.  Prior to recovery, families form many avenues for dealing with addiction and often they have difficulty changing those roles when the addict isn’t using.  This education will explore how those roles are developed when coping with addiction, how the family begins to change in early recovery, and what challenges families may face in regards to long term recovery.  The workshop will also explore many of the avenues that families can take to work on long term recovery for all of the family members.  By the end of this training participants will have gained an increased understanding of co-dependency and family roles that are developed during active addiction and why family members form these roles.  They will explore how the family changes in early recovery and how this affects each of the other family members; learn how to help families prepare for the roadblocks that can occur in early recovery and assist them in normalizing those roadblocks; and explore options for recovery treatment that will help sustain long term recovery.

 

CEUs for this event:

NH Board of Psychologists Category B;                  
CPS Category:
ATOD
CRSW, LADC, MLADC  Categories of Competence:  1, 5, 15;              
LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)


PRESENTER:  Corey Gately graduated from Keene State College with a dual Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology, as well as an Associate’s degree in Chemical Dependency. Corey also completed her Master’s in Community Psychology at Springfield College. She has been a Substance Abuse Professional conducting Department of Transportation Evaluations since 2008. She has over 20 years of experience working in the Human Services industry, including teaching various classes at the local Community College. Corey is actively involved in her community and is a member of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Parent Counsel, St. Baldrics Committee, Youth Soccer Coach, Youth Volleyball, Volunteer Steering Committee at the Elementary School and WOW Trail Volunteer. She was recently awarded the “40 under 40” Award in NH for her involvement in her community.



Fee:  NHADACA Members:  $35 Non-Members:  $45    NASW CEUs $5    Lunch is on your own.
This training is has scholarship funding available to HPOP grantees working toward the CRSW credential (Call Lutheran Social Services at 410-3347 for more information).  


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THE NH TRAINING INSTITUTE ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS 

Presents:

  ETHICS AND BOUNDARIES IN THE CLINICAL PROCESS

with  Mary-K O’Sullivan, LMFT, LADC, LPC

A 6 HOUR TRAINING EVENT ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2014 
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATION:  Examine the changing role of the practitioner in the addiction, mental health, and co-occurring disorders fields. The duties of the practitioner have expanded and evolved greatly to meet the needs of populations that are more impaired and require more intensive treatment services. Navigating these expanded roles and responsibilities while maintaining the highest level of ethics and ethical decision-making will be addressed. This course will examine overall best practice approaches utilizing scenarios, case studies, film vignettes, and large and small group interactions.  Hands on problem solving and the sharing of ideas, experiences, and strategies for providing care in an ever changing environment will be a major focus of the training.

CEUs for this event:

NH Board of Psychologists Category B;                   LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)

CRSW, LADC, MLADC Categories of Competence: 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 & 15;    CPS Category: ethics for recertification only



PRESENTER:  Mary-K O’Sullivan, LMFT, LADC, LPC is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and Certified Clinical Supervisor.  Her experience in the development of co-occurring disorders treatment spans over 26 years and she was an initial member of the Connecticut Task Force which was instrumental in the development of the basis for the DDCAT model of co-occurring disorders assessment and treatment which then moved on to become a national model. She was a Lead Trainer and subsequently the Director of the Behavioral Health and Addictions Training Center for the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services in Connecticut for over 10 years. Currently, she is a Behavioral Health Clinical Manager and Discipline Supervisor for the 51 Certified Addiction Counselors at Connecticut Valley Hospital where she is responsible for managing all facets of the 120 bed inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorders rehab programs for the State of Connecticut. She provides consultation regionally and nationally in criminal justice, co-occurring disorders, adolescent and young adult treatment, and pharmacology.  She is currently completing her final year of study for her Ph.D. in clinical psychology.

Fee:  NHADACA Members:  $35;  Non-Members  $45;   NASW CEUS add $5     
lunch will be on your own.       

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THE NH TRAINING INSTITUTE ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS 


Presents:


STREET DRUGS & TRENDS

with  Mary-K O’Sullivan, LMFT, LADC, LPC

A 6 HOUR TRAINING EVENT ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 2014 
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATION:  Designer drugs such as ice, OxyContin, ecstasy, Ketamine, DXM, GHB and other synthetics for a variety of reasons, are becoming an epidemic in the United States.  Many clinicians and clients are unaware of their use because they can be sold under traditional trade names that disguise their origin.  This course will focus upon providing the information necessary for substance abuse professionals to appropriately address the current changes in drug use.  Special attention will be given to the composition, effects and ramifications of using these chemical derivatives.  Issues of particular interest will include availability, economic accessibility, legal issues, and current trends that promote their use to potentially epidemic proportions.  Participants will be able to describe basic composition of the most prevalently used synthetic and designer drugs, define the major effects of each of these substances, describe the dynamics that create the demand for these drugs; and review intervention methods and techniques for use with clients currently using these substances.

CEUs for this event:

NH Board of Psychologists Category B;              CPS Category: ATOD

CRSW, LADC,MLADC  Categories of Competence:  1, 14 & 16;    

NASWLICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)


PRESENTER:  Mary-K O’Sullivan, LMFT, LADC, LPC is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and Certified Clinical Supervisor.  Her experience in the development of co-occurring disorders treatment spans over 26 years. She was a Lead Trainer and subsequently the Director of the Behavioral Health and Addictions Training Center for the CT Dept. of Mental Health and Addiction Services for over 10 years. Currently, she is a Behavioral Health Clinical Manager and Discipline Supervisor for the 51 Certified Addiction Counselors at Connecticut Valley Hospital where she is responsible for managing all facets of the 120 bed inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorders rehab program for the State of Connecticut. She provides consultation nationally in criminal justice, co-occurring disorders, adolescent and young adult treatment and pharmacology.  She is completing her final year of study for a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.

Register:  ASAP Fee:  NHADACA Members:  $35;  Non-Members  $45;   NASW add $5     
Lunch will be on your own.       

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THE NH TRAINING INSTITUTE  
ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS

Presents:

Using A Client's Emotional Intelligence to Promote Stabilization and Recovery

Mary-K O’Sullivan, LMFT, LADC, LPC

A 6 hour training event on Friday, August 22, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATIONFor decades “how smart a person is” has been defined by their IQ and their ability to process information from an analytical and pragmatic perspective.  In more recent history, the credibility of an “emotional intelligence” factor that is determined to be equally important has emerged.  The ability for people to “thrive” versus “survive” on a daily basis appears to be more the result of a combination of both types of thinking, processing, and perceiving. In this training, we will explore cognitive, intellectual, and emotional aspects of the human experience and focus upon how each is imperative to the overall health and well- being of the individual. This will include exploring issues such as concepts of wellness and the importance of right versus left brain learning.  This training will be very interactive to include video vignettes, small group activities, and the completion of personal wellness and right/left brain assessments and activities by participants.

PRESENTER:  Mary-K O’Sullivan, LMFT, LADC, LPC is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and Certified Clinical Supervisor.  Her experience in the development of co-occurring disorders treatment spans over 26 years. She was a Lead Trainer and subsequently the Director of the Behavioral Health and Addictions Training Center for the CT Dept. of Mental Health and Addiction Services for over 10 years. Currently, she is a Behavioral Health Clinical Manager and Discipline Supervisor for the 51 Certified Addiction Counselors at Connecticut Valley Hospital where she is responsible for managing all facets of the 120 bed inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorders rehab program for the State of Connecticut. She provides consultation nationally in criminal justice, co-occurring disorders, adolescent and young adult treatment and pharmacology.  She is completing her final year of study for a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.

Approved CEUs for this event: 
CRSW, LADC, MLADC Categories of Comp.:  1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 11, 15;           CPS Category: None 
LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)

 

Register by:      As soon as possible

Fee:  NHADACA Members $35.00     Non-Members $45.00                             Lunch is on your own.




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THE NH TRAINING INSTITUTE  
ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS

Presents:

  NH DWI SYMPOSIUM:  NAVIGATING THE CRIMINAL, CLINICAL & CIVIL SYSTEMS

with Multiple Presenters

A 6 hour training event Thursday, September 11, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
At Grappone Conference Center, 70 Constitutional Ave. Concord, NH 


DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENTATION:  Coming Soon!


ABOUT THE PRESENTER:  Coming Soon!



Register by:   As soon as possible  

Fee: $60.00 Fee includes lunch and CEUs
 




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The NH Bureau of Drug & Alcohol Services 
Partnership for Success invites you to register for:

CONFIDENTIALITY FOR STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS 

with Jacqui Abikoff, LICSW, MLADC

A  6 HOUR TRAINING EVENT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATION:  Student Assistance Professionals who work in educational settings find themselves balancing institutional cultures and demands that are not always overtly compatible.  This workshop will address the differences in legal and ethical requirements of the educational and substance abuse systems, the implication of federal laws, including FERPA, 42 C.F.R. Part 2 and HIPAA for school based substance abuse intervention programs, and the potential ethical conflicts that arise in working with minors in an educational setting.  

Participants will learn the conflicts between the FERPA, 42 C.F.R. Part 2 and HIPAA and develop strategies for managing them.  OBJECTIVES:  Participants will examine the ethical issues and potential conflicts arising from the need to protect the confidentiality of substance abuse related communication made by minor clients within an educational setting, including student safety, school liability and parents’ rights issues.  Participants will develop strategies for balancing the needs of students, parents and administrators.

Note:  The presentation might be broadcast online, as well as recorded and edited for future use.

PRESENTER:  Jacqui Abikoff, LICSW, MLADC, is Executive Director of Horizons Counseling Center in Gilford, NH.  She has been working with substance abusers and their families for over 25 years.  She is currently on the NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals.  She has expertise in the areas of confidentiality and professional ethics.  She has an extensive background providing clinical services, and training and consultation in the areas of domestic violence, co-occurring disorders, PTSD, women’s issues, corrections and forensics and she has provided professional training and consultation to substance abuse and mental health professionals and provider agencies.


CEUs for this event: 
LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC
NASW (Category 1)      
CRSW, LADC, MLADC Categories of Competence: 10-13
CPS Category:  Prevention Theory and Practice


Registration fee:    This training designed particularly for school administrators and student assistance professionals is free to all NH student assistance professionals and their school administrators.  Others may register at $35 for NHADACA Members and $45 for Non-Members as space is available.  NASW CEUs are an additional $5.


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THE NH TRAINING INSTITUTE ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS 

Presents:

INTRODUCTION TO NH DRUG COURTS AND OTHER CRIMINAL
JUSTICE INTERVENTIONS

with Alex Casale, BA, CPS  & Carrie Lover Conway, MSW, CPM, CO

A 6 HOUR TRAINING EVENT ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATION:  Substance abuse and addiction often go hand in hand with criminal activity. Over the past ten years, there has been a paradigm shift within the courts and criminal justice system, to treat addiction and mental health in a vastly different manner. Drug Courts, Mental Health Courts and other alternative sentencing options have reached a tipping point in our state. Half of the NH Counties have a Drug Court and one third of the Circuit Courts have a Mental Health Court. In addition, the majority of jurisdictions now have community corrections programs that monitor offenders electronically. Re-entry services such as transitional housing have also expanded across the state. This presentation will look at specialty court operations through the use of the 10 key components and best practice standards. It will review the effectiveness of behavior modification on high risk-high need individuals using the diffident principals of behavior modification, celerity, magnitude, and certainty principles? It will also review community supervision programs and how they can be effective supervision tools for community reintegration.

CEUs for this event:

NASW: LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)      
CRSW, LADC, MLADC Categories of Competence: 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 & 15



PRESENTERS: Alex Casale, BA, CPS, CO is the New Hampshire State Coordinator for Alternative Sentencing Programs and the Director for the Strafford County Drug Treatment Court. He has an extensive background with drug testing, crystal reports, and databases and he is the laboratory manager for Strafford County. He has worked within the criminal justice field for 9 years. During that time he has been the co-vice-president of the New England Association of Drug Court professionals, an American University Consultant, and NH Corrections Academy instructor. He is a Certified Public Supervisor and attended the University of New Hampshire where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and duel minors in Justice Studies and Philosophy.  Carrie Lover Conway, MSW, CPM, CO began working for Strafford County in 2002 and currently works as the Criminal Justice Programming Coordinator; overseeing the administration of the Drug Court, Mental Health Court, Habitual Offender Academy Program, Re-Entry Services, Transitional Housing and Community Corrections Bail Supervision Programs. Carrie also oversees Grants for such programs as the Supervised Visitation Center collaborative agreement and the Family Justice Center and assists the County with various Regionalization efforts as well as manages the collaborative effort with COAST bus. Her professional work history includes working in the fields of substance abuse, mental health, criminal justice, regionalization, family counseling, and grant writing. She is a Certified Correctional Officer and Certified Public Manager. She is a graduate of Plymouth State College with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Social Work and obtained her Masters Degree in Social Work at the University of New England.


Fee:  NHADACA Members:  $35;  Non-Members  $45;   NASW add $5     Lunch is on your own
     





Fee:  NHADACA Members:  $35;  Non-Members  $45;   NASW add $5     Lunch is on your own       For registration information contact:  Kim Hyslop, 603-225-7060 or  nhtiad@myfairpoint.net 
The NH Bureau of Drug & Alcohol Services 
Partnership for Success invites you to register for:

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The Cheshire County Domestic Violence Council


Presents:


Domestic Violence, Trauma, Mental Health & Substance Abuse -- Meeting the Need of Families at the Intersection


with  Terri Pease, PhD.
A 6 hour event on Friday, October 10, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
at Mabel Brown Room, Keene State College, Keene, NH


Presentation:  This conference will provide a framework for bridging clinical, advocacy, and survivor perspectives and lays the groundwork for developing services that are both DV and trauma-informed and that incorporate a trauma/social justice lens.  The goal is to provide both foundational knowledge about the ways that trauma can affect individuals and organizations and the understanding, skills and supports to apply this to working with survivors.  At the conclusion of the training, participants will be able to:
*  Understand the benefits of using a trauma lens to enhance community coordinated responses to     families and survivors affected by domestic violence;
*  Apply information about trauma as it pertains to families and survivors affected by domestic       violence; 
*  Describe how to incorporate trauma-informed practices that foster resilience and well-being       for survivors and their children; and
*  Apply a reflective, trauma-informed approach to everyday mental health, substance abuse,           criminal justice, and advocacy work.


CEUs:   The following CEUs will be available:
*  Certified Prevention Specialists (CPS):  Prevention Practice and Theory
*  MLADC/LADC/CRSW Categories of Competence:   
*  LICSW and LCMHC  Category 1 NASW CEs 


Presenter:  Terri Pease, PhD, is an educator, clinician, and consultant who focuses her work on creating cross-sector clinical and programmatic responses to sexual assault and domestic violence.  She has devoted much of her career to addressing trauma and abuse of people with disabilities and in communities of color, and has been especially interested in enabling and broadening collaborations between victim service providers and providers who support people who have mental health, cognitive and learning disabilities.  Dr. Pease is an accomplished trainer with more than 25 years of experience crafting and delivering tailored trainings on working with victims of violent crimes who live with trauma and/or mental illness.  Dr. Pease is a former board member of NCADV and has long-standing ties to the domestic violence movement.

Co-Sponsors:  Thank you to the following co-sponsors:  
*  Keene Sate College Counseling Center 
*  NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association/NH Training Institute on Addictive Disorders


Registration Fee: $60.00
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The NH Bureau of Drug & Alcohol Services

Partnership for Success invites you to register for:


Student Assistance 101 and Professional Mentoring for NH’s SAPs

with Tim Lena, MSA, CPS

A  11 HOUR TRAINING EVENT OCTOBER 22 & 23, 2014 
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily (registration begins at 8:30 a.m.)
at NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH


PRESENTATION:  Part I:  Student Assistance 101 - The first day and a half is designed for Student Assistance Professionals interested in learning the basic components of a high school or middle school Student Assistance Program.  The training will cover realistic expectations and strategies for the first few months to the first few years as an SAP.  By the end of Part I of the training, participants will be able to identify the components of the Project SUCCESS model of student assistance (based on the PFS II Cohort I program components).  Participants will understand the role of a student assistance professional within the school and community prevention system, the real-life application of student assistance, how to implement with fidelity, how to make program modifications when necessary and what outcomes to expect.  Part II: Professional Mentoring - The second half of day two is designed to facilitate a long-term process of effective and semi-structured mentoring between experienced and beginner SAPs.  By the end of Part II, participants will be matched with a mentor/mentee and given guidance to develop a lasting and successful professional mentoring relationship.  There is no cost to attend this training, however it is for Student Assistance counselors only.   


PRESENTER:  Tim Lena, MSW, CPS has over 26 years of experience in the substance abuse prevention and intervention field.  He started working as the Student Assistance Program Coordinator for the Salem School District that was based on Ellen Moorehouse’s model. During this time Mr. Lena also served as a regional and national trainer/consultant for the Northeast Regional Center for Drug Free Schools and Communities, and the National Volunteer Training Center.  In 1997, Mr. Lena began working for the Timberlane Regional School District as the Student Assistance Program Coordinator.   Tim is Chair of the Southern Rockingham County (So Rock) Coalition for Healthy Youth and has been instrumental in helping secure numerous grants which funded prevention trainings including a statewide Project SUCCESS training for 30 existing SAP’s on the most current Evidence Based Practice.  Chair of the Prevention Certification Board of NH, he received his Certified Prevention Specialist credential in 2009.  

CEUs for this event: 
LICSW, L-MFT, LCMHC NASW (Category 1)        
LADC/MLADC Categories of Competence:
6, 7, 11, 13 & 15
CPS Category:  Prevention Theory and Practice


Registration fee: This training designed particularly for student assistance professionals is free to all NH student assistance professionals. 



For registration information contact:  Kim Hyslop, 603-225-7060 or  nhtiad@myfairpoint.net 
 

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Directions to NHADACA, 130 Pembroke Rd. Concord, NH

From the South (Manchester):  Take I-93 North, to exit 13.  Turn right onto Manchester Street.  Go over the bridge and take the first left onto Old Turnpike Road.  At the light continue straight onto Regional Drive.  Take the 4th  left onto Chenell Drive. Turn right into NHADACA which is on the corner of Chenell Drive and Pembroke Road.

 

From the West (Keene):  Take Route 9 to I-89 South/Concord.  Merge onto I-93 North to exit 13.  Turn right onto Manchester Street.  Go over the bridge and take the first left onto Old Turnpike Road.  At the light continue straight onto Regional Drive.  Take the 4th  left onto Chenell Drive.  Turn right into NHADACA which is on the corner of Chenell Drive and Pembroke Road.

 

From the North (Plymouth/Berlin):  Take I-93 South to exit 14.  Turn left onto Loudon Road.  At the top of the hill turn right onto Airport Road.  At the light turn left onto Regional Drive.  Take the 4th  left onto Chenell Drive.  Turn right into NHADACA which is on the corner of Chenell Drive and Pembroke Road.

 

From the East (Portsmouth):  Take Route 4 West to Concord.  Stay straight on Route 9 West (Concord Heights Business District).  Turn left at the lights onto Route 106 South and go 1.5 miles.  Turn right onto Pembroke Road and continue for about ¾ of a mile.  Turn left into 130 Pembroke Rd. The building is on the corner of Pembroke Road and Chenell Drive.  If you pass the first entrance, turn onto Chenell Drive and take the first entrance on the left.

 

 

Drive Safely.

 

If you are concerned about a training being cancelled due to the weather conditions, call (603) 225-7060, after 6:30 a.m. the morning of the event, to check the status.  The answering machine will have any cancellation information, if needed.  If you call, and there is no message, then the training is proceeding as scheduled.

 





 

 

 

 




                                                                
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