Expand your clinical tool kit; improve professional judgement

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This program is delivered on-site at agencies and hospitals for groups of staff and supervisors who work with diagnosed or suspected concurrent disorders.

This learning program is comprised of six elective modules. Modules can be selected from the following:

  • Bio-Psycho-Social Approaches to Addictions
  • Psychopharmacology: Know Your Drugs
  • Principles of Working with Concurrent Disorders
  • Trauma and Trauma-informed Care
  • Best Practice Approaches for Screening, Assessment and Case Management
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI) and the Therapeutic Relationship
  • Tools for Managing Relapse and Supporting Recovery
  • Social Capital and Health: Leveraging Social Capital to Support Change
  • Youth Addictions and Early Onset Mental Illness
  • CBT Applications for Working with Concurrent Disorders
  • Building Clinical Judgement: The Scientist-Practitioner Model

Modules are based on current research and are custom tailored to meet the unique needs of each team with whom we work.

The objectives of the TAPE Certificate in Working with Concurrent Disorders are to:

  • Expand your front line team's clinical tool kits
  • Help supervisors and their staff turn new clinical skills into 'habits'
  • Build clinical judgement as to what approaches will be effective, and when

We can help you identify and select a learning program built upon evidence-based clinical practices that are indicated for the populations you serve and that will be effective in your settings. Contact us to discuss your goals for developing concurrent disorders capability, and receive a 2-3 page outline of recommended learning options to meet your team’s unique needs.

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