This training will introduce participants to the subject of case management for working with clients and patients before, during, and following active treatment for a substance use disorder. The key differences between case management and clinical treatment will be explored. The training will introduce the foundational principles of case management theory and present the four prevalent models of case management including the brokerage/generalist model and the strengths-based model. The training will present the core functions of case management framed as the 3 C’s (Connection, Communication, and Coordination), and explore the three types of agency coordination by which case management can be facilitated. Throughout the training, individuals will have the opportunity to operationalize concepts through active participation in multiple interactive exercises.
Presented By: James A. Peck, Psy.D.
Continuing Education Units: 2 CEUs
This training is approved for 2 CEUs by the following professional organizations:
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|End Date||12-31-2022 PDT|
|Registration Start Date||11-23-2021 PDT|
|Event Time Zone||PDT|
|Cut Off Date||12-31-2022 PDT|