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  • 9.3 (Online)

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    Ethics: Life is Messy (Web Course) | Supported by AdCare

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    Sponsored by SAMHS

    This self-paced 3-hour (optional additional 1 hour CE credit) online training explores ethics in the middle of a real life practice....

  • 9.4 (Online)

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    Safe At Work: Enhancing Personal Safety (free 1-hour online course) | Supported by USM Muskie School

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    Being a Direct Service Worker can place you in situations where your personal safety is at risk. Learn skills to scan the environment for personal saf...

  • 9.4 (Online)

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    Cultural Competence for Counselors (Web Course) | Supported by CCSME

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    Sponsored by SAMHS

    ROLLING REGISTRATION: This course will help increase your awareness of diversity in Maine and inform your approaches to behavioral health....

  • 9.19 (Online)

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    Trauma Informed Care in Behavioral Health & Co-Occurring Services (Web Course) | Supported by CCSME

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    Sponsored by SAMHS

    This 4-week online course will explore the assumptions and principles of a trauma-informed approach in organizations that provide behavioral health an...

  • 9.25

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    The Disease of Addiction: Your Questions Answered | Supported by AdCare

    Portland, Maine

    Explore new science and how society has, for the first time, effective biological tools to battle the disease of addiction....

  • 9.26

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    The Disease of Addiction: Your Questions Answered | Supported by AdCare

    Waterville, ME

    Explore new science and how society has, for the first time, effective biological tools to battle the disease of addiction....

  • 9.26

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    Reducing Stigma and Using Harm Reduction When Working with People Who Use Opioids | Supported by AdCare

    Belfast, Maine

    The words we choose have an impact. How we talk about drug use and people who use drugs is informed by our preconceived notions and internalized biase...

  • 9.27

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    Art and Music to Support Recovery | Supported by CCSME

    Augusta, Maine

    Regardless of musical background, therapists can learn to use music and art as a tool to engage their clients....

  • 10.4

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    2019 Maine Harm Reduction Conference | Supported by AdCare

    Get ideas and learn strategies aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with substance use and other high-risk behaviors....

  • 10.7

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    Two Day - Practice of Coaching and Supervising in Motivational Interviewing | Supported by CCSME

    Westbrook, ME

    By the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to demonstrate, practice, and utilize MIA-Step tools....

  • 10.11

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    Treatment Planning at the Intersection of Criminality and Substance Use | Supported by AdCare

    Portland, Maine

    For a client with substance use disorder and criminal justice involvement, a treatment plan with SMART goals can reduce substance use and recidivism. ...

  • 10.16

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    Stimulant Use Disorders: Epidemiology, Clinical Challenges, and Review of Treatments | Supported by CCSME

    Methamphetamine and cocaine use rates and overdose deaths are rapidly increasing in much of the U.S. Dr. Rawson will review the clinical challenges pr...

  • 10.17

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    Mindful Recovery After Complex Traumatic Stress, Violence and Abuse: How Do I Feel Better? | Supported by AdCare

    Brewer, Maine

    This workshop approaches traumatic stress through healing-centered engagement, using an integrated body-mind response....

  • 10.18

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    Criminal Thinking and Anti Social Logic | Supported by CCSME

    Husson University, So. Maine Campus

    Specific thinking patterns that underlie criminal behavior patterns, evidence based practices in assessment and treatment planning, and dealing with t...

  • 10.18

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    Mindful Recovery After Complex Traumatic Stress, Violence and Abuse: How Do I Feel Better?

    Augusta, Maine

    This workshop approaches traumatic stress through healing-centered engagement, using an integrated body-mind response....

  • 10.21

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    5 day CCS: Fundamentals of Effective and Ethical Clinical Supervision | Supported by CCSME

    Husson University

    This training fulfills the initial educational requirements for Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) and is useful for new and veteran supervisors. The...

  • 10.21

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    2 Day CCS: Skills Assessment and Clinician Self-Care | Supported by CCSME

    Husson University

    This 2-day course on clinical supervision takes place on Monday, October 21, 2019 and Friday, October 25, 2019, and includes 6 hours on each of the fo...

  • 10.21

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    Mindful Recovery After Complex Traumatic Stress, Violence and Abuse: How Do I Feel Better? | Supported by AdCare

    Portland, Maine

    This workshop approaches traumatic stress through healing-centered engagement, using an integrated body-mind response....

  • 10.24

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    1 Day CCS: Ethics for Clinical Supervisors | Supported by CCSME

    Husson University

    This 1-day course covers ethics and professional responsibility for clinical supervisors....

  • 11.14 (Online)

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    Mindfulness in Behavioral Health and Co-Occurring Services (Web Course) | Supported by CCSME

    Online

    Sponsored by SAMHS

    This 4-week online course will provide clinicians with a theoretical understanding of mindfulness as a therapeutic tool, an opportunity to experience ...

  • 11.15

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    Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence: Mental Health Training Supported by CCSME

    Husson University, Westbrook

    Meets the requirement for training for Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors, as described in...

  • 11.22

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    Acupuncture: Complimentary Support for Co-Occurring Conditions Supported by CCSME

    Husson University, Westbrook

    Learn how ear acupuncture can help to alleviate symptoms of mental health and substance use disorders, leading to greater levels of resiliency in indi...

  • 1.12 (Online)

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    Online Course: Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision | Supported by CCSME

    Online

    This five-week online course will draw upon current knowledge and experience in the field of clinical supervision to provide training for individuals ...

  • 1.31

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    Research Based Messaging to Destigmatize SUD and to Motivate Change: Supported by CCSME

    Husson University, Westbrook

    Participants will learn specific elements of messaging that can reduce or reinforce stigma, identify and practice messaging to imbed into their work w...

  • 4.16 (Online)

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    Applications of Motivational Interviewing in Behavioral Health Treatment | Supported by CCSME

    Online

    Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative, person-centered counseling method for addressing the common problem of ambivalence about changing h...

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