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Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 1:00 PM

There has been a history of therapists being taught that there "should" be a great separation of self in a therapy session and that self-disclosure is not appropriate. In this webinar, we will be discussing the role of self in the psychotherapeutic session. We will review the ethics around the…

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Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 1:00 PM

Is your addiction treatment marketing ignoring the iceberg warnings? Are you convinced your marketing strategy is unsinkable? Maybe you should let go of your marketing mistakes before they send you straight into that iceberg. Learn how to navigate the marketing waters of addiction treatment and…

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In this session, treatment center owners and marketing executives will learn the potential for returns on lifestyle healthcare investments including college, job trainings, gym memberships, and addiction treatment. The average college graduate makes $1 million dollars more over their career than a non-graduate. With a longer life, reduced medical costs, and higher prospects for employment,…
Attendees will learn skills that integrate the crossroads of brain science and contemplative practices, including integration of research and application of the neurology of compassion, trauma, and addiction. This interactive presentation will include takeaway skills to use with individuals and groups.
The session will introduce Block Grants as a proposed method for funding Medicaid. The introduction will include a deep dive into the use of historical and current use of block grants, and the pros and cons learned from prior use. Finally, we will look at what can be done if block grants are in your future.  
Many states have now legalized both medical and recreational use of marijuana despite increasing medical evidence that demonstrate its use, especially in its newer highly potent forms (“dabs, vapes, edibles”) and synthetic cannabinoids (“Spice”), result in addiction and medical or mental health problems. Increased use, especially by youth, has resulted in increased reports and studies associating…
Now more than ever, it is critical to think creatively, experiment with new approaches, and enhance and expand policies and programs proven to reduce opioid abuse, addiction and overdose. Recognizing the urgency of the crisis, the Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts (FORE) is applying a start-up mentality to reach its ambitious vision: to inspire and accelerate action toward ending the…
This session will present findings from RTI’s survey of U.S. adults on knowledge and opinions about addiction to prescription opioids, medication-assisted therapy (MAT) and stigma toward people addicted to prescription opioids and the health care providers who care for them. We will discuss current approaches to conceptualizing stigma, their application to the treatment of opioid use disorder (…
Approximately a third of patients with major depressive disorder do not respond to treatment, with only half achieving remission. This results in high morbidity and makes MDD one of the leading causes of disability in the world per the World Health Organization. Early intervention, intensive and multimodal treatment are key to improving outcomes in this patient population. Challenges inherent to…
Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) has been shown to be useful in the treatment of addictive disorders. The cornerstones of ACT include principles of mindfulness, remaining open to new ideas and moving toward one’s values rather than escaping one’s feelings. In short, accepting feelings rather than escaping them and moving toward values rather than toward suffering define the goals of this type…
Throughout the country more and more provider contracts are moving to full value-based reimbursement. Many providers have been able to successfully manage this transformational change in behavioral health. This session will focus on national trends and review the impact it is having on the sector, provider success stories, and how common or inevitable it will be in the future.
The Patient Portals created in the past were designed to meet the minimum requirements of Meaningful Use. They were not user friendly and lacked the functionality people actually wanted to use. AURA’s Patient Engagement tool is different. Sigmund created a client access tool for AURA your patients will actually want to use. It’s easy to use and attractive. Aura’s Patient Engagement features allow…
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