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Self-Paced Course

The word "relationships" covers a lot of territory: family members, significant others, friends, colleagues, treatment providers, and even institutions and communities. The sense of being a part of something is an important aspect of women's recovery. This course focuses on the importance of building connections with the community and social inclusion as aspects of women's recovery process.

Developed for SAMHSA by Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. through contract 283-07-3807 (Technical Assistance and Training on Women and Families Impacted by Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders).

1.5 hours continuing education credit available

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Self-Paced Course

This course will consider the broad impact of motherhood on women's substance use, treatment and recovery experience. There are both dangers and opportunities for women's recovery in pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood. Many women do not receive prenatal care because of fears of losing their children to authorities. On the other hand, pregnant women increasingly are conscious of the need for treatment to protect their babies, and women's and children's residential treatment programs have shown very positive outcomes. The presenters in this course discuss treatment considerations and approaches that address these issues.

Developed for SAMHSA by Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. through contract 283-07-3807 (Technical Assistance and Training on Women and Families Impacted by Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders).

1.5 hours continuing education credit available

NAADAC

NBCC

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Self-Paced Course

No intervention is effective without having the foundational pieces of good clinical care in place. How do you build authentic rapport that generates the trust needed to facilitate healing?

This webinar kicks off the Relationships Matter! series with a look at the therapeutic relationships that help women engage in services and recovery. Learn why relationships matter, how to build trust and rapport, what strategies help define and create therapeutic alliance, and more.

Developed for SAMHSA by Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. through contract 283-07-3807 (Technical Assistance and Training on Women and Families Impacted by Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders).

1.5 hours continuing education credit available

NAADAC

NBCC

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Self-Paced Course

Women’s substance use and mental health issues do not exist in isolation; women’s relationships and partners may facilitate or derail the recovery process. This webinar will explore the impact of behavioral health conditions on significant relationships; interventions that support positive outcomes for women, their partners, and their families; and considerations in service planning. Topics will include women’s intimate relationships and substance use, the role of relationships in women’s access to and engagement in behavioral health services, couple and family therapies for women’s substance use and co-occurring disorders, relationship dynamics and recovery, and special considerations in LGBTQ relationships.

Developed for SAMHSA by Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. through contract 283-07-3807 (Technical Assistance and Training on Women and Families Impacted by Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders).

1.5 hours continuing education credit available

NAADAC

NBCC

REGISTER NOW