Treatment Coordination in Substance Use Disorder Treatment

December 3 - December 6 | Edina, MN

Carmen Finn, MA, LADC, ADCR-MN

 

This training has been designed to comply with requirements in Minnesota Statute 245G for the 30-hour Treatment Coordination certificate. This training will provide extensive knowledge in the areas of case management, addiction, Minnesota Matrix, ethics, collaboration, documentation and more. Participants will be able to provide effective treatment coordination in a substance use disorder treatment setting as a result of this training.

 

Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn and understand the Minnesota Matrix, ASAM criteria, Case Management, signs and symptoms of addiction, ethics, legal requirements, documentation, and professionalism in the field of behavioral health.
  2. Participants will be able to understand and demonstrate the referral process, how to build community resources, cultural considerations, and provide effective advocacy.
  3. Participants will gain knowledge in the areas of co-occurring disorders, biopsychosocial model, stages of change, definition of recovery, MN statutes, use of technology, and Scope of practice for treatment coordinators in the substance use disorder treatment setting.

 

CEU'S: Approved by Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy for 30 hours (2018.CE.ADC.046.)

 

COST: $250 (Includes morning and afternoon beverages, lite lunches each day, training materials and attendance confirmation for professional development purposes.)

 

TO REGISTER: Complete either the online registration OR download the registration form below, include payment, and return to:

Rebecca Buller
Wayside Recovery Center
7401 Metro Blvd. #200
Edina, MN 55439
Phone: 952-737-5114 | Fax: 952-831-1173
Rebecca.buller@waysiderc.org

Location

Wayside Business Office

7401 Metro Blvd.

Edina, MN 55439

 

Speaker

Carmen Finn is the current Senior Director of Treatment Services at Wayside Recovery Center. She has over fifteen years of experience providing services to families and individuals in the field of behavioral health. Finn obtained her Master’s from Argosy University in Marriage and Family Therapy. Finn is currently a member and co-chair of the MARRCH Ethics Committee. Her interests include gender, ethics, research, LGBTQ issues, and addiction and the family.

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