Instructor – Candice Brimner
Many service providers struggle in working with clients who live with an addiction and mental health concerns (concurrent disorder). This workshop will define the term concurrent disorder and review the historical development and knowledge base of the clinical literature. Participants will learn practical approaches in working with clients living with a concurrent disorder and are asked to bring cases from their own practice for discussion. This is an experiential workshop where participants will be asked to apply new knowledge to their own service centres.
Target Group: All
Additional Training Method: Agency Training
Total Cost: THTC Members Pay: $80.00 | Non-Members Pay: $90.00
- Define and describe concurrent disorders and the sub-populations within concurrent disorders.
- Understand the prevalence and impact of concurrent disorders.
- Develop strategies for engagement and assessment of client to apply in their work.
- Understand the models to identify the relationship between concurrent addiction and mental health problems.