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     MISSION STATEMENT                                                                    2008 ICADD CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
     To provide education and training for substance abuse and                            (tentative as of January 15, 2008)
     dependence professionals and educators in behavioral health                          Monday, May 19
     care, criminal justice and recovery support.                                         7:30am-11:30am              Registration
2                                                                                         8:30am-8:45am               Welcome and Introductions
     CONTACT ICADD                                                                        (Debbie Field, Director Office of Drug Policy and
0    PO Box 1311                                                                          Dr. Jim Girvan, Dean of the College of Health Sciences)
0    Meridian ID 83680                                                                    8:45am-10am                    Keynote: William Miller
     Ph: 208-466-2519 Fx: 208-466-7693                                                    10am-10:20am                   Break
8    Email: info@attendicadd.com                                                          10:20am-11:45am                Keynote: Lucinda Miner
     Web: www.attendicadd.com                                                             11:45am-12:30pm                Keynote: Cedric Decroy
                                                                                          12:30pm-2pm                    Banquet & Award Luncheon
     REGISTER ONLINE AND RECEIVE A DISCOUNT!                                              (Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter and First Lady Lori Otter invited to attend)
I    A discount of $10 will be given when you register online and pay                     2pm-4pm                        “What Works” Policy Panel
C    with a credit card at www.attendicadd.com
                                                                                          Tuesday, May 20
A    REGISTRATION DETAILS                                                                 7:15am-8:15am                  NA Meeting
D    Once you register for ICADD, you will receive a confirmation letter                   7:30am-3:30pm                  Exhibits Open
     with information on the following items:                                             7:30am-11:30am                 Registration Open
D    •    housing                                                                         8:30am-8:45am                  Welcome and Introductions
     •    parking                                                                         8:45am-9:45am                  Keynote: Larry Dewey
     •    lunch                                                                           9:45am-10am                    Break with Exhibitors
C    •    purchasing conference materials                                                 10am-12pm                      Breakout Session 1
O    This information will also be posted on the ICADD website.                           10am-12pm                      Skills Courses
N                                                                                         12pm-1:30pm                    Lunch (on your own)
     CONFERENCE LOCATION                                                                  1:30pm-3pm                     Breakout Session 2
F    Student Union Building, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho.                        1:30pm-4:45pm                  Skills Courses (with break)
E                                                                                         3pm-3:15pm                     Break with Exhibitors
     INFORMATION ABOUT BOISE                                                              3:15pm-4:45pm                  Breakout Session 3
R    Boise is a blend of traditional and non-traditional attractions. The                 6:30pm-7:30pm                  Al-Anon Meeting
E    City of Trees boasts museums and urban parks, a river flowing
     through the heart of the city and a 25-mile river front greenbelt.                   Wednesday, May 21
N    Among the many sites to visit are the Basque Museum and                              7:15am-8:15am                  AA Meeting
C    Cultural Center, Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center, Idaho Anne                          7:30am-3:30pm                  Exhibits Open
E    Frank Human Rights Memorial, Idaho Black History Museum and                          7:30am-11:30am                 Registration Open
     the World Center for Birds of Prey. Southwest Idaho’s accessible                     8:30am-8:45am                  Welcome and Introductions
     outdoors beckons the Boise visitor to enjoy mountains, desert                        8:45am-9:45am                  Keynote: Laverne Hanes-Stevens
D    sand dunes, canyons and whitewater rafting rivers.                                   9:45am-10am                    Break with Exhibitors
                                                                                          10am-12pm                      Breakout Session 4
E    Contact the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau for more                            10am-12pm                      Skills Courses
T    information at 800-635-5240/208-344-7777 or visit www.boise.org.                     12pm-1:30pm                    Lunch (on your own)
                                                                                          1:30pm-3pm                     Breakout Session 5
A    TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                    1:30pm-4:45pm                  Skills Course (with break)
I    Conference Details………………...............……………. 1                                      3pm-3:15pm                     Break with Exhibitors
L    Information on Boise……………………………............. 1                                       3:15pm-4:45pm                  Breakout Session 6
     Conference Schedule…………………..............………. 1                                       6:30pm-7:30pm                  Al-Anon Meeting
S    ICADD Committee Members……………………........... 2
     Introduction from Chair…………………………............. 2                                     Thursday, May 22
     AA/NA Meeting Information…........……………............. 2                               8:30am-8:45am                  Welcome and Introductions
     Al-Anon Meeting Information........................................ 2                8:45am-9:45am                  Keynote: Susan Hoisington
     “What Works” Policy Panel........................................... 2               9:45am-10am                    Break
     2007 ICADD Exhibitors…………...............……………. 2                                     10am-12pm                      Breakout Session 7
     Keynote Speakers………………………………............. 3-4                                        10am-12pm                      Skills Courses
     Monday Schedule of Events......................................... 5                 12pm-1:30pm                    Lunch (on your own)
     Breakout Sessions……………………..............……….. 5-10                                    1:30pm-3pm                     Breakout Session 8
     Skills Courses………………………………………….…. 5-10                                               1:30pm-4:45pm                  Skills Courses
     2007 ICADD Co-sponsors............................................ back cover        3pm-3:15pm                     Break
     2008 ICADD Co-sponsors............................................ back cover        3:15pm-4:45pm                  Breakout Session 9
     Registration Form…………………………….………….. insert
     Schedule Matrix............................................................ insert   ADDITIONAL CONFERENCE INFORMATION
                                                                                          Extended speaker biographies and updated conference
                                                                                          information can be found at www.attendicadd.com.

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“WHAT WORKS” POLICY PANEL                                                 The next thing is to thank all our speakers for coming to Idaho to
We are proud to present a policy panel as a new addition to the           present to our service providers. “Moving Forward, Getting What
conference schedule this year. The “What Works” Policy Panel is           You Need” is designed so that our speakers can tailor their topics
an interactive forum for national experts to address various drug         to meet the needs of practitioners at all levels of experience and
treatment policies throughout the country. We hope that it will be        across a continuum of care. The opening keynote and first day            2
utilized as a way to give voice to those issues that need attention       of the conference will be a time for our national experts to give
from our Idaho executive and legislative leaders.                         briefings on substance abuse policy from a national perspective.         0
                                                                          The afternoon session will be a “Town Hall” meeting with policy         0
State policy defines statutes and rules for the provision of               experts and Idaho policy makers, where conference attendees will
prevention and treatment for substance addiction and abuse                be able to engage in a dialogue about what is working and what          8
disorders. These polices effect all of us, as they impact who is          isn’t in the substance abuse system in Idaho.
served with public funds.
                                                                          As you leave the conference this year, may you enjoy new skills,
In addition to invited legislators, our panel members listed below        renewed friendships, and hope for the ongoing recovery of all           I
represent treatment, public health, research and government.              those we serve.                                                         C
They will respond to what is working, what is not, and proactive
directions for Idaho to consider in best serving Idahoans.                Joan M. Sheehan, Chair                                                  A
•    William Miller, Ph D                                                 ICADD Planning Committee                                                D
•    Eric Jensen, Ph D, University of Idaho, Public Policy
•    Steve Aos, University of Washington
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•    Dr. Lucinda Miner, Ph D                                              ICADD 2008 COMMITTEE MEMBERS
•    Reena Scypanski, Director
     New Mexico Harm Reduction Project
                                                                          Diane Baune
                                                                          Patrick Costello
                                                                                                Dennis Hardziej*
                                                                                                Sharon Harrigfeld**
                                                                                                                       Ryan Porter
                                                                                                                       Juan Saldaña
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                                                                          Chris Daniel          Deborah Holmberg       Joan Sheehan*              O
AA AND NA MEETING INFORMATION                                             Stacee Daniel         Nancy Irvin            Kathy Skippen
                                                                          Mark Emerson**        Norma Jaeger*          Pharis Stanger*            N
Once again the conference is featuring open 12-step meetings on
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings to emphasize the importance
                                                                          Bethany Gadzinski**
                                                                          Georgia Girvan*
                                                                                                John Kirsch
                                                                                                Sherri Molina
                                                                                                                       Ted Wenzel*
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of this widely available recovery support system and to provide
                                                                           *ICADD Foundation Board Member also.
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opportunities for conference attendees to experience this powerful
fellowship.
                                                                          **ICADD Foundation Board Member only.                                   R
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AL-ANON MEETING INFORMATION                                                                                                                       N
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings will feature open meetings.
                                                                                         IN APPRECIATION FOR
For over 50 years, Al-Anon has been offering hope and help                           CONFERENCE 2007 EXHIBITORS!                                  C
                                                                                         Al-Anon/Alateen Info Service Center
to families and friends of alcoholics. It is estimated that each
                                                                                                  Alcoholics Anonymous                            E
alcoholic affects the lives of at least four other people. No matter
                                                                                                 Behavior Data Systems
what relationship you have with an alcoholic, whether they are
                                                                                                  Boise Rescue Mission
still drinking or not, all who have been affected by someone else’s
                                                                                           Business Psychology Associates                         D
drinking can find solutions that lead to serenity in the Al-Anon
fellowship.
                                                                                                Chestnut Health Systems                           E
                                                                                       Crossroads Mental Health Services, Inc.
                                                                                                Crystal Meth Anonymous                            T
INTRODUCTION FROM THE CONFERENCE CHAIR
Welcome to the 24th Annual ICADD Conference, “Moving
                                                                                                   Dade Behring/SYVA                              A
                                                                                             FAS Family Resource Institute
Forward, Getting What You Need”. We would like to extend our                                           FEI.com, Inc.                              I
thanks to the Governor and Mrs. Otter and the Office of Drug                                       Hazelden Foundation
                                                                                                       Hythiam, Inc.
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Policy for joining us to present the Lifetime Achievement Award,
and to address our audience of dedicated helping professionals.                       Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections                    S
                                                                                             Idaho RADAR Network Center
Here’s the first thing you should know. From my seat as Chair of               Idaho Supreme Court - Drug Courts, Mental Health Courts
the Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency, I have                                 Intermountain Hospital of Boise
had the privilege to see the 2008- ICADD Planning Committee                         Keys of the Kingdom, Idaho’s Recovery Store
                                                                                                  Narcotics Anonymous
members meet as needed and then share information through
                                                                                       New Vision, Holy Rosary Medical Center
countless e-mails and clarifying phone calls. They brought their
                                                                                               OraSure Technologies, Inc.
attention, creativity, and patience to the table without fail. They did                        Prison Fellowship Ministries
this in addition to all their job duties to ensure that professionals                              Pure Word Ministries
in our community receive the best education and training possible                               Sterling Reference Labs
in the field of substance abuse treatment. Conference planners,                      Supportive Housing & Innovative Partnerships
Chris and Stacee Daniels, worked with all of us and with all of our                                  Vineyard Church
outstanding presenters to develop a state of the art conference.                                      Walker Center
That’s the first thing you should know.                                                            Wienhoff Drug Testing
                                                                                         YES! Youth Empowerment Services



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    William Miller, Ph D                             Lucinda (Cindy) Miner, Ph D                       Cedric Decroy
    Assuring the Basics but Going                    Neurobiology of Addiction:                        Cultural Awareness
I   Beyond: Optimizing Addiction                     Principles for Treatment
C   Treatment Outcomes                                                                                 Spiritual Keys to establishing a therapeutic
                                                                                                       alliance with Native American clients.
                                                     Advances in science have revolutionized
A   The era of “anything goes” in addiction          understanding of drug abuse and addiction
                                                                                                       Cedric Decroy has lived in the Boise area
D   treatment is coming to an end. Dr. Miller will   and shown that addiction is a complex brain
                                                     disease expressed as a form of compulsive         since 1992. He separated from the US
    address the basic evidence-based services
D   that should be provided by any system, and       behavior whose development and recovery           Air Force shortly after the Desert Storm
    the radical implications that this has for how   are shaped by behavioral experience and           War ended and began a new career with
    we provide addiction treatment. He will also     social context. Neuroimaging technologies         the Boise VA Medical Center’s substance
                                                                                                       abuse treatment team. He was able to
K   discuss how, in a post-managed-care world,       are fueling our understanding and allowing
                                                     us to see that addiction occurs as a result       develop a new treatment program that
    treatment services will need to be extended
E   and enhanced in order to optimize the            of the prolonged effects of abusable drugs        focuses on substance abuse, and PTSD,
    outcomes desired by clients and by society.      on the brain, and that it can produce long-       using traditional Native American values
Y                                                    lasting changes in brain structure and            and teachings. Mr. DeCory also acts as the
                                                                                                       Special Emphasis Program Manager
N   Dr. William R. Miller is Emeritus                neurophysiological function. Addiction is
                                                                                                       for Native American Veterans. He sits on
    Distinguished Professor of Psychology            tied to changes in brain structure function,
O   and Psychiatry at the University of New          making it fundamentally a brain disease.          the EEO committee for the Boise VA. He is
                                                     However, it is not just a brain disease, but is   the VA/Tribal Liaison for Camp Chaparral
T   Mexico, where he joined the faculty in
    1976. He served as Director of Clinical          also expressed as a compulsive behavior.          PTSD and cultural sensitivity training. He
                                                                                                       also sits on the National Diversity Sub-
E   Training for UNM’s APA-approved doctoral         Both developing and recovering from it
                                                                                                       Committee for Native American Veterans.
    program in clinical psychology and as Co-        depend on biology, behavior and social
    Director of UNM’s Center on Alcoholism,          context. Although addiction is a disease that     He is a member of the North American
                                                     is chronic and relapsing in nature, research      Indian Veterans Association and the
S   Substance Abuse and Addictions (CASAA).
    His publications include 40 books and            shows that it can be successfully treated.        Yakama Warriors Association. Mr. DeCory
P   over 400 articles and chapters. He served                                                          comes to Idaho from the Rosebud Sioux
                                                                                                       Reservation in Rosebud, South Dakota
    as principal investigator for numerous           Dr. Lucinda Miner is the Deputy Director
E   research grants and contracts, founded           of the Office of Science Policy and                and is an enrolled member of the Sic’angu
                                                     Communications (OSPC) at the National             Lakota Tribe.
A   a private practice group, and served as a
    consultant to many organizations including       Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). OSPC
K   the United States Senate, the World Health       coordinates NIDA’s legislative, constituent,
    Organization, the National Academy of            and press outreach activities as well as
E   Sciences, and the National Institutes of         oversees the institute’s research planning
R   Health. In recognition of his research           and evaluation efforts. She received her
                                                     Ph D in psychology from the University
    contributions, Dr. Miller is a recipient of
S   the international Jellinek Memorial Award,       of Colorado in 1986. Following research
    two career achievement awards from               work at the Universities of Minnesota and
    the American Psychological Association,          Pittsburgh, Dr. Miner joined NIDA in 1992
    and an Innovators Award from the Robert          to establish the Molecular Genetics Section
    Wood Johnson Foundation. He maintains            which focused on using state of the art
    an active interest in the integration of         genetic approaches to develop new animal
    spirituality and psychology. The Institute for   models of addiction. In 1996, she joined
    Scientific Information lists him as one of the    the Science Policy Branch of OSPC to
    world’s most cited scientists.                   help coordinate NIDA’s research training
                                                     program and was promoted to Chief of the
                                                     Science Policy Branch in 2000. During her
                                                     career, Dr. Miner has published numerous
                                                     papers and book chapters on the genetic
                                                     and biochemical bases of addiction.




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Larry Dewey, MD                                 Laverne Hanes-Stevens, Ph D,                      Susan Hoisington, Psy D, LP
The Burden of Killing in                        MS Ed                                             Understanding Co-occurring
Combat-Related PTSD: What is                    Faith, Race and Culture: Building                 Disorders; Our Clients’ Rights;           I
it? Why do we ignore it? And                    Upon Social and Spiritual                         Our Responsibility; A Historical          C
what can we do about it?                        Supports In Treatment Planning                    Perspective                               A
We think of PTSD as a cluster of symptoms       America has a rich diversity of cultural,   Co-occurring mental health and substance        D
                                                                                            dependency have been an issue for a
and dysfunctional adaptations that develop      ethnic and faith traditions. Yet there is often
                                                                                            number of decades, yet the focus on             D
from things (abuse, violence, natural           great reluctance to invite the introduction of
disasters) that are done to our patients by                                                 understanding and treating co-occurring
                                                spiritual and cultural content into treatment
                                                                                            mental health and substance dependency
other humans or Nature. But, as one of
my combat veterans so poignantly said,
                                                planning. When we segregate faith, race
                                                and culture from treatment experiences,
                                                                                            is a relatively new area of focus for           K
                                                                                            professionals. This presentation will address
“The things you saw and the things you          we risk losing some of the most powerful    co-occurring disorders from a historical        E
did bother you but the worst is the things
you did. They bother you a lot more than
                                                tools and supports available to clients. This
                                                session will address significant issues for
                                                                                            perspective, beginning with Bill W.             Y
                                                                                            (co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous) up
what is done to you.” We will look at one of    helping clients understand and build upon   to the present. Barriers to understanding       N
the things combat veterans do to others,        the power of social-spiritual supports for  co-occurring disorders and treatment
and explore how that has affected how           healing and recovery.                       options will be discussed as will reasons
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they think and feel about themselves over                                                   to be hopeful that as professionals we are      T
the course of their lives. I will discuss why Dr. Laverne Hanes-Stevens is the GAIN         beginning to understand the importance of
many of our standard treatments for PTSD      senior clinical consultant at Chestnut Health addressing co-occurring disorders in the
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miss the mark for these vets and what we      Systems, where she coordinates clinical       recovery process.
as counselors have to consider to more        trainings and leads in the development of
effectively treat them.                       clinical materials for the Global Appraisal
                                                                                            Dr. Susan M. Hoisington is Executive            S
                                                                                            Director of Hazelden’s Clinical Services.
                                              of Individual Needs (GAIN). She earned        She earned her Master’s in Clinical             P
Dr. Larry Dewey was born and raised on a her MS Ed in community counseling from
farm in Idaho and graduated from Meridian Duquesne University (Pittsburgh) and
                                                                                            Psychology from the University of
                                                                                            Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1989, and her
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High School in 1969. He graduated from        Ph D in Christian counseling from South       Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from         A
Harvard College, Harvard Medical School, Florida Theological Seminary (Deerfield             the University of St. Thomas in 1998.
and completed his psychiatry residency at     Beach, FL). She has worked extensively        She oversees Mental Health, Wellness            K
Yale in 1975, 1979, and 1983 respectively. in managing rehabilitative and support           Services, Standardization, Compliance and
                                                                                            Patient Safety for Hazelden. She has been
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Since 1984 he has been chief of the           programs for people diagnosed with
psychiatry service at the Boise VAMC and is substance use disorders; incarcerated           employed with Hazelden psychological            R
                                                                                            services since 1989 and has expertise in
an associate clinical professor of psychiatry women and their families; the homeless;
                                                                                            treating co-occurring disorders, addiction      S
for the University of Washington School       and at-risk youth. As the founder/director
                                                                                            and mental health issues across the full
of Medicine. For more than 25 years he        of Renewal Ministries, Inc, she conducts
                                                                                            continuum of care. She is the former
has treated combat veterans. In 2004 his      conferences and seminars that help people training director for the APA-accredited
text on treating combat veterans, War and     and organizations develop new responses       psychology pre-doctoral internship program
Redemption, was published.                    to life, using faith-based approaches. She    and an adjunct associate faculty member of
                                              frequently serves as a trainer/consultant to the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction
                                              churches and faith-based organizations to     Studies.
                                              assist with the development of substance
                                              abuse and lay-counseling programs. Dr.
                                              Hanes-Stevens is the author of The Fruit of
                                              Your Pain: Experiencing Spiritual Renewal
                                              through Seasons of Struggle.




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        Keynote Speakers present each morning of the conference. For more information on speakers and topics, see pages 3-4.

        Breakout Sessions are workshop sessions, standing alone or in a series, that lend themselves to a wide variety of topics,
S       both germane and ancillary to substance abuse treatment. The breakout sessions offer participants the opportunity to enhance their
C       knowledge, skills, and attitudes via presentations related to a variety of available resources, refreshing approaches to previously
        learned and practiced methods, and at times cutting edge or controversial approaches.
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E       Skills Courses are workshop topics leading to competency within a specific area. Skills Development Coursework allows for the
        in-depth study of a subject during the conference. The goals of undertaking one of these courses are for personal proficiency and
D       skill attainment.
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L        Monday Schedule of Events                   been found effective for people suffering     with a brief demonstration of a CBT driven
            (Keynotes: 8:45am-12:30pm)               from mental health and substance use          counseling tool that any counselor can
E                                                    problems. This workshop will also focus       learn to use effectively.
             Banquet & Award Luncheon                on ways to change assessment, services
                   12:30pm-2pm                       and systems to make integrated treatment      Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate
F                                                    really work in daily practice. The ultimate   Addiction (Part A)
                                                     goal of the day is to help you and your       Eric Martin MA, CADC III
O   Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter
                                                     team to identify how well you are serving     The National Survey on Drug Use and
    First Lady Lori Otter
R   (Invited to attend.)
                                                     those with co-occurring disorders and to      Health now reports that nearly 8% of
                                                     assist you in planning how to move to the     prescription drug abusers have acquired
                                                     next stage to change.                         drugs through the internet from foreign
             “What Works” Policy Panel
M                   2pm-4pm
                                                                                                   pharmacies. This number continues to
                                                     Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment,            grow every year. It literally drags the
O                                                    PTSD and Recovery: A Community                “street corner” into your client’s livingroom.
N   •   William Miller, Ph D                         Approach. (Part A)                            Opiate use is increasing, heroin
        (See biography on page 3.)                   Terry Tippery, LCSW                           production is accelerating worldwide, and
D   •   Eric Jensen, Ph D,                           The Boise Veterans Administration             according to TEDS Treatment Evaluation
A       University of Idaho, Public Policy           Medical Center (BVAMC) is involved in         Data, opiate admissions have nearly
    •   Steve Aos,                                   a comprehensive program of outreach           doubled since 1992. This workshop will
Y        University of Washington                    and readjustment counseling service           cover the growing threat of internet drug
    •   Dr. Lucinda Miner, Ph D                      to returning soldiers from Iraq and           access. A case will be made, through
        (See biography on page 3.)                   Afghanistan as well as a continuing           an examination of epidemiological
&   •   Reena Scypanski, Director                    community based counseling program            data, data on early-onset substance
                                                     for all other war zone veterans. Individual   abuse, and international drug control
        New Mexico Harm Reduction Project
                                                     and panel discussion will focus upon          reports, which will present a compelling
    (See description of “What Works” Policy
B                                                    issues of trauma, survival, veterans          argument that the U.S. is headed for a
    Panel on page 2.)                                who experienced sexual trauma while           major heroin epidemic. Additionally, this
R                                                    serving in the military, adaptation, PTSD,    training will cover the pharmacology and
E        Tuesday Breakout Sessions                   intervention, accommodation, resilience,      neuropharmacology of opiate addiction,
                                                     self medication, and recovery.                treatment and recovery. Drug-free,
A             (Keynote: 8:45am-9:45am)
                                                                                                   methadone, and buprenorphine treatment
K                Breakout Session 1                  Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part A)               protocols will be reviewed.
                                                     Kirk Hazen, LCSW
O                   10am-12pm
                                                     Cognitive Behavior Theory (CBT) is ideal      Class 5: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
U   Class 1: Integrating Services for                in treating drug and alcohol use in several   (MTBI)
    People with Co-occurring Substance-              ways. It can be applied to help people        Beth Fassig, Psy D
T   Related and Mental Disorders: How to             perceive reality accurately, change their     The scope of this presentation includes:
    make it really work and are you ready?           priorities in life, and change the values     •   Definition of mild traumatic brain
    (Part A)                                         that drive their behavior. CBT can also be        injury (MTBI)
S   David Mee-Lee, MD                                used to help people understand why they       •   Magnitude of MTBI
E   The addiction and mental health treatment        have emotional reactions and to teach         •   Recognizing signs and symptoms of
    fields have arisen from very different            them how to reduce the intensity of their         MTBI
S   roots. This has accounted for the ongoing        emotional reactions. This presentation        •   Exploring the complexity of
S   fragmentation that has been aggravated           is geared for the everyday counselor              emotional, behavioral, physical,
    by different training, systems and funding.      who would like to learn more about “How           cognitive, and social symptoms of
I   Clients and clinicians are separated by          to use cognitive behavioral theory in             MTBI
O   ideology and treatment orientations that         chemical dependency treatment.” We
                                                     will briefly look at the historical side CBT
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                                                                                                       MTBI in our veteran population
                                                                                                       Couples/Family dynamics and issues
    do not serve well those affected by co-
N   occurring disorders. Too often children,         and its roots in the Eastern philosophy           of grief and loss associated with
S   families, adults and older adults fall           of Zen Buddhism. Several CBT driven
                                                     therapy models including Motivational         •
                                                                                                       MTBI
                                                                                                       Return-to-work and coping strategies
    between the service and system cracks.
    This workshop will present an integrated         Interviewing, the Matrix model, and the           for patients with MTBI
    treatment model that incorporates                presenters own Unconditional Happiness
    evidence-based practices that have               model of therapy will be examined along

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Class 6: Recognizing and Responding             from trauma. This will be contrasted with          Tuesday Skills Courses
to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder              using substance abuse as a coping skill,                   Skills Courses
(FASD)                                          which is viewed as a negative, or                           10am-12pm
Ann Waller, MEd                                 self-defeating form of avoidance behavior
Do you have clients whose behavior is           that blocks natural recovery, eventually     Course I: CBT in Adolescents (Part A)
unpredictable? Do they keep repeating           leading to the development of chronic        Henry Schmidt III, Ph D
the same mistakes over and over despite         Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in
consistent consequences? It may be              many individuals. The role of Resilience
                                                                                             The majority of treatments designated as       B
                                                                                             “empirically supported treatments” (APA,
possible that the often hidden and              and Recovery in relationship to a national   Division 12) are cognitive-behavioral          R
frequently undiagnosed cause of these           tragedy, such as, 9/11 will also be
and other behavioral problems is prenatal       explored.
                                                                                             therapies (CBT) or behavioral treatments.
                                                                                             This series will begin by defining those
                                                                                                                                            E
alcohol exposure resulting in FASD. This                                                     terms, and then review established and         A
session will describe the brain damage                     Breakout Session 3                validated methods for addressing a variety
involved in FASD, the core behavioral                        3:15pm-4:45pm                   of behavioral targets. A comprehensive
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traits (with real life examples) and the first                                                approach to engaging, assessing and            O
steps to take if you believe you live or        Class 1: Integrating Services for            treating clients will be presented, with a
work with a child, youth or adult who might     People with Co-occurring Substance-          focus on the core clinical concepts and
                                                                                                                                            U
have this disability.                           Related and Mental Disorders: How            skills utilized across cognitive-behavioral    T
                                                to Make it Really Work and Are You           interventions. Part A will discuss client
           Breakout Session 2                   Ready? (Part C)                              engagement, strengthening commitment,
              1:30pm-3pm                        David Mee-Lee, MD                            diary cards and homework, and                  S
                                                (See description under Breakout              contingency management.
Class 1: Integrating Services for               Session 1, Class 1.)                                                                        E
People with Co-occurring Substance-                                                          Course II: Relationship Addiction              S
Related and Mental Disorders: How               Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment,           (Part A)
to Make it Really Work and Are You              PTSD and Recovery: A Community               Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, LISAC, CSAT           S
Ready? (Part B)                                 Approach (Part C)                            It has been said that some relationships       I
David Mee-Lee, MD                               Terry Tippery, LCSW                          are like the slow dark dance of death.
(See description under Breakout                 (See description under Breakout              Metaphorically speaking, many of our           O
Session 1, Class 1.)                            Session 1, Class 2.)                         clients are on the dance floor without ever     N
                                                                                             having had the benefit of appropriate,
Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment,              Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part C)              healthy, effective dance lessons. If left      S
PTSD and Recovery: A Community                  Kirk Hazen, LCSW                             clinically unexplored, the area relationship
Approach. (Part B)                              (See description under Breakout              dysfunction can cause a sense of
Terry Tippery, LCSW                             Session 1, Class 3.)                         unbearable loneliness and profound             &
(See description under Breakout                                                              despair. The purpose of this workshop is
Session 1, Class 2.)                            Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate           to explore this complex subject through
                                                Addiction (Part C)                           the lens of disordered attachment, past        S
Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part B)                 Eric Martin MA, CADC III
Kirk Hazen, LCSW                                (See description under Breakout
                                                                                             relational trauma, maladaptive ego states
                                                                                             and the often co-occurring ruthless
                                                                                                                                            K
(See description under Breakout                 Session 1, Class 4.)                         disease of addiction. Antecedents,             I
Session 1, Class 3.)                                                                         cycles and progression within primary
                                                Class 5: Ethics (Part B)                     relationships, as well as effective clinical
                                                                                                                                            L
Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate              Pat Aksamit, Ph D, LPCP, ACADC, MAC          interventions, will all be addressed.          L
Addiction (Part B)                              Cindy Hansen MA, ACADC, CCS
Eric Martin MA, CADC III                        (See description under Breakout              Course III: Essentials of Case
                                                                                                                                            S
(See description under Breakout                 Session 2, Class 5.)                         Management (Part A)
Session 1, Class 4.)                                                                         Jean Woodward, MHS, CHES
                                                Class 6: Alcohol Detox/Delirium              Case management is foundational to the
                                                                                                                                            C
Class 5: Ethics (Part A)                        Kate Blackburn, MD                           effective coordination of services among       O
Pat Aksamit, Ph D, LPCP, ACADC, MAC             Delirium and Alcohol Detox - lecture to      and between the various complicated
Cindy Hansen MA, ACADC, CCS                     focus on identifying delirium, in general,   systems with which substance use               U
This workshop is designed for participants      and then particularly in patients with       disorder/mental health clients must            R
seeking information regarding ethical           alcohol abuse histories to include:          interact. The purpose of this skills course
and legal issues in the field of substance       exploration of Delirium in its clinical      is to present the essential competencies       S
abuse counseling. Topics will include a         features, predisposing factors, causes,      that are required of all case managers.        E
review and discussion of ethical issues         differential diagnosis, and medical          This interactive and participatory course
pertaining to the substance abuse               management.                                  will use case studies to enhance the           S
counselor code of ethics, applying                                                           learning experience and provide practice
personal ethical standards, and problem                                                      in case management competencies.
solving as it applies to ethical dilemmas.

Class 6: Resilience/PTSD
Greg Ranlett, Ph D, ABPP
This presentation will outline the concept
of Resilience and how it relates to positive
coping skills associated with recovery
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          Tuesday Skills Courses                 deliver individualized, person-centered        Class 5: Stage II CSC Skill Building:
              (continued. . .)                   mental health and addiction services. It       Group Process/Facilitation
                 Skills Courses                  will provide the opportunity to practice       Michael Young LSW
                 1:30pm-4:45pm                   assessment and treatment planning              Robert Barnett, CADC
                                                 to better meet the needs of clients. It        This workshop will assist participants to
    Course I: CBT in Adolescents (Part B)        will offer the common language of the          clarify the Stage II group process which
    Henry Schmidt III, Ph D                      Revised Second Edition of the ASAM             focuses on practice and use of the Self
B   This session will build on Part A,           Criteria, ASAM PPC-2R, which includes          Risk Management Plan, and the New
                                                 criteria for co-occurring mental and           Thinking Practice Log. Instructors will
R   discussing specific strategies and
                                                 substance-related disorders to encourage       define expectations for participant task
    interventions that are consistently
E   included across cognitive-behavioral         more targeted service planning and             completion and participant competency
                                                 documentation.                                 putting CSC skills into practice.
A   treatments. These building blocks include:
    contingency management (part 2), client
K   skill acquisition and strengthening,         Class 2: Mindfulness in Recovery               Class 6: IDOC GAIN-Q,
                                                 Ted Burgess Jr, LCSW                           Questions and Answers
O   cognitive restructuring, cue exposure and
                                                 Entrenchment in addiction is akin to           Diane Baune
    response prevention, relapse prevention
U   and exposure treatment for trauma.           living life on autopilot, going through life   Global Appraisal of Individual Needs-
                                                 compelled by signals that exist below          Quick (GAIN-Q) instrument is a general
T                                                the surface of conscious awareness. We         assessment used to identify various life
    Course II: Relationship Addiction
    (Part B)                                     have discovered that mindfulness is a          problems among adolescents and adults
                                                 critical skill in countering these automatic   in the general population. The GAIN-Q is
S   Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, LISAC, CSAT
                                                 impulses. Mindfulness practice cultivates      not a diagnostic assessment, but rather
    (See description under Tuesday Skills
E   Courses 10am-12pm, Course II.)               awareness and skillful disengagement,          an instrument to identify areas in need of
                                                 the application of which permit the            further explorations. This session will be
S   Course III: Essentials of Case               recognition of stressful and low mood          a question and answer period for those
S   Management (Part B)                          antagonists and foster the freedom             individuals that have been trained on the
    Jean Woodward, MHS, CHES                     to choose healthier responses to the           GAIN-Q.
I   (See description under Tuesday Skills        recurrent problems we encounter in life.
O   Courses 10am-12pm, Course III.)                                                                        Breakout Session 5
                                                 Class 3: Professionals in Recovery                           1:30pm-3pm
N                                                Ryan Porter, BA, CADC
     Wednesday Breakout Sessions
S          (Keynote: 8:45am-9:45am)
                                                 John Fulmore, LMSW
                                                 The lifestyle of drug/alcohol recovery,
                                                                                                Class 1: Improving Integrated
                                                                                                Co-occurring Disorders Treatment:
                                                 coupled with a career in helping others        Individualized, Person-Centered
               Breakout Session 4
                                                 recover, presents interesting challenges.      Service Plans and Documentation
&                 10am-12pm
                                                 The high demand and stress in our              (Part B)
                                                 workplace tends to be extremely draining       David Mee-Lee, MD
    Class 1: Improving Integrated
                                                 and left unchecked can be detrimental to       (See description under Breakout
S   Co-occurring Disorders Treatment:
                                                 our mental and physical health. Come and       Session 4, Class 1.)
    Individualized, Person-Centered
K   Service Plans and Documentation
                                                 enjoy a facilitated conversation with two
                                                 individuals that will attempt to give new      Class 2: Operationalizing Issues of
I   (Part A)
                                                 meaning and language to professionals          Faith, Race and Culture in Healing and
    David Mee-Lee, MD
L   It is a challenge to integrate addiction
                                                 in recovery. Learn how addiction and           Recovery (Part A)
                                                 mental health counselors find wellness          Laverne Hanes-Stevens
L   and mental health systems. The historical
                                                 in their places of employment through a        When it comes to healing and recovery
    roots, funding traditions, differences
S   in ideology and values have created a
                                                 theoretical model of change, references        from substance use disorders and other
                                                 of leading practitioners and theorists,        addictions, an individual’s cultural history
    clash of cultures that impacts people with
                                                 and comedic anecdotal stories. Everyone        is as significant as their personal history.
    co-occurring disorders. This workshop
C   will review these culture gaps and offer
                                                 is welcome, as recovery status is not a        Equally important are the spiritual values
                                                 requirement for attendance.                    and experiences of the person, their
O   solutions to understand and address
                                                                                                community and their ancestors. This
    the differences. Even though many are
U   committed to best practices in integrated
                                                 Class 4: Nutrition and Wellness-               session looks at the “why” and the “how”
                                                 Recovery Tools to Use                          of integrating issues of faith, race and
R   dual disorders treatment, it is difficult
                                                 Laura Thomas MEd, RD, LD                       culture into treatment planning.
    to actually change clinician attitudes
S   and skills to provide truly integrated
                                                 Substance abuse affects the nutrition
                                                 status of the individual and frequently        Class 3: Optimizing Your Use of the
E   services. This workshop will also
                                                 the family, including children. Laura’s        GAIN-I
    focus on ways to change assessment,
S   services and systems to make integrated
                                                 presentation will provide an overview
                                                 of nutrition concerns for general health
                                                                                                Kipp Dana MA, LCPC
                                                                                                Target Population - those persons
    treatment really work in daily practice.
                                                 and wellness including issues related          previously trained as GAIN-I
    The ultimate goal of the day is to help
                                                 to substance abuse recovery. Tips and          administrators or Site Interviewers
    you and your team to identify how well
                                                 strategies to empower individuals will be      (currently certified or working toward
    you are serving those with co-occurring
                                                 included. Bring your taste buds! Quick         certification).
    disorders; furthermore to assist you in
                                                 and easy meal ideas will be part of the        Each of the four sessions will be a
    planning how to move to the next stage
                                                 experience. Information on free or low         Booster Session to include:
    to change services for the better. This
                                                 cost nutrition resources in the state of       •    A discussion of where you are
    workshop will also help practitioners
                                                 Idaho will also be covered.                         now in your proficiency level when
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    administering the GAIN-I,                 Class 4: Ethics (Part B) - Repeat            Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q
•   Transition from Paper and Pen to          Pat Aksamit, Ph D, LPCP, ACADC, MAC          (Part A)
    ABS,                                      Cindy Hansen MA, ACADC, CCS                  Deanna Smith, MSW
•   Basic Clinical Interpretation (The        (See description under Breakout              The Global Appraisal of Individual Needs
    Three Legged Stool - GAIN-I               Session 2, Class 5.)                         (GAIN) is being adopted statewide for
    Results, Clinical Interpretation, and                                                  use as the uniform comprehensive
    Collaborative Information),               Class 5: Substance Abuse in the              assessment for publicly funded and
•   Statewide implementation of the           Workplace: Implications for Treatment        sanctioned treatment for substance use          B
    GAIN-I - Issues and time table.           Pat Neeser, LCSW                             disorders. This instrument includes a
                                              This presentation will be approached         shorter version (GAIN-Q) that will become
                                                                                                                                           R
Class 4: Ethics (Part A) - Repeat             from the point of an AOD treatment           the standard for Idaho court ordered            E
Pat Aksamit, Ph D, LPCP, ACADC, MAC           professional as they might interface         DUI assessments. This training will offer
Cindy Hansen MA, ACADC, CCS                   with employers. AOD counselors should        participants the ability to administer          A
(See description under Breakout               be able to use knowledge gained to           this assessment instrument and print a          K
Session 2, Class 5)                           encourage employers to treat substance       thorough report. The training will also
                                              abuse in the workplace seriously. The        provide an understanding of further steps       O
Class 5: Stage II CSC Skill Building:         demographics of workplace substance          required to become a certified GAIN-Q            U
Group Process/Facilitation - Repeat           abuse are covered. A rationale is            administrator in Idaho.
Michael Young LSW                             presented as to the potential benefits                                                        T
Robert Barnett, CADC                          employers gain when substance abusing        Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Part A)
(See description under Breakout               employees find recovery. The question         Henry Schmidt III, Ph D
Session 4, Class 5.)                          “How do I recognize a substance abusing      Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a         S
                                              employee and what should I do then?”         comprehensive treatment for complex,            E
Class 6: Behavior Change Strategies           is looked at in depth. Treatment options     behaviorally disordered clients [Linehan,
with Youthful Offenders - Substance           and the importance of a smooth treatment     1993 a,b]. In several randomized trials         S
Abuse (Part A)                                referral are discussed.                      DBT has been found effective at reducing        S
Frankie Lemus                                                                              some of the most self-destructive
Scott Covert                                  Class 6: Behavior Change Strategies          behaviors related to personality disorders      I
This first of four 90-minute workshops
covers the damaging consequences of
                                              with Youthful Offenders - Co-occurring
                                              Disorders (Part B)
                                                                                           and drug abuse. Standard DBT was
                                                                                           adapted for use with drug-dependent
                                                                                                                                           O
substance abuse among adolescents             Frankie Lemus                                women meeting criteria for BPD and              N
today. Learn concrete methods for helping     Scott Covert                                 concurrent Axis I disorders [Linehan,
youthful offenders recover from their         The second in our four-part 90-minute        Schmidt, Dimeff, et al, 1999]. Treatment
                                                                                                                                           S
dependency on alcohol and other drugs.        series focuses on the fact that over 75%     providers have subsequently adapted and
This experiential workshop includes           of adolescents receiving assessments         implemented this treatment in a variety of
current strategies for countering lifestyle   are diagnosed (DSM IV criteria) as having    settings, including outpatient adolescent,
                                                                                                                                           &
imbalances, developing coping skills, and     co-occurring disorders. Experience           inpatient psychiatric, and adult and
managing high-risk situations. The use of     how to manage co-occurring disorders         juvenile forensic and criminal justice
Interactive Journaling® as an evidence        from a nationally recognized integrated      settings. This workshop reviews standard
                                                                                                                                           S
based model for cognitive skill building      approach. Learn cognitive-behavioral         DBT, discusses the recommended                  K
and changing criminal behaviors in youth      techniques and strategies for youth          adaptations for substance abusers, and
with be discussed.                            who have co-existing mental health and       clarifies the DBT treatment modalities           I
                                              substance-related conditions. Material is    and functions required to implement             L
          Breakout Session 6                  tailored to those facing legal problems as   this comprehensive treatment with
            3:15pm-4:45pm                     a result of criminal behavior. The use of    adolescents. Existing applications are          L
                                              Interactive Journaling® as an evidence       examined and skill building practice in         S
Class 1: Improving Integrated                 based model for cognitive skill building     DBT core strategies is provided. The
Co-occurring Disorders Treatment:             and changing criminal behaviors in youth     challenges of training teams of providers,
Individualized, Person-Centered               with be discussed.                           resource allocation, and working with           C
Service Plans and Documentation                                                            mandated clients will also be discussed.
(Part C)                                         Wednesday Skills Courses                                                                  O
David Mee-Lee, MD                                          Skills Courses                  Course VI: Clinical Supervision II              U
(See description under Breakout                             10am-12pm                      (Part A)
Session 4, Class 1.)                                                                       John Porter, MS                                 R
Class 2: Operationalizing Issues of
                                              Course II: Relationship Addiction            Clinical Supervision II is a
                                                                                           follow-up to Clinical Supervision I. In CS
                                                                                                                                           S
                                              (Part C)
Faith, Race and Culture in Healing and        Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, LISAC, CSAT         II, participants will have the opportunity      E
Recovery (Part B)                                                                          to review the model of supervision taught
Laverne Hanes-Stevens
                                              (See description under Tuesday Skills
                                                                                           in CS I and share information regarding
                                                                                                                                           S
                                              Courses 10am-12pm, Course II)
(See description under Breakout                                                            agency implementation. In addition,
Session 5, Class 2.)                          Course III: Essentials of Case               CS II offers participants the opportunity
                                              Management (Part C)                          to practice the corrective interview.
Class 3: Optimizing Your Use of the           Jean Woodward, MHS, CHES                     Participants will participate in a section on
GAIN-I - Repeat                               (See description under Tuesday Skills        Professional Boundaries and Ethics and
Kipp Dana MA, LCPC                            Courses 10am-12pm, Course III.)              the opportunity to explore The CHANGE
(See description under Breakout                                                            Book as well as develop a plan for agency
Session 5, Class 3.)                                                                       change.
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        Wednesday Skills Courses                 personality development with a review         hope for the patient’s recovery. This
            (continued. . .)                     of the DSM-IV-TR personality disorders.       session will provide review and education
                  Skills Courses                 We will focus on borderline personality       about integrated treatment approaches.
                 1:30pm-4:45pm                   disorder (BPD), including the DSM-IV-TR
                                                 diagnostic criteria, the behavioral issues    Class 2: Integrated Treatment for Dual
    Course II: Relationship Addiction            in treating BPD and treatment targets.        Diagnosis
    (Part D)                                     We will discuss substance abuse issues        Kathryn Anderson, Ph D
B   Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, LISAC, CSAT         in treatment of individuals with BPD and      Objectives:
                                                 do an overview of the Dialectical Behavior    1. Understand sequential treatment and
R   (See description under Tuesday Skills
                                                 Therapy (DBT) principles for management            parallel treatment versus Integrated
    Courses 10am-12pm, Course II.)
E                                                of BPD.                                            treatment
                                                                                               2. The principles of integrated treatment
A   Course III: Essentials of Case
    Management (Part D)                          Class 3: Recognizing and Responding           3. Different types of groups for
K   Jean Woodward, MHS, CHES                     to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder                 treatment
    (See description under Tuesday Skills        (FASD) - Repeat                               4. Individual and family therapy work
O   Courses 10am-12pm, Course III.)              Ann Waller, MEd                               5. The importance of aftercare.
U                                                (See description under Breakout Session       This program will present an overview
    Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q           1, Class 6.)                                  of integrated treatment for patients with
T   (Part B)                                                                                   Mental Illness and Dependence. Based
    Deanna Smith, MSW                            Class 4: Optimizing Your Use of the           on the manual Integrated Treatment for
    (See description under Wednesday Skills      GAIN-I - Repeat                               Dual Disorders (Mueser, K, et al, 2003),
S   Courses 10am-12pm, Course IV.)               Kipp Dana MA, LCPC                            the emphasis will be on workable ways
                                                 (See description under Breakout Session       to combine psychological services with
E                                                5, Class 3.)                                  substance abuse services into a cohesive
    Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Part B)
S   Henry Schmidt III, Ph D                                                                    unitary system of care.
                                                 Class 5: Working with the Attachment
S   (See description under Wednesday Skills
                                                 Side of Addiction (Adult)                     Class 3: Behavior Change Strategies
    Courses 10am-12pm, Course V.)
I                                                Thomas (Tom) Hogan, LMSW, CADC                with Youthful Offenders - Criminal
                                                 Charles (Charlie) Pohl, LCSW,CGP              Thinking and Behavior (Part C)
O   Course VI: Clinical Supervision II
                                                 Working with addictions invariably            Frankie Lemus
    (Part B)
N   John Porter, MS                              means reworking attachments, shifting         Scott Covert
                                                 the attachment from the substance to          The third in our four-part 90-minute
S   (See description under Wednesday Skills
                                                 others in the recovery community which        workshops will take a cognitive-behavioral
    Courses 10am-12pm, Course VI.)
                                                 facilitates coping with various difficult      look at the big eight criminal thinking
                                                 feelings that emerge in early recovery.       errors. We will explore the impact of self-
&      Thursday Breakout Sessions                However, depending on the quality of          talk, beliefs and values on the actions
           (Keynote: 8:45am-9:45am)
                                                 attachments an addict has had in life,        that lead youthful offenders to make poor
                                                 the ability to negotiate the shift and        decisions, while learning cutting edge
S              Breakout Session 7
                                                 trust others enough to be open may be         techniques for responsible thinking and
                  10am-12pm
K                                                easier or more difficult. The impact of        developing a healthy personality through
                                                 life attachments and their assessment is      the power of positive thought. The use of
I   Class 1: Co-occuring Disorders:
                                                 explored and encouraged.                      Interactive Journaling® as an evidence
    Differential Diagnostic Issues (Part A)
L   Susan Hoisington, Psy D, LP
                                                                                               based model for cognitive skill building
                                                 Class 6: Early Intervention,                  and changing criminal behaviors in youth
L   Chemical use can both mask and mimic
                                                 Motivational Interviewing                     with be discussed.
    mental health conditions. Assessment
S   of both substance use and mental
                                                 David Sup, RN
                                                 In this session the 2600 year old practice    Class 4: Optimizing Your Use of the
    health issues is essential to appropriate
                                                 of mindfulness will be explored as a way      GAIN-I - Repeat
    diagnosis and treatment. This session will
C   address blocks to accurate assessment,
                                                 to enhance the connection formed during
                                                 initial interviews with substance abuse
                                                                                               Kipp Dana MA, LCPC
                                                                                               (See description under Breakout
O   and identify mechanisms to ensure
    accurate assessment.
                                                 treatment candidates. Participants will       Session 5, Class 3.)
                                                 engage in mindful meditation practices
U                                                that can deepen their experience of the       Class 5: Building Character Through
R   Class 2: Borderline Personality
    Disorder: Overview of Diagnostic and
                                                 present moment. These practices then          Social and Emotional Intelligence
                                                 applied to the interview process can          Sue Billington-Wade
S   Treatment Issues with a Focus on
                                                 enhance outcomes for both the client and      Our societies are leading our young
    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
E   (Adults)
                                                 clinician.                                    people to make harmful choices. Walkin’
                                                                                               The Talk’s, “Know Thyself ~ Socrates”
S   Camille LaCroix, MD
                                                           Breakout Session 8                  workbook gives children the opportunity
    One of the most challenging classes of
                                                              1:30pm-3pm                       to be accountable and understand the
    disorders for mental health providers
                                                                                               personal power of integrity. They are
    to assess and treat is the personality
                                                 Class 1: Co-occuring Disorders:               inspired to tell themselves the truth about
    disorders. These disorders are often
                                                 Integrated Treatment Strategies               their choices, and why they have made
    co-morbid with substance abuse
                                                 (Part B)                                      them. They learn “how to” think about their
    disorders, making them even more of
                                                 Susan Hoisington, Psy D, LP                   emotions when they are not “in” them.
    a treatment challenge. In this course,
                                                 Research suggests that an integrated          They become socially and emotionally
    participants will get an overview of
                                                 treatment approach offers the best clinical   literate, a key to making healthier choices.
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Class 6: DUI: What is Needed?                  Class 3: Behavior Change Strategies                Thursday Skills Courses
Judge Thomas P Watkins,                        with Youthful Offenders- Social                             Skills Courses
4th Judicial District Magistrate Court         Pressures and Criminal Peer                                  10am-12pm
Valerie Gardner,                               Influences (Part D)
Bonneville County Probation                    Frankie Lemus                                  Course III: Essentials of Case
Steve Conger,                                  Scott Covert                                   Management (Part E)
Twin Falls County Probation                    The last in our four-part 90-minute series     Jean Woodward, MHS, CHES
Cindy Hawkley,                                 on youthful offenders will focus on an         (See description under Tuesday Skills        B
Bannock County Probation                       area that has a major influence of today’s      Courses 10am-12pm, Course III.)
Moderator: Pharis Stanger,                     youth yet is seldom the focus of treatment                                                  R
DUI Evaluator licensing, Department of         - criminal peer relationships! Be a part of    Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q           E
Health and Welfare                             the cutting edge work being implemented        (Part C)
Judicial and probation panel discussion.       with US Administrative Office of the            Deanna Smith, MSW                            A
A panel presentation by judges and DUI         Courts and learn strategies for developing     (See description under Wednesday Skills      K
probation officers on issues and needs          healthy peer and family relationships with     Courses 10am-12pm, Course IV.)
concerning DUI evaluations and treatment       an emphasis on social values. The use of                                                    O
of DUI offenders.                              Interactive Journaling® as an evidence         Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Part C)        U
                                               based model for cognitive skill building       Henry Schmidt III, Ph D
           Breakout Session 9                  and changing criminal behaviors in youth       (See description under Wednesday Skills      T
             3:15pm-4:45pm                     with be discussed.                             Courses 10am-12pm, Course V.)

Class 1: Co-occuring Disorders:                Class 4: The Art and Practice of               Course VI: Clinical Supervision II           S
Compliance Issues and Continuing               Mindful Living
Care Needs (Part C)                            Christina Berg, MPH
                                                                                              (Part C)                                     E
                                                                                              John Porter, MS
Susan Hoisington, Psy D, LP                    Mindfulness is a process of learning to        (See description under Wednesday Skills      S
The field is stressing the importance of        pay attention in the present moment so
improving recovery rates as an important       one can be open to experience life at
                                                                                              Courses 10am-12pm, Course VI.)               S
indicator of outcomes. Individuals with        its fullest. This session is designed to                   Skills Courses                   I
co-occurring disorders have historically       help one explore the art and practice of
faced different challenges in their recovery   mindfulness and meditation and how to
                                                                                                          1:30pm-4:45pm                    O
process. This session will address             apply it to everyday living. Participants      Course III: Essentials of Case               N
recovery complications posed by                will discover how this practice can help       Management (Part F)
co-occurring symptoms.                         reduce stress, enhance productivity and        Jean Woodward, MHS, CHES
                                                                                                                                           S
                                               creativity, and lead to more meaningful        (See description under Tuesday Skills
Class 2: Youth Complex Trauma                  relationships and personal insights.           Courses 10am-12pm, Course III.)
and Substance Abuse: Examples                                                                                                              &
of Identification and Treatment with            Class 5: Substance Abuse and the               Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q
American Indian and Irish Populations          Brain: Effects on Treatment                    (Part D)
Ken Coll, Ph D, LCPC, MAC                      Sara Dolan, Ph D                               Deanna Smith, MSW
                                                                                                                                           S
Many helping professionals who prepare         Biological etiologies for substance use        (See description under Wednesday Skills      K
clinical treatment plans often do not          disorders have been proposed throughout        Courses 10am-12pm, Course IV.)
have an in-depth understanding of              the ages, dating from Hippocrates’s                                                         I
how to comprehensively assess risk             conviction that what ultimately became         Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Part C)        L
and resiliency factors and track the           known as alcoholism was a disease of           Henry Schmidt III, Ph D
motivations of traumatized substance           the brain. A number of studies have            (See description under Wednesday Skills      L
abusing youth in a manner that will            shown that brain dysfunction in many           Courses 10am-12pm, Course V.)                S
produce successful results. This workshop      areas - including the diencephalon, the
assists in helping professionals to            parietal cortex, and the frontal cortex - is   Course VI: Clinical Supervision II
understand how first to recognize these
risk and protective factors and then how
                                               present in these individuals, and we are
                                               now in a position to study how it relates to
                                                                                              (Part D)                                     C
                                                                                              John Porter, MS
to convert this recognition to treatment       treatment process and outcome.                 (See description under Wednesday Skills      O
planning and delivery. The workshop also
explains a proven method for analyzing         Class 6: Idaho DUI Court Guidelines
                                                                                              Courses 10am-12pm, Course VI.)               U
the array of risk and protective factors for   Norma Jaeger, MS                                                                            R
optimal implementation of best treatment       Scott Ronan, MA
practices for traumatized individuals          A presentation of Idaho DUI Court
                                                                                                                                           S
and substance abusing youth. Failing           guidelines for effectiveness and                                                            E
to comprehensively assess, then select         evaluation. The presentation will provide
and implement best practice treatment          treatment providers and others with an
                                                                                                                                           S
approaches, is a common error helping          understanding of the requirement and
professionals make in the treatment            practices in the State’s DUI Courts. The
planning and implementation process. It        presentation will also include results from
has often led to poor treatment outcomes       the Idaho DUI Court outcome evaluation.
for traumatized and substance abusing
youth.


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24th Annual Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency
                  Skills Development Courses and Breakout Sessions
Tuesday, May 20
Skills Courses
   Skills Course I: CBT in Adolescents, Henry Schmidt, (Day 1 of 1) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
   Skills Course II: Relationship Addiction, Caroline Smith, (Day 1 of 2) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
   Skills Course III: Essentials of Case Management, Jean Woodward (Day 1 of 3) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
Breakout Session 1 (10am-12pm)
   Class 1: Integrating Services for People with Co-occurring Substance-Related and Mental Disorders: How to Make it
   Really Work and Are You Ready? (Part A), David Mee-Lee
   Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment, PTSD and Recovery: A Community Approach. (Part A), Terry Tippery
   Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part A), Kirk Hazen
   Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate Addiction (Part A), Eric Martin
   Class 5: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI), Beth Fassig
   Class 6: Recognizing and Responding to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Ann Waller
Breakout Session 2 (1:30pm-3pm)
   Class 1: Integrating Services for People with Co-occurring Substance-Related and Mental Disorders: How to Make it
   Really Work and Are You Ready? (Part B), David Mee-Lee
   Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment, PTSD and Recovery: A Community Approach. (Part B), Terry Tippery
   Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part B), Kirk Hazen
   Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate Addiction (Part B), Eric Martin
   Class 5: Ethics (Part A), Pat Aksamit, Cindy Hansen
   Class 6: Resilience/PTSD, Greg Ranlett
Breakout Session 3 (3:15pm-4:45pm)
   Class 1: Integrating Services for People with Co-occurring Substance-Related and Mental Disorders: How to Make it
   Really Work and Are You Ready? (Part C), David Mee-Lee
   Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment, PTSD and Recovery: A Community Approach (Part C), Terry Tippery
   Class 3: CBT in Adults - (Part C), Kirk Hazen
   Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate Addiction (Part C), Eric Martin
   Class 5: Ethics (Part B), Pat Aksamit, Cindy Hansen
   Class 6: Alcohol Detox/Delirium, Kathleen Blackburn
Wednesday, May 21
Skills Courses
   Skills Course II: Relationship Addiction, Caroline Smith, (Day 2 of 2) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
   Skills Course III: Essentials of Case Management, Jean Woodward (Day 2 of 3) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
   Skills Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q, Deanna Smith ( Day 1 of 2) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
   Skills Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Part A), Henry Schmidt (Day 1 of 2) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
   Skills Course VI: Clinical Supervision II, John Porter, (Day 1 of 2) 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
Breakout Session 4 (10am-12pm)
   Class 1: Improving Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment: Individualized, Person-Centered Service Plans and
   Documentation (Part A), David Mee-Lee
   Class 2: Mindfulness in Recovery, Ted Burgess
   Class 3: Professionals in Recovery, Ryan Porter, John Fulmore
   Class 4: Nutrition and Wellness - Recovery Tools to Use, Laura Thomas
   Class 5: Stage II CSC Skill Building: Group Process/Facilitation, Michael Young, Robert Barnett
   Class 6: IDOC Gain-Q, Questions and Answers, Diane Baune
Wednesday continued on reverse. . .
Wednesday, May 21 continined. . .
Breakout Session 5 (1:30pm-3pm)
   Class 1: Improving Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment: Individualized, Person-Centered Service Plans and
   Documentation (Part B), David Mee-Lee
   Class 2: Operationalizing Issues of Faith, Race and Culture in Healing and Recovery (Part A), Laverne Hanes-Stevens
   Class 3: Optimizing Your Use of the GAIN-I, Kipp Dana
   Class 4: Ethics (Part A), Repeat, Pat Aksamit, Cindy Hansen
   Class 5: Stage II CSC Skill Building: Group Process/Facilitation, Michael Young, Robert Barnett
   Class 6: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders - Substance Abuse (Part A), Frankie Lemus, Scott Covert
Breakout Session 6 (3:15pm-4:45pm)
   Class 1: Improving Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment: Individualized, Person-Centered Service Plans and
   Documentation (Part C), David Mee-Lee
   Class 2: Operationalizing Issues of Faith, Race and Culture in Healing and Recovery (Part B), Laverne Hanes-Stevens
   Class 3: Optimizing Your Use of the GAIN-I, Repeat, Kipp Dana
   Class 4: Ethics (Part B), Repeat, Pat Aksamit, Cindy Hansen
   Class 5: Substance Abuse in the Workplace: Implications for Treatment, Pat Neeser
   Class 6: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders - Co-occurring Disorders (Part B), Frankie Lemus,
   Scott Covert
Thursday, May 22
Skills Courses
   Skills Course III: Essentials of Case Management (Day 3 of 3), Jean Woodward
   Skills Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q (Day 2 of 2), Deanna Smith
   Skills Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Day 2 of 2), Henry Schmidt
   Skills Course VI: Clinical Supervision II (Day 2 of 2), John Porter
Breakout Session 7 (10am-12pm)
   Class 1: Co-occuring Disorders: Differential Diagnostic Issues (Part A), Susan Hoisington
   Class 2: Borderline Personality Disorder: Overview of Diagnostic and Treatment Issues with a Focus on Dialectical
   Behavior Therapy (DBT) (Adults), Camille LaCroix
   Class 3: Recognizing and Responding to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Repeat, Ann Waller
   Class 4: Optimizing Your Use of the GAIN-I, Repeat, Kipp Dana
   Class 5: Working with the Attachment Side of Addiction (Adult), Tom Hogan, Charlie Pohl
   Class 6: Early Intervention, Motivational Interviewing, David Sup
Breakout Session 8 (1:30pm-3pm)
   Class 1: Co-occuring Disorders: Integrated Treatment Strategies, (Part B), Susan Hoisington
   Class 2: Integrated Treatment for Dual Diagnosis, Kathryn Anderson
   Class 3: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders - Criminal Thinking and Behavior (Part C),
   Frankie Lemus, Scott Covert
   Class 4: Optimizing Your Use of the GAIN-I, Repeat, Kipp Dana
   Class 5: Building Character Through Social and Emotional Intelligence, Sue Billington-Wade
   Class 6: DUI: What is Needed? Thomas Watkins, Valerie Gardner, Steve Conger, Cindy Hawkley
Breakout Session 9 (3:15pm-4:45pm)
   Class 1: Co-occuring Disorders: Compliance Issues and Continuing Care Needs (Part C), Susan Hoisington
   Class 2: Youth Complex Trauma and Substance Abuse: Examples of Identification and Treatment with American Indian
   and Irish Populations, Ken Coll
   Class 3: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders - Social Pressures and Criminal Peer Influences (Part D),
   Frankie Lemus, Scott Covert
   Class 4: The Art and Practice of Mindful Living, Christina Berg
   Class 5: Substance Abuse and the Brain: Effects on Treatment, Sara Dolan
   Class 6: Idaho DUI Court Guidelines, Norma Jaeger, Scott Ronan
                Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency 2008 Registration Form
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                        Call 208-466-2519 or email info@attendicadd.com with questions.
           Complete form and mail or fax to ICADD, PO Box 1311, Meridian ID 83680, Fax: 208-466-7693.
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CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:                                                               CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
•  A maximum of 29 hours will be available.                                                 •  4 days of workshops
•  Contact hours verification of attendance forms                                            •  Conference handout materials
   will be stamped at the end of each session.                                              •  Contact hours verification of attendance form
                                                                                            •  Parking garage access
                                                                                               (Free parking in designated areas on campus.)
                                                                                            •  Monday banquet lunch
REGISTRATION FEES:
(Please select one option)                 Before April 7, 2008            April 7-27, 2008                   Onsite walk-up registration
Four-Day Rate                              $250/person______               $335/person______                  $360/person______
Daily Rate                                 $140/person______               $190/person______                  $215/person______
Four-Day Full-time Student Rate            $155/person______               $190/person ______                 $215/person______
(No daily rate available for students.)


DAYS ATTENDING ICADD:                                                      LUNCH AT TABLE ROCK CAFÉ:
   Monday                                                                  I intend to purchase a lunch ticket to have lunch at the Table Rock
   Tuesday                                                                 Café in the Student Union Building. (Tickets will be purchased on site.)
   Wednesday                                                                     Tuesday
   Thursday                                                                      Wednesday
                                                                                 Thursday

PRE-REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
No Registrations will be accepted after April 27, 2008. Mailed registrations must be postmarked by April 27, 2008 to make the
deadline.
SUBSTITUTION POLICY AND DEADLINES:
All substitutions must be submitted in writing. Substitutions received prior to April 28, 2008 are allowed without penalty. Substitutions
received on or after April 28, 2008 will be charged a $50 processing fee.
CANCELLATION POLICY AND DEADLINES:
All cancellations must be submitted in writing. A $50 processing fee will be withheld from all refunds prior to April 28, 2008. There will
be no refunds on or after April 28, 2008.
PAYMENT INFORMATION:
Payment must accompany registration. Registration fees sent by mail are due to be post marked by April 27, 2008 and must include full
payment. Please indicate amount and payment method.

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                                                       (Must be accurate or registration will be declined.)


             See full schedule and select Skills Courses and Breakout Sessions on other side of this form.
                       (Fax only credit payments to 208-466-7693. Please fax both sides of form.)
                                         ICADD 2008 Breakout Sessions and Skills Courses
                                        Please check the box next to each session/course you plan to attend.

Skills Development Courses
If you select a Skills Development Course, DO NOT sign up for Breakout Sessions that have a scheduling conflict.

    Skills Course I: CBT in Adolescents - Tuesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
    Skills Course II: Relationship Addiction - Tuesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm, Wednesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
    Skills Course III: Essentials of Case Management - Tuesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm, Wednesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm,
    Thursday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
    Skills Course IV: DUI Evaluators - GAIN-Q - Wednesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm, Thursday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
    Skills Course V: DBT in Adolescents (Part A) - Wednesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm, Thursday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm
    Skills Course VI: Clinical Supervision II - Wednesday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm, Thursday 10am-12pm & 1:30pm-4:45pm

Breakout Sessions
IMPORTANT! Please read before choosing Breakout Sessions. Breakout Sessions and Skills Development Courses run concurrently. If you have
selected a Skills Development Course, DO NOT sign up for Breakout Sessions that conflict with the Skills Development Course for which you have
already registered. If you wish to attend Breakout Sessions, please indicate your choices for each of the nine sessions.

Monday, May 20
Keyontes 8:45am-10am, 10:20am-11:45am, & 11:45am-12:30pm
Policy Panel 2pm-4pm

Tuesday, May 20 Keynote 8:45am-9:45am
Session 1, 10am-12pm                                                           Class 5: Stage II CSC Skill Building: Group Process/Facilitation,
    Class 1: Integrating Services for People with Co-occurring                 Repeat
    Substance-Related and Mental Disorders: How to Make it Really              Class 6: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders -
    Work and Are You Ready? (Part A)                                           Substance Abuse (Part A)
    Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment, PTSD and Recovery: A                Session 6, 3:15pm-4:45pm
    Community Approach (Part A)                                                Class 1: Improving Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment:
    Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part A)                                            Individualized, Person-Centered Service Plans and Documentation
    Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate Addiction (Part A)                      (Part C)
    Class 5: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI)                                Class 2: Operationalizing Issues of Faith, Race and Culture In
    Class 6: Recognizing and Responding to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum              Healing and Recovery (Part B)
    Disorder (FASD)                                                            Class 3: Optimizing your Use of the GAIN-I, Repeat
Session 2, 1:30pm-3pm                                                          Class 4: Ethics (Part B), Repeat
    Class 1: Integrating Services for People with Co-occurring                 Class 5: Substance Abuse in the Workplace; Implications for
    Substance-Related and Mental Disorders: How to make it Really              Treatment
    Work and Are You Ready? (Part B)                                           Class 6: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders -
    Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment, PTSD and Recovery: A                    Co-occurring Disorders (Part B)
    Community Approach (Part B)
    Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part B)                                        Thursday, May 22 Keynote 8:45am-9:45am
    Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate Addiction (Part B)                  Session 7, 10am-12pm
    Class 5: Ethics (Part A)                                                   Class 1: Co-Occuring Disorders: Differential Diagnostic Issues
    Class 6: Resilience/PTSD                                                   (Part A)
Session 3, 3:15pm-4:45pm                                                       Class 2: Borderline Personality Disorder: Overview of Diagnostic
    Class 1: Integrating Services for People with Co-occurring                 and Treatment Issues with a Focus on Dialectical Behavior Therapy
    Substance-Related and Mental Disorders: How to Make it Really              (DBT) (Adults)
    Work and Are You Ready? (Part C)                                           Class 3: Recognizing and Responding to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum
    Class 2: Adjustment, Readjustment, PTSD and Recovery: A                    Disorder (FASD), Repeat
    Community Approach (Part C)                                                Class 4: Optimizing your Use of the GAIN-I, Repeat
    Class 3: CBT in Adults (Part C)                                            Class 5: Working with the Attachment Side of Addiction (Adult)
    Class 4: Internet Drugs and Opiate Addiction (Part C)                      Class 6: Early Intervention, Motivational Interviewing
    Class 5: Ethics (Part B)                                               Session 8, 1:30pm-3pm
    Class 6: Alchol Detox/Delirium                                             Class 1: Co-Occuring Disorders: Integrated Treatment Strategies,
                                                                               (Part B)
Wednesday, May 21 Keynote 8:45am-9:45am                                        Class 2: Integrated Treatment for Dual Diagnosis
Session 4, 10am-12pm                                                           Class 3: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders -
    Class 1: Improving Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment:            Criminal Thinking and Behavior (Part C)
    Individualized, Person-Centered Service Plans and Documentation            Class 4: Optimizing Your Use of the GAIN-I, Repeat
    (Part A)                                                                   Class 5: Building Character Through Social and Emotional
    Class 2: Mindfulness in Recovery                                           Intelligence
    Class 3: Professionals in Recovery                                         Class 6: DUI: What is Needed?
    Class 4: Nutrition and Wellness - Recovery Tools to Use                Session 9, 3:15pm-4:45pm
    Class 5: Stage II CSC Skill Building: Group Process/Facilitation           Class 1: Co-Occuring Disorders: Compliance Issues and Continuing
    Class 6: IDOC Gain-Q, Questions and Answers                                Care Needs (Part C)
Session 5, 1:30pm-3pm                                                          Class 2: Youth Complex Trauma and Substance Abuse: Examples
    Class 1: Improving Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment:            of Identification and Treatment with American Indian and Irish
    Individualized, Person-Centered Service Plans and Documentation            Populations
    (Part B)                                                                   Class 3: Behavior Change Strategies with Youthful Offenders -
    Class 2: Operationalizing Issues of Faith, Race and Culture In             Social Pressures and Criminal Peer Influences (Part D)
    Healing and Recovery (Part A)                                              Class 4: The Art and Practice of Mindful Living
    Class 3: Optimizing Your Use of the GAIN-I                                 Class 5: Substance Abuse and the Brain: Effects on Treatment
    Class 4: Ethics (Part A), Repeat                                           Class 6: Idaho DUI Court Guidelines

				
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