CE Credits : 1
Integrating Treatment for Co-occurring Mental Health Conditions is organized by CEmobile, LLC.
Course Credit(s): 1 CE Credit or Hour
This course reviews integrated treatment for individuals with co-occurring alcohol use disorder (AUD) and mental health conditions (MHCs), highlighting, in particular, the heterogeneity that exists among individuals with co-occurring conditions and the importance of considering factors related to both AUD and MHCs when recommending treatment interventions. The course examines screening and assessment of AUD and MHCs, including the importance of considering the severity and effects of each disorder when recommending treatment settings, and describes available types of integrated treatment, including comprehensive integrated treatment for serious mental illness and AUD.
Integrated treatment is considered the standard of care for individuals with co-occurring AUD and MHCs but implementing it in both substance use disorder and mental health treatment centers has been difficult. The course concludes with a discussion of these challenges, innovative models that have been developed to address some of these challenges, and the need for continued innovation and research to improve our understanding and delivery of integrated treatment.
• Summarize the prevalence of co-occurring AUD and MHCs, screening tools to identify individuals with symptoms of AUD and MHCs, and subsequent assessment of co-occurring disorders
• Delineate types of integrated treatment and current challenges to integrate treatment for co-occurring disorders effectively
• Analyze innovative uses of technology to improve education on co-occurring disorders and treatment delivery
Note:- This course does not expire.
Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Psychiatry, Clinical Psychology
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