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Thank you so much for attending the 2016 Clinical Institute.  We hope that you will take away practical knowledge that you can begin using immediately in your practice.  Please click the titles of the presentations to find the handouts and reference materials from the conference.  Some presenters preferred to supply their handouts after the conference.  They will be posted by close of business on Friday, May 6th.  Some presenters prefer to be contacted directly for the resources.  For those presenters, I have included a link to their email addresses.  Thank you again for choosing NASW-NC for your CE needs.  We hope to see you at a future conference.



 Additional Handouts

Keynote Address: The Balancing Act: Ethical Practice in an Environment of Privatization and Deregulation  


M1:  Substance Abuse Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment


M2:  Practical Applications of Mindfulness Strategies to Support Child and Adolescent Mental Health


M3:  Subpoenas: Reading the Fine Print   


M4:  Family Dynamics and Addictions Treatment


M5:  Good Grief: The Basics for a Grief Friendly Clinical Toolbox


M6:  Effective Interventions For Eating Disorders in Outpatient Settings


M7:  Addressing the Role of Exercise Among Clients with Eating Disorders


M8:  Minute-by-Minute Conscious Living: How Mindfulness Helps You and Your Work With Clients


M9:  Developing the Behavioral Health Workforce


T1: LGBTQ Affirmative Practice in Addictions Prevention and Treatment


T2:  Countertransference: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly 


T3:  Complex Cases in a Medical Setting: The Many Shades of Gray 

T4:  Facilitating Client Engagement in Outpatient Substance Abuse

T5:  Compliance in Private Practice: Model for Documentation and Delivery    

T6:  Putting the SUPER in Supervisor: How to Excel and Inspire in Clinical

T7:  Opioid Use Disorder and Medication Assisted Treatment

T8:  Equality Overlooked - Examining Co-occurring Disorders in the LGBT Community 

T9:  Guided Trauma Informed Principles: What Are They?  

T10:  Self-Care and Ethical Awareness as it Relates to Recovering Professionals  


T11:  Medicare Competitive Bidding Program


T12:  An Introductory Exploration: Hip Hop Therapy with Adolescents 


Keynote Address: Ethics and Risk Management in the New Era of Social Work


W1:  The Anatomy of Recovery 


W2:  State Resources for Providers  


W3:  The Behavioral Health Kaleidoscope of Geriatric Care: An Inpatient Perspective


W4:  Recovery of the Brain: The New Paradigm of Treatment


W5:  The Debrief Imperative: Support for Ourselves and Colleagues


W6:  LME/MCO, ACO and Integrated Care; Implications for Ethical Social Work Practice


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