Continuing Education

Everything we do is designed for deep practice transformation, implementation, and sustainability: We are laser focused on translating evidence and practice-based research into highly relevant, live and on-demand webinars and engaging, skills-focused workshops and certificates.

Search and Filter

  • Formats

  • Types

  • Number of CEUs

  • Clear all filters

Co-occurring Eating and Substance Use Disorders

Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorder share many risk factors and characteristics, but there are significant differences in the path to recovery for clients. Explore the similarities and differences while learning how to effectively identify and intervene when eating disorders and substance use disorders co-occur. With this improved understanding…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Enhancing Family Support in Recovery from Serious Psychiatric Illness

Family support can be an invaluable component of recovery from serious psychiatric illnesses, but loved ones of many consumers may be uncertain how or when to help. This presentation will begin with an overview of the scientific literature supporting the benefits of including relatives in the consumer’s family mental…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Marijuana and Health

Marijuana is probably the most commonly used “illicit” drug worldwide, and in the U.S. there is a significant trend toward medicalizing and legalizing it. Several health issues are now more prominent than ever. The science on marijuana’s health effects, both positive and negative, is stronger for some areas than others. This…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Person Centered Care for Behavioral Health: Are We There Yet?

Person-centered care is becoming a mantra and a mandate for Minnesota’s mental health and substance abuse providers. While an important philosophical paradigm shift, it can be difficult and confusing to put person-centered care into practice. This webinar helps practitioners begin to bridge the gap between person-centered principles and practice…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Can We Stop Calling It “Medication-Assisted Treatment”?

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is credited with saving lives and helping countless people achieve long-term recovery.  The body of research amassed over the last 50 years is so compelling that academic and medical communities consider its efficacy a settled question.  Nevertheless, the debate about the role of MAT in recovery…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

The Sanctuary Model: A Trauma Informed Therapeutic Community

This webinar introduces the Sanctuary Model, a blueprint for clinical and organizational change, which, at its core, promotes safety and recovery from adversity through the active creation of a trauma-informed community. As an organizational culture intervention, it is designed to facilitate the development of structures, processes, and behaviors on…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Technology and 12-Step Recovery: What You Should Know

Twelve step groups and recovery maintenance approaches have existed and flourished decades before the first website or phone app was invented. But as technology permeates every aspect of our lives, many recovering addicts and alcoholics find themselves considering whether and in what way should technology be integrated into their…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

What is First Episode Psychosis?

Recently, there has been an increased interest in the development and delivery of early intervention services for a number of different mental illnesses.  In the US, the federal government has increased support for the development of coordinated specialty care treatment teams to improve services for persons with first episode…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)