Continuing Education & Professional Development Events
Presented by Northpoint Recovery
Northpoint Recovery is an accredited recovery center with multiple inpatient & outpatient locations accross the Northwest. Northpoint offers a full continuum of care for the treatment and rehabilitation of substance use disorder and outpatient level care for mental health disorders while living the 4 Core Values of: Humility, Heart, Inspiration and Conviction. Northpoint staff and Inspire! contributers share a partnership in fulfilling the Northpoint mission to Save Lives & Restore Relationships for a vulnerable, yet resilient population.
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm (Mountain Standard Time) Place: Zoom Meeting (Calendar Invitation Provided) Credit: 1 CEU/Session (CMEs Approve by State) Join us for monthly online CEU sessions delivered by Northpoint Staff and community partners that will leave you refreshed and INSPIRED!
2020 CEU EVENTS SCHEDULE
05.21 – Adolescent Mental Health
Amy O, RN & Derek A, PA Discuss challenges and successes in treating the adolescent population.
06.18 – Culture Sensitivity: Part 2
Cassie & Jessica explore the topic of culture sensitivity in the 2nd installment of this two part series.
07.16 – Opiates & Pain Management
Dr. Rick Y and Dan S, RN dive into the highly charged topic of opiate addiction and pain management.
08.20 – Spiritual & Religious Ethics
Daniel G, LMSW & Stephanie explore key ethical issues in working with spiritual and religious values in counseling.
09.17 – Suicide Risk
Gaylee & Dakotah present a comprehensive primer on assessing and managing suicide risk
10.15 – DBT Skills
Heidi and Chelsea will teach effective instruction & implementation skills for DBT.
11.05 – Working with Veterans
Dan A & Erika L discuss the challenges and benefits of working with younger veterans between the ages of 18 – 50.
Visit northpointrecovery.com to learn more about Northpoint Recovery and their core values. For questions about Inspire CEU training events please call: Danielle Fanopoulos – Outreach Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 208-954-6626