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North Carolina Evidence

Based Practices Center.

Mission and Goals

Purpose:

The purpose of the Carolinas Conference on Addiction and Recovery is to provide education, training and inspiration to help mental health and addiction professionals meet the needs of their clients in ways that better serve individual, families and communities.

Goals and Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity participants should be able to:

• compare and contrast the principles of various treatment modalities;

• explain the need and practice the application of ethics in counseling;

• utilize the changes that have occurred in the last 50 years in developing treatment and prevention for the 21st century;

• describe the need for a strong spiritual foundation in all disciplines in order to receive optimal outcome; and

• identify addiction and assess different treatment options.

Target Audience

Primary care physicians, emergency medicine physicians, professional counselors, faith-based professionals, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, addiction treatment professionals, social workers, psychologists, students, psychiatrists, and other interested healthcare professionals.

Accreditation

This conference has been designed to meet the requirements for up to 32 hours Continuing Education Units. Applications have been submitted and are pending approval for up to 32 hours from the following associations and certification boards: • National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) as an Education Provider for alcohol and drug abuse counselors • NBCC National Board of Counselor Certification (covers NC LPC) • North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board (NCSAPCB) •AAFP CME American Academy of Family Physicians CME Accreditation Department and NCCLE North Carolina State Bar Board of continuing Legal Education pending