Treating Addiction In Older Adults

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Treating Addiction In Older Adults
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Treating Addiction In Older Adults says
Addiction is a commonly missed, serious and growing problem among older adults and one that requires special insights and treatment approaches. This conference examines the impact of addiction on the diagnosis and treatment of co-existing health conditions of older adults, explores the relationship between trauma and addiction, and offers professionals treatment options for older adults with addictions.

Ted Parran, MD, Isabel and Carter Wang Professor and Chair in Medical Education, CWRU School of Medicine, Associate Medical Director, Rosary Hall, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center

Jamie Marich, PhD, LPCC-S, LICDC, Founder: Mindful Ohio & The Institute for Creative Mindfulness

Maggie Hyland, MEd, PC, LSW, Clinical Care Coordinator, Recovery Resources

Mary Baize, Executive Director, Hitchcock Center for Women

Cost: $75 ($30 for students)

5 CEUs for counselors, (NBCC ACEP #6735) social workers (OCSWMFTB #RSX058915) & chemical dependency professionals (OCDPB).
NBCCThe Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, an approved provider, designates this conference as meeting the criteria for 5.0 contact hours to satisfy license renewal continuing education requirements for counselors (NBCC ACEP#: 6735) and social workers (OCSWMFTB#: RSX058915).

Presented in collaboration with: Recovery Resources
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By: Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging