Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy Training
We highly recommend that you attend all 3 days. If you are only able to attend one or two dates, please select the appropriate ticket type and indicate which dates you will be attending.
Does the Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy training qualify for Continuing Education Credits?
Yes. This training is approved by NYS OASAS for six (6) initial & renewal clock hours per training day for Credentialed Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselors (CASAC) and Credentialed Prevention Specialists (CPS). Those who complete the full three-day training will receive 18-hours of credits.
How can Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy be applied to patient care?
The training will provide a basic understanding of the full range of addictive behaviors and practical therapeutic techniques that can be used immediately in a wide variety of treatment settings including private practice, substance abuse treatment agencies, mental health centers, in-patient detox and rehab facilities and school counseling, among others.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Participants are encouraged to bring case vignettes and questions for discussion.
Basic beverage and pastries will be provided all three days.
Where can I stay if I'm coming from out of town?
Please visit this site for information about hotels that have negotiated reduced rates with The New School and mention that you will be attending an event sponsored by The New School.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
I am seeking treatment for addiction/substance use or other risky behaviors. Is this training appropriate for me?
This training is for clinicians and professionals working in the mental health, health services or addiction/substance abuse fields. If you need help, or are seeking treatment, please contact The Center for Optimal Living at email@example.com or 212-213-8905 x2 to inquire about patient programs and therapeutic services.
The New School for Social Research & The Center For Optimal Living
The Center for Optimal Living provides innovative, integrative, and personalized treatment to individuals and families with substance use problems and other risky behaviors. Our approach recognizes the complexity and multiple meanings of these behaviors and is based on the principles of compassion, collaboration, and empowerment to promote healing and positive change. Learn more about The Center for Optimal Living patient programs and professional services at www.centerforoptimalliving.com