Warren State Hospital will host the presentation "Risk Assessment and Treatment Planning for Co-Occurring Disorders" from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Sept. 18, in the Israel Building Auditorium.
This program is designed to provide familiarity about co-occurring disorders and available treatment options specifically, difficult to engage and multiple relapse clients. The goal is to help participants integrate suicide assessment into existing practice.
This program has been designed to support and encourage clinicians to develop their skills so that they will be able to identify various disorders and provide appropriate assessments to aid in developing a treatment plan.
Presenting will be Joseph Bindas, MA, CAC, LPC, Program Coordinator of Alcohol Highway Safety and Underage Drinking program at Western Psychiatric Insatiate and Clinic, and Jack Wozniak, MEd, LPC, CAC, Program Director WPIC Therapeutic Community at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.
This program will be free of charge and open to clinicians, other professionals from both the mental health and substance abuse treatment fields who work with individuals with co-occurring disorders, as well as the general public with interest. For more information or to register, contact Melanie Shoobridge, training coordinator at 726-4318.