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The Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Program focuses on integrated treatment of people with co-occurring disorders and less severe forms of bipolar disorder. The integrated treatment approach helps people recover by offering both mental health and substance use services at the same time and in one setting.

The CDP format is flexible enough to offer a standardized yet customizable treatment experience designed to give patients the maximum knowledge, structure, and support needed to allow them to achieve abstinence from drugs and/or alcohol and initiate a long-term program of mental health recovery.

Training options

Length Options/Costs Requirements
3 days

Contract:
$9,500 plus reimbursement of travel expenses

 

 

Customers should have the Screening and Assessment (S&A), Integrating Combined Therapies (ICT), and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) curricula

This training will cover:

  • S&A, ICT, CBT
  • Family Program (1 hour)
  • Medication Management (30 min.)
  • Clinical Supervision and action planning (1 hour)

To register or for more information about training, please email us at: training@hazelden.org

Participants
30 max
Audience
  • Substance abuse counselors
  • Mental health practitioners
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
 
See also trainings for Administrators, Family Program, Medication Management, DDCAT / DDCMHT

Training goal

This workshop will help clinicians apply the evidence-based programs in the Co-occurring Disorders Program in order to deliver the best possible services to people with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

By the end of this three-day program, participants will be able to:

  • use protocol-driven screening methods that consider each patient's symptoms, history, and motivation to change
  • combine motivational enhancement therapy (MET), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and Twelve Step facilitation (TSF) to engage, assist, and sustain change.
  • use cognitive-behavioral therapy to address common psychiatric problems, such as depression, anxiety, PTSD and others.
  • convey vital and current information on medication compliance, stigma, and other psychopharmacological issues.
  • understand program philosophy and clinical principles in the family program component of the CDP
  • identify fundamentals that support service change
  • interpret how CDP components can be used the to increase Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment (DDCAT) index rating
  • apply CDP to a variety of clinical situations

Agenda

Day 1

8:00 a.m. — Registration

8:30 — Welcome and Introductions

9:00 — Treating Co-occurring Disorders

  • Availability of Treatment
  • Addiction Only Services (AOS)
  • Dual Diagnosis Capable (DDC)
  • Dual Diagnosis Enhanced (DDE)

9:30 — Co-occurring Disorders Organizational Assessment

  • DDCAT - Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment index
  • DDCMHT - Dual Diagnosis Capability in Mental Health Treatment index
  • Treatment Principles: Robert E. Drake, M.D., Ph.D. - Dartmouth Faculty

10:30 — Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Program Overview

  • Clinical Administrator's Guidebook
  • Curriculum - 1: Screening & Assessment
  • Curriculum - 2: Integrating Combined Therapies
  • Curriculum - 3: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Curriculum - 4: Medication Management
  • Curriculum - 5: Family Program
  • DVD - A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: Help and Hope for Clients and Their Families

11:15 — View DVD
A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: Help and Hope for Clients and Their Families
Chapter 1 - An Introduction to Co-occurring Disorders

12:00 p.m. — Lunch

1:00 — Screening & Assessment: Curriculum 1 - Chapters 1-5

  • Curriculum organization
  • Participant "Hands on" Screening & Assessment activity

2:30 — Screening & Assessment: Curriculum 1 - Chapters 6-11

3:30 — Screening & Assessment needs assessment

  • Discussion

4:00 — End of Day

Day 2

8:30 a.m. — Integrating Combined Therapies: Curriculum 2 - Part I - Chapters 1-6

  • Curriculum organization
  • Clinician's guide

9:30 — Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)

  • Participant discussion

10:30 — Integrating Combined Therapies: Curriculum 2 - Part II - Modules 1-5
Phase I: Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) - Enhancing and Securing Motivation

  • Participant module presentations
  • Phase summation
  • Clinical scenario: role play

11:30 — View DVD
A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: Help and Hope for Clients and Their Families
Chapter 2 - Understanding Substance use and Mental Health Disorders

12:00 p.m. — Lunch

1:00 — Phase II: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) - Assisting with Change - Modules 6-12

  • Participant module presentations
  • Phase summation

2:30 — Phase III: Twelve Step Facilitation (TSF) - Sustaining and Enjoying Life - Modules 13-18

  • Phase IV: Transition — Modules 19 & 20
  • Curriculum summation

3:15 — DVD
A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: Help and Hope for Clients and Their Families
Chapter 3 - The Basics of Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders

3:45 — "Practice" assignment instructions

4:00 — End of Day

Day 3

8:30 a.m. — "Practice" assignment review

9:00 — Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Curriculum 3 - Part I - Chapters 1-6

  • Curriculum organization
  • Clinician's guide

9:30 — Part II - Therapy Modules - Modules 1-8

  • Participant module presentations

11:00 — Medication Management: Curriculum 4

  • Overview
  • Working Principles

11:30 — DVD
A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: Help and Hope for Clients and Their Families
Chapter 4 - The Importance of Family in Treatment

12:00 p.m. — Lunch

1:00 — Family Program: Curriculum 5

  • Overview
  • Working Principles

2:15 — Clinical Supervision

  • Implementation: Format and frequency
  • Use of CDP forms for tracking, monitoring, and identifying clinician areas of growth potential and strengths
  • Sustainability

2:45 — Action Planning: Implementing CDP in your treatment setting

3:30 — Action Plan Reporting

4:00 — End of Training

 
Contact Training Staff

If you have any questions about any of our training programs please email us, or call
800-328-9000, ext. 4460.

An effective, integrated
treatment program

CDP

The Co-occurring Disorders Program is the first comprehensive treatment program for people with non-severe mental health disorders that co-occur with substance use disorders. Learn more

Seven key components

The Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Program consists of five curricula, a DVD, and the Clinical Administrator's Guidebook.

Find out more about each component, including prices and how to purchase:

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CDP video preview

Clasped hands

A Guide to Living with Co-occurring Disorders provides an educational overview of co-occurring disorders, offers interviews from people who have them, and discusses ways that patients can participate in treatment to better manage their recovery.

Preview CDP

Sampler and overview
Download the first chapters and sample pages from each manual

Slideshow overview
Download a presentation describing the research, background and materials that make up the program

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