UPCOMING TRAININGS

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Addiction Professionals, Social Workers, Probation Officers, Recovery Coaches and other service providers interested in improving their skills & knowledge in topics below

 

Registration via PayPal is available below. If you wish to pay in advance via check or money order,

please call 313-610-4626. 

All training sessions unless otherwise indicated are...  

  • Eastern Standard Time  beginning at 9:30  (Please check your time zone)

  • ONLINE via ZOOM-LIVE credited FACE TO FACE 

Once you register, you will receive a PayPal receipt immediately and you will receive your ZOOM link to log in 2 days prior to the training date

September 30, 2020 (Wednesday) ONLINE via ZOOM

(CR. HR. 6 MI, Ill / 5.75 Iowa)

Michigan (MCBAP), Illinois(ICB) Approved, Iowa(IBC) Georgia (ADACBGA)   

SOLUTION FOCUSED THERAPY FOR ENHANCING THE RECOVERY EXPERIENCE FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH CLIENTS WITH GENERATIONAL SUDS AND MH HISTORY

Course Description: This training is for Addiction Professionals, Clinicians, Social Workers, Probation Officers, Recovery Coaches and other human service providers interested in increasing their arsenal of theories and approaches to therapy. Solution-Focused Brief therapy (SFBT) has been gaining momentum as a powerful therapeutic approach since its inception in the 1980s. Maintaining a lifestyle of recovery from substance abuse as well as from mental illness is often hindered by dwelling in past issues. By focusing on solutions instead of problems, SFBT assists clients in drawing upon strengths in their lives and focusing on solutions that can help them identify a preferred future and adapt behaviors conducive to bringing about that desired change. This training is designed to equip the Human Service Worker with key concepts and tools to assist the client in developing, clarifying and achieving solutions to problematic situations.  Participants will be equipped to implement various types of questioning to their counseling styles, thus assisting the client in moving out of a past oriented focus and into a present and future solution-oriented focus.  Participants will be equipped with aspects of Solution Focused Therapy to increase the effectiveness of their therapeutic approaches and thus enhance the client’s chances of ongoing recovery. 

Standard Course Fee  $60

 

October 16, 2020 (Friday) ONLINE via ZOOM

(CR. HOURS 6 MI, Ill / 5.75 Iowa)

Approved:  Michigan (MCBAP) Iowa(IBC)-Illinois (ICB)  Georgia (ADACBGA)   

CULTURAL COMPETENCY & BOUNDARY ADHERENCE WHEN WORKING WITH SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER CLIENTS  (Adult and Adolescent)

Course Description This is a 6 Cr. Hour Approved training (Specific to Substance Abuse) for substance abuse professionals, social workers, probation officers, recovery coaches, prevention specialists, and other human service workers interested in enhancing cultural competence when working with chemically dependent adults and adolescents. The participants will receive insight to assist in building and maintaining culturally competent worker / client relationships when working with clients with substance use disorders. This training will explore the dynamics of a culturally competent workplace and address some conflicting boundary challenges. Participants will be equipped with aspects of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy to increase understanding of personal biases as well as core beliefs and the effects these beliefs and biases have on cultural competency. Cognitive biases as well as cultural prejudices that hinder the development of a culturally sensitive therapeutic environment will be discussed.

Standard Course Fee  $60

October 24, 2020  (SATURDAY )  ONLINE via ZOOM 

(CR. HOURS 6 )

APPROVED: Michigan (MCBAP)   llinois(ICB)  Iowa (IBC)    

ETHICS, BOUNDARIES & CONFIDENTIALITY Practices for Clinicians and Peer Specialists Providing Collaborative Services to Adults and Adolescents with Substance Use Disorder

Course Description: This 6 credit hour training is for Addiction Professionals, Clinicians, Social Workers, Probation Officers, Recovery Coaches and other human service providers interested in enhancing skills & knowledge for adhering to ethics and setting boundaries while working with chemically dependent adults and adolescents. Using the Code of Ethics principles as a guide, the training addresses ethical, confidential and boundary challenges of clinicians’ and peer specialists’ collaborative efforts to provide effective services for the substance abuse population. The training will discuss the SUD 42 CFR confidentiality as well as some of the unique boundary challenges of today’s recovery environment. Case Study interaction & Vignettes specific to each principle, will afford participants the opportunity to discuss and resolve ethical and boundary situations common to the collaborative effort of clinicians and peer recovery specialists in providing services to clients with substance use disorders

Standard Course Fee $60

October 30, 2020 (Friday) ONLINE via ZOOM(CR. HOUR 4 MI & Ill, 3.75 Iowa)

Approved for:  Michigan (MCBAP) -Illinois (ICB)    Iowa(IBC)  Georgia (ADACBGA)   

ADDICTION IN THE CHURCH: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CHRISTIANITY AND RECOVERY  (Adult and Adolescent)

This 4 cr.hour (3.75 IOWA) training is for individuals interested in improving skills & increasing knowledge pertaining to eliminating barriers and bridging the gap between the Christian community and the process of recovery. Participants will be equipped with insight pertaining to the link between the clinical and a systematic biblical approach to recovery, in an effort to assist the client with bible-based background to transition from treatment to recovery.  Substance abusing clients with a religious history, with all of their religious experience, have not been able to maintain abstinence from addictions, yet they may have a hard time embracing clinical and recovery perspectives.  Participants will be equipped with enhanced perspectives and biblically-based solutions to highlight the relationship of biblical perspectives with clinical treatment and 12 Step recovery as well as to assist the client who may not be able or willing to embrace the 12 Step process, thus enhancing the possibility of ongoing recovery and diminishing the risk of floating out of recovery on a religious zeal. 

Standard Course Fee  $45

 

 

November 20, 2020 (Friday) ONLINE via ZOOM (CR. HOURS 6 -MI & Ill  5.75 Iowa)

Approved:  Michigan (MCBAP)  Illinois (ICB) Iowa(IBC) Georgia (ADACBGA)   

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THEORIES & APPROACHES TO CHANGE: RESTRUCTURING & REBT FOR ADDRESSING TRAUMA WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH CLIENTS This is a 6 cr.hour (5.75 IOWA) training is for substance abuse professionals, social workers and other service providers interested in increasing their therapeutic effectiveness in working with clients presenting with post - traumatic stress disorder. Many substance abuse clients and mental health clients report having traumatic experiences in their past. Addressing these issues may increase their possibilities of ongoing recovery and reduce the recidivism rate. Participants will be provided with information to assist in helping the client understand and identify trauma and how it affects their recovery efforts. This training is designed to equip the Human Service Worker with CBT tools to assist the traumatized client with the ability to think rationally and restructure their perspective, while equipping the client with self-instruction problem solving and coping tools. Participants will view videos, engage in interactive discussion and share in case study break-out sessions using theories and approaches presented in this training

Standard Course Fee $60

November 21, 2020  (SATURDAY) ONLINE via ZOOM​(CR. HR. 4 MI, Ill, GA, Iowa)

Approved: Michigan (MCBAP) -Illinois (ICB)    Iowa(IBC)   ADACBGA (Georgia)

TOXICITY IN THE WORKPLACE & RELIGIOUS SYSTEM RELATED TO ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

DESCRIPTION This is an interactive workshop for individuals interested in increasing their understanding of healthy vs. toxic interaction in relationships and how toxic relationships attribute to SUD abuse in the workplace as well as within the corrupt religious system. Participants will be equipped with insight for identifying the impact AOD have on toxic relationship interaction in both the workplace and the religious environment. With use of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, participants will gain increased understanding of biases as well as core beliefs. This interactive course will allow participants to work through user-friendly worksheets in a hands-on approach. They will be equipped to assist those impacted by drug abuse in the work environment as well as the religious system, to disarm the power of the past, deal with the present and move forward in the future, thus becoming better equipped to maintain ongoing recovery and function in their respective roles

This is an interactive workshop 4 cr.hour for individuals interested in increasing their understanding of healthy vs. toxic interaction in relationships. Participants will be equipped with insight for identifying toxic interaction in both the workplace and the religious environment. With use of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, participants will gain increased understanding of biases as well as core beliefs. This interactive course will allow participants to work through user-friendly worksheets in a hands-on approach to disarm the power of the past, deal with the present and move forward in the future, thus becoming better equipped to provide insight and understanding to others who may also have many of these identified struggles.

Standard Course Fee $45

 

 

December 11, 2020 (Friday) ONLINE via ZOOM(CR. HOURS 4 MI & Ill, GA, Iowa)

Approved:  Michigan (MCBAP) -Illinois (ICB)    Iowa(IBC)   Georgia (ADACBGA)   

RESPECTING LANES, AVOIDING TRAFFIC JAMS & MERGING CAUTIOUSLY: Peer & Clinical SUD Professionals Collaborating to Assist Client Driven Recovery

Course Description This is a 4 cr.hour training for clinicians, peer recovery professionals, social workers, probation officers, recovery coaches and other human service workers interested in enhancing skills & knowledge pertaining to role integrity of peers and clinicians as they collaborate to assist clients in moving forward in their recovery plans. Participants will be familiarized with the Rogerian Theory of client centered planning, exploring the principles of the theory, the importance of the professional’s stance in executing this method as well as tips for the professional. Participants will be further equipped to embrace their respective roles while assisting the client in moving forward in their recovery. Interaction is built into the training.

Standard Course Fee $45

January 8 2021 (FRIDAY)  ONLINE via ZOOM (6 MI, Ill, Iowa, GA)

Approved: Michigan (MCBAP)     Illinois(ICB)    Iowa (IBC) Georgia (ADACBGA)   

ETHICS, BOUNDARIES & CONFIDENTIALITY Practices for Clinicians and Peer Specialists Providing Collaborative Services to Adults and Adolescents with Substance Use Disorder

Course Description This is a 6 Cr. Hour training is for Addiction Professionals, Clinicians, Social Workers, Probation Officers, Recovery Coaches and other human service providers interested in enhancing skills & knowledge for adhering to ethics and setting boundaries while working with chemically dependent adults and adolescents. Using the Code of Ethics principles as a guide, the training addresses ethical, confidential and boundary challenges of clinicians’ and peer specialists’ collaborative efforts to provide effective services for the substance abuse population. The training will discuss the SUD 42 CFR confidentiality as well as some of the unique boundary challenges of today’s recovery environment. Case Study interaction & Vignettes specific to each principle, will afford participants the opportunity to discuss and resolve ethical and boundary situations common to the collaborative effort of clinicians and peer recovery specialists in providing services to clients with substance use disorders

Standard Course Fee $60

  January 22, 2021 (FRIDAY)  ONLINE via ZOOM (6 MI, Ill, Iowa, GA)

Approved: Michigan (MCBAP)     Illinois(ICB)    Iowa (IBC) Georgia (ADACBGA)  

HUMAN TRAFFICKING, SEX TRAFFICKING AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS (Adult and Adolescent)

Course Description - This is a 6 hour Trainingspecific to Substance Abuse for addiction professionals and other service providers interested in increasing their understanding of the link between human trafficking, sex trafficking and substance abuse.Participants will be provided information regarding various types of human trafficking and sex trafficking;the dynamics and signs. In addition, participants will be provided with strategies to assist in the oftenuncomfortable task of dialoguing with SUD clients regarding the sensitive topic of sexual history.Participants will also be equipped with tools to assist clients in addressing the trauma of their past
trafficking history, while addressing SUD and seeking ongoing recovery.

Standard Course Fee $60
 

February 26, 2021 (FRIDAY)  ONLINE via ZOOM (6 MI, Ill, Iowa, GA)

Approved: Michigan (MCBAP)     Illinois(ICB)    Iowa (IBC) Georgia (ADACBGA)

TOXIC RELATIONSHIPS-Is It Love or Are You Just Thirsty? Gateway to Substance Abuse and a Major Recovery Barrier (Adult and Adolescent)  

TRAINING DESCRIPTION: This is a one-day, 6hr training for substance abuse professionals, peer
support specialists, social workers, outreach workers and other human service providers
interested in enhancing their knowledge regarding toxic relationship issues, a gateway to initial
substance abuse and a major recovery barrier. Participants will be equipped with insight for
including toxic relationships issues as a vital component of treatment goals and objectives.
Professionals will be equipped to assist both adults and adolescents in identifying toxic
relationships as gateways to substance abuse as well as a relapse trigger, thus enhancing the
clients’ chances for ongoing recovery from AOD. User-Friendly handouts will be provided to
assist participants in equipping both adult and adolescent clients with tools for letting go of and
refraining from toxic relationships. Worksheets to assist clients in adapting new behaviors to
cope with life's issues, and to consciously make healthier choices will be provided. Professionals
will be equipped to assist clients in recognizing the cycle of addiction and the link between SA
and toxic relationships, thus reducing the recidivism rate linked to toxic relationships.

Standard Course Fee $60 

March 26, 2021 (FRIDAY)  ONLINE via ZOOM (6 MI, Ill, Iowa, GA)

Approved: Michigan (MCBAP)     Illinois(ICB)    Iowa (IBC) Georgia (ADACBGA)

ADDICTION TO CRIME: GAMES CRIMINALS PLAY

Course Description - This is a one day - 6 hr training SPECIFIC to substance abuse for addiction professionals, social workers, recovery coaches, prevention specialists and other service providers interested in assisting their clients in addressing addiction to criminal behavior while addressing their addiction to alcohol and/or other drugs. Professionals will be equipped to assist clients in identifying the cycle of addiction as it relates to criminal activity, high risk behaviors related to drug relapse as well as triggers related to crime addiction. This training will increase the professionals’ ability to reduce the recidivism rate among repeated offenders as well as first time offenders. Participants will be enlightened regarding games criminals play and effective methods of addressing underlying issues.

Standard Course Fee $60

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I look forward to meeting you!

~Pam Morgan

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Key Insights, LLC is an approved provider with the Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals

Trainings also approved in Iowa, Illinois, Georgia

For more information, please email keyinsightstraining@gmail.com or call 313-610-4626.