The Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of the NW invites you to register for the January 11th training on:
The Marijuana Conundrum
Medical Marijuana, Legalizing Marijuana, and Ethical Dilemmas for Treatment Providers
Sponsored by The Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of the Northwest
January 11, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
PeaceHealth Southwest Mill Plain Campus – Health Education Center
Mill Plain Blvd. and 92nd Ave.
400 N.E. Mother Joseph Place, Vancouver, WA
The goal of this workshop is to improve participants understanding of the medical marijuana law, implications in legalizing marijuana and the ethical dilemmas this presents for treatment providers. This training is appropriate for all audiences who would like further information on the complexities of marijuana use, abuse, and treatment. Adult and adolescent populations will be discussed. National and State Laws relating to Washington and Oregon will be reviewed. The workshop is primarily lecture oriented using standard Socratic pedagogy (logic based question and answer format).
The training provides 6 CEU through NAADAC. This training satisfies the state and national requirements for mental health and chemical dependency counselors. Additionally it may satisfy the requirements for other licensed professionals.
Attached is a PDF flyer with additional information such as registration fees, how to register and more. You may visit our website Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of the NWfor more information and online registration. Seating is limited for this training. It is advised to register early.
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