Friday, May 8th, 2015
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 6 CEU Hours
Astoria Pointe/The Rosebriar
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center – Mill Plain
Health Education Center – Mill Plain and 92nd
600 NE 92nd Ave., Vancouver, WA 98664
For Information Contact:
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Jonathan Horey, MD – Psychiatrist
Dr. Jonathan Horey is staff psychiatrist, seeing clients weekly at both Astoria Pointe and The Rosebriar. A native Oregonian, Dr. Horey attended medical school at Columbia University in New York City. He worked as an attending psychiatrist at a dual diagnosis inpatient unit at New York Presbyterian Hospital and at a dual diagnosis intensive outpatient program for Columbia University. He then became the Director of Addiction Services at the Columbia University W. 51st Street Clinic and maintained a private practice focused on addiction. Following that, Dr. Horey moved to Portland to work as a psychiatrist at Hazelden Springbrook. In addition to his work at Astoria Pointe and The Rosebriar, Dr. Horey is the Chief Medical Officer of Sunspire Health [parent company of Astoria Pointe and The Rosebriar] where he is the steward of the Sunspire Health method of treatment across all of the facilities nationwide. In that role, he is responsible for ensuring each client receives the highest quality clinical care, using abstinence, evidence and holistic-based therapies, supported by medication assisted treatment.
Goal of Training
This training will review the neurobiology of addiction both generally and as it relates to specific substances of abuse. In the context of this material the pros and cons of medication assisted treatment (MAT) and the role of MAT in modern, evidence based treatment of addictive illnesses will be discussed. Trends in addictive illnesses across the country will be reviewed and MAT will be presented in light of these trends. The evolving understanding of addiction as an illness will be explained and we will discuss how this knowledge influences the approach to treating patients who suffer from these illnesses.
This training is considered both a core and intermediate educational level. It is appropriate for new professionals and those professionals who could benefit from further, more detailed information on the subject matter.
Training participants will be able to
- Identify brain pathways involved in addictive illness,
- Cite at least two specific neurobiological effects of each substance of abuse discussed,
- Define Medication Assisted Treatment,
- Describe specific epidemiological changes in opiate use disorders over the past 20 years, and
- Identify the pros and cons of the medications used in Medication Assisted Treatment modules.
I am so looking forward to reconnecting with you there!!!
Guadalupe Aragón, BA, CADC1, Recovery Coach, CITO Transformative Life Coach, President – Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of the Northwest