Continuing Education Event – Rethinking Life After Relapse – Webinar – 4/21/2020
Through three evidence-based practices, this training will explore a new way of looking at Life after Relapse that helps propel patients forward. The treatment looks ahead, rather than behind, and capitalizes on what’s right rather than what’s wrong. This strengths-based approach to patients/clients with multiple treatments incorporates elements of Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Positive Psychology in a way that easily incorporates the 12 Steps.
• Participants will be able to explain and practice at least one principle of Acceptance Commitment Therapy for patients/clients with multiple attempts at recovery.
• Participants will be able to explain and practice at least one principle of Narrative Therapy for patients/clients with multiple attempts at recovery.
• Participants will be able to explain and practice at least one principle of Positive Psychology for patients/clients with multiple attempts at recovery.
Recovery Centers of America has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7002. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Recovery Centers of America is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This course qualifies for 2 credit hours.
Scott Weisenberger, LPC
Scott Weisenberger joined the Recovery Centers of America team in July 2017 as Vice President of Clinical Services. In that capacity, he is responsible for creating and monitoring the clinical programs at each of RCA’s seven inpatient sites in four states as well as outpatient locations. He has worked in the chemical dependency treatment field for 27 years and has been an LPC in Pennsylvania since 2003, providing clinical supervision over the years to many clinicians also seeking licensure. Prior to joining RCA, he was Chief Executive Officer and later Chief Clinical Officer for Malvern Institute, which operates inpatient and outpatient facilities throughout the Philadelphia suburbs. Earlier in his career, he was Clinical Director at Mirmont Treatment Center in Delaware County for three years and Executive Director at Kirkbride Center in West Philadelphia for eight years.
His motto: Absolute, positive respect of the patients.