The call came on a Saturday, a day after Thomas McLellan told an auditorium of graduate students to rethink the science of addiction. As a research psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania, no one knew more about the subject. But despite his expertise, both McLellan’s sons had become addicts. His oldest was in rehab for […]
Countless people addicted to drugs, alcohol or both have managed to get clean and stay clean with the help of organizations like Alcoholics Anonymous or the thousands of residential and outpatient clinics devoted to treating addiction. But if you have failed one or more times to achieve lasting sobriety after rehab, perhaps after spending tens […]
We took a few photos from our last CAPA Training and wanted to share them with everyone. Thanks again to the presenters and agencies that took the time to share there experiences implementing what we have been learning.
For those who need the required, LCSW 3 hour clinical supervision training, Brown School is offering one April 25th entitled Passing the Legacy On: Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision. More info can be found HERE. Their summer class will be held on June 13th and is entitled Contextual Supervision: A Strength-Based Approach to Clinical Supervision. If […]
Below is a copy of the most recent e-mail sent out by Dr. David Patterson. Dear CAPA Colleagues, I wanted to follow up after our training last Monday. There are some documents attached that were requested. In regards to readings, it would be great if everyone could please review Part 2, Chapter 2 of the […]
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