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  • Annual

    Professional Training Series

    1992 to 2018

    Over 29,000 participants since 1992.

    26 th Anniversary

  • 1 26th Annual Professional Training Series

    McLeod Addictive Disease Centers 2018 Professional Training Series

    Treatment Programs

    Residential Services

    Non-Hospital Medical Detox

    Adult Residential

    Adolescent Residential

    Outpatient Services

    Adult Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (SAIOP)

    Adolescent Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (SAIOP)

    DWI Services

    DWI Assessment

    Alcohol Drug Education Traffic School (ADETS)

    20/40/90 Hour Treatment

    Residential DWI

    Criminal Justice

    Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC)

    Drug Screening Services/Lab

    Drug Education School (DES)

    Cognitive Behavioral Intervention (CBI)

    Deferred Prosecution

    Opioid Treatment Programs

    Charlotte, Concord, Gastonia, Marion,

    Monroe, Statesville, Hickory, Boone, Lenoir

  • 26th Annual Professional Training Series 2

    January 19th Handling Tricky Situations in Therapy Barbara Melton, M.Ed., LPC, NCC/MAC, CACII February 16th Understanding Substance Use, Opioid Use Disorder, Addictions & Treatment Kenny House, LCAS, CCS

    March 16th Experiential Group Therapy Mark Pimsler, LAPC, NCC, MAC, CCS

    April 20th How to Deal Effectively with the Patient Suffering from a Substance Use Disorder Connie Mele, Advanced Practice Certified Addiction Nurse

    May 18th Strengthening Attachment in the Family System during Residential Treatment Lynn Wadsworth, PCAS, CSI, LPC & Corrine Brown, CMHC, NCC

    June 15th Marijuana: Weeding Through the FactsHistory & Evidence-based Scientific Overview

    Lisa Marzilli, PharmD

    July 20th HIV/Ethics David Zealy, LPC, LCAS, CSI & Andrea Skidmore, CCS, LCAS

    August 17th Beyond Opioids: Epidemic, Treatment, Evolving Science of Co-Morbid Pain & Addiction Dr. Darryl Inaba, Pharm D

    September 21st Working with Persons in the Criminal Justice System Dale Willets, CCJP

    October 19th Group Counseling Geri Miller, Ph.D LCAS CCS LPC

    November 16th The Challenging ClientUsing MI Tools to Engage and Treat Laurie Conaty, LCSW, LCAS

    December 14th Understanding the Language of Addiction & Lessons Learned from Community Stakeholder Groups Angela Colistra, Ph.D, LPC, CAADC, CCS

    McLeod Addictive Disease Centers 2018 Professional Training Series

  • 3 26th Annual Professional Training Series

    McLeod Addictive Disease Centers 2018 Professional Training Series

    HANDLING TRICKY SITUATIONS IN THERAPY

    Barbara Melton, M.Ed., LPC, NCC/MAC, CACII

    Charleston, SC

    Clinical Counseling is not cut and dried or simple. Tricky situations happen all the time, and as cli-

    nicians, we want to prepare ourselves as much as possible for this eventuality. We will look at video

    vignettes and discuss case histories and entertain nightmare scenarios throughout the day towards

    this end. Situations we will discuss will include boundary transgressions, dual relationship dilem-

    mas, angry clients, sexual attraction issues, legal and/or ethical dilemmas, transference and counter-

    transference, dangerous situations, and more!

    Barbara Melton, M.Ed., LPC, NCC/MAC, CACII, has been in private practice in downtown Charleston since 1991. She

    is a clinical supervisor under contract by Dorchester Alcohol & Drug Commission, as well as an LPC supervisor. She has

    been in private practice in Charleston since 1991 and also periodically teaches at Webster University.

    Understanding Substance Use,

    Opioid Use Disorders, Addiction & Treatment

    Kenny House, LCAS, CCS

    Coastal Horizons Participants will understand addiction as a chronic, relapsing, but treatable brain disease Participants will better understand the opioid epidemic as it is being experienced both nationally and statewide. Participants will increase understanding of substance use disorders in general and of opioid use disorders specifically Participants will better understand treatment strategies for opioid dependent individuals.

    Kenny is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist and Certified Clinical Supervisor with over 35 years of experience in

    the Substance Use and Mental Health field. He has been involved in program development that has covered a wide

    range of services - from Prevention to Outpatient Treatment for both adult and adolescent populations, and more

    recently, to integrating primary care with behavioral health. Kenny is the Vice-President of Clinical Services for

    Coastal Horizons and currently the Chairperson of the NC Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, a

    Board member for Cape Fear HealthNet and for the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence.

    February 16, 2018

    January 19, 2018

  • 26th Annual Professional Training Series 4

    McLeod Addictive Disease Centers 2018 Professional Training Series

    Experiential Group Therapy

    Mark Pimsler, LAPC, NCC, MAC, CCS

    Come and play!!! If you are bored with your groups guess who else is bored with them, -YOUR

    CLIENTS!!!! Join us in this session as we learn the powerful art of therapeutic play. Experiential

    group therapy is a powerful way of introducing skills, rehearsing skills, and uncovering powerful in-

    sights that are otherwise unexplored. So much comes up when utilize this powerful technique proper-

    ly. In this session participants will practice with the actual skills as well as learn the art of debriefing.

    You will walk away with several new group ideas that will change the way you and your clients ap-

    proach group counseling.

    Since 2004 Marc Pimsler has worked in a variety of counseling and consulting capacities in and around the metro At-

    lanta area. Marc is the Chief Creative Officer for MVP Consulting and is a sought after trainer with ACTS Consulting.

    Marc maintains a private practice where he serves individuals and families in need of substance abuse counseling

    specializing in addressing Shame and Trauma. He is certified as a national master addictions counselor, certified clini-

    cal supervisor, certified yoga and meditation teacher, and is also a certified practitioner with the Institute for Rapid

    Resolution Therapy. Marc is passionate about recovery, both his own as well as his clients, believing that sometimes all

    we need is a helping hand and a fresh perspective. Grounded in the belief system that everyone has the capacity to

    recover, Marc brings humor and spirituality to everything he is involved in.

    How to Deal Effectively with the Patient Suffering

    From a Substance Use Disorder

    Connie Mele, Advanced Practice Certified

    Addiction Nurse

    Assistant Health Director

    Mecklenburg County

    Charlotte, NC

    Some of the most challenging patients nurses/clinicians treat are those with the disease of addiction. Come learn why they act the

    way they do and how you can effectively work with them. Learn about the causes of their addiction and why they just cant stop

    using drugs ( including alcohol which is a drug). Why treatment is important and whats this thing called medication assisted

    treatment? What are the principles of detoxification? How to work with people who have co-occurring disorders.

    Connie Mele: Having worked in Community Health since 1979, with a concentration in Behavioral Health, she has been fo-

    cused on improving the quality of care for persons with mental and substance use disorders. She has held various positions over

    the years as a staff nurse, nurse manager, Director of Nursing, Faculty Member, Program Director/Administrator, and Depart-

    ment Director. Currently she is the Assistant Health Director for Mecklenburg County.

    April 20, 2018

    March 16, 2018

  • 5 26th Annual Professional Training Series

    McLeod Addictive Disease Centers 2018 Professional Training Series

    Presentation will include overview of family systems dynamics from an

    attachment perspective and a clear description of how attachment wounding

    impacts the client and why it matters. We will utilize power point, handouts

    and small group activities to create a comprehensive learning experience.

    Learning objectives include : Assessing intergenerational attachment wounds, How to educate family members about attachment and guide

    them to repair of wounds., and Micro skills used in the interactive repair process.

    Lynn is licensed as a professional counselor and an addictions specialist. She holds a Masters degree in mental health

    counseling from Western Carolina University. Lynn has worked with adolescents, young adults, and families for over 20

    years and has received advanced training in the area of Internal Family Systems Therapy and Emotionally Focused

    Family Therapy.

    Corinne was one of the developers of the womens program at Red Oak Rec