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IAAP 2019 Annual Fall Conference 

When:  October 25 and 26, 2019

Location:  Indiana Wesleyan University - Indiana Wesleyan West Campus


Upcoming events

    • 25 Oct 2019
    • 26 Oct 2019
    • Indiana Wesleyan University
    Register

    Sponsorship Options:

    Flyer in Attendee Packets - $100

    send 100 flyers to the address below; no materials returned if unused 


    Breakfast Friday Morning - $300

    Break Sponsor – Friday - $300

    Breakfast Saturday Morning - $300  

    Break Sponsor – Saturday - $300

    3 Break Sponsor – You pick 3 - $1,000

    Friday, October 25th

    Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC   
    Breaking Intergenerational Patterns of Addictions, Trauma and Dark Secrets with Individuals and Families

    Some people can trace patterns of addiction and    substance use related deaths within their family for four or five generations. Sad are the stories of parents who get sober and suddenly find themselves grieving the overdose death of a son or daughter. Or a father and son who meet for the first time while incarcerated. Each arrested for drug related offenses.

    In this presentation you will learn strategies to help break intergenerational patterns of addiction. A partial list of topics includes: risk factors and pathways of  intergenerational addiction, unique risks for children  of parents with substance use disorders, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorder as a risk factor and intervention strategies, Co-occurring conditions and trauma as risk factors, the impact of siblings on the intergenerational transmission of addiction, parenting practices and  cultural rituals which help reduce intergenerational transmission of  addiction, the role of addictions treatment, persons in recovery and the community in  breaking the pattern.

    Saturday, October 26th

    Rob Atchison, PhD, LMFT, NCC, AAMFT-Approved Supervisor CCS TRAINING

    Application of Developmental and Systemic Supervision Approaches to Challenging Situations with Supervisees.

    The ACA (2014) Code of Ethics speaks to the responsibility of supervisors to maintain the integrity of the profession and well-being of all clients by monitoring supervisee effectiveness and developing remediation plans for supervisee limitations (F.1.a). Inherent within that statement is a sense of conflict between supervisor and supervisee. However, the way conflict is managed makes all the difference in the professional development of the supervisee. This presentation will provide education on a couple of models of supervision and how those models approach conflict with supervisees, will assess the ethics of confrontation within the supervision model, and will evaluate a remediation plan for supervisee growth.  Case  examples and discussion will be used to connect the material to situations with which the audience and speaker have experienced.

    SCHEDULE

    FRIDAY:  Earn up to 6 CEUs
    7:30-8:00 Registration
    8:00-9:30 Session
    9:30–9:45 Break
    9:45-11:15 Session Continued

    11:15-12:00 IAAP Annual Membership Meeting
    12:00-1:15
    LUNCH on your own
    1:15-2:45 Session Continued
    2:45-3:00 Break
    3:00-4:30 Session Conclusion

    SATURDAY:  Earn up to 6 CEUs
    7:30-8:00 Registration
    8:00-9:30 Session
    9:30–9:45 Break
    9:45-12:00 Session Continued
    12:00-1:15
    LUNCH on your own
    1:15-2:45 Session Continued
    2:45-3:00 Break
    3:00-3:45 Session Conclusion

     

    *Schedule Subject to Change.

     


     


    • 25 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 26 Oct 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Indiana Wesleyan University North
    Register

    IAAP 2019 Annual Fall Conference
    & CCS Training 
    October 25th-26th

    Earn up to 12.0 CEUs

    FRIDAY with MARK SANDERS, LCSW, CADC  

    Breaking Intergenerational Patterns of Addictions, Trauma
    and Dark Secrets with Individuals and Families

    Some people can trace patterns of addiction and substance use related deaths within their family for four or five generations. Sad are the stories of parents who get sober and suddenly find themselves grieving the overdose death of a son or daughter. Or a father and son who meet for the first time while incarcerated. Each arrested for drug related offenses.

    In this presentation you will learn strategies to help break intergenerational patterns of addiction. A partial list of topics includes: risk factors and pathways of  intergenerational addiction, unique risks for children  of parents with substance use disorders, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorder as a risk factor and intervention strategies, Co-occurring conditions and trauma as risk factors, the impact of siblings on the intergenerational transmission of addiction, parenting practices and  cultural rituals which help reduce intergenerational transmission of  addiction, the role of addictions treatment, persons in recovery and the community in  breaking the pattern.

    SATURDAY with ROB ATCHISON, PhD, LMFT, NCC,
    AAMFT-Approved Supervisor
     
    CCS TRAINING - Application of Developmental and Systemic Supervision Approaches to Challenging Situations 
    with Supervisees

    The ACA (2014) Code of Ethics speaks to the responsibility of supervisors to maintain the integrity of the profession and well-being of all clients by monitoring supervisee effectiveness and developing remediation plans for supervisee limitations (F.1.a). Inherent within that statement is a sense of conflict between supervisor and supervisee. However, the way conflict is managed makes all the difference in the professional development of the supervisee. This presentation will provide education on a couple of models of supervision and how those models approach conflict with supervisees, will assess the ethics of confrontation within the supervision model, and will evaluate a remediation plan for supervisee growth.  Case examples and discussion will be used to connect the material to situations with which the audience and speaker have experienced.

    Early Bird Deadline - Midnight, October 19th

    Online Registration Closes October 22nd

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    LOCATION:


    Indiana Wesleyan University
    3737 Priority Way South Drive
    Indianapolis, IN 46240

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    Lunch will be on your own.

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    IAAP is a NAADAC Approved Provider.
    Provider #: 88754
    All educational training programs are reviewed for content applicability to state/national certification standards.

    CEUs approved through the IPLA for social workers, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health counselors, addiction counselors, and clinical addiction counselors.


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