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Navigating Addiction with Individuals and Families (Non-CEU)

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COVID-19 and other stressors have led to a rise in addictive behaviors in our society and social workers face this issue in practice more often than anticipated. Technology has exposed individuals to even more temptations and opportunities to develop compulsive behaviors. This training will address these issues, factors to consider in treating those with addictive behaviors, and techniques providers can employ to sustain hope in working with this population.

This on demand video does not provide any CEUs, if you would like for CEUs please use this link to register:

🚀 Dive into our relevant and meaningful live webinars, unlock doors to continuing education 📚, and soar to new heights with our affordable individual and group provisional supervision opportunities! 🌐 Explore the possibilities at www.GATSA.unomaha.edu ⚠️ Trigger Warning: Sensitive Content Ahead! We acknowledge that some training content addresses sensitive topics related to trauma and emotional distress. It may evoke strong emotional responses. Please prioritize your well-being: 🌿 Practice Positive Self-Care: Take breaks, breathe, and engage in activities that bring comfort. 🛑 Step Away If Necessary: Recognize your limits and feel free to step away if the content becomes overwhelming. 🤝 Seek Resources: Connect with support networks, colleagues, or additional resources that can offer assistance. Your mental health is important. We encourage you to engage with this material at your own pace and in a manner that feels safe for you.

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