Screening and Brief Intervention for Substance Abuse in Primary Care, Mental Health, and College-Based Settings

COMHLT 812

0.50 CEU

Reg. # Status Location Start Date Qtr/Yr Fee
Y1031W Closed WestwoodWestwood: 202 Extension Lindbrook Center 10920 Lindbrook Dr
6/9/2012 SP 12 $130 Notify Me
Reg. # Status Location Start Date Qtr/Yr Fee
Y1365W Closed WestwoodWestwood: 202 Extension Lindbrook Center 10920 Lindbrook Dr
6/9/2012 SP 12 $145 Notify Me
Reg. # Status Location Start Date Qtr/Yr Fee
Y1366W Closed WestwoodWestwood: 202 Extension Lindbrook Center 10920 Lindbrook Dr
6/9/2012 SP 12 $145 Notify Me
Reg. # Status Location Start Date Qtr/Yr Fee
Y1367W Closed WestwoodWestwood: 202 Extension Lindbrook Center 10920 Lindbrook Dr
6/9/2012 SP 12 $145 Notify Me

UCLA Extension is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (provider BRN #CEP 11952) to offer this activity for 5 contact hours and is approved by CAADAC (provider number 2N-87-115-0312) and this course has been approved for 5 continuing education hours (CEH). UCLA Extension is approved by California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to provide continuing education for MFTs and LCSWs (provider #PCE 553); meets qualifications for up to 5 hours of CE credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by BBS.

What if health care providers could deliver an effective intervention to reduce alcohol and illicit drug use and save both lives and money? Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is an evidence-based, public health approach to reducing harmful alcohol and illicit drug use. SBIRT involves giving patients feedback about their use, delivering brief motivational interviews, and referring patient to specialty treatment when necessary. SBIRT is quickly becoming a recommended "best practice" in a variety of healthcare settings. Timing is right for learning these skills as billing for these services is becoming easier with more states activating billing codes that allow for Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurers to pay for SBIRT services. This one-day workshop provide in-depth exposure to specific SBIRT procedures and counseling skills and is designed for a variety of health professionals, including marriage and family therapists; licensed clinical social workers; addiction counselors; and nurses who work in primary care, mental health, student counseling, and substance abuse treatment centers.

Enrollment deadline: Jun 19

Westwood: 202 Extension Lindbrook Center
Saturday, 9am-3:45pm,
June 9


1 meeting total

This course does not require textbooks.