VIRTUAL TRAINING: Duke-UNC Intensive Behavioral Health Approaches to Tobacco Treatment (7.75 CME hours)
May 10, 2022
Health care professionals have received little training in current advanced techniques for intensive behavioral approaches to improved tobacco use treatment. This training will assist clinicians with acquiring improved skills in behavioral interventions for tobacco use treatment. Through experiential training methods, participants will be able to demonstrate how to use a variety of behavioral interventions, from motivational interviewing to cognitive behavior therapy to mindfulness practice. The training will also practice how understanding cultural differences can improve behavioral counseling outcomes.
- Foundational Behavioral Interventions
- Myths and misconceptions about counseling
- Motivational interviewing for increasing cessation outcomes
- Cognitive behavioral therapy in tobacco treatment
- Mindfulness approaches to tobacco treatment
- Implementing skills training in cessation treatment
- Implementing social support strategies into cessation treatment
- Practical approaches and cases
- Adam O. Goldstein, MD, MPH, Professor, UNC Family Medicine
- Michael Baca-Atlas, MD, Assistant Professor, UNC Family Medicine
- Kim Schoenbill, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, UNC Family Medicine
- Susan Trout, LCSW, MSPH, NCTTP, UNC Family Medicine
- Eiman Newcomer, MCSW, LCAS, NCTTP, UNC Family Medicine
- Ellen Ruebush LCSW, LCAS, NCTTP, UNC Family Medicine
Prerequisites: This is an advanced course designed for behavioral health providers who already have experience providing tobacco use treatment. The course would also be ideal for those who wish to increase their knowledge about advanced behavioral health approaches for tobacco use treatment. It is not recommended for individuals who have no prior experience with behavioral health approaches treatment of tobacco use; those individuals would benefit from our full tobacco treatment specialist training program.
Registration fee: $300 (includes all course materials and CME credit processing)
CME credit: 7.75 hours
For more information or to register: Please visit www.dukeunctts.com/cme.
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