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MODULE 1TRAINING INTRODUCTION

Treatment for Substance Use


DisordersThe Continuum of Care
for Addiction Professionals
The Colombo Plan Asian Centre for Certification and Education of Addiction Professionals Training Series
Curriculum 2
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Module 1 Learning Objectives
Explain the overall training goals and at least
four objectives of the 5-day training
State at least one personal learning goal
Briefly describe the broad goal of treatment
for SUDs

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Partner Exercise: Introductions
What is your name?
What is your job title? What does your job
entail?
Can you tell me a recent amusing experience
OR one interesting fact about yourself (this
could be a special skill, interest, hobby)?

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Training Materials
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Break
15 minutes

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The Global Problem
149272 million people used illicit substances
at least once in 2009


Source: UNODC. (2011). World drug report 2011. New York: United Nations.
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Substance Use DisorderDSM IV-
TR
Substance-related Disorders
Substance Use Disorders
Substance Dependence
Substance Abuse
Substance-Induced Disorders
Substance Intoxication
Substance Withdrawal
Substance-Induced Mental Disorders


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Substance Use Disorders
Includes the categories Harmful Use and
Dependence Syndrome of the World Health
Organizations International Classification of
Diseases (ICD)-10
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The Global Problem
1539 million problem drug users
Problem drug use was determined based on:
The number of people reported to be dependent
on a substance
The number who injected substances
The number reporting long duration of use of
opioids, amphetamines, or cocaine.

Source: UNODC. (2011). World drug report 2011. New York: United Nations.
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The Global Problem
1121 million people injected drugs in 2009

About 18 percent of those who inject drugs are
HIV positive
About 50 percent of those who inject drugs are
infected with hepatitis C
Source: UNODC. (2011). World drug report 2011. New York: United Nations.
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The Global Problem
Global consequences of SUDs are far-
reaching and include:
Higher rates of hepatitis and tuberculosis
Automobile and other accidents
Overdose deaths
Suicide
Violence
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The Global Problem

There continues to be an enormous unmet
need for drug use prevention, treatment, care
and support, particularly in developing
countries.
Yuri Fedotov, Executive Director, UNODC
Source: UNODC. (2011). World drug report 2011. New York: United Nations. p. 9.
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Training Series Goals
Build international treatment capacity:
Train
Professionalize
Expand
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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 1: Physiology and Pharmacology
(3 days)
Foundational, not how-to or skills-based
Overview of the physiology of addiction as a brain
disease and the pharmacology of psychoactive
substances


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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 3: Common Co-Occurring Mental
and Medical DisordersAn Overview for
Addiction Professionals (2 days)
Foundational, not how-to or skills-based
Overview of the relationship of co-occurring
disorders to one another, treatment issues, and
descriptions of commonly co-occurring mental
and medical disorders
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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 4: Basic Counseling Skills for
Addiction Professionals (5 days)
Skills-based
Overview of the helping relationship;
intentionality, or focus, in counseling; cross-
cutting counseling skills; basic motivational
interviewing; teaching clients recovery skills; and
group counseling skills
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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 5: Assessment and Intake,
Treatment Planning, and Documentation for
Addiction Professionals (4 days)
Skills-based
Effective, integrated assessment and treatment
planning; documentation as a treatment tool


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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 6: Case Management for Addiction
Professionals
Foundational and skills-based
Overview of case management in SUD treatment;
and skills practice in case management functions
(planning, linkage, monitoring, advocacy,
consultation, collaboration)
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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 7: Crisis Intervention for Addiction
Professionals (2 days)
Foundational and skills-based
Crisis as a part of life, guidelines for crisis
management, managing suicide risk, and
avoiding your own crisis: counselor self-care
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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 8: Ethics for Addiction
Professionals (5 days)
Foundational course
Professional conduct and ethical behavior,
confidentiality, ethical principles and professional
codes of ethics, ethical decision-making,
supervision and ethical practice
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Curricula in the Series
Curriculum 9: Working With Families in
Substance Use Disorder Treatment (3 days)
Foundational and skills-based course
Impact of SUDs on family systems, benefits of
involving family in treatment, engaging family
members, providing services (psychoeducation,
conjoint family sessions, multi-family group
counseling), differences between family
counseling and family therapy, making referrals
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Curriculum 2 Training Goals
To provide participants with a comprehensive
overview of the nature of change
To provide participants with an understanding
of the process and elements of treatment for
SUDs
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Curriculum 2 Learning Objectives
Define and describe recovery
Define and describe elements of recovery management
Name the six stages of change and describe at least one
characteristic of clients in each stage
Name at least eight of the U.S. National Institute on Drug
Abuse principles of treatment
Name at least five factors that can affect a persons success
in treatment


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Curriculum 2 Learning Objectives
(continued)
Define and provide examples of recovery
capital
Describe the components of treatment
Define and provide examples of the continuum
of care
Briefly describe five evidence-based treatment
interventions

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Exercise: Training Expectations
Write two training expectations on your
remaining index card
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Small-Group Exercise: What is
Recovery?
Form small groups
Prepare a brief presentation that defines
recovery
Include real-life examples
Be creative!