Contingency Management Overview | Co-occurring Disorders Track, Mental Health Institute
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NOTE: This event is specifically for Washington State attendees who are part of the behavioral health workforce.
This session is part of the Co-occurring Disorders track of the Mental Health Institute.
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Contingency Management is a behavior therapy used commonly in substance use disorder treatment that uses positive reinforcement to encourage change. Positive reinforcement has strong research support as a change influencer across people of all ages and settings. In this training participants will learn the key principles of Contingency Management, get a taste of what this intervention looks like, and discuss implementation of this evidence-based intervention in real-world settings.
Contact hours will be available for participants who attend the entire session. The University of Washington is an approved provider of continuing education for DOH licensed social workers, licensed mental health counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, psychologists, chemical dependency professionals, nurses and physicians under the provisions of: WAC 246-809-610, WAC 246-809-620,WAC 246-811-200, WAC 246-840-210, WAC 246-919-460 and WAC 246-924-240.
Session is 10a-12p PT
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K. Michelle Peavy, PhD, MAC, SUDP
Dr. Michelle Peavy is an Associate Professor in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University and Director of Training at PRISM (Promoting Research Initiatives in Substance Use and Mental Health). She is a licensed clinical psychologist and holds specialized credentials in treating substance use disorders. She has spent most of her professional life working within substance use disorder treatment settings as a clinician, a clinical researcher or both. As such, she has interests in interventions targeting substance use, as well as clinical training and workforce development for professionals working with people with substance use disorders.
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