CE Instructions for the Fifth Annual Alaska Training Institute

For all certified or licensed professionals, please note it is an ethical violation to take an online CE quiz for a training you did not complete. By taking an online CE quiz and obtaining a CE certificate, you are attesting that you attended the full duration (CE hours) of the training. .

Participants may earn up to 27 CEs at the Fifth Annual Alaska Training Institute by attending the live conference and watching any missed sessions on demand, or by watching all sessions on-demand at a later time. Please note, on-demand recordings are only available through February 28, 2021.
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PART 1: Get Your Session Words for All Attended Sessions

  1. At the beginning and end of each educational conference session, you will receive a “Session Word.” You will need this word to verify your attendance during the online conference evaluation and CE claim process. You may track this word on your own or use NAADAC’s Session Word Tracking Form.

Session tracking is solely your responsibility, so please be sure to record your Session Words so that you can receive your CE certificates. NAADAC staff are not able to provide you with the Session Words.

PART 2: Access Your Session Word CE Quizzes on my.naadac.org

  1. After gathering your Session Words, go to my.naadac.org and log in. Once you are logged in, click on (1) My Profile in the black left menu, then (2) the Purchases tab, and (3) CE Exams & Quizzes in the light grey left menu. All Session Word CE Quizzes for the Fifth Annual Alaska Training Institute should be listed here. Locate the CE Quiz for your session and (4) click Details.


     
  2. Click Take Quiz. Please note that the green “Take Quiz” button will not be available until the day of the session.

  3. When you are ready to take the CE Quiz and provide the Session Word for that particular conference session, select Click to Begin.
  4. Answer the single question by supplying the Session Word for that conference session.


     
  5. If you answer the question correctly, you will see the below message. You can now return to My Profile > Purchases > CE Exams & Quizzes to take another CE quiz or download your CE Certificate.


     

PART 3: Access/Download Your CE Certificate

  1. To print/save your CE Certificate, go to My Profile > Purchases > CE Exams & Quizzes. Locate the CE quiz you just passed and click the download icon under the Certificate column.


Continuing Education Approval

Participants may earn up to 27 Continuing Education (CE) Hours at the Fifth Annual Alaska Training Institute.

Trainings provided at the Fifth Annual Alaska Training Institute satisfy the Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification (ACBHC) Qualified Addiction Professional (QAP) category requirements. Please see below for a list of which session satisfies which ACBHC QAP category.

This educational program has been approved and is accepted for continuing education hours by the following:

  • NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals for continuing education credits. NAADAC Provider #189.
  • Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification (ACBHC).
  • National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5703. NAADAC is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.
  • The American Probation & Parole Association has approved NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals as a continuing education provider.
  • Mental Health and Addiction Certification Board of Oregon (MHACBO).
  • Washington State Department of Health.
  • California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators (CAADE) (#CP30 696 P 0000).
  • California Consortium of Addiction Programs & Professionals (CCAPP/CFAAP/CAADAC) Provider #OS-07-100-0822.
  • California Association of DUI Treatment Programs Provider (#174).
  • The Peer Recovery Support Track is approved by ASAP-NYCB for continuing ed¬ucation credits (CARC, CRPA).

Click here for a full list of other state licensure and certification boards accepting NAADAC CEs.


ACBHC QAP Categories

Below, please find training sessions at the Fifth Annual Alaska Training Institute that will satisfy ACBHC QAP requirements, separated by category. Click here to view full descriptions of each session.

ASAM Practice

  • BREAKOUT: Integrating ASAM Criteria into Practice, presented by Mita Johnson, EdD, LPC, MAC, SAP, CTHP II

Co-occurring Disorders

  • INTENSIVE THREE-PART TRAINING: Trauma-Sensitive Relapse Prevention - Parts 1, 2, and 3, presented by Michael DeMolina, PhD, LPCS, CDCS, MAC
     
  • BREAKOUT: Trauma Informed Care Systems: An Alaska Community Behavioral Health Organization's Journey to Becoming Trauma Informed, presented by Danny Gladden, MBA, MSW, LCSW, Bryan Hartzler, PhD, and Brandi Burchett, LPCS, LCAS, MAC

Documentation

  • INTENSIVE THREE-PART TRAINING: Understanding the Elements of a Quality Assessment, Understanding the Elements of a Quality Treatment Plan, and Understanding the Golden Thread from Assessment to Progress Notes, presented by Lynn Eldridge, MEd

NAADAC Confidentiality

  • BREAKOUT: Confidentiality Rule Changes and 42 CFR, presented by H. Westley Clark, MD, JD, MPH, CAS, FASAM

NAADAC Ethics

  • BREAKOUT: Building Ethics into Practice, presented by Mita Johnson, EdD, LPC, MAC, SAP, CTHP II
     
  • BREAKOUT: Developing a Telemental Health Business, presented by Jay Ostrowski, MA, NCC, LPC-S, ACS, BC-TMH

Principles and Practices of Supervision

  • INTENSIVE THREE-PART TRAINING: Clinical Supervision and Special Needs - Parts 1, 2, and 3, presented by Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, BSW, NCAC II, CDC III, SAP, and Malcolm Horn, PhD, LCSW, MAC, SAP
     
  • BREAKOUT: Supervision of Peer Specialists, presented by Shannon Harris, CDCS, NCAC I

Recovery, Health, Wellness and Balance

  • INTENSIVE THREE-PART TRAINING: The Peer Support Profession - Part 1: Choosing Recovery, Part 2: Working as a Peer, and Part 3: Adding Peers to Your Teams, presented by Jenifer Galvan, BA, CPC-S
     
  • BREAKOUT: Peer Coaching of the Future: Using Technology to Overcome Barriers, presented by Venus Woods, Kerby Kraus, and Julee Douglas

Special Issues in Behavioral Health

  • PLENARY: State of Alaska, presented by Leah Van Kirk and Heather Phelps
     
  • BREAKOUT: Pandemic, Economic Uncertainty, Compounding Natural Disasters, Political Turmoil: Addressing the Rapidly Rising Behavioral Health Needs of Caregivers and Communities, presented by Danny Gladden, MBA, MSW, LCSW, Rachel Gearhart, LCSW, CDC I, and Angela Tate, MEd, LPC
     
  • BREAKOUT: Building a Community of Support to Reduce Suicide, presented by Danny Gladden, MBA, MSW, LCSW, and Bart Andrews, PhD
     
  • BREAKOUT: Business Practices in a COVID-19 Environment, presented by Jerry Jenkins, MEd, LADAC, MAC and Courtney Donovan, PhD
     
  • BREAKOUT: Planning and Development of an Effective Tele-health Program in a MAT Setting, presented by Ronald J. Vlasaty, Jr., BA

Working with Diverse Populations

  • PLENARY: Cultural Humility in Practice: Promoting an Inclusive Environment to Those We Serve, presented by Gary Ferguson, II, BS, ND
     
  • BREAKOUT: The Effectiveness of Peer Recovery in Diverse Communities, presented by Masica Jordan, EdD, LCPC, CPRS, and Stephanie Strianse, MA, NCPRSS