NAADAC Specialty Online Trainings

To expand its educational offerings, NAADAC now offers specialty online training to address specific addiction treatment-related education needs.  Both NAADAC members and non-member must pay a fee to access this education and receive a CE certificate.

 To receive a CE certificate, follow these steps:

  1. Participate in a webinar by paying a $25 fee and watching the live event or on-demand recording in its entirety. Each individual must pay a $25 fee to register for the webinar and watch the entire presentation, which we will verify via our time tracking software. Note that downloading and reviewing the PowerPoint slides is not considered participation. You must register for and watch the presentation.
  2. Successfully pass the associated online CE quiz that is related to the webinar content and your Certificate of Completion will be immediately available for you to download and save. 

Upon completion of all of the webinars in each respective training series, you may apply for the respective certificate evidencing your accomplishment.

For more information and technical support, see our FAQ page on the webinar series.

Advances in Technology in the Addiction Profession Specialty Online Training Series

Upon completion of the training series, individuals may apply for the Advances in Technology in the Addiction Profession Certificate.

Digital Therapeutics - Clinically Validated Behavioral Treatments for Substance Use Disorders
The Power of Peers in an App for Tele-Addiction Recovery Support


This webinar is sponsored by MAP Health Management.

Social Media-Based Interventions for Addiction
The Art and Science of Predicting Recurrence
Using Mobile Apps for Treating Co-occurring Eating & Substance Use Disorders
Addiction Treatment - A Virtual Frontier
Leveraging Technology to Enable and Enhance Clinical Supervision

Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Specialty Online Training Series

Upon completion of the training series, individuals may apply for the Certificate of Achievement for Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession.

Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Part One: Integrating Wellness Into Substance Use Disorder Prevention
Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Part Two: Food as Medicine
Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Part Three: Substance Use to Exercise - Are We Moving from One Addiction to Another?
Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Part Four: Ballroom Dance - Sustainable Client Wellness for Recovery Centers
Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Part Five: Mindfulness with Clients - Sitting with Discomfort
Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession Part Six: Strategic Disengagement for You and Your Clients

Ethics in Practice Specialty Online Training Series

Upon completion of the training series, individuals may apply for the Ethics in Practice Certificate.

Ethics in Practice, Part 1: Principles I & VIII
Ethics in Practice, Part 2: Principle II 
Ethics in Practice, Part 3: Principles III, IV, & IX 
Ethics in Practice, Part 4: Principle VII 
Ethics in Practice, Part 5: Principles V & VI 
Ethics in Practice, Part 6: Modern Ethics in Addiction Treatment and Panel Discussion 

Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Specialty Online Training Series

Upon completion of the training series, individuals may apply for the Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Certificate.

Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Part One: The Supervisory Relationship
Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Part Two: Using Technology for Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Part Three: Legal and Ethical Issues in Supervision
Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Part Four: Stages of Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Part Five: How to Structure Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession Part Six: Motivational Interviewing in Clinical Supervision: A Parallel Process

Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Specialty Online Training Series

Upon completion of the training series, individuals may apply for the Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Certificate.

Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Part One: Supporting Those Who Served – Substance Use and Comprehensive Mental Health for Military Affiliated Populations
Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Part Two: Supporting Life After Service – Addiction and Transition to Post-Military Life
Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Part Three: Mental Health for Military Populations – Core Clinical Competencies for Treating Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families
Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Part Four: Beyond Basic Military Awareness – Cultural Competence in Working with Military Affiliated Populations
Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Part Five: Identifying Presenting Concerns – Assessment Competencies for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families
Addiction Treatment in Military & Veteran Culture Part Six: Using What Works – A Review of Evidence Based Treatments for Military Populations


NAADAC Now Offers Closed Captioning for Webinars

NAADAC is proud to announce that closed captioning is now available on live NAADAC webinars! In addition, transcripts will be made available for on-demand webinars recorded on and after March 27, 2019.

The captioning capabilities are in compliance with the practices defined in Worldwide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

To access closed captioning for an upcoming webinar, register for the webinar and a link for closed captioning will be provided to you. Transcripts for on-demand webinars are available on each webinar webpage.

If you have any questions, please contact NAADAC Training & Professional Development Content Manager Jessica O’Brien, LCSW, CASAC, CPTM, at [email protected].

Problem? Question?

Browse the Frequently Asked Questions section for answers or email NAADAC.