Acupuncture, Addictions, and Trauma 101 (ADS Mod 3)

$25.00

Course details

  • Integration of acupuncture with other community based services
  • Recovery, self-help, and harm reduction 
  • Science of trauma and acupuncture
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences 
  • Oriental medicine theory on addictions and trauma
  • Addictions, trauma, psychiatric health
  • Simple screening tools for working in addictions and behavioral health
  • Humanitarian aid, disaster relief
  • Limitations of acupuncture and the adjunctive role in behavioral healthcare
  • Stages of change 
  • Acupuncture within faith-based programs as part of spiritual growth, mediation and mindfulness 
  • Strengths and weaknesses of all approaches, theories, modalities
  • History of systemic injustice and the roots of addiction
  • Collaboration with other providers
  • Case studies in culturally competent behavioral health and humanitarian aid programs
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With Ryan Bemis, Jay Renaud and Will Hall

This webinar is Module 3 of our Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist (ADS) training program, approved by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association, offering qualified students the chance to complete a portion of the didactic parts of this 70-hour ADS training online.

 

This specific course is open for anyone to take. However, if you would like to receive credit for this course to use towards your 70-hour ADS training, you will need to do the following prior to signing up for this course:

 

Email a resume and cover letter to crossroadsacu@gmail.com.  Please include details on your professional background, your licenses as a health provider or counselor, and the location and setting you work in.

Who this course is designed for

  • Acupuncturists and Acupuncture Detoxification Specialists
  • Doctors, Nurses, and community health workers
  • Acupuncture educators
  • Administrators in hospitals, community health, and addictions programs
  • Counselors, therapists, and peer-support workers

Course details

  • Integration of acupuncture with other community based services
  • Recovery, self-help, and harm reduction 
  • Science of trauma and acupuncture
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences 
  • Oriental medicine theory on addictions and trauma
  • Addictions, trauma, psychiatric health
  • Simple screening tools for working in addictions and behavioral health
  • Humanitarian aid, disaster relief
  • Limitations of acupuncture and the adjunctive role in behavioral healthcare
  • Stages of change 
  • Acupuncture within faith-based programs as part of spiritual growth, mediation and mindfulness 
  • Strengths and weaknesses of all approaches, theories, modalities
  • History of systemic injustice and the roots of addiction
  • Collaboration with other providers
  • Case studies in culturally competent behavioral health and humanitarian aid programs
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