February 13 Madison CE Seminar

Thursday, 13 February '20   8:30am - 4pm
Discovery Building, UW-Madison, 330 N Orchard Street, Madison, WI
Fully booked
Details

“Ending the cycle: Integrated treatment for opioid use disorder and co-occurring depression” is a continuing education seminar (5.0 instructional hours) for psychologists, master-level social workers and professional counselors and other healthcare professionals who would like to enhance their knowledge about best practices and improve their ability to work with individuals with a co-occurring substance use and mental health disorder. Appropriate for intermediate level practitioners.

Tickets

Cost
Early registration
Includes continental breakfast, box lunch, with coffee services throughout the day, plus handouts. Requirements for successful completion is completing this educational offering: proof of attendance on the sign-in/sign-out sheets, along with a completed evaluation form and request for CE credit form. Rogers Memorial Hospital | Rogers Behavioral Health and all current accreditation statuses does not imply endorsement of any commercial products displayed in conjunction with this activity.
$60.00
Regular registration
Includes continental breakfast, box lunch, with coffee services throughout the day, plus handouts. Requirements for successful completion is completing this educational offering: proof of attendance on the sign-in/sign-out sheets, along with a completed evaluation form and request for CE credit form. Rogers Memorial Hospital | Rogers Behavioral Health and all current accreditation statuses does not imply endorsement of any commercial products displayed in conjunction with this activity.
$75.00
Location

Discovery Building, UW-Madison
330 N Orchard Street
Madison
WI