February 13 Madison CE Seminar

Thursday, 13 February '20   8:30am - 4pm
Discovery Building, UW-Madison, 330 N Orchard Street, Madison, WI
12 spaces available
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
Available until Mon 13 Jan 8:30am
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
Available until Thu 30 Jan 8:30am
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