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Conference Evaluation

Evaluation Surveys by Day

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Day 1: Monday, February 1st

  • 10:00 AM CST - Indigenous Perspectives related to Addiction, Treatment, and Recovery
  • 1:00 PM CST - Pain to Paranoia: How the Immigrant Experience with Trauma Affects Substance Use Treatment
  • 2:30 PM CST - The Intersection Between Trafficking and Addictions

Evaluation For Day 1

Day 2: Tuesday, February 2nd

  • 10:00 AM CST - Applying the Biopsychosocial Model: Individuals with Disabilities Seeking Treatment for Addiction
  • 1:00 PM CST - Responding to the Unique Treatment Needs of Older Adults
  • 2:30 PM CST - HIV/AIDS and Addiction in Rural Communities

Evaluation For Day 2

Day 3: Wednesday, February 3rd

  • 10:00 AM CST - Working with Male Domestic Violence Perpetrators with Co-Occurring Substance Use Concerns
  • 1:00 PM CST - Using the Social-Ecological Model to Explore the Impact of Military Life on Substance Use and Treatment
  • 2:30 PM CST - The Intersections of Addiction and Incarceration: Culturally and Politically Informed Interventions for Substance Use Recovery

Evaluation For Day 3

Day 4: Thursday, February 4th

  • 10:00 AM CST - Rural LGBTQ+ Youth’s Risk Factors and Barriers to Substance Use Treatment
  • 1:00 PM CST - Diverse Addictive Behaviors: Examining Biological, Psychological, Social, and Cultural Considerations of Process Addictions
  • 2:30 PM CST - Play Therapy with Children and Families Impacted by Addiction and Domestic Violence

Evaluation For Day 4

Day 5: Friday, February 5th

  • 10:00 AM CST - Recognizing and Addressing Microaggressions: Cultural Humility, Broaching, and Anti-Bias Strategies in Addiction Treatment Groups
  • 1:00 PM CST - Healing the Crisis: Counselors and Communities as Solutions to the Opioid Epidemic
  • 2:30 PM CST - Telehealth and Substance Use Disorders in the Heartland: Considerations and Competencies

Evaluation For Day 5

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