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Canada Intervention Training

Douglas College,
New Westminster, BC, Canada
October 20th, 21st 2018.
Where: Douglas College, 700 Royal Ave, New Westminster, BC, Canada
When: October 20 & 21st 2018 – Saturday & Sunday 9am to 5pm
CEU’s :16 in classroom CEU’s from CACCF, PCB/CIP & CCAPP
Cost: $550 Enrollment : PayPal: patti.pike@canaminterventions.com
Contact: (415) 827-3725 text or call.
Would you like you to become an interventionist ? and start on the path to become a certified intervention professional ?
 
Would you like to work with families & family system models, aftercare & case management for both the families and clients, suffering with addictions & complex trauma?
 
If so, this professional training is for you ! 
 
Can Am Intervention training & case management training will give you the skills, to be better equipped, to work in the addiction field. 
Patricia Pike is the founder and principle at CanAm Interventions, Interventions Canada & Canada Intervention training, she has an established and successfully proven practice in the U.S. and Canada. She has helped literally hundreds of addicts and those suffering from associated disorders as well as emotional and mental health issues.
Ms. Pike is a native of Canada, working in the Greater Vancouver area for many years. Her goal is to enrich, inspire and educate professionals in the health care field. To raise the bar of professional skills, improve the quality of treatment for those struggling with addiction and complex mental health challenges.
Can am Intervention training is a highly effective Intervention Training. Addictions is a global crisis in our country and it has never been more important to have highly effective and ethical approaches for interventions from certified and credentialed interventionists.
 Patricia M. Pike (LAADC, CAADC II, ICADC ,NAID & CIP), a prominent internationally certified, and highly successful, interventionist and addiction specialist is offering a unique approach to training for interventionists or those working in treatment, recovery, health care, or associated fields. 
 
 Can Am Interventions is approved through CACCF, CCAPP and PCB/CIP to provide up to 21 CEU’s in classroom education hours that can be used towards recertification 
 
CACCF is also an active member of the International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC). CACCF provides, professional, credible and legal certification.
 
CCAPP – provides a forum and a unifying voice for practitioners and programs. As the state’s largest AOD advocate for programs.
 
PCB Pennsylvania Certification Board holds and implements standards and testing for certification for Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) internationally.
 This training is open to all persons that work in addictions or mental health or other professional fields that want to learn about interventions & case management. 
 
Earn: 16 in classroom CEU’s education credits  for recertification for CIP/PCB, CACCF and CCAPP.Highly Effective Intervention Skills & Training 101 (1) NEW 8 15 2018

FAMILY CASE -MANAGEMENT & CONSULTATION

Can Am Interventions

What is Family Consultation? CanAm Interventions Services offers Family Consulting and Case Management for families and their loved ones that has been proven for a high rate of recovery success.pic 2

Patti’s beliefs about working with families as interventionist, addiction specialist and family consultant comes from her own research and from helping many families recover.

  • What is often heard from families that sent their loved one to treatment is this: “Our loved one did so well in treatment – he conformed to all levels of primary, secondary and outpatient treatment. They were so solid. I don’t understand what happened.
  • He was the model recovering person in treatment while he was getting treated for addiction/behavior issues. Then he relapsed as soon as he was not in a confined environment with someone telling them what to do.”

  • The next part of the story goes like this: “This is the fifth time he been…

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FAMILY CASE -MANAGEMENT & CONSULTATION

What is Family Consultation? CanAm Interventions Services offers Family Consulting and Case Management for families and their loved ones that has been proven for a high rate of recovery success.pic 2

Patti’s beliefs about working with families as interventionist, addiction specialist and family consultant comes from her own research and from helping many families recover.

  • What is often heard from families that sent their loved one to treatment is this: “Our loved one did so well in treatment – he conformed to all levels of primary, secondary and outpatient treatment. They were so solid. I don’t understand what happened.
  • He was the model recovering person in treatment while he was getting treated for addiction/behavior issues. Then he relapsed as soon as he was not in a confined environment with someone telling them what to do.”

 

  • The next part of the story goes like this: “This is the fifth time he been in treatment and as soon as he completed the treatment program, he relapsed.”

Family Consultation:

  • It is best to treat the entire families and advocating for the identified patient.
  • The aim of family systemic education/therapy and using recovery tools adaptations is to work on these problems by encouraging family members and their loved ones to build on family strengths and ultimately make useful changes in their lives and relationships.
  • Families coming together and learning to work together, leads to new opportunities to obtain resources and appreciate the needs for emotional wellness of each member within the family unit.

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  • Gain better understanding of how your family functions
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses within your family system
  • Set family goals and devise strategies to resolve problems
  • Develop and build healthy communication skills within your family
  • Make useful changes to make your entire family unit stronger
  • Establish family agreements and make useful changes for a stronger family unit

Who can benefit from Family Consultation? The purpose of Family Consultation is for the whole family to help to gain education on how to stop destructive patterns, negative reactions and learn how to have a different relationship with your loved one.

  • When your loved one accepts Drug Rehab and/or Alcohol treatment – either inpatient, outpatient and/or community-based treatment, family members are so excited that their focus is on the loved one making changes.
  • It is the family that needs to make personal changes, too, by gaining support and direction from a family consultant. If the family does not learn a new language on how to communicate with your loved one, the family member can sabotage and interrupt your loved one’s treatment.

How long is Family Consultation? Family Consultation can be available for 3 months, up to 5 years.

  • The statistics show that it takes 90 days of recovery treatment to change old behaviors and two years of consistent recovery to change old ways of thinking.
  • Engaging families in an exploration of strengths, values, and goals helps to build mutual trust and respect between them. This, in turn, often leads to more successful outcomes.
  • This relationship can be built upon when problems arise. In the presence of open communication, families and helpers can work together to identify the informal and formal supports that can reduce or eliminate the factors causing harm or risk.

Steps of Case Management:

  • Initial Consultation – Develop a thorough history of the problem and the family dynamics. With this information, we can begin formulating a list of options and a direction of how best to deal with your loved one. It is important to learn effective communication without any debate or negative engagements.
  • Preparation – Family consulting requires a commitment from family members by using: Skype, telephone, emails, and texting as needed, to gain better awareness and to learn to communicate with your loved one with a goal of not enabling or feeling like you are being held hostage by their addictive/mental health behaviors.
  • Treatment Coordination – Treatment planning, helping your family research Drug Rehabs for your loved one’s placement into treatment and follow up with the recovery center, after the clients enters also following up with the family.
  • Family/Patient Assessment – The family consultant will assess each family member and/or patient to make recommendations as needed. The family consultant will also collaborate with the treatment team weekly to follow up on the progress and report the outcome to your family.
  • Family Consulting – Family Consulting Session includes: working with individual family members and/or a family group. Sessions are led by Patricia M. Pike and/or her team with a detailed appropriate action plan that is focused on personal self-awareness, gaining new insight and finding solutions on best approaches to support your loved one in treatment.

For more information on interventions, contact www.canaminterventions.com

TREATMENT REFERRALS & AFTERCARE SERVICES

Recovery Management Support Services; CanAm provides a complete continuum of services to help those struggling with addiction using a recovery management approach that can work with patients and families in the privacy of their own home. We use family consultants, companionship services and monitoring to promote personal responsibility and accountability.untitled-11

Addiction and Mental Health Referral Services Can Am offers a full range of community-based addiction and mental health referral services such as residential, outpatient, and intensive day program models.Our goal is to work closely with patients and families while patients are accessing these services. It is an extra assurance that patients can transition into the community with support networks

Aftercare Monitoring Program:

Aftercare refers to the phase of treatment that follows discharge, when the client no longer requires the intensity of primary treatment. Having a clearly designed discharge plan helps clients continue to reorient their behavior to the ongoing reality of a sober lifestyle.cropped-case-management.jpeg

Aftercare Monitoring Program is designed to allow clients to increase their independence or review their progress in overcoming addictive behaviors.

Aftercare treatment gives clients the flexibility and support to determine whether they’re ready to move forward in treatment phases and/ or whether they may need to return to a higher level of care.

Purpose of the Aftercare Monitoring Program:

  • Hold the participant accountable for their own actions
  • Help them develop responsibility for their sobriety
  • Provide assurance to family members, employers or others involved
  • Provide involved participants with a higher success rate in achieving long term sobriety

Practical Steps to Recovery Management:

  • A signed treatment contract that outlines post-treatment recovery activities, including meetings, individual sessions, urine tests, etc.
  • Reporting protocols for non-compliance with terms of the contract • Random forensic urine testing, with a minimum of four per month for the first year
  • A minimum of three weekly documented 12-Step or other Self-Help support group attendances
  • Participation in at least one weekly facilitated therapy group
  • Minimum of at least one weekly individual session
  • Minimum of at least twice monthly meetings with the Monitor or service Provider
  • Monthly written progress reports to the designated employee representative or family member

 

For more information on interventions, contact www.canaminterventions.com

FENTANYL INTERVENTIONS

An intervention is an orchestrated by a professional to help families or friends to facilitate

The term intervention is most often used when the traumatic event involves addiction to drugs or other items. Intervention can also refer to the act of using a similar technique within a therapy session.

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What is the definition of Fentanyl Addiction? A synthetic, short-acting narcotic analgesic and sedative, C 28 H 36 N 2 O 8, used in combination with other drugs in anesthesia and in neurolept analgesia. A narcotic analgesic used in combination with other drugs before, during, or following surgery.

Fentanyl is one of the strongest opiate drugs on the market.

 

 

What are some of the signs and behavioral symptoms of the drug Fentanyl addiction?

  • Obsessive/a need to obtain more prescription for Fentanyl
  • Isolation from family and friends becoming more withdrawal socially •
  • Lying about the amount drugs used
  • Missed work, unable to attain information in school or remember family events
  • Trying to find other doctors to prescribe Fentanyl
  • Having multiple of prescriptions for Fentanyl
  • Lying and stealing money from family and friends
  • Lying about the number of drugs taken

Increase in drug-seeking behaviors Fentanyl Withdrawal symptoms may include:

  • Dizziness/light headed
  • Sweating / unable to sleep
  • Chills/vomiting/fever
  • Cramping/cold sweats
  • Unable to eat/nausea
  • Seizures/body movements
  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • Muscle and body aches /kicking
  • Twitching

Fentanyl Addiction Interventions Treatment: If you are a family member that is struggling with your loved ones “Fentanyl Addiction” and do not know what to do, we at CanAm Interventions specializes in Fentanyl interventions.

It is important for you as family member to understand that you are dealing with a deadly addiction and you cannot rationalize or talked your loved one in to stop using Fentanyl. We advised you to seek professional help today from an intervention counselor that specializes in getting help for your Fentanyl addicted loved one.

Fentanyl is an addictive drug and the only way for your loved one to stop using Fentanyl is to access treatment, to have medical trained staff available, to navigate support services and help manage the withdrawal symptoms.

It is also very important that your loved one access treatment for “Fentanyl addiction”. Information/Reference taken from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fentanyl.

For more information on interventions, contact www.canaminterventions.com It is also very important that your loved one access treatment for Fentanyl addiction.