Workshop | Recovery-Oriented Approaches for Substances Use Disorders
March 19, 2021 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Recovery-Oriented Approaches for Substances Use Disorders
Presented By Pavillon
Brian Coon, MA, LCAS, CCS, MAC
Traditional frameworks of addiction recovery and addiction treatment recognize long term supports play an important role following formal treatment. What further elements of recovery orientation in clinical practice have been developed?
This presentation will provide an updated look at substance use disorder treatment and supports for ongoing recovery by reviewing the principles of behavioral health recovery management (BHRM) that later became formalized as recovery-oriented systems of care (ROSC). The resulting continuum from a traditional orientation to a newer recovery orientation will be applied to innovating in our systems and also in our approaches to helping individuals. Opportunities for recovery-oriented organizational change and related leadership practices supportive of change at the organizational level will be discussed.
- Describe the shift from a pathology orientation to a long-term recovery-oriented paradigm
- List the recovery management principles that can help inform development of clinical services with a recovery orientation
- Discuss individual care and systems of care from a recovery-oriented perspective, including innovative practices to better serve individuals
- Understand opportunities for recovery-oriented organizational change and supportive leadership practices specific to making organizational change
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM – “Recovery-Oriented Approaches for Substances Use Disorders“
We have applied to the NC Substance Abuse
Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) for
approval of 2 substance abuse specific credits.
About the Presenter
Brian is Pavillon’s Director of Clinical Programs. His duties include direction of the evaluation and treatment of the medical, legal, and other professionals served at Pavillon, development of organization-wide clinical programing, clinical staff education, internal and external training, outcome evaluation, research and publication. Brian leads pre-admission clinical coordination and approval for admissions to Pavillon’s residential programs. Additionally, Brian is responsible for development and integration of the use of technology within Pavillon’s clinical services.
He received both his undergraduate degree in psychology and his master’s degree in community-clinical psychology from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. He began his full-time clinical work during his graduate internship in 1988. Since that time, he has worked in addressing co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders in roles ranging from clinician to clinical supervisor and manager of multiple treatment programs. He is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist, Certified Clinical Supervisor, and nationally credentialed as a Master Addiction Counselor. His clinical background is in cognitive-behavioral psychology and evidence-based treatment of co-occurring disorders in various residential and outpatient modalities and levels of care.