Adolescent Treatment: How Recent Treatment Trends May Not Meet Pati...
Adolescent Treatment: How Recent Treatment Trends May Not Meet Patient Needs
During the presentation, we will identify current trends in adolescent substance use, explore a number of adolescent treatment modalities, and outline discrepancies between pertinent research and treatment trends.
- Gaining a better understanding about current trends in adolescent substance use;
- Exploring recent changes in adolescent treatment options around the country;
- Evaluate whether trendy treatment modalities align with current research on the needs of adolescents with substance use disorders
September 12, 2018 – 2 sessions; participants only need to choose 1 session. They are identical sessions.
- 9:00AM – 12:00PM
- 1:00PM – 4:00PM
Cost: $10.00 per attendee
Presenter Bio: Kelly Little, MSW, LCASA
Ms. Little received her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Elon University and her Masters in Social Work at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte. Her passion for working in the field of addiction grew out of her experience with harm reduction strategies, as she worked as a college-level peer educator for 5 years. Through this experience, she researched the impact of body image on male and female college students, as well as the impact of CBT on adolescents with substance use disorders. Ms. Little has worked the treatment field since 2011, specializing in the treatment of adolescents. She has been at the Dilworth Center for 5 years and is currently responsible for adult and adolescent assessments, adolescent patient caseloads, patient and family education, and group therapy facilitation.