3 steps to complete the CD Education Course:
- READ and study the Chapters identified in the Exam Questions Packet for each part.
- ANSWER the questions using the online Answer Sheet (70% correct to pass).
- PRINT the completion certificate that is automatically emailed to you
Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with Co-occurring Disorders, Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 42 (also known as “TIP 42“) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. DHHS Publication No. (SMA) 05-3992 Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
To download a free PDF electronic version of TIP 42, select the picture of the textbook cover, above. You may also order a paperback version of TIP 42 directly from SAMHSA at this link: www.samhsa.gov
CD-1451P1: Co-occurring Disorders Education Course, Part 1 (15 hours)
Chapters 2 through 5
Includes examination of co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders, including definition, terms, and classification systems for co-occurring disorders; keys to successful programming; assessment; and strategies for working with clients with co-occurring disorders.
Part 1 EXAM QUESTIONS PACKET
Part 1 ANSWER SHEET
CD-1451P2: Co-occurring Disorders Education Course, Part 2 (15 hours)
Chapters 6 through 9
Includes an examination of co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders, including traditional setting and models; special settings and specific populations; overview of specific mental disorders and cross-cutting issues; and substance-induced disorders.
Part 2 EXAM QUESTIONS PACKET
Part 2 ANSWER SHEET
CD-1451P3: Co-occurring Disorders Education Course, Part 3 (10 hours)
Appendices C and D
Includes an examination of a glossary of terms related to co-occurring disorders; identification of specific mental disorders – including suicidality, nicotine dependence, mood and anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.
Part 3 EXAM QUESTIONS PACKET
Part 3 ANSWER SHEET
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE) CREDIT
Any or all parts of this course may also be completed and counted as Breining Institute-approved continuing education (CE) credit. However, please note that because these individual courses may be used to earn a professional credential, they do not qualify as NAADAC-approved continuing education (CE) credit.