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Treatment for Teens with Co-occurring Disorders

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Let's Talk - A Professional Development Webinar Series

The multiple and various symptoms associated with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders can create barriers to treatment and recovery, especially when care approaches aren’t integrated. For adolescent and young adult patients, developmental factors and significant life transitions in school, work and relationships pose additional treatment complexities and considerations. Join clinical social worker Victoria Lauer-Hunt to take a closer look at the intersection of co-occurring disorders and psychosocial development, identify evidence-based treatment practices and discuss integrated approaches to care.

- Recognize the prevalence of co-occurring disorders among adolescent and young adult populations
- Identify biopsychosocial aspects of co-occurring disorders
- Distinguish between the effects of substance intoxication or withdrawal and the symptoms of co-occurring mental health disorders
- Describe evidence-based practices helpful in treating co-occurring disorders in adolescents and young adults

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A certificate of completion will be awarded for attending this event. Please note, this event has not been approved for continuing education (CE) credit. The participant is responsible to verify if this activity meets their continuing education board requirements in order to gain credit.

Victoria Lauer-Hunt

As a clinical social worker at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s center for youth and families in Plymouth, MN, Victoria Lauer-Hunt specializes in integrated care for adolescents and young adults with co-occurring disorders. Prior to joining Hazelden Betty Ford, she worked as a clinical program therapist at the Minnesota Department of Human Services. She completed clinical training at North Memorial Hospital and has advanced practice experience in treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders at Fraser.

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Date & Time: 
Wednesday, December 15, 2021 1:30 pm

15245 Pleasant Valley Rd, Center City, MN 55012