Beyond the Opiate Epidemic Workshop on Patient Centered Collaborative Care for Pain Management.
Understanding Pain Management during the Pandemic
Dr. Changaris is the Chief Training Officer, Psychopharmacology for the Wright Institute Integrated Health Psychology Training Program, he is an adjunct professor with John F. Kennedy University and The Wright Institute. Dr. Changaris is a clinical health psychologist with a specialty in the biological bases of behavior, multicultural psychology, stress physiology, and the neuroanatomy of PTSD. He has expertise in integrated health care systems delivery, geriatric psychology, psychoneuroendocrinology and the neurobiology of PTSD. Dr. Changaris is the training coordinator for an integrated health psychology program that works with underserved individuals in integrated care settings.
Substances use is increasing as more and more people are being ordered to “stay-at-home.” Learn how to identify and combat problem behaviors related to increased substance use with Beyond the Opiate Epidemic.
This event will help you develop a biopsychosocial care plan by identifying core drivers of substance use, by understanding the contribution of environmental triggers, and by utilizing collaborative team approaches to pain management. Apply this information to your work with clients during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The event will be 3 hours and professionals will receive 3 CE credits for attending.
FREE FOR NCMI MEMBERS
NONMEMBERS $75 entry.
NCMI will be offering this event virtually do to the COVID-19 pandemic. NONMEMBERS Please Register HERE
NCMI is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. NCMI maintains responsibility for this program and its content.