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Presenter: Karen L. Dapper, PsyD, RNBC presents information from Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Included Article: National Institute of Drug Abuse from the Research Report Series, Comorbidity (2010)
Credits: 1 CE Ethics (after successful completion of quiz)
Cost: OPA Member: $25 | Nonmember:$40
Opiates have become a serious public health issue in Ohio. Psychologists in Ohio need to be aware of the facts about this epidemic in order to provide better treatment and referral. The increase in unintentional overdose deaths is alarming. The Ohio Health Department, the Mental Health and Addiction Services Department and the State Legislature are actively exploring solutions to this problem. This presentation and article from the National Institute of Drug Addiction will provide psychologists with background information about opiate abuse and comorbidity between addictions and mental illness.
- Improve sensitivity to potential opiate abuse in patient population.
- Learn the genetic relationship between addictions and mental illness.
- Learn which treatments demonstrate evidence of effective use for individuals with comorbid addictions and mental illness.
About the Speaker:
Karen L. Dapper, PsyD, RNBC is currently employed as a Clinical Supervisor for CompDrug. In addition, she serves on the clinical faculty for the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University, and is an adjunct professor for Park University in the Social Sciences Department. She was previously employed as the Clinical Director of Mental Health Services at the Ohio Reformatory for Women for many years.
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