Problem technology use: An introduction online course

person typing on a computerProblem technology use is a growing field in the addiction and mental health treatment sectors, as both a stand-alone and concurrent disorder. 

This online (10 CEUs) course is intended for clinicians who wish to increase their capacity for screening, assessing, supporting and/or referring clients with problem technology use.

Date: November 19 to December 11, 2018 online

Course content is tailored for clinicians who have experience working with people with addictions and familiarity with evidence-based addiction treatment modalities (e.g., motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioural therapy, etc.).

As an introduction to the topic of problem technology use, this course will consist of four eLearning modules and two webinars consisting of role play exercises. This course will be led by Lisa Pont, MSW, RSW.

Register for this course.

The Gambling, Gaming and Technology Use, Knowledge Exchange is part of the Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Enrolment is free for all addiction and mental health service providers in Ontario.

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