substance abuse specialist

substance abuse specialist

(1) Addictionologist, see there.
(2) A GP with a special interest (GPSI) in caring for patients with substance abuse problems. ­
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Talk with your doctor if you have concerns, or see a substance abuse specialist. Turning to these substances when coping with depression or other conditions is common, but it can be dangerous.
Refer patients any additional services as appropriate, which may include psychotherapy, a pain specialist, or a substance abuse specialist.
The new HOST car -- provided by housing group Midlands Heart -- carries a Birmingham Police officer in plain clothes alongside two outreach workers, including a substance abuse specialist, and operates from 9am to 9pm Monday to Friday.
For mental health and substance abuse professionals, students, and educators, Cooper, a mental health and substance abuse specialist who edits a journal on the topic, compiles 15 chapters in this second book in a series on mental health-substance use.
Kan, a psychiatrist and substance abuse specialist at the University of California, San Francisco, said that acute methamphetamine psychosis occurs mainly with the use of high doses and that people may become psychotic after just one such incident.
Rivera, a substance abuse specialist with LUK and also part of a community action team put together by the agency to support the School Department with the issues, said the survey was a way to look at the problem to deal with them from all angles - through the community, parents, the schools and agencies already involved in that work.
A typical team in an urban setting will include a psychiatrist, up to five registered nurses, four mental health professionals, a vocational specialist, a substance abuse specialist, and a peer support specialist.
The law also creates a three-year pilot study of a teen early intervention mental health and substance abuse specialist program.
The primary instructor is a psychiatric nurse specialist, with experience as a clinical therapist, a substance abuse specialist and a communications skills instructor.
Linda Willow, a substance abuse specialist with Safe & Sound, a program supported by grants and closely allied with agencies such as Looking Glass, "absolutely believes" that even longtime meth users can overcome their addiction and return to productive life.
Bachelor's degree.-A baccalaureate in rehabilitation services degree was desired for case manager--work adjustment, developmental disabilities, welfare to work; job coach; social worker II; habilitation specialist I, II, III; program director; program supervisor; case analyst; program assistant; rehabilitation specialist; substance abuse counselor and trainee I, II; counselor; substance abuse specialist; rehabilitation services manager; emergency shelter case manager; therapeutic recreation coordinator; residential manager; child development center manager; adult developmental vocational & community alternative program coordinator (ADVP/CAP); employment specialist; evaluator/extended services; work adjustment; program director I; and program supervisor.
These teens may need a referral to a mental health or substance abuse specialist.

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