Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abuse (CBI-SA) Training
Registration will open January 21, 2020 - January 31, 2020.
Training Dates: March 2-4, 2020
Location: Madison, Georgia (Morgan County)
Address: The training location address will be provided in training confirmation details.
CBI-SA integrates the core components of any cognitive behavioral intervention with a focus on substance abuse. The curriculum places heavy emphasis on skill-building activities to assist with cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skill development. For more information on CBI-SA: www.uc.edu/corrections/services/trainings/changing_offender_behavior/cbi-satrainingoverview.html
This training session is for courts that do not have a CBI-SA facilitator. We have a very limited number of slots. Courts are only able to register one treatment provider for this training. The registered attendee must be the primary person for administering the curriculum.
The training also offers CEU's. Attendees must be attend all three days to obtain certification to facilitate the curriculum and a certificate of attendance.
How To Register:
Program Coordinators should download the "certified training MOU" document below. Review the document with the proposed registered attendee and obtain all signatures required. Once document is signed, court coordinators may register the attendee with the link below. Once registration ends, a registration confirmation email will be sent to coordinators to forward to their registered team members.
CACJ does not have a room block for this training and will not provide meals.
Expenses incurred to attend this training class are not reimbursable using CACJ grant funds.
Registration does not guarantee attendance.
Attendance confirmation emails will be sent to court coordinators by February 7, 2020.
CACJ Certified Training MOU - You must submit this MOU to complete the registration for this training.
Register for CBI-SA Training using the green registration button on the right.
If you have any questions, please contact Kimberly Howard