Date(s) - 09/08/2015
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
A psychiatric advance directive (PAD), also known as a mental health advance directive, is a written document that describes what a person wants to happen if she or he is incapacitated during an acute episode of psychiatric illness. In this workshop, you’ll learn how and why psychiatric advance directives are valuable therapeutic tools. You’ll learn about co-creating a PAD with a client, using the process to encourage self-direction. The session also covers the legal limitations of PADS, including hospitals’ obligation to treat patients according to appropriate standards of care and practice.
Facilitator: Myla Erwin, BA, CPSS
Mental Health Association, Director of Programs
Provider Academy 2015
A series of free workshops for all mental health and substance abuse providers and peer support specialists. Addiction counselors and peer support specialists receive 1.5 NCSAPPB General Skill Building Hours for each session.
Provider Academy will be held in the 2nd floor board room.
Bookings are closed for this event.