Professional Education Series: Treating Triggers
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ERP Therapy will introduce professionals to an innovative treatment procedure that can help you help your clients to manage their cravings so they can get clean and sober. Exposure Response Prevention is a behavior therapy procedure that systematically exposes an addict to simulated versions of their drug of choice and the paraphernalia that are associated with their use.
Robert DeLetis, CADC II
Director of ERP Therapy
About the Speaker:
Robert DeLetis, Director of ERP Therapy for the past 30 years. Mr. DeLetis is an international and nationally certified alcohol and drug counselor. He is also the co-author of Kill the Craving, a book that introduces Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) to professionals and their clients who want a new and innovative way to deal with their addiction. Mr. DeLetis, the co-creator of ERP for substance abuse treatment has been utilizing this process to help the residential and outpatient clients to fight their addictions for the past 28 years. Over the years Mr. DeLetis has been employed in the criminal justice field, as a probation officer, and as a mental health worker.
1. Participants will learn why ERP is effective for their clients.
2. Participants will learn the rationale, theory, & approaches for incorporating it into their practice.
3. Data will be presented review all data collected & the analysis of the data on ERP.
The Recovery Village Columbus has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7059. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Recovery Village Columbus is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
NBCC credit is automatically accepted for National Certified Counselors recertification. Most state Professional Counselor Licensure Boards readily accept NBCC credit for licensure renewal. In order to be certain, contact your board directly for information on their continuing education requirements.