IRETA offers training on effective responses to substance use for multidisciplinary professionals, including addiction counselors, social workers, mental health providers, and allied healthcare providers.
We help professionals improve their competency with substance use disorders, and feel more confident in their professional roles. Continuing education credits are available.
Our webinars are free for all participants. They are led by expert presenters and address a range of topics related to substance use and addiction. CEUs are available for those who need them, but any community member with an interest in our topics is welcome to participate.
Scaife Medical Student Fellowship in Substance Use Disorders
Specialized annual program offers medical students an intensive learning experience about addiction and its treatment.
Our on-site prescriber education sessions are available for health providers and organizations (such as hospitals or medical societies) in the state of Pennsylvania. The curriculum covers how to address substance use disorder with patients, and effective use of the PDMP.
Our webinar library is available 24/7 and allows learners to access content on their own schedule. Our webinars can be viewed from the comfort of your computer, and we maintain an extensive webinar library of previously-recorded webinars that are open to the public. Please note that CEUs are not available for viewing our archived webinars.
IRETA offers experience. IRETA can provide face-to-face training and coaching on a variety of practices, including Motivational Interviewing; Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT); Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; and various clinical and administrative aspects of addiction treatment.
We believe that training is most effective in the context of organizational commitment to change. To learn more about IRETA’s approach to practice improvement, read an overview of IRETA’s Effective Change Package.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about our training services, or to discuss your organization’s training needs.