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Noel Vest Presents

Learning with Conviction:

In Recovery and on Campus with a Criminal History

Now Available On-Demand

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1 CE Credit

About the CE Credits Offered
CE Details: 1.0 General

Counselors: This program has been approved for 1.0 continuing education clock hours by the Louisiana Counseling Association as authorized by the Louisiana Professional Counselor Licensing Board of Examiners.

Addictions Counselors: This course has been approved by, as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for educational credits. NAADAC Provider #198061, is responsible for all aspects of the programing. Counselor Skill Group: Counseling Services

Psychologists: 1.0 Credit - Click here to review Accreditation

Social Workers: 1.0 Credit - Click here to review Accreditation

Full Details: Learner Notification

About Noel Vest, PhD

Noel Vest, PhD, is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Interdisciplinary Research Program at the Stanford University School of Medicine. His research interests include mental health, substance use disorders, poverty, social justice, addiction recovery, and pain. He received his PhD and Master’s degrees in Experimental Psychology from Washington State University.

About the Workshop

Content Level: Beginner

Collegiate recovery programs are able to shift people away from a lifestyle with inherent risks for continued crime involvement to a career pathway that involves personal growth when it may be most effective. This presentation offers a summary of current research, clinical observations, and recommendations regarding college students in substance use disorder recovery with prior involvement in the criminal justice system. The continuum of care model (McLellan, Lewis, O’Brien, & Kleber, 2000), the peer-based recovery services model (Laudet & Humphreys, 2013), the sequential intercept model (Heilbrun, Mulvey, DeMatteo, Schubert, & Griffin, 2015), and the disease model of addiction (Le Moal & Koob, 2007) will guide the theoretical underpinnings of this presentation.


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Learning Objectives:

  1. To summarize current research regarding the collateral consequences of criminal justice involvement
  2. To characterize barriers, stigma, and harmful policies relating to prior justice involvement on college campuses
  3. To introduce attendees to the sequential intercept model and discuss its application for CRPs
  4. To inspire attendees to address issues and create a trauma informed practices in their own CRPs
  5. To encourage collaborations with college administrators, health promotion specialists, clinicians, and diversity departments to provide support for CRP members with conviction histories
  6. Engage attendees in a discussion on what CRP’s can do to make their programs more welcoming for students with criminal histories

How to Register

To register for the workshop, you will need to complete the following steps:

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  4. You will be able to access the event by visiting the "My Events" page within your profile. Please access the event link at this page at least 15 minutes prior to the event's start time to be directed to the Zoom registration page.
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Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions!

System Requirements

- A desktop, laptop, or mobile device
- An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
- Speakers and a microphone
- A webcam or HD webcam

Recorded Content Statement:

This session is being recorded for future on-demand continuing education.

You have no obligation to appear or speak in the recording. You can turn off your video and participate under an alias if you choose. If you choose to participate in an identifiable way, you agree to being recorded and authorize the use of the recording for continuing education purposes. The information shown in this presentation is the sole intellectual property of the presenter(s) and is not to be used or duplicated without first-party permission.

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