Women and Addiction

This training will provide participants with specific information on issues that need to be addressed to provide effective treatment to women affected by alcoholism and substance abuse. The program includes: the implications of gender differences; female-specific program development and treatment approaches; and information on the effects of specific substances. This training will also discuss the unique impact that relationships, cocaine addiction, HIV/AIDS, eating disorders & violence may have on chemically dependent women.

Women and Addiction - Addictions Care Center of Albany

General Information

Fee: $92
Course Type: Evening Trainings
Credits: 8
Certification Type/Section(s):
CASAC - For Renewal Only CPP Sec 1 CPS Sec 1

Instructor Information

Name: Sue Sulzman
Credentials: LCSW, MAC, CASAC
Bio: Sue Sulzman, LCSW, MAC, CASAC has over 35 years experience in the alcohol and substance abuse field. Having worked in every licensed treatment modality, in a wide variety of roles from counselor to director, she brings a wealth of clinical examples to all of her trainings. Additionally, Sue worked for DAAA and OASAS and has taught at most area colleges and universities. She is presently a consultant and trainer with Consultation and Training Services (CaTS) specializing in clinical and administrative aspects of addiction.
518-465-5829 ext. 410