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UCLA Drug and Alcohol Interventions

  • 18 Nov 2011

School Psychology Awareness Week

Sharing resources to post in your office or at your Site

UCLA Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

FASD.doc  (resource to give to teachers, parents, etc.)

Free Family and Teen Counseling - drug/alcohol interventions

Project Step Up 13 to 18 flyer phone tab teen 2010.12.pdf

Step Up Youth parent flier tab 2011.08.09.pdf

Step Up Youth parent flier 2011.08.09.pdf

Project Step Up 13 to 18 flyer teen 2010.12.pdf

Semel UCLA Continuing Medical Education for FASDs

Continuing education courses are available for free and approved for both CME continuing education credits for physicians and psychologists and BBS continuing education credits for LCSWs, MFCC/MFTs, and nursing. These courses review the most recent literature and describe best practices in the prevention, identification, and treatment of FASDs and include videotaped demonstrations:

1. Identification, Evaluation, and Diagnosis of FASDs
Download presentationThe purpose of this program is to educate health providers in the recognition, evaluation, and diagnosis of individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs). The information presented is intended to help practitioners better identify individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure so that they can be appropriately referred for treatment and case management. (start program)

Educational Objectives

  • To learn about the incidence and course of FASDs
  • To understand the different diagnostic categories of FASDs
  • To recognize the clinical presentation of individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure
  • To become familiar with the process of evaluating and diagnosing individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure

2. Screening and Brief Intervention Training For Alcohol Reduction or Cessation for Pregnant Women: Client Centered Care
Download presentationThe purpose of this program is to assist health providers who do not necessarily have prior experience in alcohol screening and brief intervention. The steps presented are intended to help practitioners carry out the important function of identifying and advising women who are drinking alcohol to cut down or abstain from using alcohol during pregnancy. (start program)

Educational Objectives

  • Understand the effects of alcohol on the fetus and the developing child
  • Become familiar with screening methods to assess for alcohol use during pregnancy
  • Develop skills in providing brief intervention for alcohol reduction or cessation in pregnant woman



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