Continuing Education


Continuing Education Programs For Professionals, Businesses, Organizations and Others

Fairbanks is licensed by the State of Indiana and the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) to provide continuing education and training programs for professionals from a variety of fields, including: Addiction and recovery specialists,social workers, marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors.

Pills to IV Heroin Use: How Does it Happen?
Join us for a complimentary lunch and learn presentation with a Fairbanks expert. Presentations will be held from noon - 2pm on the following dates and locations: Indianapolis - March 19, 2014 and Hendricks County - April 23, 2014. Please register no later than three days prior to the event.

LGBT – Serving a Specialty Population - March 31, 2014
In clinical practice it is imperative that counselors and other helping professionals understand the special needs of each population they serve. The LGBT community is one population which has dealt with discrimination often due to lack of understanding. Attend this six hour CEU seminar to gain insights and new approaches to successfully working with LGBT individuals. Registration for this seminar is closed.

Susan Li Conference - July 17 & 18, 2014
Held annually, Fairbanks’ Susan Li Conference offers 12 Continuing Education Units (CEU). This is two-day event featuring keynote speakers in addition to best-practice learning opportunities focused on addiction treatment and recovery. Past speakers have included former National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism president Dr. Ting Kai Ling, Dr. James Prochaska, co-developer of the Transtheoretical model of stages for change, Dr. Marcus Heilig from the NIAAA, Dr. Stephanie Covington. The 2014 keynote speaker is adolescent and young adult addictions expert, Janice Gabe, LCSW. For more information about this year's conference click here.

Corporate/Non-profit Programs
Fairbanks also offers educational programming for corporations, schools, mental health centers and other organizations designed to help better understand the disease of addiction – and how it may be successfully treated. For more information, please contact us.