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Dying for a Fix, 6th Annual Narcotics Conference - Broward County Crime Commission/FPA Co-Sponsor
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When: Thursday, April 4, 2019
7:15 am to 7:45 am Sign-in; 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Workshop
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Tamarac Moose Lodge (Formerly Christine Lee's)
6191 Rock Island Road
Tamarac, Florida  33319
United States
Contact: Hope DePelisi

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Dying for a Fix, 6th Annual Narcotics Conference - Broward County Crime Commission/FPA  Co-Sponsor

Learning Objectives

1.     This Conference will better help Psychologists and members of the Behavioral Health Community better analyze the criminal warning signs associated with crime caused by Narcotics Trafficking, and/or brought on by Drug Addiction. 

2.     This Conference will better help Psychologists and members of the Behavioral Health Community better assess the Mental Mindset of why criminals would rather target children for Drug Trafficking via the Internet, vs. face to face transactions.

3.     This Conference will better help Psychologists and Behavioral Health professional analyze typical and atypical Consumer Behavior of what entices a child (who is not addicted) to haphazardly make a purchases of any product, let alone a drug, knowing it could be dangerous for him.

4.     The Conference will allow Psychologists and Behavioral Health specialists better analyze the mental health impact which Narcotics has toward society and the impact Narcotics has on the mental health development of the brain, and if such issues can lead to  violence and aggression.

5.     This Conference will allow Psychologists and Behavioral Health specialists to analyze the pros and cons of whether previously convicted offenders were of the proper mental mindset when they initially committed their felony crime. Or, did being further exposed and addicted to drugs during incarceration cause such criminal behavior? 

6.     This Conference will better allow participants of the Psychological and Behavioral Health Community better be able to describe the historical and present context of opioid use and abuse.

7.     This Conference will better allow participants of the Psychological and Behavioral Health Community better analyze why societies and cultures feel they can recreationally use addictive drugs, knowing they are addictive, and yet feeling they will never become addicted.

8.     This Conference will better allow participants of the Psychological and Behavioral Health Community better discern and  analyze current judicial management of opioid dependent individuals.

9.     This Conference will allow participants to be able to better explain current treatment methodologies, strategies, and nuances of what is partially working, fully working, or not applicable in 2019 for an addicted population.

10.     This Conference will allow participants better analyze and discern potential disturbing psychological effects of children being promulgated into the Foster Care System due to their parents either dying of Opioid overdose, being assigned to long term treatment due to opioid addiction, or being incarcerated due to opioid addiction.

11.     This Conference will better allow participants to analyze discern the mental mindset of why criminal cartels would traffic and sell drugs to society knowing people would become addicted and/or die.

12.     The Conference will better allow participants to analyze and discern the trickle down Behavioral Health problems of paranoia, depression, anxiety, aggression, and hallucination  which certainly will increase with Cocaine usage.

13.     The Conference will better allow Psychologists and Behavioral Health professionals understand the historical and neurotic effects Cocaine had on south Florida due to the sudden increase of the importation of Cocaine during the 1980’s. 

14.     The Conference will better allow Psychologists and Behavioral Health professionals analyze and discern the Cocaine Wars of the 1980’s and the long term and permanent effect it had the Behavioral Health Community of south Florida. 

15.  The Conference will better allow Psychologists and Behavioral Health professionals analyze and discern why people who are addicted to drugs are diagnosed with various mental disorders, and are roughly twice as likely to suffer from mood and anxiety disorder, than other members of society. 

Approved for 6 hours of general continuing education credits

Fee:  $125 for FPA Members and Non-FPA Members

Registration:  www.browardcrime.org

 

 

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