College of Education and Human Development

School of Social Work

Webinar Announced: Demystifying Addiction. Applied Skills to Enhance Your Practice

Join Ian McLoone and David Romanowsky as they address the service gap for those with experiencing problems related to substance use. Discover cutting-edge models rooted in harm reduction, person-centered care, and evidence-based practices. RSVP now to join us for this cutting edge presentation!

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Ian McLoone is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Licensed Alcohol and Drug counselor who has been working with people who have a problematic relationship with substances for his entire career. Currently, Ian is a Co-Founder and the Director of clinical Services at Expanse MN, a new mental health clinic located in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota. Prior to that, he worked closely with Mark Willenbring, MD to develop the Alltyr Model of Care at Alltyr Clinic. In 2021, he was honored by his colleagues when he was named Counselor of the Year by the Minnesota Association for Resources in Recovery and chemical Health (MARRCH).

David Romanowsky is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor who works with people struggling with problematic substance use and other mental health conditions. Since completing graduate school, David has participated in outpatient treatment programs providing group and individual psychotherapy for Latino immigrants and other disadvantaged populations. Currently, David teaches the harm reduction psychotherapy course at Universidad Hebraica in Mexico city and designs and offers workshops and conferences to families and schools focusing on key topics around problematic substance use. This webinar will preview the Center for Practice Transformation's new three-day intensive workshop launching in April 2024: Demystifying Addiction: An Intensive Workshop Series to Enhance Your Practice.