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Substance Use Disorder in Adolescents

Total Credits: 1 including 1 Physician CME Credits

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Opioid OnDemand Seminars |  Opioid Live Seminars
Dr. James Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP, LCDC, CCS |  Brent Schillinger, MD, MD
1 Hour
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What You Will Learn:

  • Identify and develop competency on the current landscape (epidemiology) of adolescent SUD in the US
  • Describe how relevant is family involvement to risk and protective factors?
  • Discuss how can I help families struggling with adolescent SUD?



Dr. James Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP, LCDC, CCS's Profile

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Chief Clinical Officer

Origins Behavioral HealthCare

With his multi-faceted experience and leadership in the field of substance use and mental health disorder treatment, John’s varied skill set includes pastor, counselor, clinical manager, teacher, and respected expert. As a Chief Clinical Officer, John provides supervisory and clinical oversight to all of Origins Behavioral HealthCare’s programs. John continually builds upon his academic expertise through research and nationwide speaking engagements on addiction, spirituality, and related topics.

John holds a bachelor’s in psychology, a master’s in conflict management, a master’s in management, and a doctorate in health science. He has completed postgraduate studies in psychology, philosophy, and religion. John is a Master Certified Addictions Professional and a Certified Mental Health Professional in Florida. John is also a musician, a writer, and a private pilot, and he enjoys spending time with his family.

Brent Schillinger, MD, MD's Profile

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Chair, PBCMS Opioid Healthcare Response Initiative


Dr. Brent Schillinger is a past president of the Palm Beach County Medical Society and currently chairs the society’s Opioid Healthcare Response Initiative. This task force has been operational since 2017 with an overarching goal of reducing opioid deaths in Palm Beach County.

Dr. Schillinger received his MD at Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn New York where he went on to complete a residency program in dermatology.  He has chaired the Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs for both the Palm Beach County Medical Society and the Florida Medical Association.  He represents the medical community on the Palm Beach Ethics Coalition.

Dr. Schillinger also serves as vice chair of the Florida Policy Institute a nonpartisan think tank that focuses on the fiscal impact of education, affordable housing, food supply, and health care issues. He holds clinical academic appointments at the medical schools of Nova Southeastern University, Florida Atlantic University, and the University of Miami.