Online GM – TWEAKED! ICE, ACEs & CPS: An Intertwined Relationship

Online GM – TWEAKED! ICE, ACEs & CPS: An Intertwined Relationship2021-02-18T13:57:02-08:00
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Date/Time

Date(s) - April 13, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Event Details

Webinar – TWEAKED! ICE, ACEs & CPS: An Intertwined Relationship

2 CEU, Core • $49 Member Price

5:45pm Gathering starts, begin logging into the Zoom Meeting
6:00-8:00pm – Online Course • 2 CE units, Core

The April General Meeting will be held in an online format. A Zoom invitation will be sent out to everyone who signs up.

Methamphetamine use is rampant! Everyone knows someone affected by Meth…Patients, friends, relatives, or worse: Our kids. Unravel the allure of ICE. Learn how Meth is cooked, smuggled, and purchased. Follow the path of destruction that Crystal leaves behind as we explore the allure, predisposition, addiction, neuropathology, physiology and psychology of drug abuse in easily understandable terms. We are all mandated reporters. Learn what happens to children after CPS is called on the scene.

Mitchell Goodis, DDS:

Dr. Goodis was raised in York, PA. He retired from the US Air Force and practices in Diamond Springs, CA. Dr. Goodis and his wife, Audrey Speicher Goodis, live in Placerville where he volunteers as a Cub Scout Den Leader and as a Boy Scout Assistant Scoutmaster. They have 3 daughters: Jamie, Jenny and Tiffany.


Jennifer Berry, MS:

Ms. Berry was born in Philadelphia. She has focused on working with at risk children and their families. She spends her free time volunteering with Hands for Hope and coaching Youth Soccer and Water Polo, She lives in Shingle Springs, CA with her husband Mike, her twin daughters and her son Parker.

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