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We offer face-to-face Dual Diagnosis Curriculum trainings. Click the image to download our Training Request Form.

PCHC staff is now available to offer FACE TO FACE trainings on the topics listed below that are part of the Official Pennsylvania Dual Diagnosis Curriculum:

Additional topics will become available during this calendar year. The topics are designed to develop DSP competency in dual diagnosis support and are complimentary to the National Association for Dual Diagnosis DSP Certification.

If you would like to schedule a training for your agency, just submit a Training Request Form or call the Education Department at 215.546.0300 ex. 3681 for more details.

Learn more about the PA Dual Diagnosis Direct Support Curriculum.


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The Association of Behavioral Specialists


The Association of Behavioral Specialists Members from the Southeastern Behavioral Specialist Forum have currently been spear-heading the development of an independent association for clinicians who provide Behavioral Support Services to the adult intellectual disability population throughout Pennsylvania. The Association of Behavioral Specialists is currently seeking clinicians who may desire to become a part of this newly developing association. Interested parties are asked to contact the Association of Behavioral Specialists directly at behaviorspecialistsofpa@gmail.com
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