Aliya Academy

Aliya Academy

Welcome to Aliya Academy, Aliya Health Group’s free source for NAADAC continuing education credits in behavioral health care.

Aliya Academy

Our trainings have been approved by Aliya Health Group as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider for educational credits. NAADAC Provider #212491, Aliya Health Group, is responsible for all aspects of the programming. We offer higher-level learning and credentialing in specific addiction treatment-related education. Our webinars and specialty online trainings are delivered by highly experienced and revered licensed, credentialed behavioral health professionals and cover topics such as:

  • Substance use disorders
  • New treatment modalities
  • Clinical skills
  • Trauma
  • Co-occurring disorders
  • Crisis intervention
  • Treatment center management and administration
  • Recovery homes
  • The evolving addiction treatment landscape
  • SUD-specific issues in LGBTQ+ communities
  • SUD-specific issues for military/veterans
  • SUD-specific issues for Native Americans
  • Codependency and healthy boundaries
  • Family counseling in SUD treatment

Our free webinars provide valuable learning experiences for:

  • Substance use treatment providers
  • Social workers
  • Case managers
  • Private practitioners
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Addiction treatment support staff
  • Administrators in the behavioral health field
  • Professionals whose work may intersect with substance use issues (ex. attorneys)

About Aliya Academy

Aliya Academy is the educational entity of Aliya Health Group, a distinguished nationwide network of behavioral health treatment centers. Our mission is to provide the latest education, innovations, best practices, and resources to behavioral health care professionals in the evolving field of substance use and mental health treatment. We strive to be your go-to source for higher-level learning and provide courses that not only enhance your knowledge and skills but that in turn help transform the individuals, families, and communities impacted by substance use and mental health disorders.

Areas of study are carefully selected and vetted by esteemed and diverse clinical leadership who have their finger on the pulse of the latest trends, information, cutting-edge treatments, advocacy, and certification needs in the field. Courses are delivered by seasoned presenters who use active learning to keep you engaged with methods like problem-solving, case studies, and discussions. The process is simple with quick and easy online registration, check-in with the click of a button, and the ability to print certificates immediately at check-out.

Upcoming CEU Courses

Aliya Academy’s presenters are some of the best in the field. They are highly qualified doctoral and master’s level medical and behavioral professionals, certified addiction therapists, licensed clinical professional counselors, and top-level administrators who have years of experience in a range of treatment environments.

Enhance your knowledge and skills in behavioral health treatment and earn CEUs with these upcoming courses. If you’re interested in a topic you don’t see below, please contact us. We welcome ideas from our peers so that we can provide the most relevant education and resources for your needs.

For a list of states and boards that may accept NAADAC-approved CEs, click here. Please check with the individual licensing body for their individual policies on NAADAC-approved CEs.

Educator: Ryan Hampton, Co-Founder of Mobilize Recovery

A prominent advocate, speaker, author, and media commentator, Ryan Hampton, travels coast-to-coast to add solutions to our national addiction and drug overdose crisis. In recovery from a decade-long opioid addiction, Hampton is regarded as a forefront expert and thought leader in America’s rising addiction recovery advocacy & drug policy reform movements. An alumnus of the Clinton White House, he’s worked with multiple non-profits and addiction recovery organizing campaigns. He’s now a prominent, leading face and voice of recovery advocacy and is working to change the longstanding negative narratives about those impacted by addiction, recovery, and overdose.

Description: This course discusses how America got into one of the worst health crises of a generation – and how we can come together to pull ourselves out of it. Throughout the training, Hampton provides an overview of the current statistics of the overdose crisis, an introduction to the craft of compelling public narrative for community impact, resources for community-based groups to talk about local action, and looks forward to the challenges and barriers in 2024 and beyond.

Duration: one hour


Educator: Glenn Duncan LPC, LCADC, CCS, ACS

Glenn Duncan LPC, LCADC, CCS, ACS has worked in behavioral healthcare for thirty-one years. He has lectured nationally on many topics, including clinical supervision. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Alcohol/Drug Counselor, a Certified Clinical Supervisor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. Since 1999, Glenn has also specialized in and has developed a customized clinical supervision workshop series that ranges from 24 to 45 hours, depending on the licensure requirements of a given state. He is a leading lecturer for both addictions and mental health professionals regarding clinical supervision. He has specialized in many topics, including emerging drugs of abuse, legal and ethical issues in substance use counseling, and cultural humility in substance use treatment.

Description: This course provides a comprehensive overview of two important topics in the mental health field: Duty to Warn and Protect, and Ethical Decision Making and Ethical Theory. The first half of the course covers the legal standards regarding the duty to warn, the definition of imminent danger, and the issues between supervisors and supervisees about the duty to warn and protect. In the second half, the course delves into ethical decision-making and the most common ethical complaints against therapists. We will explore the intrapsychic theory, social interaction theory, and practical theories of ethical decision-making. By the end of the course, you will have a thorough understanding of therapists’ legal and ethical responsibilities.

Duration: one hour


Educator: Erica Spiegelman, CADAC-II

Erica Spiegelman is the Founder and COO of New Spirit Recovery. She’s a licensed substance abuse counselor, wellness coach, speaker, reinvention and addiction recovery expert. Erica provides a holistic approach to help people overcome their struggles with addiction and dependency and create healthy lives. She regularly contributes to online health outlets and TV news shows and writes for health and wellness blogs. Erica holds a bachelor’s degree in literature from the University of Arizona and is a California State Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor (CADAC)-II from UCLA.

Description: This course covers four main sections of self-care: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. By the end of this course, you will have the tools and knowledge to prioritize self-care, live a balanced life, and guide your clients to do the same.

Duration: one hour


Educator: Khara Croswaite Brindle, MA, LPC, ACS, CFT-I

Khara Croswaite Brindle, MA, LPC, ACS, CFT-I, is passionate about giving people aha moments that create goosebumps and catalyze decisive action. She is a TEDx Speaker, Licensed Mental Health Therapist, and Financial Therapist in Colorado. Khara enjoys various roles as a serial entrepreneur, author, professional speaker, professor, and consultant. Her greatest joy is engaging driven entrepreneurs, fellow helpers, and perfectionists to move from workaholic to well-balanced with streamlined strategies that fit their busy lifestyles. Khara specializes in helping therapists and financial therapists turn pain points into possibilities through consultation, courses, and supervision.

Description: This course helps support clinicians in their money-healing work and introduces tools for money-healing in clinical practice. The course covers three areas of focus: Money Healing, Money Practices/Strategies, and Money Freedom. In the Money Healing section, the course focuses on shutting down money shame. In the Money Practices/Strategies section, the course covers removing the mystery of money. And in the Money Freedom section, the course includes reworking worth and wealth. Through this course, clinicians can gain valuable insights and tools to help clients with financial trauma and work towards a healthier relationship with money.

Duration: one hour


Please reach out with any questions you have about Aliya Academy, topics, presenters, and registration at:

Change your life with one call.
We can help.