Transdiagnostic Assessment of Substance Use and
Co-occurring Disorders


2 CE Hours Approved by NBCC


“Transdiagnostic Assessment of Substance Use and Co-occurring Disorders”

Presented by Amanda Lewis, LCSW
Outpatient Therapist at Cumberland Heights

Amanda Lewis
Amanda Lewis works as an assessor and therapist at the Cumberland Heights Intensive Outpatient setting in Crossville, TN. She has worked in addiction treatment for the past 6 years with both adults and adolescents. She has facilitated group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy in both substance abuse and mental health settings. She has given numerous presentations related to addiction, suicide, co-occurring disorders, and assessing levels of care. She serves as the chair of the grant committee for the Cumberland County anti-drug coalition and is an active board member of this organization. She is an LCSW, received her MSSW from the University of Tennessee, and is anticipated to receive her Doctor of Social Work degree from the University of Tennessee in May, 2020.

Workshop Objectives:

1. Participants will gain a basic understanding of the rationale for transdiagnostic assessment techniques.
2. Participants will be introduced to a variety of transdiagnostic mechanisms underlying substance use and co-occurring disorders.
3. Participants will learn the necessary elements of a substance use disorder specific assessment.

Presenting On:

November 15, 2019
11:00 am – 11:30 am Lunch provided by Cumberland Heights
11:30 am – 1:00 pm Presentation


Laurel Church of Christ
3457 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919​

TLPCA Contact:

If you any questions, please contact Anthony Fuller.