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This course examines the application of a tool to accurately compare studies in order to discover the underpinning of why an approach work, the mechanisms of change. The authors developed...  Read More
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This review discusses the importance of investigating both sex and gender differences in addiction and relapse in studies of humans and in animal models. Addiction is both a cultural and...  Read More
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The course examines the assessment of cannabis dependence. It includes assessing marijuana use, assessment session protocol, specifically the TLFB and calendar, role playing, determining tolerance, withdrawal, impaired control, the marijuana...  Read More
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This course examines enhancing motivation and addressing the content of sessions 1 and 2. It includes: key concepts of motivational interviewing skills, characteristics of the States of Change Model, using...  Read More
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This course is a condensed version of TIP 50, Addressing Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors in Substance Abuse Treatment. It includes: consensus panel recommendations, types of suicidal thoughts and behaviors, getting...  Read More
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This course examines culturally responsive evaluation and treatment planning. It includes the 9 steps important in evaluation and treatment planning: Step 1-Engage Clients, Step 2-Familiarize Clients and Their Families With...  Read More
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This course discusses core competencies for counselors and other clinical staff. It includes: core counselor competencies self-assessment for individual cultural competence, self-knowledge, and cultural knowledge of behavioral health. It has...  Read More
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This course is an overview of the TIP in the executive summary and Chapter 1. It covers the following: core assumptions, what is cultural competence? Why is cultural competence important,...  Read More
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This course focuses on group leadership concepts and techniques. It includes: The Group Leader personal qualities leading groups concepts, techniques, and considerations; interventions; transference and countertransference; resistance in group confidentiality;...  Read More
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This course examines brief interventions and the theories in which they are founded. It includes: the appropriateness of brief family therapy, definitions of “family,” theoretical approaches, using brief family therapies,...  Read More
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This course is a study of the modalities and modes of treatment in clinical practice for substance use disorder treatment and whether they are evidence-based or treatment as usual. This...  Read More
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This course explores brief strategic/interaction therapies. It includes: solution focused therapy, compatibility of Strategic/Interactional Therapies and 12-Step Programs, when to use Strategic/Interactional Therapies, a case study, and each brief Strategic/Interactional...  Read More
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This course explores Brief Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. It includes: behavioral theory, behavioral therapy techniques based on classical conditioning and operant learning models, cognitive theory, cognitive therapy, cognitive-behavioral theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy (which...  Read More
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This course focuses on brief therapy in substance abuse treatment. It includes: research findings, when to use brief therapy, approaches to brief therapy, components of effective brief therapy, and therapist...  Read More
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This course discusses Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies in both alcohol use and substance use. These interventions include mild, moderate, severe and dependent users. The therapies covered are: brief cognitive–behavioral...  Read More
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This course examines the issues of treating clients with sensory, cognitive and physical disabilities. It includes: understanding client attitudes in treatment, treatment planning, counseling issues, medication assessment and management, and...  Read More
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Group therapy is regarded as a powerful means of engaging therapeutic forces such as affiliation, support, and peer confrontation to treat substance users within a culture of recovery. Groups therapy...  Read More
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This course examines alcohol treatment options in the adolescent population. The first article discusses brief intervention motivational interviewing in youth ages 14-20. The second article was a pilot RCT studying...  Read More
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This course examines the treatment of adults for marijuana dependence, using brief counseling. It gives an overview of the Brief Marijuana Dependence Counseling Model and Manual, describes the theoretical basis...  Read More
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A quick guide for clinicians regarding the basic principles and management of group therapy. This is an overview of the role and efficacy of group therapy in substance abuse treatment...  Read More
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