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This course discusses adapting two evidence based treatments for substance use disorder so that they are culturally appropriate for American Indian/Alaska Native populations. A small random control trial is conducted...  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 research intensive course examines various aspects of treatment in racial and ethnic groups and sexual minorities. Evidence-based practices were used to study alcohol use, abuse, and dependence in ethnic...  Read More

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The course examines value conflicts and ethical dilemmas in social work. This study explores topics that may affect the professional relationship between social work and client. It includes the exploration...  Read More

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This course examines suicide in the veteran populations. It seeks to answers three key questions: “KEY QUESTION 1: What are the accuracy and adverse effects of methods to identify Veterans...  Read More

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This course examines the controversy over Dissociative Identity Disorder. There is a historical retrospective of dissociation and amnesia. Dissociative theoretical models are outlined. It discusses the history of dissociation, dissociative...  Read More

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This course examines quality improvement of therapist effects through routine outcomes monitoring. The study was longitudinal lasting 7 years, using 153 therapists treating 5,128 patients in Canada. An agency used...  Read More

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This article examines the idea of treating tobacco use disorder like substance use disorder. While smoking kills over 480,000 people in the US annually, treatment has been nominal compared to...  Read More

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This course examines female specific Cognitive Behavior Therapy in individuals and groups of women seeking treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Female specific therapy was more effective than standard treatment...  Read More

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In this webinar, Aaron Norton, LMHC, CAP, CRC provides an overview of the diagnosis of substance use disorders using the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...  Read More

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This SAMHSA webinar explores the importance of and strategies for engaging people from the drug-using community with lived experience in opioid misuse prevention efforts. A panel discusses specific strategies for...  Read More

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This SAMHSA webinar features a discussion by professional panelists from different disciplines, organizations, and backgrounds in prevention, sharing how they integrate substance misuse prevention into their work and how prevention...  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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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 the effect of sexual orientation and gender on alcohol use, using graduated frequency measures and drinking contexts. Binge drinking patterns were studied. Sexual identity was shown to...  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 is designed to help healthcare professionals and administrators understand the role of culture in treatment services. Providing a context for cultural competency and highlighting assumptions and relevant dimensions,...  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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