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  • ASWB ACE 1020

30 CE credit hours required every 2 years — 10 may be earned with Addiction Counselor CE.

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups Part 3:  New 8 credits

Using group CBT to treat eating disorders, substance use disorders, borderline personality disorder, and psychosis/psychotic disorders.

Description is coming! This course is based on the book, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups Part 3: created by Peter J. Bieling, PhD et al. in 2022.  Read More

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups Part 2:  New 8 credits

Using group CBT to treat anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, trauma, and mood disorders

Part 2 focuses a more general knowledge of CBT and of group processes to specific populations and presenting problems. The authors offer practical guidance based on both research and their...  Read More

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups Part 1:  New 8 credits

General Principles and Practice

Beginning with a summary of the efficiency and elements of group approaches, Part 1 describes traditional components of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) placed in the group context. After presenting these basics,...  Read More

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This course provides a comprehensive examination of alcohol consumption patterns and their impact on public health in the U.S. Through a structured review of existing literature, the article explores various...  Read More

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Cumulative Exposure to Traumatic Events and Craving Among Women in Residential Treatment for Substance Use Disorder:  New 1 credit

The role of emotion dysregulation and mindfulness disposition

This study examined the association between cumulative exposure to traumatic events, emotion dysregulation, and mindfulness disposition on substance use craving in a sample of predominantly Hispanic and non-Hispanic Black women...  Read More

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Previous research has established that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have long-term effects on adult health, including unresolved trauma and substance use disorder (SUD). This article is a systematic literature review...  Read More

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Disaster Technical Assistance Center Supplemental Research Bulletin 1 credit

Challenges and Solutions for Disaster Behavioral Health in Rural and Remote Communities

This publication focuses on challenges and potential solutions for delivering behavioral health care for disaster response in rural and remote areas. To Investigate this topic, the authors conducted an initial...  Read More

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Do you ever feel like Motivational Interviewing can border on manipulative? We have to watch out as helping professionals to keep our own values and desires for clients separate from...  Read More

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This intermediate and above level course is tailored for professionals seeking to enhance their expertise in the intricate factors influencing individuals' wellbeing following a suicide attempt. Through a comprehensive analysis,...  Read More

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Black women are at heightened risk for trauma exposure, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance use disorders (SUDs), compared to White women and the general population. The current study examines...  Read More

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Ethical Challenges in Mental Health Practice Presented by the Use of Technology 3 credits

Meets ethics requirement for NY Psychologists

Technology has revolutionized access to mental health services for people around the world. However, the ethical challenges presented by the rapid expansion of the use of technology in this field...  Read More

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Supervising individuals who work with couples presents unique issues that may or not arise when supervising individuals who work exclusively with individuals. The seminar will attempt to identify and review...  Read More

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As humans, we store memories, experiences and emotions on a cellular level. Somatic approaches focus on body awareness and how to cultivate it in and around the body. Providing clients...  Read More

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TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues 2 credits

Chapter 5—Implementing Recovery-Oriented Counseling Programs

Chapter 5 provides an overview of what it means for an organization to adopt a recovery orientation as its central organizing principle. It also discusses strategies for becoming a recovery-oriented...  Read More

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Coming Together for Something Good: 1.25 credits

Recommendations from a scoping review for dissemination and implementation science to improve indigenous substance use disorder treatment

In this article, the authors examine the current state of dissemination and implementation science for substance use disorder interventions among Indigenous communities and identified best-practice substance use disorder implementation approaches....  Read More

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TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues 3.75 credits

Chapter 4—Counseling Approaches for Sustaining Recovery and Promoting a Healthy Life

This TIP offers guidance on counseling approaches that can help support adults in or seeking recovery from problematic substance use. This course outlines four major domains that support a life...  Read More

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TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues 5.5 credits

Chapter 3—Counseling Approaches for Promoting Harm Reduction and Preventing Recurrence

This TIP offers guidance on counseling approaches that can help support adults in or seeking recovery from problematic substance use. This course reviews counseling approaches and interventions that can support...  Read More

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TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues 6 credits

Chapter 1—Introduction to Recovery From Problematic Substance Use; Chapter 2—Framework for Supporting Recovery With Counseling

This TIP offers guidance on counseling approaches that can help support adults in or seeking recovery from problematic substance use. Chapter 1 presents the origins and treatment of problematic substance...  Read More

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One third of this course is experiential exercises where you will engage in meditation practice. This course will explore the foundations of mindfulness with nature. By learning to practice mindfulness...  Read More

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This training includes brief historical, political, and cultural perspectives on domestic violence as well as the current state of the literature on this issue. Following this overview, Dr. Vazquez discusses...  Read More

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