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Courses for Tennessee Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marital and Family Therapists and Licensed Pastoral Therapists

  • Tennessee Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marital and Family Therapists and Licensed Pastoral Therapists
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    • NBCC 5951
  • 20 CE Credit hours required every 2 years — 10 may be earned with Addiction Counselor CE.
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This course examines Mindfulness-based interventions in the treatment of substance use disorders, using mindfulness techniques to address behavior change in addictive behavior. It includes: Mindfulness-based relapse prevention (MBRP), mechanisms of...  Read More
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This research intensive course focuses on early-life Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Substance Use Disorder (SUDD). It includes: animal models of addiction, TBI and the young brain, clinical and epidemiological...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This presentation will introduce participants to the ADDRESSING Model and explore how this model, developed by Pamela Hays can enhance cultural competence in clinical practice. Participants will have an opportunity...  Read More
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The 21st Century has brought innovations that require therapists to consider confidentiality, record keeping, and boundary controversies especially in this time of online therapy during the covid epidemic. This workshop...  Read More
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The 21st Century has brought innovations that require therapists to consider confidentiality, record keeping, and boundary controversies especially in this time of online therapy during the covid epidemic. This workshop...  Read More
Recorded Webinar
This text serves as a guide to the use of family therapy methods and techniques in the treatment of substance abuse disorder in the context of overall support provided to...  Read More
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This course is based on the book of the same name by Charles Atkins, MD. Co-Occurring Disorders: Integrated Assessment and Treatment of Substance Use and Mental Disorders is a guide...  Read More
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This course address substance use disorder in veterans. It examines cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and integrative therapy in a group therapy format. Treatment outcome was measured by drug screens (UDS),...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This course examines the treatment and treatment of HIV in people with substance use and/or mental disorders. It includes: Overview of current approaches and challenges to preventing and treating HIV...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This course discusses a study of group therapy to examine the gap in evidence-based therapy and group therapy practice. This qualitative inquiry interviewed several group therapists specializing in substance use...  Read More
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This course compares traditional 12-Step groups to mutual help alternatives for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). It includes membership characteristics, group participation, cohesion, satisfaction, alternatives to the 12-step model, basic demographic...  Read More
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Most studies of clinical ethics are based on scenarios, not direct reporting of how clinicians and clinical teams actually cope with ethical challenges. In this study, the authors use focus...  Read More
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This course contains two articles that discuss evidence-based practice, group therapy and mindfulness in substance use disorder treatment. The first article examines evidence-based practice vs treatment—as-usual in group therapy, as...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This course is a systematic review of 51 studies on gambling and pathological gambling using national datasets from NESARC. It includes: definitions of recreational and problem gambling, gambling subtypes, sociodemographics...  Read More
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This course discusses the role of impulsivity in Gambling Disorder. It includes the model proposed by MacKillop et al., delay discounting, sensation seeking, associations between impulsivity, associations between impulsivity measures,...  Read More
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This course is part 3 of 3 courses based on the book entitled Process Not Perfection, Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery by Jamie Marich, Ph.D. This valuable, accessible, and...  Read More
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This course is part 2 of 3 courses based on the book entitled Process Not Perfection, Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery by Jamie Marich, Ph.D. This valuable, accessible, and...  Read More
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This course is part 1 of 3 courses based on the book entitled Process Not Perfection, Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery by Jamie Marich, Ph.D. This valuable, accessible, and...  Read More
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This course examines the risk of alcohol problems and consequences among Hispanic and African American men. It discusses, disparities, socioeconomic status, and discrimination as they pertain to alcohol use. It...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This course examines whether there are disparities in mutual help participation for substance use problems, including alcohol, among African American, Hispanic, Native American based on race/ethnicity while seeking self-help. It...  Read More
Reading-Based Online

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