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This course examine a feasibility pilot study of substance use prevention and sexual risk behavior in Hispanic adolescents, using an internet adaptation program. It includes: simulated parent group discussions, telenovela...  Read More

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This is a research intensive course. This course examines the role of child-parent communication and parental knowledge between Sexual Minority Girls (SMG) vs heterosexual girls and their association with substance...  Read More

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Autistic individuals might be more likely to misuse substances than non-autistic individuals. Better understanding of these patterns can help clinicians identify strategies to reduce substance use, protecting physical and mental...  Read More

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This course examines the efficacy of using EMDR to treat addiction such as food craving and cigarette craving with mental imagery and working memory taxation to lessen triggers in addiction...  Read More

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This course examines behavioral couples therapy as an approach to smoking cessation in those with tobacco dependence. It includes: Behavioral Couples Therapy-Smoking (BCT-S), Standard Smoking Cessation Treatment (ST), and couples...  Read More

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This course discusses the development of an internet-based treatment for problem gamblers and their concerned significant others (COS). Two arms were used, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and behavioral couples therapy...  Read More

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This course discusses treatment options in pathological gambling. The gambler was assigned either individual or couple treatment. It includes: revealing gambling behaviors to the partner, the need to develop mutual...  Read More

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This course is research intensive. This course examines the evaluation of an alcohol intervention called the Young Alcohol Project (YAP) targeting Australian college students up to age 24. It includes:...  Read More

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This course examines alcohol use, abuse and dependence in college drinking for the young adult. It examines developmental considerations, alcohol use and consequences among college students, neurodevelopment, college vs non-college...  Read More

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This course examines brief intervention for alcohol screening in youth. It examines: the 4 steps, ask 2 screening questions, guide patients who do not drinks and assess risk in patients...  Read More

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This course is research intensive. This course examines confidence and commitment to change as predictors of moderated drinking. It includes: motivation and self-efficacy as profile factors, daily diary, ecological momentary...  Read More

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This is a research intensive course. This course examines Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) for substance use disorders (SUD) through a systematic review and meta-analysis. It includes: mindfulness-based relapse prevention, effects...  Read More

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This course examines gender differences among problem gambler. It includes: harm minimization, customer behavior, responsible service of gambling, EGM, staff training, problem gambling identification thorough visible behaviors and differentiation of...  Read More

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Gambling disorder is a behavioral addiction associated with impairments in value-based decision-making and cognitive control. These functions are thought to be regulated by dopamine within fronto-striatal circuits, but the role...  Read More

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Research on the needs and effective treatment options available to transgender individuals with substance use problems is scarce. This article is a systematic review of the available literature on necessary...  Read More

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The Qasgiq Model As an Indigenous Intervention: 1 credit

Using the Cultural Logic of Context to Build Protective Factors for Alaska Native Suicide and Alcohol Misuse Prevention

This Intervention model is based on the fundamental role that culture and Indigenous knowledge plays in community intervention in American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) communities. The intervention starts by...  Read More

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The first half of this course covers patient abandonment and when it is ethically appropriate to terminate the relationships with the client as well as the elements required for a...  Read More

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The purpose of this course is to investigate prevalence and correlates of medical use and misuse of psychoactive prescription medications among US youth and young adult. The course covers young...  Read More

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Substance use disorder (SUD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) frequently co-occur, and the presence of ADHD complicates the treatment of the addiction. Pharmacotherapy is a potent intervention in childhood and adult...  Read More

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This study is intended to recognize factors that could influence how and why people with intellectual disabilities may engage and understand gambling harms. The primary focus of this research is...  Read More

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