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Using the opioid epidemic, the authors argue the importance for considering both conscious and unconscious processes in understanding the ethical framework of addiction. The authors hypothesize that in addition to...  Read More

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This course examines the opioid epidemic in detail. It begins with identifying the scope of the problem. The report includes: trends in prescription opioid use and misuse, risk factors for...  Read More

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This course examines prevention the use of marijuana in pregnant women using several approaches It includes education through contact with physicians, advertising campaigns legislative action delaying initiation, education programs, and...  Read More

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This course is a review of existing literature in the treating of co-occurring SUD and psychiatric disorders in the use of Technology Based Interventions (TBI). Studies mostly examined SUD with...  Read More

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This course examines harm reduction as an approach to treat alcohol dependence. The authors propose that it creates a better chance for compliance with treatment in a comprehensive treatment setting....  Read More

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This course discusses the role of pharmacotherapy in the treatment of substance use disorder in adolescents. Various medications are examined, in a wide range of addictions, including Tobacco Use Disorder...  Read More

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This article examines the barriers to substance abuse treatment among Latinos vs whites and other groups based on in-depth qualitative interviews. Attitudes toward Specialty Treatment, perceived controls, cultural factors, perceived...  Read More

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This course is a review of Alcohol-Focused Behavioral Couple Therapy literature. It includes active ingredients, moderators, and mediators of treatment outcome. Outcomes were measured for patient drinking, improved relationship functioning,...  Read More

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This course examines the effect of multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) on delinquency in adolescents with substance use disorder (SUD) in the Netherlands. The authors conducted...  Read More

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The course is a systematic review focusing on attention bias, and approach bias in those with cannabis use disorder, opioid use disorder and stimulant use disorders. The authors posit that...  Read More

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This course discusses motives for gambling. It examines: social, financial, fun/thrill and negative affect factors of both problem and non-gamblers in Spain. It also tested Spanish speaking measures. This is...  Read More

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This course examines the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) as a predictor of dropout from residential substance use disorder treatment. It discusses need for a cognitive screening tool as well as...  Read More

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Meta-analyses have reliably demonstrated the efficacy of cognitive–behavioral therapy in the treatment of addictions and other mental health issues. This course provides a detailed program for anger management for those...  Read More

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This course covers the assessment and management of designer drugs, including: bath salts, cathinones, mephedrone, methylone, methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDMA), synthetic cannabinoids, spice, 25I-NBOMe, N-bomb, and hallucinogens. It explains: epidemiology of emerging...  Read More

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This research intensive course discusses music therapy (MT) and Music based interventions (MBI) in the treatment of substance use disorders. It includes 34 quantitative and six qualitative studies across various...  Read More

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This course examines neurobehavioral theories of addiction and evaluates them against benchmarks. Each theory is explained from inception, various modifications to its current state. The seven main theories discussed are:...  Read More

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This course examines contingency management (CM) in a variety of substance use disorders (including tobacco use), combined with a variety of substance use disorder treatments. It includes: a conceptual background...  Read More

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This course examines depression and racism as it pertains to African American adolescents and marijuana Two studies were completed and two papers written by the same authors. Links were found...  Read More

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This course examines demographic trends in cannabis use in the older adult population through the use of geriatric epidemiology. Cannabis use in on the rise in a population with existing...  Read More

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This course examines age difference in cannabis use in the US between 2002-2014. Previous research indicate a change in use in 2007, thus the data is separated before and after...  Read More

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