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The behavioral health of spouses/partners of members of the military with alcohol abuse can be a focus of addressing a larger problem of substance abuse in the military. This is...  Read More

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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 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 is a research intensive course that examines women with alcohol dependence and whether couple therapy vs couple therapy with individual CBT shows better alcohol treatment outcomes. Previous studied were...  Read More

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Some researchers consider impaired autonomy regarding drug consumption as a defining component of addiction. If true, studies and treatment protocols involving provision of drugs to addicts would face insurmountable ethical...  Read More

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Identifying factors that influence treatment outcomes of emerging integrated interventions for co-occurring Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and substance use disorder (SUD) is crucial to maximize Veterans’ health. Dyadic adjustment suffers...  Read More

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This course is based on a quantitative research project of quality improvement of therapeutic alliance in substance abuse treatment. This quality improvement project involved the implementation of routine monitoring of...  Read More

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This research intensive course covers cognitive remediation for gambling disorder. It identifies various forms of cognitive dysfunction in this population. The authors examine attention bias and approach bias, as well...  Read More

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This course is based on the book by the same name. This course provides mental health clinicians with practical guidance, strategies, solutions, as well as up-to-date information, covering vital ethical...  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 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 discusses long-term heroin injectors in the Mexican-American population. The respondents came from vastly predominate Mexican-American neighborhoods and had long drug careers of heroin use. Most were from Houston,...  Read More

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This course discuses effective components in the treatment of long-term Substance Use Disorder (SUD) based on client experiences and collaborative research. It includes case studies, the Recovery Management model, rapport...  Read More

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The provision of telemental health services is expanding in an effort to meet a wide array of needs, situations, and populations. Various stakeholders, from payors and politicians to clinicians and...  Read More

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This course examines marijuana use in mandated interventions for college students. The participants were dual users of marijuana and alcohol. They used marijuana weekly and heavy drinkers (>4 or 5...  Read More

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MDMA AKA Ecstasy Abuse 1.25 credits

This course examines MDMA (ecstasy abuse. It includes: definition and history of MDMA, scope of MDMA use in the US, users of MDMA, effects of MDMA and effects on the...  Read More

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This SAMHSA webinar offers an introduction to intergenerational trauma and its link to substance misuse. This course explores ways for prevention practitioners to support and implement trauma-informed prevention approaches. This...  Read More

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This webinar, which is part of the University of Minnesota Psychiatry Grand Rounds, discusses adolescent substance use, as well as reviews screening and intervention processes and procedures to use with...  Read More

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Marijuana 2 credits

This course is from an article by the National Institute of Drug Abuse discussing marijuana. It includes: A note from the director, what marijuana is, the scope of marijuana use...  Read More

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