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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 examines the motivational interviewing approach in treating adolescents with psychiatric comorbidity in substance abuse. Moderators used were: gender, race, baseline use (cannabis, alcohol and any substance), internalizing behavior,...  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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This course discusses the treatment of veterans with PTSD and substance use issues. It examines specialized intensive VA treatment such as: Evaluation/Brief Treatment PTSD Units (EBTPUs), Specialized Inpatient PTSD Units...  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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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 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 patients with co-occurring disorders. Success was measured by treatment retention, reduced symptoms and drug-free days. While there was no difference between CM vs...  Read More

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This course examines the dissemination of Contingency management (CM) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) Stage Model of Behavioral Therapies Development as an organizing framework. It includes:an overview of the Stage...  Read More

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Young adult drug use and law breaking behaviors often have roots in adolescence. These behaviors are predicted by early drug use, parental substance use disorders, and disrupted and conflict-ridden family...  Read More

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This course examines Therapeutic Communities (TC). In includes: an explanation of treatment communities, research, the approach of TC, are treatment communities effective, fundamental components, how treatment is provided, treating populations...  Read More

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This course discusses Gamblers’ Anonymous (GA) as a pathway to recovery in people with problem gambling. Gamblers Anonymous is a mutual aid fellowship based on 12-step principles. This review includes...  Read More

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This course deals treatment issues for men. It includes: considerations of counselor’s gender, counseling men who have difficulty accessing or expressing emotions, counseling men who feel excessive shame, counseling men...  Read More

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This course addressed moving clients from action to maintenance and stabilizing change in motivational interviewing (MI) for clients with Substance Use Disorder (SUD). It includes: stabilizing client change, supporting the...  Read More

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This course deals with integrating approaches in SUD treatment settings for enhancing motivation for change in clients with Substance Use Disorder. It includes adaptations of motivational counseling approaches and workforce...  Read More

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This course discusses contemplation to preparation and preparation to action in motivation to change for Substance Use Disorders (SUD). It includes: normalize and resolve ambivalence, help tip the decisional balance...  Read More

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This course deals with precontemplation to contemplation, building readiness using motivational interviewing for change in Substance Use Disorder (SUD). It includes: developing rapport and building trust, raising doubts and concerns...  Read More

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This course examines motivational interviewing (MI) as a counseling style for the treatment of Substance Use Disorder (SUD). It includes: an introduction to MI, what’s new in MI, ambivalence, core...  Read More

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In this webinar, Aaron Norton, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and Certified Master’s-Level Addictions Professional, presents a lecture on the philosophy and basic strategies of...  Read More

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