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This course examines approaches, integration and special populations in using family therapy to treat SUD. It includes: overview of family-based treatment methods, family approaches to support ongoing recovery, appropriateness of...  Read More
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This course examines Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment and using family therapy to work with families and influences of misuse. It includes: what is family counseling and why it is...  Read More
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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 courses discusses the role of behavioral couples treatment where one or more parents in the home have a substance use disorder (SUD) in reducing the risk of child abuse....  Read More
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This course examine using motivational interviewing in couples therapy as a way to enhance HIV prevention in gay and bisexual men. MI has been successful in drug treatment. It includes:...  Read More
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This course discusses the use of language as a determining factor in outcome. Though previous research showed mixed results, the authors hypothesized that use of the word “we” was predictive...  Read More
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This course explores several family based interventions for Substance use and video conferencing to deliver it. It highlights evidence-based treatment using family therapy and behavioral interventions to deal with externalizing...  Read More
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This course examines the risk of substance abuse to adolescents stemming from inappropriate attachment using systems theory and family-based intervention. It includes: Behavior and Exchange Systems Therapy (BEST), attachment, discourse,...  Read More
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This course examines the effects of Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) vs Treatment As Usual (TAU) on parent substance use and adolescent substance use. The authors used effectiveness research to...  Read More
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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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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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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 is a research intensive course examines a randomized control trial in which group therapy versus standard behavioral couples therapy plus individually based treatment for patients with alcoholism. Treatment outcomes...  Read More
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Chapter 6 of this TIP is a discussion of the advantages and the complexity of integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy. While many clinicians formally or informally include family...  Read More
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A review article of the contributions of the fields of substance abuse treatment and family therapy for client care and the strategies of the two fields to work in conjunction...  Read More
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In family therapy, the family as a whole is the focus of treatment. However, implementing culturally competent family therapy requires clinicians to have an understanding of different populations’ unique backgrounds...  Read More
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Family therapy has a long and solid history within the mental health field, wherein the family as a whole is the focus of treatment. Integrated models for substance abuse treatment...  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 is an overview of the TIP and various models covered. Today four predominant family therapy models are used as the bases for treatment and specific interventions for substance...  Read More
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This course examines brief interventions and the theories in which they are founded. It includes: the appropriateness of brief family therapy, definitions of “family,” theoretical approaches, using brief family therapies,...  Read More
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