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This course address substance use disorder in veterans. It examines cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and integrative therapy in a group therapy format. Treatment outcome was measured by drug screens (UDS),...  Read More
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This course discusses a study of group therapy to examine the gap in evidence-based therapy and group therapy practice. This qualitative inquiry interviewed several group therapists specializing in substance use...  Read More
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This course compares traditional 12-Step groups to mutual help alternatives for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). It includes membership characteristics, group participation, cohesion, satisfaction, alternatives to the 12-step model, basic demographic...  Read More
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This course contains two articles that discuss evidence-based practice, group therapy and mindfulness in substance use disorder treatment. The first article examines evidence-based practice vs treatment—as-usual in group therapy, as...  Read More
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This course examines whether there are disparities in mutual help participation for substance use problems, including alcohol, among African American, Hispanic, Native American based on race/ethnicity while seeking self-help. It...  Read More
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This material for this course examines issues pertaining to women in recovery groups. The first article tests the efficacy of the Women’s Recovery Group (WRG) vs mixed gender groups. The...  Read More
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This course focuses on group leadership concepts and techniques. It includes: The Group Leader personal qualities leading groups concepts, techniques, and considerations; interventions; transference and countertransference; resistance in group confidentiality;...  Read More
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This course examines female specific Cognitive Behavior Therapy in individuals and groups of women seeking treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Female specific therapy was more effective than standard treatment...  Read More
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This course is a study of the modalities and modes of treatment in clinical practice for substance use disorder treatment and whether they are evidence-based or treatment as usual. This...  Read More
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Group therapy is regarded as a powerful means of engaging therapeutic forces such as affiliation, support, and peer confrontation to treat substance users within a culture of recovery. Groups therapy...  Read More
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A quick guide for clinicians regarding the basic principles and management of group therapy. This is an overview of the role and efficacy of group therapy in substance abuse treatment...  Read More
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This course focuses on treatment and clinical supervision. It covers: adjustments to make treatment appropriate, the stages of treatment, the condition of clients in each stage and leadership in each...  Read More
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This course examines the criteria for the placement in groups and group development and phase-specific tasks. It covers: matching clients with groups, assessing the client for group readiness, placing clients...  Read More
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Treatment Modalities and Settings (TIP 56, Chapter 5): Addressing the Specific Behavioral Health Needs of Men describes some treatment methods that researchers and providers have found useful in helping men...  Read More
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This TIP, Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy, addresses how substance abuse affects the entire family and how substance abuse treatment providers can use principles from family therapy to change...  Read More
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