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Course Category: Addictions, Substance Use

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This course addresses clinical issues, challenges, and strategies in Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT). It discusses: client retention, relapse and continued substance abuse, substance abuse by family members, group work issues,...  Read More

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This course examines adapting intensive outpatient treatment for specific populations and treatment approaches for other special groups, including minority populations. Groups included are the justice system population, women, co-occurring psychiatric...  Read More

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This course discusses family based service. For a myriad of reasons, such as many clients coming from substance abusing families and being enabled by family members, many IOT’s use a...  Read More

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The screening, brief interventions, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) is an evidenced based practice that has been effective in multiple settings. This study investigates the effectiveness of (SBIRT) for treatment...  Read More

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Behavioral couples therapy (BCT) is a couple-based therapy for adults with substance use disorder (SUD) that aims to help the SUD patient and their partner build support for the patient’s...  Read More

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This course addresses Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT). It outlines forces affecting IOT, standards of IOT care and what constitutes IOT. It identifies 14 key principles that each IOT should use...  Read More

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This course gives an overview of the continuum of care. It includes the key aspects of IOT, including the 5 levels. It explains key aspects of outpatient treatment, core services,...  Read More

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This course explores elements of engaging the client in IOT, collecting screening information, and adjusting the intake process with the goal of retention. It includes assessing barriers to treatment and...  Read More

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This article explores buprenorphine treatment and a stepped care model. Although counseling is a required part of office-based buprenorphine treatment of opioid use disorders, the nature of what constitutes appropriate...  Read More

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In the present article, they describe the protocol for a novel, integrated exercise intervention that combines motivational interviewing (MI) and contingency management (CM). Substance Use Disorders (SUD) are associated with...  Read More

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This peer reviewed article discusses the emerging evidence that suggests that mindfulness training can target neurocognitive mechanisms to produce significant therapeutic effects on SUDs and prevent relapse. The purpose of...  Read More

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The Office of the Surgeon General and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) developed this Spotlight on Opioids from the Surgeon General’s Report, in order to provide...  Read More

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Treatments aiming to reduce cannabis use in regular users have focused on psychosocial and psychological interventions such as cognitive–behavioural therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), contingency management, and voucher incentives for...  Read More

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In this SAMHSA Recovery-To-Practice webinar, Paul Grant Ph.D. and Ellen Inverso Psy.D. discuss the development and utilization of Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy with the introduction of the “adaptive mode.” This course...  Read More

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In this SAMHSA Recovery-To-Practice webinar, Paul Grant, Ph.D. and Ellen Inverso Psy.D. discuss eliciting an individual’s hopes and dreams for motivating and energizing recovery via Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy. This course...  Read More

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In this SAMSHA Recovery to Practice webinar, Mary Jansen, Ph.D. explores evidence-based, promising, and supporting practices as well as ways to integrate these approaches into current services. This course is...  Read More

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People are most likely to begin abusing drugs, including tobacco, alcohol, and illegal and prescription drugs during adolescence and young adulthood. There are many reasons adolescents use these substances, including...  Read More

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In this SAMSHA Recovery to Practice webinar, Cynthia Moreno Touhy, BSW, NCACII explains the role of family and community in recovery, including recovery capital, family adaptations across stages of long-term...  Read More

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In this SAMHSA Recovery-To-Practice webinar, Bryan Bailey and Tom Joyce examine integrated recovery-oriented approaches in acute care and emergency settings for people in crisis related to mentalhealth disorders and/or substance...  Read More

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Addiction prevention is a major public health problem, particularly concerning young people. Despite the consensus that primary prevention is essential, the evaluation of its impact is questioned. The objective of...  Read More

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