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CE Courses for Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health & Therapy Counselors and Addiction Counselors

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The course presentation will focus on the exploring the background of personality disorders, an evaluation of the DSM-V for the diagnosis of personality disorders and discussion of general treatment guidelines...  Read More

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The course presentation will focus on the exploring the background of bipolar disorder, an evaluation of the DSM-V for the diagnosis of bipolar disorder, and the available treatment options (pharmacological...  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 examines the family stress model to determine economic impact on alcohol use and drug use in Mexican American. It includes; explanation and use of Family Stress Model, familism...  Read More

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This course examines vulnerability vs resilience to substance use of at-risk adolescents and whether child maltreatment and father involvement are factors. It includes: child maltreatment and adolescent substance use, the...  Read More

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This course examines building a suicide prevention and intervention-capable agency, and is geared toward administrators, executive directions, board members and other upper level staff. It includes: Consensus Panel Recommendations for...  Read More

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This course exams the correlation and dramatically higher risk of suicidality among clients in treatment for substance abuse. It includes: Getting ready to address suicidality, background information, GATE- procedures for...  Read More

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Past research has found that there are experiences of bereavement specific to the LGBT* community. The authors have reviewed available research on bereavement experiences of members of the LGBT* community...  Read More

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Research has shown that individuals in underserved cultural groups can have some reluctance to engage in treatment or can prematurely end treatment based on communication issues between the individual and...  Read More

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Mindfulness meditation is increasingly incorporated into mental health interventions, and theoretical concepts associated with it have influenced basic research on psychopathology. In this review, applications of mindfulness meditation to specific...  Read More

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The authors of this article call for a revision the psychiatric strategy of “start low and go slow” and waiting six to eight weeks to adjust treatment for Major Depressive...  Read More

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Transitions in the role of the juvenile justice system have necessitated more inclusion of assessment and treatment for behavioral health disorders. This is an informative article on the types of...  Read More

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Perpetration of sexual violence , or unwanted sexual contact without consent, is an urgent public health issue that is influenced by factors in early/late adolescence. This study is a quantitative...  Read More

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Women who are recently released from incarceration face challenges for thriving in communities (e.g. safety, employment, maintaining social support). Several of these challenges are based in cultural and gender factors...  Read More

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Depression is expected to be the leading cause of disability worldwide by 2030. Rural areas without access to traditional therapeutic interventions may be most susceptible to continued or exacerbated problems...  Read More

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Gaslighting 1.5 credit

This course defines the phenomenon, describes the typical behaviors and personal characteristics of perpetrators and the resultant negative effects on their victims. Numerous examples of emotional abuse are provided to...  Read More

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This course examines the opioid epidemic and the measures that have been taken to decrease OUD. It includes: the charge of the current study, the study approach, definitions and terminology,...  Read More

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This course examines pain management and ways to reduce chances of the patient developing OUD by using other methods for treating pain. It includes: the scope of the problem of...  Read More

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This course discusses HIV and substance abusing in the aging population. Other comorbidities examined are alcohol and smoking tobacco. The first article includes: the prevalence of substance use among older...  Read More

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This course examines the opioid epidemic and its impact on the Black/African American community. This population has a disproportionate overdose rate for a specific type of opioid. A one-sized fits...  Read More

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