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This guide presents an overview of current approaches and challenges to identifying and treating CSU and concurrent SUD in adults aged 18 and older. It documents three evidence-based practices that...  Read More

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This course examines women's experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV) at different life course stages. Shorter and longer term consequences of abusive relationships are explored. Implications for community education and...  Read More

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Minority Stress, Distress, and Suicide Attempts 1.5 credits

Three Cohorts of Sexual Minority Adults: a U.S. Probability Sample

Because LGBTQ+ issues and populations have become more accepted in the general public than in the past, researchers have wondered about the differences between age cohorts relative to social stressors...  Read More

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Advances in the Treatment of Chronic Insomnia 1.5 credits

A Narrative Review of New Nonpharmacologic and Pharmacologic Therapies

Insomnia is a complex disorder that can include underlying pathophysiology. Treatment warrants consideration of different nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment options. This narrative review provides a summary of the diagnostic criteria...  Read More

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Sleep and PTSD in the Military Forces 1 credit

A Reciprocal Relationship and a Psychiatric Approach

This course focuses on a review that updates knowledge regarding the relationship between sleep during deployment, combat-related trauma, and PTSD in military personnel. A lot of data suggest a dynamic...  Read More

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Intensive treatment programmes (ITPs) have shown promise for reducing PTSD and depression symptoms. However, it is still unknown whether treatment gains are maintained following completion. This study examined whether veterans...  Read More

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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-5-TR), is now available. It is being billed as the most comprehensive, current, and critical resource for clinical...  Read More

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While previous studies have focused on several aspects of the lives of transgender people, there is a gap of research regarding the risk of substance use in people who identify...  Read More

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How Trauma Related to Sex Trafficking Challenges Parenting 2 credits

Insights from Mexican and Central American Survivors in the US

Sex trafficking is a global issue that exacts a high price from survivors. An area that has had little attention is that of the effect of surviving sex trafficking on...  Read More

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Adapting Clinical Skills to Telehealth With LGBTQ+ Youth 1 credit

Applications of Affirmative Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Marginalized populations, such as LGBTQ+ youth, continue to have behavioral health needs and may lack access to behavioral health resources. The COVID-19 pandemic complicates the behavioral health needs of LGBTQ+...  Read More

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This course, based on the updated and revised second edition of the workbook by Rebecca E. Williams, Ph.D. and Julie S. Kraft, LMFT, presents a comprehensive approach to working with...  Read More

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Art Therapy in the Digital World 2 credits

An Integrative Review of Current Practices and Future Directions

Digital technology is increasingly present in psychotherapy practice and the provision of telehealth is expanding. However, relatively little is known about the use of digital technology within art therapy. This...  Read More

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Aggressiveness in Adopted and Non-Adopted Teens: 1.5 credits

The Role of Parenting, Attachment Security, and Gender

This study examined adopted adolescents' levels of attachment security to parents and aggressiveness as compared to those of community nonadopted adolescents and of clinical nonadopted adolescents. The implications of these...  Read More

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Autistic individuals might be more likely to misuse substances than non-autistic individuals. Better understanding of these patterns can help clinicians identify strategies to reduce substance use, protecting physical and mental...  Read More

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Insomnia is a prevalent and debilitating disorder among veterans. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI) can be effective for treating insomnia, although many cannot access this care. Technology-based solutions and...  Read More

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The older adult population in the United States is growing rapidly. Adults with serious mental illness over age 50 have high rates of medical comorbid conditions; significantly reduced life expectancy;...  Read More

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Professional ethics are at the core of social work. The profession has an obligation to articulate its basic values, ethical principles, and ethical standards. The NASW Code of Ethics sets...  Read More

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The current study examines patterns of attachment/self-protective strategies and rates of unresolved loss/trauma in children and adolescents presenting to a multidisciplinary gender service. Fifty-seven children and adolescents (8.42–15.92 years; 24...  Read More

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Advancing the Study of Positive Psychology 1.75 credits

The Use of a Multifaceted Structure of Mindfulness for Development

Positive psychology, as a distinctive paradigm, focuses on the remedy of pathologies and, by contrast, the promotion of positive experiences and conditions in life (e.g., encouraging a state of flourishing)....  Read More

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Gambling disorder is a behavioral addiction associated with impairments in value-based decision-making and cognitive control. These functions are thought to be regulated by dopamine within fronto-striatal circuits, but the role...  Read More

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