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CE Courses for DORA Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, and Addiction Counselors

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This article presents a pragmatic approach to assessing and managing suicide risk in children and adolescents. First, general recommendations for conducting risk assessments with children and adolescents are presented, followed...  Read More
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Outcome feedback uses routine monitoring of a client’s progress with treatment goals as compared to a normative treatment sample. Past research has demonstrated benefits to using outcome feedback to adjust...  Read More
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This course examines the universal implementation of SBIRT for adolescent alcohol and/or drug users in a school setting. It includes: community partners and school recruitment, screener selection, training and quality...  Read More
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This informational resource describes research and interventions relative to young people with both substance abuse disorders and their first episode of psychosis. Research on effectiveness of interventions is included in...  Read More
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Suicidal thought and non-suicidal self-harm are common in adolescents. Though both are strongly associated with suicide attempts, most adolescents who admit these indicators do not attempt suicide. This article explores...  Read More
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The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation has developed an EMDR therapy training that integrates trauma and dissociation education. In this workshop, authors of this curriculum will...  Read More
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This course examines how the opioid crisis is impacting the Hispanic/Latino population. It includes: contextual issues related to opioid misuse and OUD in Hispanic/Latino communities, highlights of the national data,...  Read More
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This timely pair of articles examines various aspects of helping in the COVID-19 environment. Essential workers are exhibiting a variety of mental health issues attributable to the stresses of the...  Read More
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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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When people live through interpersonal trauma, there is a tendency for many to stay silent about their experiences. Reasons can include loyalty to close others, or the wish to keep...  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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