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

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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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This class navigates the Gay man’s journey during the AIDS epidemic and shows how HIV impacted community fear and trauma. It describes the history, the principles, and the ongoing uphill...  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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Over time, the landscape for aging individuals has continued to evolve. Through the exploration of population demographics, costs, cultural preferences and more, this presentation explores how social workers can lean...  Read More
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Parents, educators, and health care professionals have all expressed concerns about the proliferation of electronic devices and their negative effects throughout our society.  Professional organizations have moved toward considering that...  Read More
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A response to funding cuts in community mental health has been increased demands on clinicians resulting in an increase in overtime work. Self-report measures were used to explore patterns in...  Read More
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Burnout is a risk among mental health therapists. This study seeks to identify organizational and therapist factors that predict burnout in the context of evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation efforts in...  Read More
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This course discusses contingency management in the behavioral treatment of substance use disorders. It includes a review of the literature, the efficacy of CM, concerns about CM, and next steps...  Read More
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This course is a review of pharmacotherapy and medication literature for adolescents. It examines pharmacologic treatments (MAT) for adolescent substance use. It addresses pharmacological intervention research, Ecological Momentary Assessment, current...  Read More
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This is an advanced course that examines the neurobiology of addiction, how the currents research fails to recognize this, and how prescribed use leads to opioid misuse. It covers alternatives...  Read More
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Although clinical supervision is important for clinical education and clinical implementation in services, little empirical attention has been given to the effectiveness of supervision on improvement of client outcomes. This...  Read More
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In reviewing research on the effectiveness of behavioral therapy on treatment outcomes, research has shown that attendance at therapy sessions tends to resolve psychological complaints more so than total absence...  Read More
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According to the authors, research has shown that workplace-based clinician supervision has become a “nearly ubiquitous infrastructure support.” This is a quantitative study addressing the current status of amounts of...  Read More
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This course explores a lack of research about disparities in treatment access/outcomes in substance abuse treatment among underserved ethnic/cultural populations. This study uses quantitative research methods to explore the impact...  Read More
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