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This course provides a carefully description and analysis of cultural factors in therapy. The central issue is that psychotherapy was developed primarily within a European/American cultural context, but now many...  Read More
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This course presents a potpourri of therapeutic techniques that are not based on any particular theoretical orientation but evolved over the years from the author’s clinical experience. These techniques are...  Read More
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This course provides a rigorous overview of the fundamentals of family systems therapy. Principles of systems theory are explained and then applied to family dysfunction and mental health problems. The...  Read More
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This course provides a clear, insightful, user-friendly explanation of the constructivist approach, specifically, solution-focused therapy and narrative therapy. Principles of postmodernist theory, with its emphasis on language and conversation as...  Read More
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This course provides a rigorous and innovative overview of psychodynamic therapy. Basic principles of classic psychoanalytic theory are explained in commonsensical terms, with a minimum of jargon. Both the value...  Read More
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This course explains how to conduct cognitive-behavioral interventions that include significant components of mindfulness work. There is instruction in conducting a variety of mindfulness exercises that are age-appropriate for youth...  Read More
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This course provides a rigorous overview of the fundamentals of cognitive therapy. Principles of cognitive psychology are explained and then applied to clinical problems. The outcome research on cognitive interventions...  Read More
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This course provides a rigorous overview of the fundamentals of behavior therapy. The behavioral approach is depicted as an information technology that operates in highly individualized ways and can be...  Read More
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This course provides a careful description of fundamental methods of child and adolescent psychotherapy that are common to all major theoretical orientations, thus providing readers with a review of the...  Read More
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This report presents outcomes from the national evaluation of demonstration and expansion and sustainability grants. The evaluation of these grantees provides a resource to identify service practices that are best...  Read More
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This course examines the link between family violence and adolescent self-control, and how in impacts adolescence. It is a meta-analysis totaling of 20,000 participants. Theoretical moderators of age, country and...  Read More
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This course examines children in South Africa who became orphans as a result of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Orphanhood is associated with a significant detrimental impact on child mental health outcomes....  Read More
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These articles discuss the use of motivational interviewing (MI) as a treatment for adolescent alcohol use. One article focuses on MI’s impact of heavy drinking days and the other looks...  Read More
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Each year, natural disasters affect an average of 224 million individuals worldwide, and about 85.2 million in North America. Children under the age of 18 comprise nearly 25 percent of...  Read More
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This course explores brief interventions for alcohol treatment in adolescents. The first article focuses on computer vs therapist brief interventions(BI). Reviews of strategies such as refusal skills, protective behavioral strategies,...  Read More
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This comprehensive guide to conducting school-based functional behavioral assessments provides an overview of the history and current status of FBA procedures, a review of relevant ethical and professional standards, and...  Read More
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As interest in Animal-Assisted Interventions (AAI) grows, there is increasing need to differentiate informal activities from formal and professionally directed therapies, including mental health focused Canine-Assisted Psychotherapy (CAP). There have...  Read More
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This issue of the Supplemental Research Bulletin focuses on how mass violence affects the behavioral health of adult and young (child and adolescent) survivors or witnesses of a mass violence...  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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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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