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Martha Sweezy and Ellen L. Ziskind’s Internal Family Systems Therapy: New Dimensions quickly established itself as essential reading for clinicians who are interested in IFS by illustrating how the model...  Read More
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Couple therapy is complicated; it is more difficult in many ways than individual therapy. To do it well, a therapist needs to consider its unique challenges. This book begins with...  Read More
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This text serves as a guide to the use of family therapy methods and techniques in the treatment of substance abuse disorder in the context of overall support provided to...  Read More
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A Step by Step Guide for How to do a Strength-Based Couples Therapy. Leading couple therapist Ellen Wachtel describes the principles of therapeutic interventions that motivate couples to alter entrenched...  Read More
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This paper presents a qualitative study that is part of larger mixed-methods research with 87 mother-child dyads (with children 9 to 12 years old). Dyads were administered the Joint Painting...  Read More
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This course examine using motivational interviewing in couples therapy as a way to enhance HIV prevention in gay and bisexual men. MI has been successful in drug treatment. It includes:...  Read More
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The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for everyone, and the restrictions have created a need for improved teletherapy approaches for children. Using a Time Limited Mentalization-Based Approach for Children and...  Read More
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This course examines the risk of substance abuse to adolescents stemming from inappropriate attachment using systems theory and family-based intervention. It includes: Behavior and Exchange Systems Therapy (BEST), attachment, discourse,...  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 the effects of Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) vs Treatment As Usual (TAU) on parent substance use and adolescent substance use. The authors used effectiveness research to...  Read More
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The behavioral health of spouses/partners of members of the military with alcohol abuse can be a focus of addressing a larger problem of substance abuse in the military. This is...  Read More
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This course is a review of Alcohol-Focused Behavioral Couple Therapy literature. It includes active ingredients, moderators, and mediators of treatment outcome. Outcomes were measured for patient drinking, improved relationship functioning,...  Read More
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A review article of the contributions of the fields of substance abuse treatment and family therapy for client care and the strategies of the two fields to work in conjunction...  Read More
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In family therapy, the family as a whole is the focus of treatment. However, implementing culturally competent family therapy requires clinicians to have an understanding of different populations’ unique backgrounds...  Read More
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Family therapy has a long and solid history within the mental health field, wherein the family as a whole is the focus of treatment. Integrated models for substance abuse treatment...  Read More
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Young adult drug use and law breaking behaviors often have roots in adolescence. These behaviors are predicted by early drug use, parental substance use disorders, and disrupted and conflict-ridden family...  Read More
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As the average length of therapy shortens, clinicians need a resource to lead them step-by-step through the goals and process of the opening sessions of brief therapy as well as...  Read More
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This course provides a careful overview of empirically supported treatments for depression in children and adolescents. The course reviews etiological factors in depression and provides examples of questions therapists can...  Read More
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This course provides a careful overview of the empirically supported treatments for disruptive behavior disorders in adolescents. These interventions consist mostly of work with parents that integrate behavioral techniques, strategies...  Read More
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This course provides a careful overview of the empirically supported treatments for disruptive behavior disorders in children. These interventions consist mostly of work with parents that integrates behavioral techniques into...  Read More
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