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This course will describe the results of a study regarding the use of a 5-week, web-based intervention program, Youth COMPASS, which is based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), with...  Read More

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Individual differences in cognitive processes and coping behaviors play a role in the development and maintenance of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Given the large numbers of combat-exposed service members returning...  Read More

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Post-traumatic stress is a common reaction to exposure to trauma in children and adolescents. While some trauma-exposed youth go on to have persistent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), many children and...  Read More

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Research on sexual/gender minority adolescents is lacking a critical piece of information regarding interventions for improving minority stress. These researchers designed a program, Proud & Empowered (P & E), to...  Read More

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“Kratom” is a term used to describe a herbal substance that has opioid and stimulant-like effects. Kratom and kratom-based products are currently legal and available in many areas, throughout the...  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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Problematic Internet Use in Children and Adolescents 1 credit

Associations with Psychiatric Disorders and Impairments

Problematic internet use (PIU) is a topic of increasing concern among psychologists and other mental health providers. Previous research studies have established links between PIU and both internalizing and externalizing...  Read More

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Sleep disturbances are well-recognized symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This review updates knowledge regarding the relationship between sleep during deployment, combat-related trauma, and PTSD in military personnel, from which...  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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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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The primary aim of this study was to evaluate which brief interventions, alone or in combination, have the greater effect on suicide ideation (primary outcome) and resilience (secondary outcome) among...  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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Past research has shown some evidence that active military clinical populations have poorer treatment outcomes for PTSD than civilian populations. This is a meta-analytic study aimed at studying differences in...  Read More

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The Hummingbird Project 1 credit

A Positive Psychology Intervention for Secondary School Students

The Hummingbird Project is a Positive Psychology Intervention (PPI). This course will review a research article describing the background, history, rationale, description, methodology, and effectiveness of PPIs in school settings....  Read More

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Research on the needs and effective treatment options available to transgender individuals with substance use problems is scarce. This article is a systematic review of the available literature on necessary...  Read More

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Past research has shown differences between the rates of eating disorders between two groups—sexual/gender minority individuals and cisgender heterosexual individuals. This quantitative research study aims to test hypotheses regarding presenting...  Read More

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The Qasgiq Model As an Indigenous Intervention: 1 credit

Using the Cultural Logic of Context to Build Protective Factors for Alaska Native Suicide and Alcohol Misuse Prevention

This Intervention model is based on the fundamental role that culture and Indigenous knowledge plays in community intervention in American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) communities. The intervention starts by...  Read More

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Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) can alleviate the stress and challenges faced by the parents of adolescents with mental health (MH) problems. Although CFT interventions have shown promising results, few studies have...  Read More

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The Whitewashing of Social Work History 1 credit

How Dismantling Racism in Social Work Education Begins With an Equitable History of the Profession

Severe racial inequity has characterized the incorporation of ethnic minorities’ contributions to U.S. history and advancements (Sandoval et al., 2016). These disparities are inextricably connected to White Supremacist ideologies and...  Read More

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Researchers are attending to the behavioral health of young people and are wanting young people to have more access to behavioral health services. Digital applications/resources may provide some viable behavioral...  Read More

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