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This is a list of courses that are no longer available. We have 455 courses available currently.

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This course examines key indicator in substance use and mental health. It includes: substance use in the past month, alcohol use in the past month. Tobacco use in the past...  Read More
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Want to know if mobile health techniques (mHealth) can improve the treatment for patients with eating disorders? Although mHealth techniques are extremely popular, researchers do not yet know if mobile...  Read More
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Chapter 6 of this TIP is a discussion of the advantages and the complexity of integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy. While many clinicians formally or informally include family...  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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This study examined the relation between restrictive eating, binge eating, purging, and suicidal ideation in adolescent and young adult females with low-weight eating disorders. We hypothesized that restrictive eating would...  Read More
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About 40-80% of people who suffers from eating disorders has dysfunctional exercise obligations, a comorbidity found to complicate treatment outcome, hence, a reduction in physical activity during therapy is often...  Read More
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To date, only two medications have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for eating disorders: lisdexamfetamine for binge-eating disorder (BED) and fluoxetine for bulimia nervosa (BN). While...  Read More
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Eating disorder researchers often struggle with low participation and retention rates in clinical trials, impacting our ability to extrapolate findings to broader populations. This article describes key barriers and motivators...  Read More
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Weight suppression has gained significant attention in the eating disorders field as a meaningful predictor of symptomatology, disorder severity, treatment response, and weight gain. However, its traditional calculation (i.e., as...  Read More
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Dr. Jamison has studied manic-depressive illness and suicide both professionally—and personally. She first planned her own suicide at 17; she attempted to carry it out at 28. Now professor of...  Read More
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Music therapy (MT) has been used as an adjunct to other strategies for treatment of patients with schizophrenia. These researchers compared the treatment effect in patients with schizophrenia who received...  Read More
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Bulimia nervosa is a serious mental illness with associated physical health problems and impaired psychosocial functioning. And yet, fewer than two thirds of patients with bulimia nervosa seek treatment. One...  Read More
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This course examines the associations among genetic risk, body mass index, and weight control behaviors. The course will introduce you to the basics of genetics including the use genome-wide association...  Read More
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In this course, you will learn about remission and recovery in eating disorders (EDs). More specifically you will learn about how such terms are used and vary in definition in...  Read More
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Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the most ubiquitous mental health problem in children, has been associated with poor self-esteem. Psychosocial interventions have aimed to improve self-esteem among this group, with the...  Read More
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Binge eating is prevalent among adolescents from varying socioeconomic backgrounds and is associated with numerous adverse outcomes. However, it remains unclear whether risk factors for binge eating vary by socioeconomic...  Read More
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Individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) tend to have a significant degree of functional impairment across a range of social and occupational spheres including difficulty finding and maintaining satisfying...  Read More
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This course is intended to provide counseling competencies for working with and advocating for members of the multiracial population. This population would include interracial couples, multiracial families and individuals, LGBT...  Read More
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