bshs458 | undergraduate
Action Planning, Relapse Prevention And Aftercare
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- Identify contributions that schools, community, and public health organizations make to aid in relapse prevention.
- Analyze strategies related to relapse prevention.
- Identify issues that need to be addressed for effective relapse prevention.
- Describe how shame, vulnerability, and overload affect aftercare strategies.
- Explain how multicultural competence is a necessary part of aftercare planning.
- Identify family systems issues and the role they play in aftercare.
New Perspectives in Substance Abuse Prevention
- Identify the elements involved in new treatment perspectives for substance abuse counseling.
- Describe factors that influences a drugâs effects.
- Describe professional issues involved with substance abuse treatment.
Action Planning for Clients
- Develop a treatment plan for clients related to addiction and substance use disorders.
- Identify motivational interviewing principles and how they help break down the denial process.
- Develop effective motivational interview techniques.
Evidenced-Based Addiction Treatment Approaches
- Identify evidence-based techniques and approaches recommended to aid in the treatment approaches for addictions.
- Distinguish between different group types and how each group supports addiction treatment approaches.
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