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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) for Practitioners
As follow up to the Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis course, this course offers a deeper look at how practitioners can utilize CBTp to help their clients.
Invitation to Change Approach: Integrating CRAFT, MI and ACT
Presenter: Nicole Kosanke, PhD
The Invitation to Change approach draws from the most effective behavioral strategies and concepts found in 3 evidence-based treatments: CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). In this brief introduction to Invitation to Change, you will learn how this approach brings together science and kindness.
Making Pain Management Less Painful
Non-Opioid Psychotropic Medications in the Treatment of Chronic Pain
This course reviews evidence-based non-opioid medications in the treatment of chronic pain, highlighting dosing and adjustment considerations, comparing and contrasting various medications, and providing an appropriate treatment regimen.
Mindfulness Meditation: A Treatment for Many Ills
Presenter: Brian Meyers, PhD
This presentation will review what is known about mindfulness as a psychotherapeutic treatment, including what problems it treats effectively.
Motivational Interviewing: What It Is and What It Is Not
This online primer provides an overview to the evidence-based clinical method of communication, Motivational Interviewing (MI). This course explores what defines MI and its underlying spirit, structure, and principles.
Neurobiology and the Intersection of Substance Use and Mental Health
Presenter: Petros Levounis, MD, MA
This course will review the current research on the intersection of substance use and mental health, starting with a review of research on the neurobiology of substance use disorder, followed by substance specific trainings and a look at specific case examples. 6 contact hours
Neurobiology of Addiction
Presenter: Petros Levounis, MD
This course describes the fundamental model of the neurobiology of addiction, including the addition of newer concepts such as motivational circuitry and anti-reward pathways. (1.5 contact hours)
Opioids and the Brain: What Can Go Wrong!
What happens to the brain when opioids are introduced? Where does the euphoria come from and why does it become something else over time? This brief, self-directed online course addresses these questions and more.
Opioids: A Problem of Epidemic Proportions
This brief, self-directed online course describes the opioids taken in overdose, discusses the evolution of the opioid epidemic, reviews statistics, and discusses the presentation and management of opioid overdose.