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The 2018 CBT training will be offered to LCSWs,  LMSWs,  LMHCs and re-credentialing CASACs in New York. See NOTES on this page for state and license specifics.  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a collaborative (client and therapist) method based on social learning theory. CBT helps clients recognize that behavior is learned, thus dysfunctional behavior can be unlearned, teaches clients how to identify their feelings and express them appropriately, helps clients realize that they can change the way they think about alcohol and drug use, helps clients to see how they perceive their own behavior. With alcohol use, CBT may have a goal of reduction of use (harm-reduction). CBT is most often abstinence-oriented for drug use. It includes relapse prevention and coping skills training.

Course Goals and Objectives. .  .

Goals: Participants will gain an understanding of the disease of addiction: models of addiction, outcomes of addiction, modes of treatment, ethical responsibilities to clients, CBT intervention and treatment strategies which are effective with teens and adults who use cocaine, marijuana and alcohol. Participants will gain applicable assessment and treatment skills.

Objectives:

1. Participants will understand the incidence and prevalence of alcohol, cocaine, marijuana use in adolescent and adult populations.
2. Participants will understand the behavior, psychological, physical health and social effects of alcohol and substance use, misuse or dependence on individuals, families and communities.
3. Participants will understand the philosophies, practices, policies and outcomes of the most generally accepted models of treatment, recovery, relapse-prevention and continuing care for alcohol and substance use, misuse or dependence-related problems.
4. Participants will understand the ethical rationale for, and the use of CBT strategies for alcohol and substance use, misuse and dependence diagnosis and treatment.

Course Agenda: expected to complete in 6 hours, self-paced
 

1. (1.0 hour) Incidence and prevalence of addiction to alcohol, marijuana and cocaine for adults and teens, and consequences
 2. (.5 hour)Specific biological mechanisms for cocaine, alcohol, marijuana
 3. (.5 hour)Rationale for Best Practice Use in SUD treatment
 4.(.5 hour) Discussion of research concerning CBT use with cocaine, alcohol, marijuana
 5. (1 hour) Discussion and modeling of assessment with CBT methods
 6. (2 hours) Discussion and modeling of presentation of CBT concepts, methods of dealing with craving and refusal skills

NOTES: NYS OASAS has authorized 6 credits for re-credentialing CASACs who take this training. NY State has authorized 6 credits for LMSWs,  LCSWs, and LMHCs who take this training.  Registrants should note that only 1/3 of contact hours needed  for NY LCSWs and LMSWs can come from web coursework.