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How Will I Learn It?
In this course, participants will learn how CBT compares with other treatments for cocaine addiction, and how CBT addresses the critical tasks that are essential to effective treatment for Cocaine Addiction. They will how to work with cocaine addicted clients in fostering the motivation for abstinence, teaching coping skills; Changing reinforcement contingencies, fostering the management of painful affects, and improving interpersonal functioning and enhancing social supports.
We specialize in online learning in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for mental (and physical) health professionals. We realize that educating professionals in CBT significantly expands the health and wellness resources available to healthcare clients.
You will work in small collaborative groups within a larger class. In fact, you can register with a group of 6-8 peers and expect to complete the entire program with that same group. Alternately, you can register individually and work with people from across the country and beyond. Your collaborative learning groups will facilitate the development of critical thinking skills, the co-creation of knowledge, meaning, reflection, and transformative learning. Reciprocal scaffolding (Holton and Thomas, 2006) is utilized where collaboratively working groups are provided with opportunities to learn from the experiences and knowledge of each other.
This online program consists of weekly video lectures, weekly discussion, frequent electronic quizzes to keep you on-track, group Case Studies, and meetings with your facilitator via Skype/Adobe Connect.
Holton, D., and Clark, D. (2006). Scaffolding and metacognition. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 37, 127-143.
Participants will learn the Structure and Format of CBT Sessions with cocaine addicted client;
Participation will learn how to build a Therapeutic Collaborative relationship with client;
Participant willlearn strategies that enhance client motivation;
Client will learn how to conduct Miller’s Motivational Interviewing;
Participants willbe able to help clients identify triggers and respond rationally to triggers;
Participants will be able to teach client Drug Refusal skills, role play skills, and learn self-esteem and assertiveness skills to deal with drug refusal;
Participants will learn how to plan for, work through and complete termination of treatment.
October Intake (Now Registering)
October 29, 2018 to April 12, 2019
$1250 +HST: Early Bird Discount ($75) for Registration and full payment before September 8, 2017
Registration after Sept 8 as spaces permit
Learn the four general processes of Motivational Interviewing
Engaging: involves the client in talking about issues, concerns and hopes, and to establish a trusting relationship with a counselor.
Focusing: narrows the conversation to habits or patterns that clients want to change.
Evoking: elicits client motivation for change by increasing clients' sense of the importance of change, their confidence about change, and their readiness to change.
Planning: develops the practical steps clients want to use to implement the changes they desire.
Program Pre-Approved by the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association for 42 Credit Hours
Event Code 64931035
Pre-Approved by the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation for 60 CORE CEU Hours
Participants will understand and be able to use a variety of assessment tools: Addiction Severity Index; the Trans-Theoretical Change Assessment Scale; A diary of daily substance use; The Treatment Attitudes and Expectation form, CBT tools (3-5-and 7 column thought records); Beck Depression and Anxiety instruments and more.
Participants will learn how to collaboratively work with cocaine addicted clients by delivering effective interventions in the course of treatment. Learn to:
Set Session Agendas;
Discuss, review, and reformulate the client’s goals for treatment; Monitor client’s cravings;
Monitor other abused substances;
Monitor general functioning; Explore with client the positive and negative consequences of cocaine abuse;
Explore the relationship between the client’s thoughts, feelings and substance abuse;
Ask for Feedback, Provide Feedback;
Discuss the potential advantages of an abstinence goal;
Explore the client’s ambivalence about abstinence;
Use Socratic questioning in the face of client resistance;
Help the client develop problem solving strategies;
Provide Encouragement for Client;
Assess level of family and community support;
Explain the difference between a slip and a relapse;
Include family members and/or significant others in up to enhance family support;
Elicit client’s concerns about treatment and abuse; and
Appreciate that the client is trying to get well.
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Learn the Basic Theory and Principles of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy related to Cocaine Addiction;
Understand the two critical components of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy used in treating Cocaine Addiction:
Functional Analysis &
What Else Will I Learn?
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy With Cocaine Addicted Clients