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Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: (1) list eight fundamental elements of an effective program for treating addictive disorders, (2) explain a sound rationale for conceptualizing the problem of an addictive disorder (3) depict a framework for addressing an addictive disorder, (4) list goals and objectives for treating an addictive disorder, (5)identify strategies for treating an addictive disorder, (6) define an addictive disorder from a cognitive-behavioral perspective, (7) list the four stages of an addictive disorder, (8) identify the attitudes underlying the personality structure of an addictive disorder, (9) identify the elements of an effective clinical assessment of an addictive disorder, (10) explain three important aspects of a healthy treatment environment , (11) list four distinct plateaus of recovery, (12) describe the change process, (13) define co-dependent enabling behavior, (14) outline the attributes and requisite skills of an effective addiction's counselor, (15) list the steps and principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and explain their Christian origin. (16) evaluate secular and Christian treatment approaches (17) apply spiritual growth principles and procedures to their own lives.
Asbury Theological Seminary
Summer, Kentucky, Counseling, August, CO625