PSY-423: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Addiction Treatment
1 credit hour
Cognitive behavioral therapy, along with motivational interviewing and 12-step facilitation has been identified by National Institutes of Health as an intervention with a significant evidence base. In this course students will develop advanced skills in providing cognitive behavioral interventions with people dealing with chemical and behavioral addictions. Students will consider the use of cognitive behavioral therapies with a variety of client groups. This course provides training for the core function of counseling.