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Helping Clients With Co-Occurring Disorders

Abstract:
Clients with co-occurring disorders in treatment often have complex biopsychosocial problems, challenges, and barriers. Maintaining a therapeutic alliance with clients who have co-occurring disorders is important—and can be difficult because of these challenges. This course provides seven clinical guidelines for developing and maintaining successful therapeutic relationships with clients and six clinical techniques that enhance the effectiveness of working with clients who have co-occurring disorders.

Authors:
Mim Landry, Senior Public Health Analyst, Danya International.

Sponsor:
This course was developed by Danya International with funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The course is sponsored by the Danya Institute, which manages the Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center.

Accreditation:
This activity has been approved by the National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors for up to 1.5 credit hours under the Danya Institute’s Provider Number 309.

Audience: Addiction Counselors

Time: 1.5 Hours

Cost: $20

Objectives:
After completing this online course, substance abuse counselors will be able to: (1) Understand and describe seven clinical guidelines for developing and maintaining successful therapeutic relationships with clients who have co-occurring disorders. (2) Understand and describe six clinical techniques that enhance the effectiveness of working with clients who have co-occurring disorders. (3) Incorporate clinical guidelines and techniques shown to be effective with clients who have co-occurring disorders.
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