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Five themes emerged based on interviews of faculty with addiction counseling expertise. The findings are relevant to practitioners, educators, and students. Recommendations for the counseling field are addressed, and suggestions for addiction content, course design, and pedagogy are included.
Trainers reported that motivational interviewing (MI)–inconsistent behaviors were frequently perceived during training and believed to create barriers to learning. More barriers were perceived in corrections than in mental health training audiences. Strategies to facilitate unlearning...
The authors interviewed 12 female participants about the intersection of their spiritual beliefs and eating disorder symptoms. Three main themes emerged from the data: (a) spiritual beliefs as helpful, (b) choice not to ask for spiritual help, and (c) guilt.
Substance abuse relapse has been linked to a number of internal and external vulnerability factors. The authors explored the internal construct of Adlerian social interest (Adler, ) and the external construct of Hirschi's () social bonding to provide a holistic risk profile of relapse.
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