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Substance Abuse: Growing Beyond 12 Step Program Dependency
10 CEUs Substance Abuse: Growing Beyond 12 Step Program Dependency

Section 26
Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Addiction
Health Care Professional Resource Guide and
Addiction Counseling Competencies

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-Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health Licensure Unit. ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE AND ADDICTION A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL’S RESOURCE GUIDE, http://dhhs.ne.gov/crl/chemguide.pdf, pages 1-22.

-Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice. Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series 21. HHS Publication No. (SMA)08-4171. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2006, Revised 2011, pages 1-55.
The article above contains foundational information. Articles below contain optional updates.

Online Continuing Education QUESTION 26
The health care professional returning to work after addiction treatment will face what transitional back to work stressors? Record the letter of the correct answer the CEU Answer Booklet.

 

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How to Stop a Relapse & Limit Stressors During the Holidays - November 21, 2017
In the winter holidays of November, December, and January, people experience their highest rates of anxiety all year. In fact, 84% of Americans report feeling moderately to overwhelmingly stressed during the holidays. The holidays also have the highest rates of drug and alcohol related fatalities. Almost 91,000 Americans have died substance-related deaths in the month ...
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Sober Living: 9 Things to be Thankful for This Thanksgiving - November 20, 2017
Thanksgiving is a holiday that can either help you feel more connection and deeper love, or increased anxiety and deeper depression. Stress has been proven to be a major contributor to substance use disorder and relapse—but that doesn’t mean you have to give into it. Instead of letting Thanksgiving drag you down into repeating old ...
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5 Reasons to Stop Your Addiction Denial & Improve Your Life - November 16, 2017
Denial is a psychological defense wherein a person refuses to accept a reality that changes their view of themselves, and it is the number one obstacle to addiction recovery. Addiction denial isn’t just the refusal to recognize that there is any problem at all, it is any lie, omission, justification, exaggeration, or other kind of ...
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What Does a State of Emergency Mean for the Opioid Epidemic? - November 14, 2017
Every day, more than 140 people in the U.S. die from an opioid overdose. This means that every three weeks, America suffers a death toll equal to that caused by September 11th. The U.S. remains in the midst of a serious opioid epidemic that continues to worsen every year, and that caused over 59,000 deaths ...
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Better Pain Management Will Remove Painkiller Addiction - November 10, 2017
The 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that 38% of Americans—that’s almost 92 million people—used prescription opioids in the previous year. Eleven and a half million of these individuals misused these painkilling drugs, and 1.9 million of them had a painkiller addiction. Misuse is defined as taking a medication that has not ...
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