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WebinarCEClasses is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. WebinarCEClasses maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR AMERICAN INDIANS AND ALASKA NATIVES (10.00 CEs)

$10.00
Home Study CE Course Objectives :
1. Critique Vocational Training
2. Assess Community Involvement
3. Describe at Least 2 Program Management and Sovereignty Issues
4. List at Least 2 Relapse Prevention and Recovery Promotion Methods
5. Explain at least 2 Ways of Adapting Standard Mental and Substance Use Disorder Treatment Modalities
6. Describe at Least 2 Mental Health Promotion and Substance Misuse/Use Disorder Prevention
7. Identify at Least 2 Screening and Assessment
8. Compare Retention and Outcomes
9. Critique Motivation for Treatment and Access to Care
10. Explain differences in the Behavioral Health of American Indian and Alaska Native Subpopulations
11. Identify at Least 2 Risk and Protective Factors for Mental and Substance Use Disorders
12. List at least 2 Epidemiological Data on CODs
13. Describe at Least 2 Substance Use and Misuse Patterns for American Indians and Alaska Natives
14. Analyze at Least 2 Telephone- and Computer-Based Services
15. Identify at Least 2 Large Epidemiological Studies on the Prevalence of Mental and Substance Use Disorders
This course describes the available literature on behavioral health services for adult American Indians and Alaska Natives. It examines epidemiological studies and culturally responsive adaptations to standard behavioral health.
Accredited by: Webinarceclasses
Target Audience:
Educator Marriage and Family Therapist Mental Health Counselor Nurse Physician Psychiatrist Psychologist Social Worker Undergraduate Student
Instructional Level: Introductory
Home Study ID: 1230