Component Model of Addiction Treatment: A Pragmatic Transdiagnostic Treatment Model of Behavioral and Substance Addictions
Total CE Credit Hours: 1.5
Course Info URL: http://www.addictioncounselorce.com/courses/102414
About the Course:
Behavioral addictions such as gambling, video games, sex, and shopping share many clinical features with substance use disorders, including etiology, course, and neurobiology. Yet, the treatment of behavioral addictions and substance use addictions tends to be separated. However, we argue that a more effective and efficient treatment approach of addictive disorders is to conceptualize behavioral and substance use addictions as different expressions of a common underlying disorder and, in treatment, to address the underlying mechanisms common to both. To this end, the article presents a developing transdiagnostic treatment model of addictions that targets underlying similarities between behavioral and substance use addictions, called the component model of addiction treatment (CMAT).
Counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and social workers treating patients struggling with substance misuse and behaviorial addictons. This course is appropriate for all levels of knowledge.
Acknowledge that some behavioral addcitions are associated with physiological changes.
Identify the theories of addiction pertaining to behavioral addcitions.
Extrapolate treatment modalities for behavioral addictions and comorbid substance use.
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