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1 Boise State University Addiction and Behavioral Health Assessment and Intervention SYLLABUS Course and Instructor Instructor: Dr. Raissa Miller, LPC Office location: E613 Office hours: Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-3:00 and/or by appointment Phone: (208) Course Number: COUN 548 Course Title: Addiction and Behavioral Health Assessment and Intervention Course Time: Friday 4-10pm and Saturday 8am 5pm 2/6, 2/7; 3/13, 3/14; 4/10, 4/11 Course Location: E224 (Weekend 1); E221 (Weekends 2 and 3) Semester: SPRING 2015 Credits: 3 credits Course Objectives and Accreditation CACREP Addiction Standards Addressed in the Course Counseling, Prevention, and Intervention C.1 Knows the principles of addiction education intervention, and consultation. C.2 Knows the models of treatment recovery, relapse prevention, and continuing care for addictive disorders and related problems. C.3 Recognizes the importance of family, social networks, and community systems in the treatment and recovery process C.4 Understands the role of spirituality in the addiction recovery process. C.5 Knows a variety of helping strategies for reducing the negative effects of substance use, abuse, dependence, and addictive disorders. C.6 Understands the principles and philosophies of addiction-related self-help programs. Diversity and Advocacy E.1 Understands how living in a multicultural society affects clients with addictions. E.2 Understands current literature that outlines theories, approaches, strategies, and techniques shown to be effective when working with specific populations of clients with addictions. Assessment G.1 Understands various models and approaches to clinical evaluation for addictive disorders and their appropriate uses, including screening and assessment for addiction, diagnostic interviews, mental status examination, symptom inventories, and psychoeducational and personality assessments. G.2 Knows specific assessment approaches for determining the appropriate level of COUN 548, Spring

2 care for addictive disorders and related problems. G.3 Understands the assessment of biopsychosocial and spiritual history. G.4 Understands basic classifications, indications, and contraindications of commonly prescribed psychopharmacological medications so that appropriate referrals can be made for medication evaluations and so that the side effects of such medications can be identified. Research and Evaluation I.3 Knows evidence-based treatments in addiction counseling. Diagnosis K.1 Knows the principles of the diagnostic process, including differential diagnosis, and the use of current diagnostic tools, such as the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). K.2 Knows the impact of co-occurring addictive disorders on medical and psychological disorders. K.3 Understands the established diagnostic and clinical criteria for addictive disorders and describes treatment modalities and placement criteria within the continuum of care. K.4 Understands the relevance and potential cultural biases of commonly used diagnostic tools as related to clients with addictive disorders in multicultural populations. Course Description The course will provide a basic understanding of addiction and behavioral health, screening and assessment tools, and evidence-based treatment for addiction. The course will provide counselors-in-training with an introduction and overview of addictive disorders, stages of change, harm reduction, screening and brief intervention, motivational interviewing, assessment strategies, and intervention strategies including evidence-based practices. The behavioral health model and dual-diagnosis will also be covered. This course meets curricular requirements for CACREP standards. Course Objectives Upon completion of the course the student will demonstrate knowledge of: 1. Principles of addiction education, intervention, and consultation (C.1). 2. Models of treatment, recovery, relapse prevention, and continuing care for addictive disorders and related problems (C.2). 3. The importance of family, social networks, and community systems in the treatment and recovery process (C.3), 4. The role of spirituality in the addiction recovery process (C.4). 5. A variety of helping strategies for reducing the negative effects of substance use, abuse, dependence, and addictive disorders (C.5). 6. Principles and philosophies of addiction-related self-help programs (C.6). 7. How living in a multicultural society affects clients with addictions (E.1). 8. Current literature that outlines theories, approaches, strategies, and techniques shown to be effective when working with specific populations of clients with addictions (E.2). 9. Models and approaches to clinical evaluation for addictive disorders and their appropriate uses (G.1). COUN 548, Spring

3 10. Assessment approaches for determining the appropriate level of care for addictive disorders and related problems (G.2). 11. Assessment of biopsychosocial and spiritual history (G.3). 12. Basic classifications, indications, and contraindications of commonly prescribed psychopharmacological medications (G.4). 13. Evidence-based treatments in addiction counseling. (I.3). 14. Principles of the diagnostic process, including differential diagnosis, and the use of current diagnostic tools (K.1). 15. The impact of co-occurring addictive disorders on medical and psychological disorders (K.2). 16. The established diagnostic and clinical criteria for addictive disorders and treatment modalities and placement criteria within the continuum of care (K.3). 17. Potential cultural biases of commonly used diagnostic tools as related to clients with addictive disorders in multicultural populations (K.4). Technology Skills Addressed in the Course Instructor Application Utilize Blackboard technology Word process, including APA formatting Use a spreadsheet and a statistical package Acquire graphics from the web, digital camera, scanner, or Microsoft media and insert them into a poster or presentation Create and deliver a power point presentation Find material on the Web and review Web sites Be able to use , including document attachments Be able to sign in and participate in listservs Be familiar with computerized testing Be able to use digital recording equipment Student Application Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for Addiction Standards The student will demonstrate knowledge, skills, and practices necessary for success as a counselor educator and supervisor via his or her participation in key assessments in this course. SLOs for this course are as follows: Student Learning Outcomes CACREP Key Assessment Knows the principles of addiction education, C.1 Exam intervention, and consultation. Knows the models of treatment, recovery, relapse C.2 Exam COUN 548, Spring

4 prevention, and continuing care for addictive disorders and related problems. Recognizes the importance of family, social networks, and community systems in the treatment and recovery process Understands the role of spirituality in the addiction recovery process. Knows a variety of helping strategies for reducing the negative effects of substance use, abuse, dependence, and addictive disorders. Understands the principles and philosophies of addiction-related self-help programs. Understands how living in a multicultural society affects clients with addictions. Understands current literature that outlines theories, approaches, strategies, and techniques shown to be effective when working with specific populations of clients with addictions. Understands various models and approaches to clinical evaluation for addictive disorders and their appropriate uses, including screening and assessment for addiction, diagnostic interviews, mental status examination, symptom inventories, and psychoeducational and personality assessments. Knows specific assessment approaches for determining the appropriate level of care for addictive disorders and related problems. Understands the assessment of biopsychosocial and spiritual history. Understands basic classifications, indications, and contraindications of commonly prescribed psychopharmacological medications so that appropriate referrals can be made for medication evaluations and so that the side effects of such medications can be identified. Knows evidence-based treatments in addiction counseling. Knows the principles of the diagnostic process, including differential diagnosis, and the use of current diagnostic tools, such as the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). Knows the impact of co-occurring addictive disorders on medical and psychological disorders. Understands the established diagnostic and clinical criteria for addictive disorders and describes treatment modalities and placement criteria within the continuum of care. Understands the relevance and potential cultural biases of commonly used diagnostic tools as related to clients with addictive disorders in multicultural populations. C.3 CADT Paper C.4 CADT Paper C.5 CADT Paper, EBT Paper C.6 Exam E.1 CADT Paper E.2 EBT Paper G.1 CADT Paper G.2 CADT Paper, Exam G.3 CADT Paper G.4 Exam I.3 EBT Paper K.1 CADT Paper, Exam K.2 Exam K.3 CADT Paper K.4 CADT Paper, Exam COUN 548, Spring

5 Methods of Instruction Instructional procedures will consist of lecture, video vignettes, case analyses, role-plays, and participant discussion regarding the issues and situations presented. Student discussion and participation is essential. Prerequisite Students must have been formally admitted into BSU s counselor-training and/or certificate programs or be currently working as a counselor/helping professional. Required Texts Lewis, T. F. (2014).Substance abuse and addiction treatment: Practical application of counseling theory. Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Miller, R. W. & Rollnick, S. (2013). Motivational Interviewing: Preparing People for Change (3 rd Ed). The Guilford Press. Additional Readings (available on Blackboard Learn) Connors,, G., DiClemente, C. C., Velasquez, M., & Donovan, D. (2012). Substance abuse treatment and stages of change (2 nd Ed). Guilford Press. (p. 6-15). Copello, A. G., Velleman, R. D. B., & Templeton, L. J. (2005). Family interventions in the treatment of alcohol and drug problems. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24, Flaherty, M. T., Kurtz, E., White, W. L., & Larson, A. (2014). An Interpretative phenomenological analysis of seclar, spiritual, and religious pathways of long-term addiction recovery. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 32(4), Flynn, P. M., & Brown, B. S. (2008). Co-occuring disorders in substance abuse tretmant: Issues and prospects. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 34, Larimer, M. E., Palmer, R. S., & Marlatt, A. (1999). Relapse prevention: An overview of Marlatt s cognitive-behavioral model. Alcohol Research and Health, 23(2), Lee, H. S., & Petersen, S. R. (2009). Demarginalizing the marginalized in substance abuse treatment: Stories of homeless, active substance users in urban harm reduction based drop-in center. Addiction Research and Theory, 17(6), Logan, D. E., & Marlatt, G. A. (2010). Harm reduction therapy: A practice-friendly review of research. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 66(2), Sacks, J. Y., McKendrick, K., & Banks, S. (2008). The impact of trauma and abuse on residential substance abuse treatment outcomes for women. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 34(1), SAMHSA (2013). TAP33: Systems-level implementation of screening, brief Intervention, and referral to treatment. (Ch. 2 only) COUN 548, Spring

6 Vasilaki, E. I., Hosier, S. G., & Cox, W. M. (2006). The efficacy of motivational interviewing as a brief intervention for excessive drinking: A meta-analytic review. Alcohol & Alcoholism, 41(3), Witkieqitz, K. & Marlatt, A.G. (2006). Overview of harm reduction treatments for alcohol problems. International Journal of Drug Policy, 17, *Additional readings may be assigned throughout the semester. Grading Scale Grade Percentages Points A A A B B B C C C Motivational Interviewing Assignments Academic Requirements Reading Quizzes 30 pts. (10pts/each) Complete quizzes related to the Motivational Interviewing textbook and additional readings. Quizzes will be available by January 20th via Blackboard Learn. Quizzes are due by mid-night on the following dates: Quiz Number 1 Miller & Rollnick Ch. 1-7 Conners et al. pgs Miller & Rollnick Ch SAMHSA TAPS 33 (Ch. 2) Vasilaki, Hosier, & Cox (2010) 3 Miller & Rollnick Ch Lee & Petersen (2009) Logan & Marlatt (2010) Due Date Thursday January 22 nd Thursday January 29 th Thursday February 5 th COUN 548, Spring

7 MI Core Skills Demonstration 40 pts. The initial portion of this assignment (interviewing) will take place in class. Record and transcribe a brief conversation (8-10 minutes) in which you demonstrate basic helpfulness (e.g., engagement, compassion) and core MI skills (e.g., open questions, affirmation, reflection, summarizing). You will need to bring a devise capable of audio-recording to class on Saturday February 7 th. The Voice Memos app on I-Phones works quite nicely, and there are likely other such apps for most phones. If you do not have a phone that includes recording capabilities, you may check out an audio-recording device free of charge at The Zone on campus ( Speaker: Think about a quality of life related issue that you would like to change. Examples include changes in diet (e.g., decrease sugar, eat less fried foods, eat more veggies, etc.), changes in physical activity, increased connectedness with loved ones, increased practice of meditation or mindfulness-based practices, improved sleep hygiene, improved organization in the home, and so forth. The change should be a genuine desire on your part (likely a behavior change for which you experience ambivalence), however, not an issue that is emotionally or physical acute. Please remember that your instructor will read the transcript and you will have an ongoing peer relationship with your helper. Helper: Remind the speaker at the beginning of the conversation that the interview will be audio-recorded and transcribed for a class assignment. Provide basic informed consent, including limitations of confidentiality. You can begin the interview with an assumption that the speaker has sought out help from you for an issue related to changing a quality of life issue. Thus, a sample beginning statement (after a basic greeting and brief informed consent) may sound something like: Tell me about the concern that brought you in today. After the interview is complete, transcribe the recording using Microsoft Word or compatible software. Exclude the speaker s name in the transcript just use the terms speaker and helper. Review the transcript and label (use the comment function in Word) your responses based on OARS (e.g., open question, affirmation, reflection, summary, etc.), as well as an alternative response if you are not happy with your initial response. Turn in the transcription in Blackboard Learn with comments by Monday February 16 th. Class Attendance and Participation 30 pts. Class attendance includes presence for the duration of the weekend course and timely arrival on Friday and Saturday, as well as from breaks. Participation includes demonstration of professional behaviors (e.g., active listening, respectful verbal engagement, refrain from nonacademic technology use), involvement in class activities and exercises, and expressions of interest and curiosity through thoughtful questioning and responding. Intervention Assignments Evidence-Based Practices Paper (EBP) 100 pts. COUN 548, Spring

8 *Due to class size, students should choose a partner for this project. You will each be responsible for turning in your own papers (collaborative discussions are allowed but papers should be written independently). You will work together for the presentation. Select an evidence-based practice from the list provided. Information about the practice can be found on the following website: as well as through the research literature. Write a 5-6 page research paper summarizing the practice including theoretical background, primary techniques/helping strategies used, effectiveness for specific populations, and the research supporting the practice (review at least 4 peer-reviewed journal articles). Due in class on Friday 13 th. Presentation on Evidence-Based Practice- 50 pts. Create a 15 minute power point presentation based on your evidenced-based practices paper (details above). The presentation should describe the evidence-based treatment selected and present evidence for the practice. The presentation should also include a description of a psychoeducational lecture derived from the evidence-based treatment that could be used with clients in treatment group. Please also create a 1-2 page handout of a lesson plan for the psychoeduational lecture and make handouts for class. Due Friday March 13 th. Culminating Assignments Exam- 100 pts. The exam will be a multiple-choice format and will cover topics such as principles of addiction education, intervention, and consultation, models of treatment, recovery, relapse prevention, and continuing care, principles and philosophies of addiction-related self-help programs, the impact of co-occurring addictive disorders on medical and psychological disorders, screening and assessment, diagnosis, including cultural issues relevant to diagnosis and assessment. It will be an in class exam on Saturday April 11. Comprehensive Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment Plan Paper (CADTP) pts. This paper is a group paper with groups of 3-4 students. Select a movie from the attached list and create a clinical assessment with diagnosis, and treatment plan for the character with a substance use disorder. This paper should include information regarding screening and assessment inventories, a bio-psycho-social assessment of the client, including spirituality and multicultural issues, a complete mental status exam, a DSM diagnosis, ASAM assessment criteria used to determine level of care, and a treatment plan addressing co-occurring disorders, with attention to the role of spirituality, family, social networks, and community systems in the treatment and recovery process, including appropriate individual, group, self-help, and family intervention strategies. Use template posted on Blackboard Learn. Due Monday April 27 via Blackboard Learn. COUN 548, Spring

9 Important Policies Attendance, Participation, and Professionalism Enrollment in COUN 548 is limited to graduate students who are preparing for professional careers; thus, attendance is required and class participation is expected as just one component of professional responsibility. Students are expected to demonstrate personal characteristics consistent with the characteristics of professional counselors, engage in ethical behavior as defined in the American Counseling Association Code of Ethics, and adhere to BSU s Academic Integrity Policy. As professionals, students also are responsible for coming to class prepared to discuss readings, making productive contributions to class discussions/activities, and attending respectfully to others. Students who do not meet expectations regarding professional responsibilities will be evaluated as such. This evaluation may be reflected in a grade reduction, competency concern report, and/or request for other remediation per Counseling Program policies. The following chart serves as a guide regarding expectations for professional behavior and potential outcomes for those who do not meet these expectations. Note that one only meets professional expectations if ALL indicators are met. However, one need only have ONE area in which s/he is below expectations to necessitate remediation Meets professional expectations 0 1 absences Rarely tardy or late from break Contributes more days than not Contributions reflect routine, careful preparation for class Attentive and respectful toward others when not contributing directly No concerns regarding personal characteristics Shows ethical integrity and adheres to ACA Code of Ethics No concerns regarding academic integrity Indicators show potential for continued success in graduate school and beyond. Below professional expectations 1-2 absences* (see below) Frequent, minor tardiness Rarely contributes to class Contributions reflect occasional preparation for class Sometimes distracted or disrespectful nonverbally when not contributing directly (e.g., texting, surfing, sidebars) Occasional or minor personal characteristic concerns If ethical violation present, concern is minor and student takes action to remedy Minor, uninformed violations of academic integrity Final grade adjustment of ½ - 1 letters, conference with instructor, and/or competency concern report filed with Counseling Program. Significantly below expectations 2+ absences Persistent, minor tardiness Recurrent, major tardiness Contributions are rare or not productive Contributions reflect lack of preparation for class Behaviors detract from safe, scholarly learning environment Serious concerns regarding personal characteristics Major ethical violation OR inability to understand ethical concerns Major, intentional violations of Academic Integrity Policy Final grade adjustment of 1-2 letters, conference with instructor, and/or competency concern filed with Counseling Program. Serious violations COUN 548, Spring

10 may require repeating course (e.g., 3+ absences), assignment of F in course (e.g., ethical or integrity concerns), or other remediation per competency concern report. Students are responsible for submitting assignments on or before the due date and managing their enrollment in the course. Major assignments will be considered late if not received by the beginning of class on the date expected. The instructor will reduce scores for late assignments. Formatting Unless otherwise indicated (e.g., CADPT assignment), assignments should be written in accordance with APA style (6 th ed.). Regardless of paper formatting, ALL sources used for ALL assignments must be cited in APA format. Disability Statement To request academic accommodations for a disability, contact the Disability Resource Center by phone, (208) , or , Students are required meet with a Disability Specialist prior to receiving accommodations and may be required to provide documentation to clarify accommodation requests. Information about a disability is confidential. More information on the accommodation process can be found at Academic Integrity Academic misconduct or dishonesty such as cheating and plagiarism is unacceptable and appropriate penalties will be imposed. This includes referencing material that has not been read by you, such as secondary reference FLEIBLE COURSE SCEHDULE Date Topic Reading Related Assignments Due 2/7 Addiction and Behavioral Health Introduction and course expectations Brief history of substance abuse treatment (traditional, harm reduction, brief interventions) Trans-theoretical Model of Change Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI) Miller & Rollnick (2013) - Chapters 1-22 Conners et al. pgs SAMHSA TAPS 33 -Ch. 2 Vasilaki, Hosier, & Cox (2010) Lee & Petersen (2009) Logan & Marlatt (2010) Quiz 1: January 22 nd Quiz 2: January 29 th Quiz 3: February 5 th COUN 548, Spring

11 2/8 Motivational Interviewing Spirit of MI MI Processes MI Techniques Application assignment 3/14 Assessment and Diagnosis Screening Tools Assessment Strategies Lewis (2014) Ch. 1-4 Scholarly resources related to evidenced based practice projects Intervention Assignments (EBP paper and presentation) ASAM DSM 5 Diagnosis Diversity Issues 3/15 Intervention and Treatment Planning Levels of Care Presentations Evidenced-based treatments (student presentations) 4/11 Intervention and Treatment Planning Environment (family, social support) Relapse Prevention Lewis Ch. 6-9 Lamimer et al. (2009) Copello et al (2005) Flaherty et al (2014) Adjunctive Pharmacotherapy Diversity Issues 4/12 Dual Diagnosis Flynn & Brown (2008) Prevalence Assessment and Treatment Sacks, McKendrick, & Banks (2008) Exam Neurophysiology of Addiction (if time allows) CADTP Due April 28 Integration of neuroscience into substance abuse treatment COUN 548, Spring

12 Evidence Based Practices General Treatment Matrix Intensive Outpatient Program for the Treatment of Stimulant Abuse Group Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction 12-Step Facilitation Cognitive Behavioral Coping Skills Therapy Relapse Prevention Dual Diagnosis Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Seeking Safety Multisystemic Therapy (Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents) Special Populations Holistic Harm Reduction Program (HIV) Behavior Therapy for Adolescents Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention in College Students Family Treatment Behavioral Couples Therapy Multidimentional Family Therapy OR Brief Strategic Family Therapy Psychopharmacology Combined Behavioral and Nicotine Replacement Therapy Naltrexone for Alcohol or Opiates COUN 548, Spring

13 Movie Ideas The Fighter Leaving Las Vegas When a Man Loves a Woman Crazy Heart Country Strong Less Than Zero Thirteen 28 Days Limitless Flight COUN 548, Spring

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