Make the Rule to Break the Rule: Setting Your Ethical Standards
Let’s play a game: I’ll present you with some short ethical scenarios and you think about what you would do in the situation. Sound fun? Good. Okay, here we go . . .
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The Value of Credentialing
Substance abuse is so widespread and costly to society that the credentialing of professionals who work in the field is critically important. Quality care requires a competent workforce that is well trained, educated, and skilled in providing appropriate services to clients.
Process addictions, also called behavioral addictions, constitute a group of disorders that are characterized by an inability to resist an urge to engage in a particular activity.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Process Addictions: An Overview
What's New in Problem Gambling?
The Food Issues Eating Us Alive
On "Slaying the Dragon"
JSAT: Affect Regulation Training for Alcohol Use Disorders
An Integrated Model for Treatment of Dual-Diagnosis Adolescents
I’ve just moved into a new house. The house that I left I’d lived in for twenty-five years. It was a great house. I have fond memories of my time living there, but I was ready for a change.
Bullies: From the Playground to the Boardroom
“Jane Middelton-Moz and Mary Lee Zawadski have taken important steps in defining the problem and finding interventions and solutions that work . . . Every teacher, every parent, and every counselor should read this important book. It should be in the library of every CEO and mid-level manager.” – Sally Jessy Raphael, talk show host
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