This Home Study course provides you with a guided set of learning activities that provide high quality content, linked to research and other related academic work, along with access to Gorski-CENAPS Faculty. It affords you the opportunity of completing the course at your own pace. The cost of this course is $78.00 Participants will earn 6 Continuing Education credit hours upon successful completion.
- Register for the course. Upon payment, you are automatically enrolled in the course.
- Gorski-CENAPS will mail you a copy of the course text.
- Read course text thoroughly.
- Complete the Continuing Education Test by answering the questions included at the end of the course.
- Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of completion (emailed and available through your account) with your Continuing Education credits/clock hours.
If you are a new user your information will be collected at checkout for your account. You will receive a welcome email with the easy steps to get going on your course. Returning users can log in to their account and select the course.
Define five specific cross-cultural counseling techniques.
Identify prejudices and bias that contribute to client relapse and treatment failures.
Explain culturally specific relapse warning signs.
Initiate a group discussion/session that focuses on cultural issues and their impact on the recovery process.
This home study course explains CENAPS Model of Recovery and Relapse to the specific cultural needs of African Americans. There are a number of obstacles faced by African Americans that are not experienced by members of the majority culture who seek recovery.
Relapse is a serious problem for all recovering people, but it is especially severe for African Americans seeking recovery from addiction. Roland Williams, who is heavily involved in promoting recovery in the African-American community, has joined forces with Terence T. Gorski to initiate an in-depth look at relapse among recovering African Americans and what can be done to prevent it.
All recovering people have relapse warning signs. For many African Americans, however, these warning signs are woven into a broad fabric of cultural issues that create additional obstacles to staying alcohol and drug free.
Bibliography: This course was developed by Terence T. Gorski and based on the publication Relapse Prevention Counseling for African Americans written by Roland Williams and Terence. T. Gorski.
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- 6 CE Credit Hours
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