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National Drug Control Strategy, Psychoanalytical Therapy, Professional Issues, Self-referral Process, Rational-Emotive-Behavioral Theory, Alcoholics Anonymous, Hallucinogens, Chemical Dependence, Addictive Behaviors, Stage Theory of Addiction model, Prescription Drugs, Alcohol, Psychoactive Chemicals, Benzodiazepines, Recovery/Relapse Grid, Professional Issues, Control Theory/Reality Theory, Gorski and Miller, Codependency, Ethical Decision Making, Domestic Violence, Sequential Treatment, Effects of Cocaine, Self-disclosure, Non-verbal Responses, Suicide Assessment, Effects of PCP, Axis I Disorders, Peter Bell, Counseling Practice, Person-Centered Therapy, Individual Therapy principles, Competence Principle, Federal Controlled Substance Act, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Self-Referral Process, Tranquilizers, Opiate Narcotics, Cannabis, Gestalt Therapy, Methamphetamines, Behavioral Modification Theory, Recreational Use, Withdrawal Symptoms, Dr. Blume, CNS Depressants, Addictive Substances, and much more...
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