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Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 7, The Circle of Women
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directed by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995; produced by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995, in Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 7 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
In this session, members of a “circle of women” based in Native American community share their personal stories. You will find that these quests speak primarily about themselves and their group, making few generalizations about Native American culture. You will also find that the impact of their ideas on the p...
directed by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995; produced by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995, in Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 7 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 9, Reinventing Manhood: Men's Issues in Addition As Treatment
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directed by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995; produced by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995, Governors State University, in Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 9 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Although traditional treatment programs may have been designed with male clients in mind, they did not usually address the powerful impact of gender-role socialization on men’s expectations of themselves. Frank Morales, the guest lecturer, addresses male gender roles in his groups for recovering men. In this ses...
directed by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995; produced by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995, Governors State University, in Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 9 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 11, Alcohol and Aging
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directed by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995, in Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 11 (University Park, IL: Governors State University), 1 hour
In this country, the elderly population fits right in with other oppressed groups we have studied. Even though we all hope to join this group, we tend to subject its members to attitudes that may reflect damaging biases and stereotypes. Addictions counselors need accurate information about this population because...
directed by Mike Griffith, fl. 1995, in Addictions Counseling: A Multi-cultural Perspective, Class 11 (University Park, IL: Governors State University), 1 hour
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