Mindfulness meditation in the treatment of substance use disorders and preventing future relapse: Neurocognitive mechanisms and clinical implications
Total CE Credit Hours: 1
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About the Course:
This peer reviewed article discusses the emerging evidence that suggests that mindfulness training can target neurocognitive mechanisms to produce significant therapeutic effects on SUDs
and prevent relapse. The purpose of this article is to review the cognitive, affective,
and neural mechanisms underlying the effects of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs)
on SUDs. The etiology of addiction and neurocognitive processes related to the
development and maintenance of SUDs are discussed. Evidence supporting use of MBIs
for intervening in SUDs and preventing relapse is explored. Finally, the authors provide clinical recommendations about how these therapeutic mechanisms might be applied to intervening in SUDs and preventing relapse.
in Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation journal 2018
Counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and social workers. This course is appropriate for all levels of knowledge.
Identify and describe cognitive, affective, and neural mechanisms underlying the effects of mindfulness-based interventions on substance use disorders
Describe clinical interventions about how mindfulness-based therapeutic mechanisms might be applied to intervening in substance use disorders and relapse
Provide evidence for the mechanisms and efficacy of mindfulness-based for substance abuse interventions and relapse-prevention
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