Missouri Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional (CCJP) – Bachelors Degree Holders (144 hours)

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PERFORMANCE DOMAIN I – DYNAMICS OF ADDICTION & CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR – 27 HOURS
Commitment to Change – Habits That Block Change (4 hours)
Commitment to Change – Overcoming Errors in Thinking (4 hours)
Commitment to Change – The Power of Consequences (4 hours)
Major Treatment Issues for Offenders Who Use Substances (6 hours)
Criminal Addicts or Addicted Criminals?: Theories of the Drug-Crime Relationship (3 hours)
The Offender and Addiction – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (6 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN II – LEGAL, ETHICAL & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY – 13 HOURS
Ethical Decision Making for Counselors (4 hours)
The Importance of Ethics in Criminal Justice (3 hours)
Personal Wellness for Substance Abuse Counselors (3 hours)
Clinical Supervision: Models, Roles and Responsibilities, Ethics and Legal Issues (3 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN III – CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM & PROCESSES – 21 HOURS
Cluckers, Clockers, Cookers: An Introduction to Drug Control Policy for Substance Abuse Counselors (3 hours)
Drug Treatment Courts: An Integrated Approach (3 hours)
Treatment Needs and Strategies for Individuals in Various Criminal Justice Settings (12 hours)
Ethical Practice with Special Populations (3 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN IV – CLINICAL EVALUATION: SCREENING & ASSESSMENT – 22 HOURS
Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment in Criminal Justice Systems (6 hours)
Screening and Assessment of Clients in the Criminal Justice System (6 hours)
Treating Early Life Trauma-Related Issues in Early Recovery From Addictive Disorders (4 hours)
Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Physical and Cognitive Disabilities (6 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN V – TREATMENT PLANNING – 12 HOURS
Treatment Planning:Utilizing the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) (3 hours)
Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice System (3 hours)
Implementing Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs (3 hours)
Drug and Alcohol Dependence: The Problem, The Solution, and Co-Occurring Disorders (3 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN VI – CASE MANAGEMENT, MONITORING & PARTICIPANT SUPERVISION – 12 HOURS
Booting Up the System- Case Management Models, Principles and Practices (3 hours)
The Offender and Addiction – Clinical Case Management (6 hours)
Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients (3 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN VII – COUNSELING – 24 HOURS
A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction (CBA-1) Module 1 (4 hours)
A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction (CBA-2) Module 2 (4 hours)
Working With Families of Chemically Dependent Criminal Justice Offenders (3 hours)
Relapse Prevention Counseling (4 hours)
Counseling for Marijuana Dependence – A Manual for Treating Adults (6 hours)
Substance Abuse Counseling for Clients with HIV/AIDS (3 hours)

PERFORMANCE DOMAIN VIII – DOCUMENTATION – 13 HOURS
Considerations for the Provision of E-Therapy (3 hours)
Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (Module 1) (3 hours)
Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (Module 2) (3 hours)
Computerized Assessment of Substance Abuse (CASA) (4 hours)

Lessons

Major Treatment Issues for Offenders Who Use Substances (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

This 6-hour course examines issues related to treating clients in the various programs found in the criminal justice system. Part 1 addresses strategies for modifying substance abuse treatment services for criminal justice clients. Some of these strategies are underlying program components, such as incentives for program participation and emphasis on personal accountability; others are more …

Criminal Addicts or Addicted Criminals?: Theories of the Drug-Crime Relationship (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

A 3-hour course designed to explore and examine the relationship between substance abuse/dependence and criminal behavior. Goals/Objectives By participating in this internet based course the trainee will learn to: 1. understand the research relationship between drugs and crime. 2. understand the research relationship between drugs and crime when gender, age, and ethnic differences are considered. …

The Offender and Addiction – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

A 6 hour course designed to provide clinical skills instruction for criminal justice and counseling professionals regarding adult clients who have a history of chronic substance abuse as well as persistent antisocial behaviors and experiences, about the concepts and process of voluntary resocialization, and involving the use of group based sociological interventions to prevent relapse …

Ethical Decision Making for Counselors (4 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 240 minutes

This 4-hour course discusses all of the elements that need to be considered in an ethical decision making process. There is a brief review of ethical theories and definitions, discussion of ethical principles with application to a case study, review of legal terms and legal concerns, and discussion questions at the end of each section …

The Importance of Ethics in Criminal Justice (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3 hour course provides an exploration of the field of criminal justice ethics, which broadly encompasses the history of justice and theories of morality and ethics from antiquity to the modern age. One of the purposes of such a survey is that students will be able to express an understanding of schools of thought …

Personal Wellness for Substance Abuse Counselors (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

Substance abuse counselors may be at higher risk for stress and burnout than other counselors because they work with chronic and difficult clients. Intuitively, it makes sense that working with clients who abuse substances is frustrating, emotionally exhausting, tiresome, often thankless, a greater risk, and not without problems of lower salary. This 3-hour course will …

Clinical Supervision: Models, Roles and Responsibilities, Ethics and Legal Issues (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course is for anyone considering a supervisory position or who has been practicing as a clinical supervisor. It provides an overview of supervision models, roles and responsibilities of supervisors including ethical and legal issues, and discussion of the developmental model of supervision as it applies to counselors and supervisors. A self-inventory, discussion questions …

Cluckers, Clockers, Cookers: An Introduction to Drug Control Policy for Substance Abuse Counselors (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course will help develop the student’s understanding of the national and international strategic drug control policies. The student will also gain insight into the complex issues of drug marketing, trafficking, and the various control methods. Knowledge in these areas will give the counselor the confidence to converse with clients who may need to …

Treatment Needs and Strategies for Individuals in Various Criminal Justice Settings (12 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 720 minutes

This 12-hour course is designed to explore specific treatment needs and strategies for individuals in particular criminal justice settings. Each of the four chapters of this course will look at one of the following specific settings: Treatment Issues Specific to Pretrial and Diversion Settings Treatment Issues Specific to Jails Treatment Issues Specific to Prisons Treatment …

Ethical Practice with Special Populations (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3- hour course is an advanced level course for professionals who have had introductory ethics and have been practicing for several years. It covers four clinical populations which typically present ethical dilemmas for helping professionals: culturally diverse clients, clients from the criminal justice system, adolescent clients and clients with co-occurring disorders. Each module in …

Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment in Criminal Justice Systems (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

A 6-hour course designed to help the learner to understand the principles, elements, procedures, and issues in screening and assessing for substance abuse and HIV/AIDS issues/needs in the criminal justice system. Goals/Objectives By participating in this internet based course the trainee will: 1. Identify the issues associated with assessment. 2. Understand the difference between screening …

Screening and Assessment of Clients in the Criminal Justice System (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

This 6-hour course addresses the issues relevant to screening and assessment and makes recommendations for the appropriate use of screening and assessment tools in specific settings within the criminal justice system. For information on how to use screening and assessment to match the offender to services and to identify an appropriate treatment plan, see the …

Treating Early Life Trauma-Related Issues in Early Recovery From Addictive Disorders (4 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 240 minutes

This 4 hour course presents the primary elements and issues associated with early recovery from addictive disorders when early life trauma is a factor in the recovery process. Issues such as neglect, control, abandonment, trust, safety, stabilization, and affected brain areas are presented. In addition, the course discusses some therapeutic interventions and future directions for …

Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Physical and Cognitive Disabilities (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

This course is based on information found in the manual Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Physical and Cognitive Disabilities (TIP 29) from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This manual is DHHS publication No. (SMA) 12-4078 and can be obtained free of …

Treatment Planning:Utilizing the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) 3 hours(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This course seeks to transform required “paperwork” into clinically useful information. The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) is one of the most widely used tools for the assessment of substance use-related problems. Addiction counselors working in community-based treatment centers administer the ASI yet often fail to use findings to identify client problems, develop individualized treatment plans, …

Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice System (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course provides detailed information on how to best use the information obtained through the screening and assessment process as identified in the CCJP.com course “Screening and Assessment of Criminal Justice Clients” in order to match the offender to appropriate treatment services. It begins in the first section by examining triage and placement issues. …

Implementing Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs, (3 hours), TAP 31(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

Based on TAP 31. This course provides guidance on how to integrate evidence-based practices (EPBs) for substance abuse treatment into clinical practice. The course explains how to assess an organizations capacity to identify priorities, implement changes, evaluate programs, and sustain effective programs over the long run.Course Goals/objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student should …

Drug and Alcohol Dependence: The Problem, The Solution, and Co-Occurring Disorders (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course is comprised of three sections that address the disease concept and how it affects the brain, treatment and recovery, and how to diagnose a co-occurring disorder. I. The Problem: The Disease of Chemical Dependency The first section of this course is an explanation of the disease concept of chemical dependency explaining what …

Booting Up the System- Case Management Models, Principles and Practices (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course presents an overview of the elements of casework or case management. Case management involves monitoring and supervising a substance abuser’s progress according to a variety of models, principles, and practices. This course also stresses intervention and assessment to prepare the learner for dealing with the substance abuser during the treatment process. Goals/Objectives …

The Offender and Addiction – Clinical Case Management (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

A 6-hour course designed to provide clinical skills instruction for criminal justice and counseling professionals regarding the concepts and services of case management applied to addictions and corrections; the issues of special behavioral health factors and making quality referrals; and the importance of multicultural sensitivity, professional ethics and client satisfaction related to offender and addiction …

Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

Course Summary: Substance use and abuse often coexist with anger and violence. This course is designed to introduce students to a manual that was developed for use by qualified substance abuse counselors who work with substance abuse and mental health clients with concurrent anger problems. The treatment model described in the manual consists of a …

A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction (CBA-1) Module 1 (4 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

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Length: 240 minutes

This course(Module) is the first of two courses based on a NIDA developed therapy manual, CBA-1, for drug addiction. The course is intended for use by drug abuse treatment practitioners, mental health professionals, and all others concerned with the treatment of drug addiction. Cognitive-Behavior coping skills treatment (CBT) is a short-term, focused approach to helping …

A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction (CBA-2) Module 2 (4 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 240 minutes

This course (Module) is the second of two courses based on a NIDA developed therapy manual for drug addiction treatment. The course is intended for use by drug abuse treatment practitioners, mental health professionals, and all others concerned with the treatment of drug addiction. Cognitive-Behavioral coping skills treatment (CBT) is a short-term, focused approach to …

Working With Families of Chemically Dependent Criminal Justice Offenders (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course is designed to educate professionals, working with chemically dependent offenders and their families, about family dynamics and family dysfunction. Students of this course will gain an understanding of the scope of the problem, an overview of family theory, and the relationship of theory to therapy. Codependent behaviors and attitudes are a primary …

Relapse Prevention Counseling (4 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 240 minutes

This course is designed to help clinicians and counselors understand and facilitate the process of recovery among addicted clients and reduce their risk of relapse. The primary focus is reviewing clinical strategies to help clients reduce relapse risk or intervene early in the relapse process, and describe clinical tools that can be incorporated into individual, …

Counseling for Marijuana Dependence – A Manual for Treating Adults (6 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 360 minutes

This 6-hour course provides guidelines for counselors, social workers, and psychologists in both public and private settings who treat adults dependent on marijuana. It utilizes the Center for Substance Abuse manual for Brief Counseling for Marijuana Dependence (BCMD) that is based on the research protocol used by counselors in the Marijuana Treatment Project. The one-on-one …

Substance Abuse Counseling for Clients with HIV/AIDS (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This 3-hour course examines the very important elements surrounding counseling individuals with substance abuse and HIV/ADS. The student will understand the issues of treating HIV/AIDS in the Criminal Justice System, identifying treatment goals, and understanding the continuum of care. This course is an update of skills and knowledge for professionals who are directly or indirectly …

Considerations for the Provision of E-Therapy (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This course is based on information found in the manual Considerations for the Provision of E-Therapy from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This manual is DHHS publication No. (SMA) 09-4450 and can be obtained free of charge from the DHHS. This course is …

Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (Module 1) (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This course is based on information found in the manual Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (TAP 21) from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This manual is DHHS publication No. (SMA) 08-4171 and can be obtained free of …

Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (Module 2) (3 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 180 minutes

This course is based on information found in the manual Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (TAP 21) from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This manual is DHHS publication No. (SMA) 08-4171 and can be obtained free of …

Computerized Assessment of Substance Abuse (CASA) (4 hours)(Missouri CCJPB)

Length: 240 minutes

Recent advancements in computer technology have created additional opportunities for innovations in standardized assessment. The introduction of automated assessments has capitalized on the efficiencies and dynamic capabilities of the computer. This course is based on a research report that presents the results of the development, field testing, and refinement of a computerized assessment of substance …