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Counseling Intervention Evaluation

Can you locate and review at least six sources (peer-reviewed journal articles, books, or treatment manuals) and complete the following:
-Identify the clinical procedures you will use in your program evaluation study.
-Explain the theoretical foundation of the intervention program.
-Explain the type of sessions (such as individual, group, couples, family).
-Explain the length of the sessions.
-Explain the proposed use of specific clinical interventions.
-Explain the use of specific therapeutic materials (handouts, worksheets, and so forth).
-Identify any ethical, legal, multicultural, practical, or research concerns associated with the clinical intervention.
-At the beginning of your post, be sure you provide the following information:
• Population (Adolescents)
• Clinical area of concern (substance abuse among adolescents)
• Clinical intervention proposed. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
• Quantitative: Is there a relationship between health risk sexual behavior and substance abuse among adolescents?
• Qualitative: Does health-risk sexual behaviors influence substance abuse among adolescents?

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• Population (Adolescents)

• Clinical area of concern (substance abuse among adolescents)

• Clinical intervention proposed. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Can you locate and review at least six sources (peer-reviewed journal articles, books, or treatment manuals) and complete the following:

-Identify the clinical procedures you will use in your program evaluation study.

Treatment evaluation through efficacy studies is accomplished by following a few steps.
First, the population and mental illness of interest is established. Then, the providers (psychologists, therapists, counselors, etc.) give two different kinds of treatments to different groups of clients and then see which treatment is better.

Not every treatment is always good and effective for the same group of client population.
In fact many research studies indicate that an eclectic approach to treatment.

-Explain the theoretical foundation of the intervention program.

CBT is a client-decentered approach. It aims to address the dysfunctional behavioral and ...

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This solution provides steps to evaluation of treatment efficacy on drug usage.

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