Counseling Individuals with Addiction or Trauma

This course, taught by Sam R. Williams and Sharon Sheppard at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, will examine addictions and trauma.

This course will examine the etiology (origin) of addictions and trauma, their effects on the person and family, and its dynamics, and study individual and family counseling interventions and treatment.

Seminary: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Keywords: Addiction, trauma, compassion fatigue, resilience

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