psychology addictions

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Case Study William.pdf Consider the case study of William . Following your careful consideration of this case study, discuss and evaluate the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning processes demonstrated by this case study. What do you see as the strengths and weaknesses of the counselor's work with William? What might you do differently in order to more appropriately and successfully treat this client? What would you expect William's early behavioral and emotional responses to this treatment plan to be? What do you see as William's long-term goals and how might his counselor contribute to reaching them? (350 words)

Select  one of the specific pharmacotherapies (I chose pharmacotherapy of opiate addiction).research the therapeutic approach you have selected. Discuss the therapeutic approach you examined and present additional information about its content, application, and effectiveness as a treatment option for addictions client populations. What are the strengths and weaknesses of this treatment option? For which specific client populations might it be expected to be most effective?

You must include APA citations and references for the information you have examined in your research. (350 words)

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