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Teenage Addiction: What Educators Need To Know

EDUC-936
3 Credits
Online
5.00/5.00
EDUC-936
3 Credits
Online
5.00/5.00
Understanding teenage addictions is the first step to intervention and support of those in your classroom who may struggle with overcoming alcoholism, stealing, pornography, and a multitude of drug dependencies. This course provides an overview on common addictions that prevent today's middle and high school students from academic and personal success.

NOTE: Required book must be acquired separately.

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Dr. Allan Hedberg

Instructor
Dr. Allan G. Hedberg is a clinical psychologist and maintains a private practice in Fresno, California. He received his doctorate in 1969, from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. He is the author of ten books and contributing author to 4 books. Dr. Allan G. Hedberg is a clinical psychologist and maintains a private practice in Fresno, California. He has published over 150 papers and has presented many professional seminars on various topics, such as addictive behavior problems, marriage and family enrichment, the aging brain, depression and leadership. In addition to his private practice, he serves as a consultant to businesses, hospitals, schools, churches, and various community social agencies and organizations. He is a frequent speaker and provides training workshops and seminars to both professional and lay groups on topics such as stress management, addiction, health management, depression, family relationships, and marital enrichment. He is frequently interviewed on radio and television regarding the psychological implications of current events.