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Similarly, teacher, designer of the program and other interested parties could be considered and their goals of participation in course or helping in its implementation could be studied. When we say partner, it means the person who interest to have successful educational efforts and yet will be affected from curriculum and expect that the concerned curriculum have distinct results for him or his organization. Such an approach, provides mutual accountability and responsibility and any one of factors alone will be responsible for the success or failure of the course. Most beneficiaries of chemical dependency counseling course are graduates, teachers, managers and supervisors of drug rehabilitation centers, people in recovery and their families and senior managers of forum.
This level measures participant feeling about training. These surveys sought the feedback of the participants about training, syllabus, assignments, equipment and training content. Determines learning skills, techniques and facts that participants have been learned in course and can be measured before and after training courses. How and the extent of changes that can be obtained in behavior of participants in training courses.
These changes can be measured by assessing the real work environment. It means that how much of goals that are directly linked to the organization have been obtained. Measurement of this level is very difficult and can be measured by reviewing evidence such as cost reduction and re-work, increase in products quality, benefit and sale. Totally, according to table 1 , effectiveness of this course was evaluated using survey method and also combination of two explained models.
The studied population was beneficiaries of chemical dependency counseling course that included graduates, professors, teachers of short-term residential centers, senior managers of forum and people in recovery and their families. The population and sample size of survey have been showed in table 2. Appropriate number of graduates was selected using the Morgan table of sampling. In the case of people in recovery and their families, 68 patients were randomly selected due to the unavailability of society. Each of questionnaires used in this research was assess from one group of beneficiaries viewpoint and ultimately effectiveness of chemical dependency counseling course was examined.
These questionnaires were as follows:. Using one sample t-test we studied effectiveness of chemical dependency counseling course from viewpoint of graduates, managers of rehabilitation centers, teachers of chemical dependency counseling course, senior managers of forum, people in recovery and their families.
Table 3 shows significant difference comparing averages in processes of selection, content, performance and total scores with 3 as the test value, but in evaluation process there was not any significant difference. Therefore, from viewpoint of graduates all levels of chemical dependency counseling course were effective except evaluation. One sample t-test to determine effectiveness of chemical dependency counseling course from viewpoint of graduates.
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Table 4 shows that there was no significant difference between test value 3 and averages in processes of assessment, goals determination, planning, evaluation and total scores, but in performance process there was a significant difference. Accordingly, from viewpoint of teachers, chemical dependency counseling course was effective only in performance level. One sample t-test to determine effectiveness of chemical dependency counseling course from viewpoint of teachers. As calculated t with degree of freedom of 11 in 0.
From viewpoint of people in recovery and their families, chemical dependency counseling course was effective Average From viewpoint of senior managers of rebirth society, chemical dependency counseling course was effective. Our findings showed that from viewpoint of graduates, all levels of chemical dependency counseling course selection, content of the course, planning and performance were effective except evaluation.
However, teachers had different attitude and considered assessment, goals determination, and planning and evaluation levels of chemical dependency counseling course as ineffective. In the next part we explain some of their suggestions for improving the quality and quantity of course.
Furthermore, from viewpoint of managers of rehabilitation center, people in recovery and their families and senior managers of rebirth society, chemical dependency counseling course was effective. It seems that chemical dependency counseling course was effective and led to change in attitudes, combination of knowledge and experience and ultimately increase the efficiency of counseling. However, according to opinions of students, teachers, senior managers of forum and researchers experiences, some suggestion have been made to increase effectiveness and quality of chemical dependency course.
It is necessary to updated resources that are taught in this course, in order to meet the skills and new needs of counseling.
Therefore, there should be a lesson group with the experts and professors specializing in this area. Bias in selection should be completely controlled and test and proper scientific interviews should be conducted. All of these require a comprehensive system of evaluation and education.
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Unit of forum should have required authority to make it possible that appropriate persons be able to participate in the course. Project or theses are very important in the curriculum because they provide context of practical engagement of counseling with one of the important issues of addiction. Waar heb ik mijn sleutels toch gelaten? Wat was once zijn naam ook al weer? Iedereen vergeet wel eens wat. Vergeten is ook eigenlijk heel logisch. Onze hersenen zouden het simpelweg niet aankunnen als we alles zouden onthouden wat we horen, zien of meemaken.
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A comprehensive overview of the crack epidemic and its impact on women is followed by an up-to-date account of acupuncture in addiction treatment. Both quantitative and qualitative methods are used to evaluate program impact. A urine toxicology index of sobriety as well as empirical measures of psychosocial functioning and client satisfaction demonstrate sufficient success and cost-effectiveness of the program to warrant serious support by health care providers and insurance companies.
Sherman describes his personal experience as a behavioral scientist doing work in a culture other than his own Greenwood Publishing Group Bolero Ozon. Empowering Recovery Through Peer Counseling.