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ADS2253 Addiction Studies: Processes of Change
Credit Points: 15
ADS1151 Addiction Studies: Fundamental Concepts
In this unit students critically examine the reasons why people choose to change their drug use both with and without treatment. Influential models and concepts that assist in understanding these decisions are discussed including stages and processes of change and readiness to change.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAADDAddiction Studies Major
SMCADDAddiction Studies 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIADDAddiction Studies Minor
MIAADTAddiction Studies Minor
MAADDIAddiction Studies Major
MAAAHUAddiction Studies Major
DMAAAEAddiction Studies and Youth Work Double Major
DMAAAHAddiction Studies and Youth Work Double Major
K12Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Addiction Studies)
MAAAGGHealth Promotion and Addiction Studies Major
MAAAGHOccupational Safety and Health Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010