Contact Hours: 4

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC, NCC

Objectives:

  • Explore human roles
  • Identify characteristics of healthy relationships
  • Review concepts related to assertive communication
  • Explore behaviors needed to sustain recovery
  • Define goals and objectives for the family recovery process


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Contact Hours: 4

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC, NCC

Objectives:

  • Examine family dynamics and roles of family members
  • Explore the characteristics of the Addicted Family
  • Identify how prior learning in the addicted family might impact treatment
  • Discuss methods for family engagement in the process
  • Assist family members and significant others to understand the interaction between the family system and addictive behaviors


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Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC


LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  • Explore family dynamics and roles of family members
  • Define what a family is
  • Identify the key characteristics of addiction
  • Learn about the craving response
  • Identify the phases of family response to addiction and recovery
  • List key relapse issues for people in recovery
  • Identify goals and strategies for each recovery phase


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Contact Hours: 30

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Presenter: Stephen K. Denny webinar: Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) 

Course Objectives:

  • Explore family dynamics and roles of family members
  • Compare and contrast substance abuse treatment and family therapy
  • Explain how substance abuse treatment and family therapy can be integrated
  • Discuss the different definitions of family
  • Identify how families are distinguished from social support groups
  • Identify the four characteristics of families central to family therapy
  • Discuss five core components of the systems theory of marriage and family therapy
  • Discuss the four predominant family therapy models used in substance abuse treatment
  • Identifying the five stages of change in the Prochaska model
  • Identify the three levels of recovery in Kaufman's model
  • Identify the three phases of family change in substance abuse family therapy
  • Discuss criteria for determining the appropriateness of family therapy with substance abuse clients
  • Describe the impact of substance abuse on families
  • Describe the six characteristic patterns of interaction in a substance abusing family
  • Describe the five characteristic patterns of codependent behavior
  • Discuss for strategies for addressing substance abuse is that family
  • Explain the concepts of denial and resistance
  • Discuss the value of using integrated models for providing substance abuse treatment to families
  • Discuss the limitations of integrated models
  • Identify seven general questions we should be answered when choosing and applying a family systems model
  • Differentiate between the eight integrated models for substance abuse treatment
  • Identify special populations to consider when using family therapy
  • Identify some of the most prominent challenges to emerging family therapy and substance abuse treatment
  • Describe and I components that are necessary in order to provide a comprehensive range of program activities
  • Define what adequate treatment is characterized by within a culturally competent model of substance abuse treatment and family therapy.

Bibliographic Information: Webinar Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) presented by Stephen K. Denny with University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine

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Contact Hours: 5

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Course Objectives:

  • Explore family dynamics and roles of family members
  • Explain what is meant by "flower (em)power"
  • Identify the four core activities or petals on the flower
  • Identify what the stem of the flower symbolizes
  • Identify what the leaves of the flower symbolize and the ideals they represent
  • Identify the five axioms that the route of the flower are grounded in
  • Identify the four areas which should be assessed to determine what level of assistance or types of assistance are needed
  • Identify the three areas to probe to identify resources and supports
  • Discuss why family Center practices in the workplace are imperative for carrying out the "flower empower" goals
  • Define unexpected Life Events
  • Explain what "family" means
  • Identify the five R's used to promote health in expected and unexpected Life Events
  • Identify four core activities necessary to develop a genuine partnership with the family
  • Identify the three areas of major emphasis when providing family centered care


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