Once people achieve their goals, we want to ensure they do not relapse. Additionally, early relapse prevention planning can help minimize backsliding during treatment which improved retention, engagement and successful completion rates. This 8 hour live, interactive workshop will get you discussing and applying the concepts of motivational interviewing and enhancement and relapse prevention to a variety of scenarios.
Designed to help Tennessee clinicians get all of their CEUs for the year in one day for $65
Contact Hours: 8 live and 2 online
Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
- Review the principles of motivational enhancement
- Apply the principles of motivational enhancement to the treatment of depression, anxiety, anger management/domestic violence, weight loss, smoking cessation, opiate use and employee supervision
- Review the Keirsey Temperament Sorter II
- Learn how to individualize motivational techniques based on temperament
- Define relapse in terms of mental health, physical health and addictive behaviors
- Explore the stages of relapse
- Identify the components of relapse prevention to include: Regulation, integration, understanding, self-knowledge, coping skills, change strategies, increased awareness, support systems and maintenance procedures.
- Define and identify relapse warning signs and interventions for mood disorders, addictions, domestic violence and physical illnesses.
- Define and identify triggers and interventions mood disorders, addictions, domestic violence and physical illnesses.
- Explore what needs to be contained in a relapse prevention plan for mood disorders, addictions, domestic violence and physical illnesses.