Brief Interventions with Co-Occurring Addiction and Mental Disorders (20 Hours)

  • Differentiate brief interventions from traditional interventions
  • Identify reasons for using brief interventions
  • Identify barriers to increasing the use of brief treatments
  • Evaluate recent inventions and therapies for their appropriateness with a given client or population
  • Identify methods for evaluating the effectiveness of treatment methodologies used
  • Identify the stages-of-change from the Prochaska and Diclemente model
  • Define the acronym FRAMES
  • Identify the five basic steps brief interventions use to incorporate FRAMES
  • Identify the effective use of workbooks in brief therapy
  • Identify ways brief interventions can be beneficial in substance abuse treatment settings
  • Understand research findings regarding the effectiveness and appropriate use of brief interventions
  • Identify the stages necessary for programs using brief therapy approaches
  • Identify appropriate populations with which to use brief interventions
  • Differentiate between Brief Cognitive-behavioral therapy, brief strategic interactional therapy, brief humanistic therapy, Brief psychodynamic therapy, Brief family therapy and time-limited group therapy
  • Identify the principles of each of the aforementioned Brief therapeutic strategies
  • Effectively match patients to the most effective Brief therapeutic strategy
$60.00 for 90 days

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