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The overall goal of Twelve Step Facilitation (TSF) therapy is to help clients achieve abstinence from alcohol and foster commitment to participation in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). TSF for Clinicians
is an online educational program that has been proven to increase clinicians’ skills in implementing TSF therapy. Using examples of supervisor and clinician didactic sessions, this engaging program teaches clinicians how to facilitate five highly structured sessions: Twelve Step Facilitation, acceptance, surrender, getting active in self-help groups, and "people, places, and things.”"Clinicians also learn how to use effective counseling skills, present helpful client tools, and use the TSF manual with fidelity. Includes post-test worth 25 CEs.
TSF for Clinicians
was developed by Diane Sholomskas, Ph.D., Director of Research at Applied Behavioral Research, LLC, and Kathleen Carroll, Ph.D., consultant to Applied Behavioral Research, LLC, and Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, where the TSF manual was first developed as part of Project MATCH.
Click here for more information on Twelve Step Facilitation programs and Program Implementation Training.
*Hazelden is an approved continuing education provider by NAADAC (program #97069), CAADAC (program #OS-04-651-1012), and IAODAPCA (program #8737).