87 min. DVD, Clinician's manual and CE test (8 CE hrs.)
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Finding the time and funds to attend conferences or to earn continuing education contact hours isn't always possible. The Hazelden Clinical Innovators Series makes it easier for you.
Brief intervention has become the leading approach for clients whose patterns of abuse are low to moderate. Almost all national and state funding initiatives include a strategy on evidence-based brief intervention. Ken Winters is a national authority on brief intervention and the Director of the Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research.
How it works
Brief Intervention is an evidence-based practice combining motivational interview, stages of change, and cognitive behavioral theory, to help clients identify, assess, and understand their own patterns of abuse.
The product provides the clinician with direct access to Winters on the theory and practice of brief interventions. In the video, Winters talks for almost one hour about brief interventions and how to implement with a broad range of client profiles in a variety of settings. In the manual, clinicians can study the model in detail.
How it helps clinicians
Unique access to leading innovators and opportunity for focused training in key therapeutic models.
Idea for agencies who might not be able to attend lectures due to budget or logistical constraints.
One of the most widely researched theories in the addiction field.
*Hazelden is an approved continuing education provider by NAADAC (program #97069), CAADAC (program #OS-04-651-1012), and IAODAPCA (program #8737).