Implementation Training

Available Training's:

EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT

  • Building Assets, Reducing Risks
    (BARR)
  • Olweus Bullying Prevention Program

PREVENTION

  • Safe Dates
  • Too Good for Drugs
  • Project Northland & Class Action
  • Model Smoking Prevention Program

INTERVENTION

  • Marijuana Brief Intervention
  • Teen Intervene
  • Exploring Trauma
  • Healing Trauma

TREATMENT

  • Living in Balance
  • The Matrix Model
  • Twelve Step Facilitation
  • Co-occurring Disorders Program
  • Severe Mental Disorders Program
    (IDDT & IMR)
  • Beyond Trauma
  • CANDIS Marijuana Treatment

JUSTICE-INVOLVED CLIENTS

  • A New Direction
  • The Matrix Model for Criminal Justice
  • Responsible Decisions DUI Program

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Product Implementation Training

The Matrix Model Basic Core Training The Matrix Model

Individuals can learn how to deliver the Matrix Model in a 2-day basic core training. Programs that have implemented the Matrix Model report significant improvement in client treatment outcomes.

Matrix Institute on Addictions is nationally and internationally recognized for its structured, evidence-based outpatient treatment approach known as the Matrix Model. Training is appropriate for health care professionals, substance abuse treatment programs, mental health organizations, law enforcement agencies, judges, and medical facilities. All Matrix trainers have extensive clinical experience delivering and supervising the Matrix Model.

Agenda

Day 1

9:00-9:15 a.m.    Introductions
9:15-10:15          Background on Treatment Modalities and System
10:15-10:30        Break Time
10:30-12:00        Principals of the Matrix Model® and Triggers & Cravings
12:00-1:00 p.m.   Lunch
1:00-2:30            Road Map to Recovery & Experiential Brain Model Exercise
2:30-2:45            Break Time
2:45-4:15            MI Philosophy & Medication Assisted Treatment
4:15-4:30            Final Questions

Day 2

9:00-9:15 a.m.      Reminders and Questions Regarding Day 2
9:15-10:15            Matrix Model® Components, Co-Leaders, and Early Recovery
10:15-10:30          Break Time
10:30-12:00          ERS Role Play, Application of Relapse Prevention Group
12:00-1:00             Lunch
1:00-2:30              RP Video and Discussion, Family Education, and Urine Tests
2:30-2:45              Break Time
2:45-4:15              Adolescents, Social Support, Individual/Conjoint & Relapse Analysis, and Scheduling
4:15-4:30              Final Comments and Goodbyes

    

For more information, please contact Matrix Training Center at training@matrixinstitute.org or call 877-422-2353.