Behavioral Health Programs
Product Implementation Training
To use an evidence-based SBIRT model to conduct brief interventions for youth, young adults and adults who have a mild to moderate cannabis use disorder.
In order to obtain the greatest value from attending the Marijuana Brief Intervention Training, it is highly recommended that professionals seeking to implement this program have expertise in the following areas:
The program is recommended for youth, young adults and adults who have a mild to moderate cannabis use disorder. It can be used as a brief intervention as designed or it can be offered to individuals reluctant to commit to long-term treatment or who are on a waiting list to receive treatment services.
This hands-on training experience will prepare you to use an evidence-based brief intervention program for teenagers, young adults and adults who have a mild to moderate cannabis use disorder. In this training you will learn to conduct screening for cannabis use disorder and facilitate brief intervention sessions across one to six weeks. You will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop-style learning experience where you can practice your skills and demonstrate understanding of Marijuana Brief Intervention evidence-based best practices, principles and program components.
The workshop can be delivered in one of these two modalities according to your organization’s needs. Both versions include a walk-through of the program and focus on how to implement it.
After completion of this training participants will be able to:
The following work is required to be completed before attending the training session:
Read Marijuana Brief Intervention Guide Introduction (pages 1-24) which provides answers to the following questions:
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