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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Program implementation training

Twelve Step Facilitation Implementation Training

This two-day training program will help your staff maintain program fidelity and optimize your clients' experience and your outcomes with this research-based program. Training is scheduled regionally on an as-needed basis, or can be scheduled and customized to fit the needs of your major program installation.

Registration includes the Twelve Step Facilitation (TSF) Program curriculum.

Who should attend:

  • Substance abuse counselors
  • Correctional professionals
  • Case managers
  • Psychologists
  • Administrators
  • Family therapists
  • Faith-based program counselors
  • Professionals who work in abstinence-based programs, hospital-based programs, and freestanding programs
  • Therapists in private practice

After participating in this training program, participants will be able to:

  • Explore the empirical basis for TSF as an evidence-based treatment and its "active ingredients."
  • Understand the goals, structure, and process of Twelve Step Facilitation.
  • Demonstrate clinical aspects of the program as well as flexibility to different settings and populations such as adolescent, inpatient, and the dually diagnosed.
  • Understand the effective application of program components

Day One

8:30   Welcome / Introduction: Goals of Training/Identification of Special Issues
9:30   Manual-Guided Treatment
10:00 Introduction to Twelve Step Facilitation
11:15 TSF: Process
1:30   FAQs about TSF
3:15   Role-Play: Discussing Higher Power and Powerlessness
4:00   TSF: Structure
5:00   End of Day 1

Day Two

9:00   Questions/Reactions to Day 1
9:30   The use of "Induction" in TSF
10:45 TSF: Content
12:00 Guidelines for group implementation of TSF
2:00   Applications of TSF
4:45   Closure

For more information, email training@hazeldenbettyford.org or phone 800-328-9000.