Teen Intervene Collection, 3rd Edition
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for Substance Use
Facilitator's Guide, CC USB, DVD/CD-ROM
Author: Ken C. Winters, Ph.D.
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Download and review the Long-term Outcome Study (pdf).
The third edition of Teen Intervene provides an easily administered, low-cost SBIRT program that helps teens self-identify a substance use disorder, provides a brief plan for intervention, and guides the referral to treatment.
As a comprehensive, evidence-based program, Teen Intervene, can be administered in a variety of settings, making it an effective tool for school counselors and health professionals, social workers, psychologists, youth treatment service providers and juvenile justice professionals.
Incorporating the stages of change model, motivational interviewing, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, the third edition of Teen Intervene has been expanded to:
Offer a full screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) model
Comply with DSM-5
Focus specifically on alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco use
The program features a robust facilitator's guide that outlines each session includes background information on the motivational models and the SBIRT process, and lists insurance codes for billing. In addition, detailed scripts for sessions are provided in the guided interviews and discussions. Teen and parent resources include the most current information available on a variety of drugs and their side effects, specifically alcohol, tobacco and marijuana.
As a bonus, Teen Intervene includes Youth and Drugs of Abuse, which features firsthand video accounts of youth discussing consequences of their drug use.
The following is included in the Teen Intervene manual and CD-Rom:
Exercise packets for each session (digital files)
Youth and Drugs of Abuse DVD & CD-ROM (drug fact sheets
Parent consent form
Post test for CE credits
Item: 2330 ISBN-13: 9781616496838 Publisher: Hazelden Published Year: 2016
Teen Intervene is an evidence-based, comprehensive program that can be an effective tool for anyone skilled at working with youth in many settings, including: school counselors/health professionals, social workers, psychologists, youth treatment service providers, and juvenile justice professionals.