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Stage Matched Interventions

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Thursday, May 20, 2021

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09:00 AM America/Detroit

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Presenter

Jane Dika, MA, LPC, CAADC, CCS, NCC

Jane has over ten years of experience in the mental health field. She has worked in both residential and outpatient programs, has supervised clinicians, and has experience as a manager of outpatient programs. Jane is a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She is a Certified Clinical Supervisor and supervises clinicians providing treatment for clients with substance use disorders.

Stage Matched Interventions: The Stages of Change in Substance Use Disorder Treatment

MCBAP Approved 6 CE Hours (Specific)

6 NBCC Clock Hours

Goal:

Participants will develop knowledge of the stages of change model (transtheoretical model) and its application in working with clients in treatment for substance use disorders. They will be able to identify the different stage of change and characteristics of each stage. They will identify the role of motivation in treatment for clients with substance use disorders and the importance of meeting clients where they are.   They will be able to identify common pitfalls that inhibit client motivation in each stage of change and how this affects the treatment relationship and process. They will be able to identify clinical interventions and link these with the appropriate stage of change.

 

Objectives:

·        Identify and explore the role and influence that motivation has in the treatment for clients with substance use disorders

·        Identify the stages of change (transtheoretical model of change) and identify characteristics of each stage

·        Explore common pitfalls that inhibit client motivation at each stage of change

·        Address elements of effective motivational interventions

·        Identify interventions that can enhance motivation and link to stage of change

·        Explore approaches and strategies to assist clients in treatment for substance use disorders with building their motivation to change and working through the change process

·        Recognize which stage of change a client is in and how to meet the client where they are

 

Schedule:
8:30am – 9am: Registration

9am – 10:20am: Identify and explore the role and influence that motivation has in the treatment for clients with substance use disorders. Identify the stages of change (transtheoretical model of change) and identify characteristics of each stage

10:20am – 10:35am: Break

10:35am – 11:50am: Identify the stages of change (transtheoretical model of change) and identify characteristics of each stage [continued]. Explore common pitfalls that inhibit motivation

12pm-1pm: lunch

1pm – 2:20pm: Address elements of effective motivational interventions; Identify interventions that can enhance motivation and link to stage of change

2:20pm – 2:35pm: Break

2:35pm – 3:50am:Explore approaches and strategies to assist clients in treatment for substance use disorders with building their motivation to change and working through the change process; Recognize which stage of change a client is in and how to meet the client where they are.

3:50pm- 4pm: Questions and feedback



Foundations Training and Consulting, Inc. has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7063. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Foundations Training and Consulting, Inc. is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
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