Two-day Cognitive-behavioral Therapy Training

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) works on the foundations of recognizing unhealthy behavior patterns in an effort to alter and treat mood disorders. This two-day training focuses on proven techniques for working with clients to effectively use CBT strategies to promote positive change. Trainees are given a Training Journal for use during the training and after for ongoing practice and review.

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Trauma-informed Treatment Training

Trauma-informed treatment training will help clinicians understand, recognize, and respond to neurological, biological, psychological, and social effects of trauma in those that seek mental health services. The training includes a Training Journal for use during the training and as an ongoing resource for skill practice.

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Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Therapy Training

Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is a type of behavioral intervention that introduces the client’s Concerned Significant Other (CSO) into therapy. A CSO can be a loved one that is concerned about the client’s using behavior. It is intended to provide an alternative to nagging, pleading, or threatening the client into treatment. It teaches the CSO how to use behavioral tools to encourage the client to seek treatment. This training equips trainees with the knowledge and skills necessary to facilitate this behavioral intervention.

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Community Reinforcement Approach Training

Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) is a type of behavioral intervention that utilizes tools available to the client within their families and communities. It recognizes the powerful role of the environment and its contingencies in encouraging or discouraging substance use. It helps the client identify behaviors that more rewarding than the using behavior. This training prepares trainees to work with clients using CRA to promote positive change.

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Brief Interventions

In this training, practitioners will learn skills to help motivate individuals to change their behavior by helping them recognize how their behavior puts them at risk for health-related problems as a result of their substance use.

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