Co-Occurring Disorders: Brief Interventions based on TIP 34 (More Info)
Description: All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Brief Interventions for Co-Occurring Disorders meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: differentiate brief interventions from traditional interventions; identify reasons for using brief interventions; identify barriers to increasing the use of brief treatments; evaluate recent inventions and therapies for their appropriateness with a given client or population; identify methods for evaluating the effectiveness of treatment methodologies used; identify the stages-of-change from the Prochaska and DiClemente model; define the acronym FRAMES; identify the five basic steps brief interventions use to incorporate FRAMES; identify the effective use of workbooks in brief therapy; identify ways brief interventions can be beneficial in substance abuse treatment settings; understand research findings regarding the effectiveness and appropriate use of brief interventions; identify the stages necessary for programs using brief therapy approaches; identify appropriate populations with which to use brief interventions; differentiate between Brief Cognitive-behavioral therapy, three strategic interaction on therapy, grief humanist annexes dental therapy, Brief psychodynamic therapy, Brief family therapy and time-limited group therapy; identify the principles of each of the aforementioned Brief therapeutic strategies; effectively match patients to the most effective Brief therapeutic strategy.
Submitted by: dr.snipes
Added: Wed May 13 2009