Total CE Credit Hours: 9
Course Info URL: https://www.addictioncounselorce.com/courses/102243
About the Course:
Historically there have been few options available for individuals seeking help for treatment-resistant loved ones suffering from substance abuse.
Coauthor Dr. Robert Meyers spent ten years developing a treatment program that helps Concerned Significant Others (CSOs) both improve the quality of their lives and to learn how to make treatment an attractive option for their partners who are substance abusers. Get Your Loved One Sober describes this multi-faceted program that uses supportive, non-confrontational methods to engage substance abusers into treatment. Called Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT), the program uses scientifically validated behavioral principles to reduce the loved one’s substance use and to encourage him or her to seek treatment. Equally important, CRAFT also helps loved ones reduce personal stress and introduce meaningful, new sources of satisfaction into their life.
1. CRAFT is more effective than other types of interventions. 2. This breakthrough new system is sweeping the recovery field. This is its first introduction to the general public. 3. Contains simple exercises readers can practice at their own pace, with no costly or heart-breaking interventions. 4. Proven successful for numerous addictions, not just alcoholism.
This course is based on the , Get Your Loved One Sober: Alternatives to Nagging, Pleading, and Threatening created by Robert J. Meyers, Ph.D and Brenda L. Wolfe, Ph.D
December 12, 2003
Course Material Authors
This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses who seek knowledge about (children’s behavior problems and intervention strategies). It is appropriate for (an introductory level, an intermediate level, an advanced level, introductory to intermediate levels, intermediate to advanced levels, all levels) of participants’ knowledge.
Demonstrate knowledge of an effective intervention to get loved ones into treatment
Understand how your behavior impacts your spouse or child’s drinking or substance use
Identify practical responses that can motivate someone to reduce their drinking or drug use
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