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Recognizing Relapse: How to Support Your Clients in Recovery
Relapsing or recycling is common for individuals in the process of recovery. Do you recognize when a client is at risk for taking a step back?
Ep. 1: Bringing Music Behind Bars
Country music star Mark Collie shares his experience in bringing music behind bars. The art of music has proven therapeutic effects, including reducing the uncomfortable effects of emotional and behavioral challenges.
Managing Discord: How to Address Issues in the Therapeutic Relationship
When something goes wrong in the therapeutic relationship, what do you do? Discord is common when helping people change. You can learn strategies for managing discord effectively in this webinar presented by The Change Companies® and Robert Kehoe.
Ep. 2 | Addiction Treatment for Justice-Involved Populations
Join The Change Companies’ Vice President of Marketing and Product Development Valerie Bagley, Behavior Change Consultant and Trainer Robert Kehoe and Senior National Training Director for Train for Change Scott Boyles.
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Probation Scenario: Role Clarification
This scenario demonstrates the approach to clarify the active roles of the probation officer and the client.
Probation Scenario: Evoking Change Talk
This scenario exemplifies how to successfully evoke change talk within the client.
Probation Scenario: Goal Setting
This role-play demonstrates how officers can offer support to clients as they identify goals and develop strategies to make progress toward these goals.
Impaired Driving Activity: Share Your Arrest Experience
Encourage individuals to share important information about their arrest with their peers – and to be honest when sharing their arrest record. When sharing information that may be sensitive, individuals are more likely to share in a small group.
Impaired Driving Activity: Myth Versus Fact
To clarify common myths, many of which reveal thinking patterns that support or justify a person’s alcohol or drug use.
Impaired Driving Activity: What Is A Drink
Help participants appreciate that it is the quantity of alcohol they are consuming that is intoxicating, not the beverage.
Impaired Driving Activity: Risky Business
Alcohol and other drug use can affect judgment, vision and reaction time… all three of which are critical in the operation of a motor vehicle.
Impaired Driving Activity: Poster Presentations
To demonstrate that the effects of alcohol are not limited to the short-term effects like “feeling drunk,” but that permanent damage can occur to a number of vital organs.
Impaired Driving Activity: Your Relationship with Substances
Help participants understand the different types of relationships they may have with alcohol and/or other drugs and how patterns of use can change over time.
Impaired Driving Activity: Cost of Impaired Driving
Help participants recognize the high cost, both financially and personally, of a DUI and multiple DUI.
Impaired Driving Activity: Balloon Juggle
Help participants identify people who are very important in their lives and consider how participants’ alcohol or other drug use can harm, destroy or take these important people away from them.
Impaired Driving Activity: Power of Self-Talk
This exercise is a fun and creative way for individuals to use real-world examples to practice the cognitive-behavioral model.