CBT based relapse prevention

Drawing on social learning theory participants develop cognitive behaviour approaches to assist people to develop self-belief and sustain effective change. Practice key skills to support clients in the early stages of recovery, use tools to address specific vulnerabilities, and rehearse strategies to help lapsed clients get back on track.

Course aim:

The course will offer participants a chance to explore, understand and practice key skills in addressing the risk of relapse into substance misuse using models and techniques based on social learning theory.

Course objectives:

By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • Explain the social learning model of relapse
  • Practice key skills to support clients in the early stages of recovery
  • Assess the critical risk factors for individual clients
  • Assist clients to develop self-belief in sustaining change
  • Rehearse strategies to help lapsed clients get back on track

Maximum group size: 16 people

Competences: DANOS AB2.2012, AI1.2012, A12.2012

Bookable Dates

20th Mar 2018 (09:30)
RNIB, 10 Stillhouse Lane, Bristol, BS3 4EB
8/16 places left

Dates available on arrangement

The Training Exchange can also create this course for you on arrangement at your workplace.

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