Therapeutic Journeys, Counselling Aboriginal Clients and Their Families, Series Three, Alcohol & Drug Counselling Skills With Adults and Adolescents
Author: Sushi Productions
Publisher: Sushi Productions
This resource is a valuable tool for health practitioners who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients with alcohol or other drug (AOD) related problems. It will assist practitioners to develop their counselling skills which may improve health and wellbeing outcomes for their clients. It could also be used as an educational tool for training programs involving AOD and other health workers.
The DVD features three counselling sessions involving a drunk driver, his adolescent children and a family session. The sessions show a range of counselling skills including:
- Gender and cultural issues
- An approach that is sensitive to family needs
- General counselling skills including
- Listening skills
- Empathy (showing feelings)
- Questions to use and when to use them
- Summarising and reflecting on the feelings expressed by clients
- Motivational interviewing
- Goal setting and harm reduction for clients.
The DVD is accompanied by a set of training notes. Information is provided for trainers running workforce development programs.
These DVDs are available for purchase only. Please contact the publisher for more information.
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- Stakeholder Consultations
- Workforce Development (WFD)
- What is Workforce Development?
- Alcohol & Other Drugs National Workforce Survey 2019-2020
- Who are the Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce?
- Key Workforce Development Links
- Education and Training
- Why is WFD necessary?
- Indigenous AOD Workforce
- Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace
- Alcohol & Drugs in Society
- Screening and Withdrawal Tools
- Ice Online Training
- Events and Webinars