Community and Family Training for Substance Use


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This course includes a detailed manual and accompanying handouts for implementing the intervention, “Community Reinforcement and Family Training – Support and Prevention” (CRAFT-SP), a group psychoeducational approach for “Concerned Significant Others” of individuals with substance use disorders.Objectives:a. Describe the CRAFT approach and how it differs from the CRAFT-SP approach.a. Identify at least two intervention models that have been proposed to reduce bullying.b. Name the five CRAFT-SP treatment goals.c. Discuss the prognosis of alcohol/drug use and the need for ongoing engagement in treatment.d. Identify at least three of the recommended CRAFT-SP group guidelines.e. Describe at least four main themes detailed in the manual.Instructional Level: IntermediateInstructor(s): Jennifer Sweeton, Psy.D, MS, MAMaterial Author(s): Steven M. Scruggs, Psy.D., Robert Meyer, Ph.D., & Rebecca Kayo, Ph.D.For additional information about this course, the instructors, or the material authors, please contact Content Assistance at Content :Community-Reinforcement-and-Family-Training-Support-and-Prevention-Manual