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Alcohol: supporting change resistant and dependent drinkers
At a glance
Course type: Practical Who should attend? Front line support workers, Managers
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Who is this course for?
Frontline workers and managers who work in the homelessness and supported housing sector, including those who work in alcohol and non-alcohol specialist settings, who encounter people with alcohol issues in their service.
What will you learn?
By the end of this course participants will be able to:
- Identify change resistant clients
- Understand the rationale for attempting to intervene with this client group
- Understand in greater detail the physical and psychological effects of alcohol
- Be able to use the “assessing barriers to change” framework
- Understand the range of techniques available for use, including risk management, nutrition and harm reduction approaches
- Be able to use the 12 questions tool
- Understand the legal support available, including the anti-social framework
- Formulate a realistic intervention plan for a treatment resistant drinker.
Homeless Link, Minories House, 2-5 Minories, London, EC3N 1BJ
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