Supporting recovery: Preventing relapse (online for teams)
Explore models and techniques to support clients through their recovery process and practise key skills to address challenges and reduce the risk of relapse.
This is a 1 day course delivered online (for teams).
Based on the latest research in recovery from problematic drug and alcohol use, this course offers a clear map of the recovery processes and the key challenges those in recovery face.
Drawing on social learning theory, clinical research and practical examples, participants explore models and techniques to support clients through each phase of their recovery and practise key skills to address the risk of relapse.
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
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:
- Define recovery
- Practice key skills to support clients in the early stages of recovery
- Assess the critical risk factors for individual clients
- Build a recovery plan with clients
This course is delivered online (for teams)
Trainer: Phil Harris
"Super interesting and phenomenal depth of information – excellent delivery.“
Brad Jeans, Tenancy Support Officer, Places for People, May 2019
"Learnt so much, Phil is very engaging. So useful! Thank you!“
Sam Nash, Resettlement & Support Officer, Elizabeth Fry, May 2019
"Excellent as usual. Pretty much everything was useful.“
Matthew Johnson, GP, Fitzrovia Medical Centre (NHS), May 2019
"Useful information on recovery and strategies to help with residents. Great training, very informative. I learnt a lot and really enjoyed it!“
"Very practical and enjoyed the philosophical subjects. Very good course, it will be really useful for my work.“
"Lots of tips of how to work with clients. Useful to know goal setting stuff that can be taken away. Really enjoyable day – really interesting and useful. Yummy food!“