This course introduces a social learning approach to substance misuse problems and the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy.
People who use drugs often find making decisions to change aspects of their drug-taking behaviour very difficult, even when it is clearly causing harm.
 
A key task for workers is to support clients through ambivalence, and help them to make decisions that are right for them in their current situation. Motivational interviewing is a counselling approach designed for such situations.

The Stuff On Tobacco

The Stuff On Tobacco This 16-page booklet, aimed at young people, covers tobaccoo and includes sections on: what it is brief history of use effects dangers the law top 10 safety tips what the young characters think of tobacco where to find more information and get help if needed Part of the 'Stuff on..'…

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