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Alcohol And The Family

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This one-day course is designed for anyone working with families where alcohol is an issue, to help identify and enhance protective parenting. Alcohol is probably the most common intoxicant in use in our society and in moderation, for most, it causes few problems. However, alcohol misuse, binge drinking and dependence within the family can cause serious harm to children. This course highlights effective parenting skills and aims to help workers support those affected by alcohol, as it is often quicker and more effective to bring about changes in parenting rather than changes in drinking.

Learning Objectives

  • To examine the impact of alcohol misuse on children and families
  • To highlight the effects, risks and harms associated with alcohol use
  • To highlight alcohol interventions such as screening and brief interventions
  • To explore ways of enhancing protective parenting in the family
 
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