*Counselors requiring New York State approval must contact ACA upon completion to obtain customized CE certificate.
This session will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills needed to implement SBIRT in their counseling practice setting. After learning about the public health approach to high-risk substance use and developing basic motivational interviewing skills, attendees will learn how to screen an individual for high-risk substance use, provide a brief intervention by highlighting the current risks and opportunities for change, and refer individuals who may have a substance use disorder for treatment.
Describe the public health model as it applies to high-risk substance use.
Identify and use screening tools to determine the level of risk associated with alcohol and/or other drug use.
Develop and practice basic motivational interviewing skills that support the implementation of SBIRT.
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5/3/19 11:54 am
This is not closed captioned and there is no transcript provided.
5/4/19 2:11 pm
As was said by the previous poster, please give us the real pdf, not just a pictures. When you do 40 contact hours a week, it's nice to have some down time with an article and a cup of coffee. Though we post this every time.
5/5/19 9:43 am
useful information, however, the lack of resource handouts is disappointing, especially the assessments involved in the process.
5/7/19 11:59 am
Very informative! Go YSU!! :)
5/21/19 2:03 pm
I used SBIRT in my first professional counseling job and appreciate that this useful intervention is described here, as it is applicable to so many community settings -- primary care, health clinics, schools -- and can be conducted by paraprofessionals in a short period of time (and billed for). There's a typo in your title slide, "SBRIT".
5/27/19 9:53 pm
The (Spirit) was very informative. I liked the way that the presenters connected Motivational Interviewing with the substance misuse.
4/1/20 1:27 am
5/1/20 12:48 pm
6/11/20 2:39 pm
The information was useful. Thank you for the handouts!