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RCLDS – Helping young people change their use of Alcohol and Drugs (AOD)

Friday February 26, 2021, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Funded

This workshop is only available to residential care workers in Victoria.  

 

Have you ever wondered how best to have conversations with young people who use and abuse substances to effect change?

In this webinar you will become familiar with the work of Prochoska and DiClemente, Thorley and Roizen to begin to develop a framework for having conversations with young people to help move them to contemplate changing their substance use.

This session is most useful for those who work with young people who do not see any problems with their substance use or who are at the very beginning of contemplating the issues of their substance use.

 

Further Information about Your Booking:

If the session is booked out 

Add your name to the waiting list. If a place becomes available, we will contact you, inviting you to register, if you are unable to respond quickly we will move to the next person on the list

Where will I find the link to join the session?

We will email you a calendar invitation with the Zoom link a few days before the training date once registrations have closed.  Please use your work email when registering as we will only be sending the link to participants who are eligible.

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Details

Date:
Friday February 26, 2021
Time:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost:
Funded
Event Categories:
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Venue

Zoom Webinar
Australia

Instructors

Other

Audience
Residential Care
Facilitator Bio
Aaron Garth is the Executive Director of Ultimate Youth Worker, a supervision and training service based in Melbourne. He is a youth work academic, researcher and an advocate for the professionalisation of the youth sector. Aaron has worked as a youth worker in a number of settings including street drug and alcohol outreach, rehabilitation, family services, residential care, local government and youth homelessness since 2003.
Duration
3.0 Hrs
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