By the end of the session participants will be able to:
- identify the key qualities needed to effectively support people who use substances
- describe the role of non-verbal communication
- recall the core conditions
- demonstrate application of key skills for supporting people who use substances including paraphrasing and active listening
- name the stages of behaviour change
- identify techniques they can apply when working with people who use substances.
Drug workers, housing workers, social workers, GPs, nurses, teachers, pharmacy staff and mental health workers.
Free within Scotland and bespoke costs for elsewhere.