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Brief Intervention in Supporting Change

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Plymouth, Plymouth, PL2 1EZ, Devon, United Kingdom

Brief Intervention in Supporting Change -

All front line workers in health, social care and community settings should be familiar and confident to deliver opportunistic brief interventions to those they work with and support.

A brief intervention is a short, evidence-based, structured conversation about a health or behavioural issue. This is used by a practitioner that seeks to motivate and support an individual to think about /or plan behavioural change.

Brief Interventions are widely used to support and maintain healthy lifestyle change in areas such as:

Smoking cessation (tobacco and cannabis)

Alcohol misuse

Substance / drug misuse

Obesity, Diet and Exercise                                                               

This fun and interactive course is perfect for anyone working in any health, housing or social care setting and is delivered by experienced professionals. 

Course Contents:

What are Brief Interventions and what does the evidence say

Brief interventions – ‘Who, Why, Where and When’

Essential components of effective brief interventions

Delivering brief interventions ‘a way of being’

Common communication barriers and how to avoid them

Screening and referral

Role play


Non accredited

Course length: 1 day

Price: £25.00

Date: Saturday 26th January 2018 10am – 4pm

Venue: TBC (Plymouth based)

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