CV-1402: Confrontation as a Tool for the Addiction Counselor

Professor Theresa Russell, Dr.AD, M-RAS, CSC, MCA
Dean of Instruction, Breining Institute

CV-1402: Confrontation as a Tool for the Addiction Counselor
Includes discussion on understanding how confrontation is a necessary tool for the effective addiction counselor; identifies types of confrontation; conditions to look for that tend to make confrontation helpful and not harmful; identification of – and how to overcome – the most common fears of counselors relating to confrontation; observe role play counseling session looking for confrontation opportunities

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