LECTURE SERIES FOR TREATMENT PROVIDERS

Motivational Intervention 

The intervention procedure to be presented in this workshop will be based upon experience from more than 3,500 cases. This well-defined process is molded around a positive, inspirational and loving technique. Motivational Intervention yields a very high success rate. Ninety percent of those intervened upon enter a treatment center the day of the intervention. With this dynamic process of intervening–family, friends and loved ones present positive experiences to the patient and honor them for that day. There is normally no leverage or consequences given to the patient.

  • FIVE STAGES TO THE STORTI MODEL
  • SHORT TERM GOALS / LONG TERM GOALS
  • TRANSPORT PROTOCOL
  • INQUIRER’S BASIC SIX STEPS
  • ASSESSMENT PROCESS
  • FOLLOW-UP
  • EIGHT DEMANDS BY THE PUBLIC
  • INTERVENTION TECHNIQUE
  • RISK FACTORS

Upon completion, the attendee will have an understanding of a systematic approach to Motivational Intervention.

Professionalism in The Workplace

This staff presentation originated over 35 years ago of visiting and viewing treatment centers through the eyes of the prospective client.

In addition, it was developed at the request of CEOs from treatment centers throughout the United States.

Today what was needed then is still needed today, my goal is to set a benchmark as it pertains to staff image and professionalism as it is seen through the eyes of the consumer.

Some topics presented during this presentation are, Dealing with complaints, the attitude you project, Would I buy me?, Powerful words that scar, your professional knowledge, 3 Major supports that guide you, are you likeable? and much more.

  • ATTITUDE
  • PROFESSIONALISM
  • PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE
  • ETHICS
  • DRESS
  • STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS

It is my hope that the audience will understand the importance of this presentation and will encourage their colleagues to observe and practice the recommendations.

Disease of Appetite

This presentation explains and expands on the theory that an addict may not have a chance when society asks, “Why can’t one stop, be sociable, control or maintain one’s use?” This presentation includes the following:

  • SIX PIECES TO THE PUZZLE OF ADDICTION

    Prior to your first jolt of any drug

  • ADDICTIVE CHARACTER TRAITS

    Seen in most addictive clients

This presentation will enlighten the attendee in gaining self-awareness and enthusiasm regarding their treatment and future. This talk has a motivational and inspirational theme. It is hoped, through the disease of addiction, that the attendee will see himself or herself as having a rebirth and the capability of a lifetime of success.