Each Organization in attendance will be provided a copy of Living in Balance
Living in Balance - Moving from a life of addiction to a life of recovery.
Evidence-based Living in Balance draws from cognitive-behavioral, experiential, and Twelve Step approaches. Sessions can be easily customized for specific client populations or treatment tracks. Sessions 1-12 comprise the core of the program and address basic issues commonly faced by clients in early recovery. Twenty-five supplemental sessions (sessions 13-37) include in-depth, focused topics that are easily customizable for different client populations. Also available are ten Living in Balance with Co-occurring Disorders sessions (sessions 38-47) that integrate a client's mental health disorder into their addiction treatment program and help to bring their life into balance.
Perfect for all types of care, inpatient, extensive outpatient, hospital, evening or weekend programs, continuing care and more.
Ideal for a variety of settings including treatment, mental health and corrections.
Extremely comprehensive and customizable. With 47 unique sessions that address a variety of topics, your clinicians can pinpoint what is right for each and every client you serve.
Sessions are easy to facilitate and can be done in 60 to 75 minutes. Session parts can be delivered in 30 minutes or less.
Clients can join the treatment process at any point in the program delivery.
It's client focused!
Clients will identify situations that trigger cravings and pinpoint the decisions that can lead to drug use.
They will develop immediate alternatives to drug use and implement a long-term plan for full recovery, including relapse prevention.
By attending this two-day training, participants will be able to:
Effectively apply the core delivery format for multiple Living in Balance sessions
Explain the program philosophy and research
Demonstrate the specific clinical skills needed for facilitating Living in Balance
Implement Living in Balance with clients, using the clinical flexibility of the program