EBP Videos Part 2
Clinical EBP Demonstration Video Series
Part 2: CBT to Address Substance Use Triggers
The client Shawn Adams is attending an IOP program. The clinician Michael Braxton conducts an individual telehealth counseling session to discuss substance use triggers. Mr. Braxton uses a variety of Cognitive Behavioral techniques to help the client identify how their current thoughts and behaviors could lead to a return to use. Practitioner invites client to re-think how they are addressing their triggers and explores several behavioral changes Shawn could make to intervene in his thinking process. Client is at high risk for returning to use.
Characters played by: Michael Braxton, MSW, CADC III, CGAC II, David Jefferson, Northwest ATTC.
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