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Substance Use Disorder Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Video Demonstration Series
Collaborating TTC: Northwest ATTC
June 22, 2022

Substance Use Disorder Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Video Demonstration Series

 

This six-part Substance Use Disorder Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Video Demonstration Series was developed in 2022 by the Pacific Southwest ATTC (SAMHSA Grant No. TI080211), in partnership with the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs Training Department. We thank the Northwest ATTC for conceptual contributions to the development of the video demonstration series (you can access additional Telehealth Video Demonstrations at: https://attcnetwork.org/centers/northwest-attc/telehealth-video-demonstrations), and James Peck, PsyD, Grant Hovik, MA, Andrew Kurtz, MA, LMFT, Victoria Norith, Ken Booker, Lenwood Patterson, LCSW, Eric Borja, and Jaysa Jones, LCSW, for their contributions to the production of this series.

 

The EBP Video Demonstration Series intends to show how a clinical providers can utilize several different evidence-based practices (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and trauma-informed care) in a virtual counseling environment. The videos can be viewed as stand-alone resources or in sequence. Viewers are welcome to use the videos as a personal resource, or as a teaching or clinical supervision tool in clinic practice. We ask that you give proper attribution to the Pacific Southwest ATTC and UCLA ISAP when using any portion of the video demonstrations.

 

Brief video demonstrations are available for the following topics:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Relapse Analysis
  • Trauma-Informed Care – Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Motivational Interviewing – Working with Ambivalence to Change
  • Motivational Interviewing – Evoking Motivation to Change
  • Trauma-Informed Care – Initiating a Safe Conversation
  • Motivational Interviewing – OARS