Counselling Interventions in Addictions and Co-Existing Problems (CEP)
Students will develop practice in therapeutic interventions and strategies for working with addiction and Co-Existing Problems (CEP) service users, and be able to critically evaluate and reflect on their own counselling practice in these contexts.
- Learning Outcomes
- 1. Demonstrate critical knowledge of individual and waahnau-centred therapeutic interventions and strategies when working with people with co-existing addictions and mental health problems.
2. Demonstrate the ability to conduct best practice therapeutic interventions approaches in mental health and addictions contexts.
3. Demonstrate therapeutic group facilitation and process skills in an addictions and co-existing problems (CEP) context.
4. Critically evaluate and reflect on own counselling practice and align with professional competencies and national practice standards & guidelines.
- - National treatment practice guidelines & frameworks
- Professional standards and competencies for working in addictions
- Working with special populations (disability, offenders)
- Case management in addictions practice
- Whaanau-focussed CEP interventions
- Working with co-existing problems
- Motivational interviewing for addictions
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for addictions
- Therapeutic group processes and skills
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
-Inquiry based activities
- Assessment Criteria
- The portfolio is comprised of multiple components.
Students need to provide evidence against all learning outcomes, and gain an overall mark of 50% to pass this module.
Student also needs to have attended at least 80% of all classes.