Motivational Interviewing as a Brief Intervention
Date: June 5th, 4pm-5pm (AEDT)
Motivational interviewing is foundational to facilitating SMART groups. Join National Program Manager Dan Raffell and Dr Monica Moore in discussing motivational interviewing as a brief intervention within a SMART Recovery group setting. Watch replay below:
Other upcoming webinars:
Aug 1st, 10am (AEDT) – Acceptance Commitment Therapy
This webinar will look at Acceptance Commitment Therapy, what we can learn from this theory and how it applies to the work we do within SMART Recovery meetings. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy gets it name from one of its core messages: Accept what is out of your personal control, and commit to action that improves and enriches your life.
Oct 23rd, 10am (AEDT) – Research evidence for SMART Recovery
Understanding and translating the research evidence for SMART Recovery into better outcomes for participants. Join Associate Professor. Peter Kelly and Dr. Alison Beck in exploring the research evidence for working with SMART Recovery, in conversation with SMART Recovery Australia’s National Program Manager, Dr. Angela Argent.
Nov 13th, 10am (AEDT) – Facilitator refresher webinar
This webinar with Senior national Program Manager Josette Freeman is for those who have completed Facilitator Training and are keen on refreshing skills and learning from other facilitators across Australia about what are the tips, tricks and challenges of running SMART Recovery groups.
Trauma Informed Practice | In conversation with Dr Cathy Kezelman AM
Host: SMART Recovery Australia National Program Manager – Dr Angela Argent
Guest: President of Blue Knot Foundation National Centre of Excellence for Complex Trauma – Dr Cathy Kezelman AM
By being ‘trauma-informed,’ you can help support healing and recovery for trauma survivors attending your SMART meeting.
Building Confidence as a Facilitator
SMART Recovery Australia National Program Managers Dan Raffell and Josette Freeman teach methods for building confidence as a SMART Recovery Facilitator. The webinar is about refreshing skills and learning from other facilitators across Australia about what are the tips, tricks and challenges of running SMART Recovery meetings.
Understanding and Translating the Research Evidence for SMART Recovery into Better Outcomes for SMART Participants
Associate Professor. Peter Kelly and Dr. Alison Beck explore the research evidence for working with SMART Recovery, in conversation with SMART Recovery Australia’s National Program Manager, Dr. Angela Argent.