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We have numerous training courses already prepared which can be offered to others for their use. The following courses are already online and can be accessed Online Remotely or through Face to Face Training:

Other pre-prepared Training Courses now available remotely and through Face-to-Face Facilitation.

To view the courses and enrol visit: https://portal.addictionsuk.com/

For Service Users

Psychoeducation

  • Ego States
  • Jellinek’s Curve
  • Stinking Thinking
  • Stages of Addiction
  • Dry Drunk Syndrome
  • The Family Afterwards
  • Deadly and Deceptive D’s
  • Adult Children of Alcoholics
  • Personality Problems and Addiction
  • Children of Alcoholics – The Chemical Child
  • Family Disease
  • Forms of Denial
  • Relapse Dynamics
  • Women and Trauma
  • Addiction and Control
  • Not Mad, Not Bad but Sick
  • The Addictive Personality
  • Cognitive Distortions in Addiction
  • Role of Family in Addictive Disorders

Skill Building

  • Intimacy
  • Complacency
  • Responsibility
  • Dealing with Shame
  • Learned Helplessness
  • Motivation in Addiction
  • Reservations in Recovery
  • Introduction to Mindfulness
  • Goal Setting, Choices and Commitment
  • Self Esteem
  • Assertiveness
  • Procrastination
  • Conflict Management
  • Communication Skills
  • Rebuilding Relationships
  • Handling Grief in Recovery
  • Dealing with Fear and Anxiety

Series B- For Professionals

Psychoeducation

  • Family Disease
  • Dry Drunk Syndrome
  • The Addictive Personality
  • Young Adults and Health Risk Behaviours
  • Not Mad, Not Bad but Sick (The Disease Concept)
  • Jellinek’s Curve
  • Substance Abuse – Basics
  • Addiction- Treatment Works!
  • Contemporary Practices in Addiction Treatment
  • Children of Alcoholics and Addicts -The Chemical Child

Skill Building

  • Counselling Skills
  • Denial Management
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Psychological Theories of Addiction
  • Relapse Dynamics
  • Rebuilding Relationships
  • Handling Grief in Recovery
  • Management of Dual Diagnosis
  • Cognitive Interventions in Addiction