Preparing the Workforce to Implement SBIRT through Training, Technical Assistance, and Evaluation
Brief Intervention for Adolescents Part II: BNI Using MI and CBT Strategies
A component of Using SBIRT to Talk to Adolescents about Substance Use four-part webinar series
One of the largest barriers to providing appropriate substance use services to adolescents and young adults is getting them to open up about their use and engage in conversation to reduce or eliminate it, if necessary. The Using SBIRT to Talk to Adolescents about Substance Use four-part webinar series introduces health professionals to the SBIRT model as a way to learn about their substance use, talk about what might motivate them to make a decision to reduce or abstain (if needed), and execute a plan to do so.
This third webinar in the series demonstrates how to deliver brief intervention to adolescents and young adults using the Brief Negotiated Interview (BNI) informed by motivational interviewing (MI) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to assist them in behavioral change. This webinar includes sample dialogue and evidence-based strategies that encourage the adolescent or young adult to increase their own internal motivation to change their substance use.
Along with evidence-based education, the expert presenters will provide sample scripts and role plays so participants gain strategies to use right away in many settings. This free education is ideal for anyone who wishes to gain an in-depth understanding of SBIRT and its use with adolescents and young adults. It is designed for both those who are new to SBIRT and for those who want more advanced training beyond an overview.
As a result of participating in this webinar, you will:
Learn how to deliver an effective brief intervention based on the Brief Negotiated Interview (BNI) model informed by Motivational Interviewing (MI) strategies.
Use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies to identify goals for reducing or eliminating substance use.
Ken C. Winters, PhD
Retired Senior Scientist at the Oregon Research Institute and Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota
Carolyn Swenson, MSPH, MSN, RN
Registered Nurse, Family Nurse Practitioner, & Public Health Professional
Tracy McPherson, PhD
Principal Research Scientist, NORC at the University of Chicago