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SBIRT: Brief Intervention to help Motivate Change in Patients that Experience Trauma Through at-risk Behavior
Sheranda Brown, MSW
This presentation is part of a training grant through Jackson State University School of Social Work funded by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation/NORC at the University of Chicago – PN 5965.01.62
Many individuals who indulge in alcohol and drugs sustain injuries that require treatment in trauma centers. Trauma centers staff can implement brief intervention through motivational interviewing, and screening assessments such as CRAFFT, AUDIT, and GAIN-SS with patients to reduce and eliminate at-risk behavior. The objectives of this workshop are to:
Define SBIRT Identify screening assessments * Explain brief intervention * Discuss treatment options * Identify motivational interviewing strategies * Inform participants of future SBIRT workshop and training opportunities
The 2017 Trauma Informed Care Conference Planning Committee is excited to announce Dr. Vincent J. Felitti as one of the Keynote Presenters for this year’s conference
Dr. Vincent J. Fellitti is one of the world’s foremost experts on childhood trauma. Leading the charge in research into how adverse childhood experiences affect adults, he is co-principal investigator of the internationally recognized Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study. The ACE study shows that humans convert childhood traumatic emotional experiences into organic disease later in life. Revolutionary at its inception, Felitti’s groundbreaking research remains extremely relevant to today’s healthcare models