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Therapeutic journeys: counselling Aboriginal clients and their families (2002)

Author

Sushi Productions

Publisher

Sushi Productions

City

Perth

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

This DVD has been developed for health or drug workers counselling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients with drug or alcohol problems. It demonstrates evidence-based best practice in alcohol or other drug-related counselling for clients and their families. The DVD features three counselling session involving a drunk driver, his adolescent children and a family session. The sessions show a range of counselling skills including:

The DVD was produced by Sushi Productions and is accompanied by a set of training notes. Information is provided for trainers running workforce development programs.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

When to use this resource

This resource is a valuable tool for health practitioners (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or non Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients with alcohol or other drug-related problems. It will assist practitioners in developing their counselling skills which may improve the health and wellbeing outcomes for their clients. It could also be used as an educational tool for training programs involving drug and other health workers.

Contact details

Sushi Productions
PO Box 717
Mount Lawley WA 6929

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Last updated: 7 December 2011
 
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