Adult- SASSI-4 and Adolescent SASSI-A2 screen for the likelihood of having a substance abuse disorder. The SASSI-4 screening questionnaire is a constructive validity instrument and has an overall accuracy rate of 92% and the SASSI-A2 has an overall accuracy rate of 94%.
In the Clinical Interpretation training you will learn the clinical use of the SASSI 4 scales, screening and assessment information, developing the clinical interview, treatment planning issues, and how to give feedback to the client. Using numerous profile examples and small group discussion, participants will learn how to differentiate between consistent and inconsistent data given by a client.
Goals of Training:
- Understand the keys to a good assessment
- Gain a greater understanding of the individual subscales
- Understanding profile configurations and treatment planning implications
- How to provide non-threatening feedback of a client’s profile
Duration: 6 hours over two days, face-to-face including light snacks and refreshments
Delivered in blended settings depending on demand. Face to face and online where required. This will allow you to raise these surveys with clients and administer them in a cost-effective client centred way.
Co-facilitated with William Ricketts – SASSI Certified Training since 1992
- Licensed Mental Health Practitioner, State of Nebraska #1305 since 1995
- 30 years of teaching counseling and addiction related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
- Proven leadership in community and public service.
- National training consultant for the SASSI Institute, a drug and alcohol research company.
- Proficient in individual, family, and group counseling.
& Rodney Tatara-Stanton –
- 16 year Social Work Practitioner in Australia and United States
- Master of Social Work Sydney University
- Private Practice Clinician in Couples, Families, and Individuals
- Owner of Help Now Group Pty Ltd- Employee Assistance Service
- Speaker of Australian Online Therapy Conference 2020
- Lived Trauma Experience
- Australian Association of Social Work – ACT Branch President