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Adfam brings you Community Reinforcement & Family Training (CRAFT)

Adfam is working with independent trainer George Charlton to bring you three half days of evidenced based Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT).

This is a three-part course taking place on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 25th May - 9am -12.30pm
  • Wednesday 26th May - 9am – 12.30pm
  • Friday 28th May – 9am – 12.30pm

The cost of the training is : £275 per participant.

Find out more and register via our Eventbrite page

What you will learn

You will learn about the history of the CRAFT approach, its founder Dr Robert J Meyers and its routes in behavioural psychology. The training will explore how CRAFT works in practice when working with families, covering one to one and group facilitation.

A full description of the course is available on our Eventbrite page.

Who is this training for?

CRAFT Practitioner training is aimed at those working in the field of addictions or supporting families affected by alcohol and other drugs. Past training has seen participants from diverse work backgrounds such as social workers, health visitors, Young people’s services, teachers, counsellors, treatment workers, those in recovery from addiction, volunteers and also family members.

How to take part

Register via Eventbrite.

The training will be delivered via Zoom; participants must need access to Zoom to join. Participants must also complete all three days in order to finish the course.

Participants will receive the joining instructions during the week before the start date. If you have any questions or queries please do get in touch with Adfam at: admin@adfam.org.uk

Adfam offers a programme of high quality training on a range of approaches, skills and techniques for supporting families affected by substance misuse. We promote a variety of approaches, including CRAFT, and provide associated training, believing that all these approaches have merit and that practitioners, and families can build their own portfolios of support, to suit their own needs. To find out about our other training offers, please see our training brochure.


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