New Monthly Online CRAFT Practitioner Training

Since the success of our January 2021 online CRAFT training, we are running CRAFT Practitioner training once a month for the rest of the year!

We decided to move our regular CRAFT training online in January because of the ongoing pandemic. We were so pleased with the feedback that we are now running sessions each month and are currently taking bookings for March and April. You can also book ahead for other months too.

The training will remain the same as face-to-face but will be over Zoom. You will still work with our colleague George Charlton who will deliver exactly the same level and quality of certificated training!

‘George is an exceptional trainer, his passion and enthusiasm for CRAFT is contagious.  Due to COVID restrictions we were unable to meet in person and George managed to convey all of this over Zoom which is no easy fete, I loved every second of the training.’

CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) is an evidence-based, non-judgemental programme for family members and carers affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use.

CRAFT helps family members to:

  • Communicate positively with their loved one
  • Reduce their feelings of stress
  • Improve feelings of self-worth
  • Encourage their loved one to enter treatment

George is one of the leading voices across the UK who promotes and trains individuals, practitioners and companies in the CRAFT, and he takes great pride in being one of only two accredited trainers and supervisors delivering UK-wide CRAFT practitioner training and supervision.

The training will take place over Zoom across three half days (you must attend all days).

Due to online delivery, the course is being offered at a reduced rate of £250 per person.

To book a place or make any enquiries, please contact Aylice Millar, Business Support Assistant at aylice@sfad.org.uk

‘Many thanks George this was a fantastic training session and you delivered it excellently. It’s always difficult over Zoom but I can’t tell you enough how good the CRAFT training was in comparison to other training I have attended.’

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