What can we offer?
We have worked with families and organisations that help and support families for over ten years. With this we have gained invaluable input from family members to provide training to the alcohol, drug, and wider workforce to have individuals living with someone else’s alcohol or drug use recognised and supported.
We can tailor our training sessions to what your organisation is looking for, such as:
- A short presentation or briefing
- A half-day interactive workshop
- A bespoke training session over one or more days commissioned by your organisation.
Upcoming Training Programmes
You can have a look at our training programme for the coming year via the link below…
What would a training session look like?
Family Inclusive Practice (Development Workshop)
- To increase awareness of family inclusive practice in relation to the evidence base, Recovery-Orientated System of Care (ROSC) development, and implementing and embedding the Quality Principles in service delivery.
- To provide practical strategies to work with families and overcome the barriers to family involvement.
- To improve the knowledge, skills and confidence of participants to effectively work with families, including recognising the potential benefits to clients and their families.
On completion of training, participants will be able to:
- Understand family inclusive practice.
- Recognise the impact on and support the needs of families who are living with someone else’s alcohol or drug use.
- Recognise the influence of practitioner values on family inclusive practice.
- Identify engagement strategies and opportunities to include families and support in family recovery.
Interested in Training?
Family Inclusive Practice
What is Family Inclusive Practice?
Family Inclusive Practice encourages family members and friends and staff to work together. This would mean staff would recognise that a family member or friend can have a positive influence in the treatment of an individual. Family members and friends are often the ones that have the best knowledge of the person – they are the ones that support and keep them safe. Family inclusive practice promotes family members and friends to be involved and work with practitioners together.
Including family inclusive practice in the workplace will also mean staff can understand and work together to make sure a member of staff is supported. Staff can understand the challenges a colleague may be facing if living with someone else’s alcohol or drug problem and support them and make sure their health and wellbeing is okay.
Family inclusive practice means:
- Families and professionals work together to provide the best support and treatment for the individuals they care for.
- Family members, individuals and staff learn and work together.
- Individuals are helped to get into treatment and the best possible support for them.
- Everyone’s experiences and knowledge are respected.
Looking to Provide Feedback on our Training?
Please click here to provide feedback on one of our training sessions. Any feedback you can give is valued by Scottish Families and helps us improve our services.