Free unique training opportunity for the AOD sector in The Matrix Model
Wednesday, 6 June 2018
SEMPHN is bringing the Matrix Model Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drug treatment program to South Eastern Melbourne, starting in Frankston, in August.
You might have seen the recent positive media coverage about the Matrix Model Alcohol and Drug treatment. This internationally-run program has proven to be a highly effective alcohol and other drug treatment.
In our region, the Matrix Model program will be called ResetLife, and funded by SEMPHN making it free for consumers.
ResetLife will begin in Frankston (delivered by Peninsula Health), then expand to other sites in our region.
In a few weeks, we’re bringing expert trainers from the Matrix Institute in the US to train the first ResetLife facilitators, and we’re really excited to be able to offer this training/PD FREE to the wider AOD sector, with a focus on those who work in South Eastern Melbourne.
You can register for one or more of the following by clicking on these links:
- An introduction to ResetLife (Matrix Model) Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drugs treatment program
- ResetLife Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drugs treatment program: Two-Day Core Matrix Model Training (includes certificate of completion)
- ResetLife (Matrix Model) Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drugs treatment program training: Motivational Interviewing
Numbers are limited and registration is essential by COB 15 June.
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