Talking with College Students about Alcohol: Motivational Strategies for Reducing Abuse
Grounded in current best practices, this book offers flexible, readily applicable guidelines for assessing and working with college drinkers. Provided is a wealth of practical advice on interacting with students in a range of contexts, from brief conversations in medical settings to motivational counseling sessions and group interventions. Also described are effective ways to weave alcohol prevention and intervention services into the fabric of campus life. Over a dozen appendices feature reproducible assessment instruments and other indispensable tools, in a large-size format for ease of photocopying and use. For optimal utility, supplemental materials for use in workshops, seminars, and other educational and training events are available online as PowerPoint slides (www.guilford.com/walters2).
Specifications of Talking with College Students about Alcohol: Motivational Strategies for Reducing Abuse
|Author||Scott T. Walters PhD, John S. Baer PhD|
|Publisher||The Guilford Press|
|Number Of Pages||212|
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