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Young Children and the Opioid Use Crisis (Part Two): Trauma-Informed, Evidence-Based Parent Engagement

Opioid VE Pt.2 image webinar Zero to Three

Presented by Dr. Kaitlan Baston

[vimeo 276493072]]

Opioid VE Pt.2 image webinar Zero to Three

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Part Two of this series featured Dr. Kaitlan Baston who provided a deeper dive into trauma-informed and evidence-based engagement tools to help reach parents and families who are suffering with substance use disorders. She discusses how to recognize signs that a parent may be using; how to approach the issue with destigmatizing language (and what language to avoid); as well as motivational interviewing and easy-to-implement screening and assessment questions. In addition, Dr. Baston details how to identify and consider evidence-based treatment programs in your region with whom you can build partnerships and create a bridge to help parents and families get help.

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