2018 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Recovery Catalog - 29
The Matrix Model Family Program
Alcohol and Drug Education Program for Patients and Families
By Jeanne L. Obert, MSM, LMFT; Paul Brethen, MA, LMFT; and Michael J. McCann, MA
Research has proven that when young people have family involvement during their recovery
from addiction, their treatment outcomes are significantly improved. But it can be a real
challenge when the teen or young adult has likely caused problems at home, and family
members are confused, angry, and feeling helpless.
Ideal for a variety of settings such as treatment, juvenile justice, and mental health, The Matrix
Model Family Program includes 12 sessions-delivered one session per week. It is easy to
implement as a stand-alone program or as an enhancement to an existing program. Proven
effective, this comprehensive program helps family members take an active role in every stage
of recovery, which improves outcomes for your young clients.
3538 $449.00 Includes a therapist's manual, CD-ROM with reproducible worksheets and
handouts, and DVD with three lecture videos: Roadmap for Recovery, Triggers
and Cravings, and Families in Recovery.
Sessions focus on:
Education on the stages of recovery
Creating healthy families
The adolescent brain and addiction
Developmental issues for teens
Dealing with triggers and cravings
Implement these programs with fidelity and ease
Dealing with family conflict
Setting healthy boundaries
Addiction in the family
The Matrix Institute
Education and training are available to ensure fidelity in The Matrix Models.
The Matrix Institute has trained facilities in all 50 U.S. states and over 30
Includes up-to-date information
on today's drugs of abuse including
prescription medications, synthetics,
e-cigarettes, and more.
The Matrix Institute also provides these additional specialty trainings:
* Key Supervisor Training
* Criminal Justice Training
* Alaskan Native/American Indian Matrix Model Training
* Motivational Interviewing
Visit matrixinstitute.org for more information.
For study outcomes, visit hazelden.org/teenmatrix.