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Styles of communication
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Styles of communication
Steps of the brief intervention
Steps of the brief intervention
Explore pros and cons: What are some things you like about your drinking? What are some things you don’t like about your drinking? Steps of the brief intervention
For clinician: Clinician Name:___________________________ Date: _______________AUDIT Zone: ___________ Brief intervention given? Raised subject Not given Referral recommended Provided feedback Referral phone number: Enhanced motivation1-800-923-4357 Negotiated plan
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