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Zoi Triandafilidis; Ashleigh Old; Tanya Hanstock (et al.)
Simon F. Haeder; Emily Maxfield; Kara Ulmen (et al.)
Julie Lounds Taylor; Florencia Pezzimenti; Meghan M. Burke (et al.)
Anja Busse; Wataru Kashino; Sanita Suhartono (et al.)
By adhering to government preventative messages to stay-at-home and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, training practitioners in person in implementing a family-based intervention (i.e., Treatnet Family) is not possible. The present study examined the feasibility and acceptability of using digital technology to remotely deliver Treatnet Family training to practitioners in community counselling services in Indonesia. Fifteen practitioners, from the association of addiction counsellors in Indonesia, participated in the Treatnet Family workshop remotely. The training was delivered by four national Treatnet Family trainers remotely via a digital platform for five days with additional take-home assignments.
Marguerite W. Spruce; Alicia A. Gingrich; Amanda Phares (et al.)
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