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Best practices : substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog117070
Author
Roberts, Gary
Ogborne, Alan
Leigh, Gillian
Adam, Lorraine
Canada. Health Canada
Canada. Office of Alcohol, Drugs and Dependency Issues
Call Number
WM 270 B37 1999
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Best practices : substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation
Author
Roberts, Gary
Ogborne, Alan
Leigh, Gillian
Adam, Lorraine
Canada. Health Canada
Canada. Office of Alcohol, Drugs and Dependency Issues
Place
Ottawa, ON
Publisher
Health Canada
Year Published
1999
Physical Description
92 p.
Subjects
Substance related disorders - Canada
Alcohol drinking - Canada
Notes
Includes bibliographical references
Prepared for the Office of Alcohol, Drugs and Dependency Issues, Health Canada
ISBN
0662268881
Format
Book
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
WM 270 B37 1999
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Teamwork : the role of the interpreter in therapy

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog115541
Author
Greater Vancouver Mental Health Service Society. Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Deaf-Blind Well-Being Program
Adams, Bill (narrator)
Cameron, Marjorie (narrator)
Call Number
Video No. 116
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Teamwork : the role of the interpreter in therapy
Author
Greater Vancouver Mental Health Service Society. Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Deaf-Blind Well-Being Program
Adams, Bill (narrator)
Cameron, Marjorie (narrator)
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
GVMHS Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Deaf-Blind Well-Being Program
Year Published
c1997
Physical Description
1 videocassette (24 min.)
Subjects
Deaf--Psychotherapy
Deaf--Servies for
Interpreters for the Deaf--Role
Notes
Summary: This video describes the role of the interpreter for the deaf in therapy and the relationship between the client, therapist and interpreter. It answers some common questions that clents have, such as: What should I do if I see my interpreter outside of therapy? Will the interpreter be shocked by what I say in therapy? How do I know that my interpreter will keep the things that I say confidential?, and, Why do my therapist and interpreter sometimes meet without me? The program also shows how to resolve problems that may arise
Closed captioned
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
Video No. 116
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