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D5: When Sanctions Don’t Work: Responding to Addiction-Driven Behavior? - Shared screen with speaker view
Janice Thompson
37:33
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Jordan Martinson
01:26:08
Greetings Rachel. Research has shown that responses to behavior must be as immediate as feasible and consistently applied per written policy. This increases the likelihood of positively modifying behavior. Some programs hold special sanction sessions, but once a week is workable. NADCP published a great incentives and sanctions reference guide here: https://www.ndci.org/resource/training/incentives-and-sanctions/
Jordan Martinson
01:28:50
http://www.wellnesscourts.org/files/sanctions_and_incentives_ndci_annotated_document.pdf
Wanda Price
01:30:48
I have a bull Dog, we also continue to help one another, we have to believe in one other. Treat people like we want to be treated as we are also healing ourselves. Thank you for your wonderful feed bac k.
Wanda Price
01:32:22
Wanda Price, Prevention Coordinator Old Harbor Alaska
Jordan Martinson
01:44:31
Here is a short list of free, culturally relevant, incentives: (1) Ceremony when participants complete phases (2)Connect with traditional activities (ricing, beading, canoe building)(3)Collecting/presenting feather or other culturally relevant symbol earned for certain accomplishments(4)Participation in sweat lodge or other culturally appropriate activity
Kim McGinnis
01:50:23
Thanks!
Janice Thompson
01:51:35
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