Use of the Steps to Cope intervention as a practitioner requires completion of the Steps to Cope training. To arrange a training session for you or your team contact Steps to Cope on 0800 25 45 123.
Alternatively if you have identified a young person who is affected by hidden harm, you can set up an account for them to access the online self-help version of Steps to Cope. If you have any questions in relation to this, simply contact the team.
When you complete the training you will have access to our materials that include The Steps to Cope Workbook, Our Essential Materials and our Additional Materials. Read on below to find out more.
Steps to Cope Workbook:
The Steps to Cope workbook has been developed with support from people who have experienced living with hidden harm. It covers the 5 Steps of the intervention which help them 1. Tell their Story 2. Get Information 3. Find out ways of Coping 4. Who or what is Supportive and 5. What other support is available.
Steps to Cope Essential Materials:
The Steps to Cope Essential Materials include all the documentation a Steps to Cope practitioner will be required to complete with a young person. These include The Paperwork Pathway that covers the order of the processes in Steps to Cope, Skills Template to support the worker using the intervention as well as the Demographic Questionnaire and Resilience Questionnaires which serves to measure the impact the intervention has.
The Additional Materials for Steps to Cope:
The Additional Materials help use the Steps to Cope intervention to help young people cope with living with other issues in the family that can occur alongside alcohol misuse. The additional materials look at:
– Mental Health Problems
– Drug Misuse
– A Young Person’s Own Substance Misuse
– Previous Hidden Harm