Course curriculum

    1. Welcome to this course

    2. What is alcohol?

    1. Module 1

    2. Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines (LRDGs)

    3. Alcohol and Cancer

    4. Alcohol and Cancer

    5. Alcohol Liver Disease

    1. Alcohol and Mental Health

    2. Introduction to Neurotransmitters

    1. Whay do people drink? Why do you drink?

    2. What type of drinker are you?

    1. Why do you want to change your relationship to alcohol?

    2. Questionnaire to find your why

    3. How to Determine if You Have an Alcohol Problem?

    1. Triggers

    2. Trigger Journal Template

About this course

  • $19.00
  • 32 lessons
  • 0.5 hours of video content

About The Author

Sophie Solmini ICADC, MATS, CRC

Sophie Solmini, Founder of Heal@Home, is a renowned International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Medication-Assisted Treatment Specialist, and Certified Recovery Coach passionate about helping those struggling with alcohol use disorder (AUD), Sophie founded Heal@Home in 2016 to respond to the limited treatment options available. Throughout her career, she has worked in both the private and public sectors, bringing her expertise and compassionate approach to treating AUD.

Benefits of taking this intro course:

  • Increased awareness of the physical and mental effects of alcohol on the body: By learning about the short-term and long-term effects of alcohol on various organs and systems in the body, students can gain a deeper understanding of the risks associated with alcohol use.

  • Improved understanding of personal motivations for drinking: Through exploring why people drink and reflecting on their motivations for drinking, students can gain insight into how their relationship with alcohol developed and what factors may contribute to it.

  • Development of strategies for managing triggers and cravings: By learning about triggers and cravings and exploring techniques for managing them, students can develop strategies to avoid or manage situations that may lead to drinking and overcome the urge to drink.

  • Learning about medication-assisted treatment: By learning about medication-assisted treatment and how it can be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment, students can gain a deeper understanding of the options available for managing alcohol use disorder.

A Future Free Of Alcohol Addiction Is In Your Hands