How to Stop People From Being Self-Destructive
A short interview of Dr. Jeff Foote was by Burt Helm for Bloomberg. Dr. Foote discusses how hard it can be to ask a loved one to change, and how important it is to listen.
WSBS Morning Show with Smitty Pignatelli
A WSBS interview with Smitty Pignatelli from April of 2018 in which Dr. Jeff Foote discusses CMC:FFC’s mission of providing parents with skills to help them navigate a child’s substance use. Dr. Foote speaks about the positive impact that parents can have on their child’s well-being and how parents can be their child’s best advocates in the treatment world.
Society of Addiction Psychology Teleconference
A presentation by Dr. Jeff Foote for the Society of Addiction Psychology (APA Division 50). In this talk, Dr. Foote lays out an overview of the Invitation to Change Approach, geared towards professionals, as well as its implementation in the development of a peer-to-peer parent coaching network. Media Source
Coping with teen substance abuse: A training session for parents
An interview from February 2019 on Dr. Jeff Foote’s community workshops in collaboration with Railroad Street Youth Project. The article discusses the pressing need for more information on how parents can best support their children, as well as what local groups are doing to address this need.
Jeff Foote and Carrie Wilkens talk about the Foundation for Change
Dr. Josh King interviews Drs. Jeff Foote and Carrie Wilkens on the Beyond Addiction podcast. They discuss the importance of family involvement in creating a positive outcome for someone using substances, as well as the lack of resources and effective treatments available for substance users and their families. They also share information on the Invitation to Change Approach, parent training workshops, and plans to bring these trainings to more audiences in the future. (Begins at 17:00) Media Source
Beyond addiction: Coalition offers training program for parents of teens at risk
A PBS NOVA segment on opioid use in the US, with consultation from Dr. Carrie Wilkens. (at 31:30 and 38:30)