These videos can be used for activities and discussion in the following workshops:
- How to raise alcohol and other drugs in conversations with young people
- How to explore further with students (screening and brief advice)
- How to support people from families under long-term strain.
There are three YouTube links below: an introduction to Asher, Asher talking, and Asher talking (with popups).
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