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Monday, December 11, 2017

Liam Harbry

Liam Harbry
Liam Harbry is a consultant and advocate for the Drug Court Model, including all types of Accountability Courts/Problem Solving Courts, such as Mental Health Courts and Family Dependency Treatment Courts. He has his Master’s of Public Health Policy from Emory University and is a content expert in addiction, offender-based treatment, criminality, mental illness, homelessness, and the U.S. Healthcare Delivery System. He served as a practitioner in the drug court model for nearly ten years, both as a Case Manager and Program Director for a large urban drug court that was nationally regarded for innovative programming, evidence-best practices and outcomes. Today, he is a consultant to accountability courts that are just getting started or are in need of improvements. Additionally, Liam provides consulting and coaching to family members of accountability court participants, as well as potential and active participants.

Liam has consulted with more than 30 programs on model fidelity and evidence-based practices. He has a unique point of view given his background in addiction research, practical experience working in the model, and extensive work with new and established programs.

Consulting Services for Family Members and Potential Participants:

  • Considering the Options: Pros and Cons of the Model
  • Understanding the Nuances of Accountability Courts
  • Best Practices and Evidence-Based Practices within the Model
  • Sanctions and Incentives: Doing it Right and Doing it Wrong
  • The Difference Between Support and Enabling
  • Advocating for Policies that Support Participant Progress

Consulting Services for Active Participants:

  • Understanding the Services You’re Receiving
  • What the Research Says
  • Navigating Your Program with the Goal of Success
  • Dealing with Setbacks
  • Advocating for the Support you Deserve

Consulting Services for Programs:

  • Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR): Developing an Assessment-Driven Program
  • Evidence-Based Practices: Preparing for Long-Term Results
  • Criminal and Addictive Thinking: Understanding your Target Population
  • Advanced Practice in Team Communication that Supports Participant Progress
  • Effective Drug Testing in the Accountability Court Model
  • Case Management Practices that Get Results

** Liam does not provide legal council/advice, clinical counseling or psychotherapy**

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