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Module 5: The Prevention Plan
In Module 5 of the ANDVSA Statewide Primary Prevention Orientation, we examine the primary prevention plan, a document which guides the work we will do to prevent domestic violence, sexual assault, and teen dating violence in our community.
The Art of Relapse Prevention in Private Practice
The Art of Relapse Prevention program is designed to be used by therapists in private setting, groups, or in treatment centers of all shapes and sizes. Stephen explains just how easy this program fits in with other models used today, and how it can enhance the healing process for addicts and former addicts.
Addiction Treatment Helps with Relapse Prevention
One of the main purposes of participating in an inpatient addiction treatment program is to address the issues that are ultimately causing an alcohol or drug addiction. The majority of individuals who suffer from an addiction do so because they are self-medicating with drugs and alcohol to mask and avoid feelings that they are going through. These feelings may be the result of a death they had to experience or a traumatic event that took place during childhood such as physical or sexual abuse. At Lakeview Health Systems, addiction treatment clients will work with therapists in individual and group settings to discuss and process what has caused their addiction. They will also participate in relapse prevention classes to learn tools and coping mechanisms that will hopefully help them avoid a relapse. To find out more about addiction treatment, visit http://www.RecoveryConnection.org. or call 1-866-510-9131 to speak with an addiction specialist.
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The Promises Stimulant & Sexual Disorders Program & Chronic Relapsers
Robert Weiss, MSW talks about how this specialized program at Promises Malibu focuses on chronic relapse among stimulant abusers who have fused stimulant drug abuse with sexual behavior which has led to a pattern of chronic relapse.
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Chasing the Dragon (C)
In an effort to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse, the FBI and DEA have released "Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict," a documentary aimed at educating students and young adults about the dangers of addiction. More at www.fbi.gov/ChasingTheDragon
Triggers and Cravings (Part 6): Dealing with Triggers and Cravings
This video introduces information about the concept of the disease of addiction, the changes to the brain of a person who abuses substances, and the physical and psychological reactions when substance abuse stops. It explains cravings, why they occur, and ways they can be handled.
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Relapse Prevention
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The Power of Addiction and The Addiction of Power: Gabor Maté at TEDxRio+20
Canadian physician Gabor Maté is a specialist in terminal illnesses, chemical dependents, and HIV positive patients. Dr. Maté is a renowned author of books and columnist known for his knowledge about attention deficit disorder, stress, chronic illness and parental relations. His theme at TEDxRio+20 was addiction -- from drugs to power. From the lack of love to the desire to escape oneself, from susceptibility of the being to interior power -- nothing escapes. And he risks a generic and generous prescription: "Find your nature and be nice to yourself." In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Addiction Relapse Prevention
http://pornstinks.com - Relapse happens a lot for individuals who are really trying hard to quit an addiction. If one has relapsed, it is recommended to reach out to someone to just talk with them and get some support. Don't carry the burden of addiction on your own, get some help when you relapse. It's helpful to understand that the rewarding experience of connecting with someone else can help if you feel like you're about to relapse. The reward of connection can bring a sense of security and peace to help calm the limbic system, which is wanting you to binge on whatever drug of choice you're using. When you reach out to someone, you don't need tell them every detail of your addiction or the level of relapse. Having the ability to reach out to someone when feeling like you're going to relapse, is a lifeline that can help you. http://utahfamilytherapist.com/relapse-prevention/- helps individuals who are struggling with porn addiction and continue to relapse.
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Does Addiction Treatment Work? -  May 2017
“Does Addiction Treatment Work?” was presented on Tuesday May 16, 2017, by Dr. Carl Christensen, MD, PhD, FACOG, FASAM, ABAM. Recent publications claim to define research-supported definitive truths about the root causes of addiction and efficacy of treatment modalities; however, conclusions are conflicting and have been subject to divergent interpretations. Dr. Christensen will review the recent criticisms of treatment for addiction including Twelve Step, residential, and medication assisted therapy, the scientific studies that do and do not support their use and other controversial issues. This presentation is part of the Dawn Farm Education Series, a free, annual education series developed to provide accurate, helpful, hopeful, practical, current information about chemical dependency, recovery, family and related issues. The Education Series is organized by Dawn Farm, a non-profit community of programs providing a continuum of chemical dependency services. For information, please see http://www.dawnfarm.org/programs/education-series. ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Carl Christensen, MD, PhD, FACOG, FASAM, ABAM Dr. Christensen is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and has a private medical practice in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dr. Christensen specializes in the treatment of addiction and of chronic pain, especially pelvic pain. He obtained his MD and PhD in Biochemistry at Wayne State University School of Medicine and did his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Hutzel Hospital. He then completed a Fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology at Duke University Medical Center. He is certified in Addiction Medicine and is a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Christensen is the current Medical Director of the James Wardell Women’s Recovery Center, an outpatient program dedicated to caring for pregnant, chemically dependent women, as well as the Medical Director at the Tolan Medical Research Clinic in the Department of Psychiatry at WSU. He is also the Medical Director for Dawn Farm, and a member of the Advisory Board of Families Against Narcotics in Wayne County Michigan. He is the past president of the Michigan Society of Addiction Medicine and the current Medical Director of the Michigan Health Professional Recovery Program, which monitors impaired nurses, pharmacists and doctors. He was Associate Residency Director of the OB Gyn Residency at the Wayne State University School of Medicine until 2012. Dr. Christensen has received numerous teaching awards. He has been named one of the “Top Docs” in Addiction Medicine in Hour Magazine since 2006.
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Betrayal Trauma and Addiction Recovery: Basics of Relapse Prevention
Free betrayal trauma recovery course and program 👉 https://courses.brannonpatrick.com The first dos and don’ts in early recovery from betrayal trauma and addiction plus Addiction Recovery Framework Guide 👉 https://goo.gl/xYjzVJ There are many resources out there for the addicted but how do you know the right tool for you to prevent relapse? It is hard, but in this episode, Ashlynn and Coby share what works for them and I share insight from over a decade of experiences treating sex addiction. Here are some of the highlights: 👉 The tools for relapse prevention are designed to rewire the brain. 👉 Coby's early days of recovery is a battle of mindfulness. Mindfulness is connection to THE NOW/ TO THIS MOMENT! 👉 Subscribe to our channel to receive weekly podcast on Betrayal Trauma & Addiction Recovery.
BIPOLAR DISORDER VLOG - Dealing with an alcoholic relapse I Bipolar Barbie
People who misuse alcohol are more likely to have bipolar disorder. Among people with bipolar disorder, the impact of drinking is staggering. About 45 percent of people with bipolar disorder also have an alcohol use disorder (AUD), according to a 2013 review. The combination of bipolar disorder and AUD can have severe consequences. People with both conditions are likely to have more severe bipolar symptoms. They may also have a higher risk of dying by suicide. Linking bipolar disorder and alcohol use disorder Researchers haven’t identified a clear link between bipolar disorder and AUD, but there are some possibilities. Some theorize that when AUD appears first, it can trigger bipolar disorder. There’s no hard scientific evidence for this idea, though. Other theories suggest that people with bipolar disorder turn to alcohol in an attempt to quiet their symptoms, especially manic symptoms. Another explanation for the connection is that people with bipolar disorder exhibit reckless behavior, and AUD is consistent with this type of behavior. If you have both conditions, it matters which condition appears first. People who receive a diagnosis of AUD may recover faster than people who first receive a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. On the other hand, people who receive a diagnosis of bipolar disorder first are more likely to have difficulty with the symptoms of AUD. Understanding bipolar disorder Bipolar disorder is marked by extreme mood swings. Drinking alcohol can often amplify these mood swings. In the United States, bipolar disorder affects about 2.8 percent of the adult population, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. A bipolar diagnosis is described as type 1 or 2, depending on the severity of symptoms. Bipolar 1 disorder You must have had at least one manic episode for your doctor to make a diagnosis of bipolar 1 disorder. This manic episode must be preceded or followed by a depressive episode. These episodes may be so severe that you need hospitalization. Bipolar 2 disorder Bipolar 2 disorder involves hypomanic episodes. You must have had at least one major depressive episode for your doctor to make a bipolar 2 disorder diagnosis. This episode must last two weeks or more. You also must have experienced one or more hypomanic episodes lasting for at least four days. Hypomanic episodes are less intense than manic episodes. Learn more about the difference. How these disorders are diagnosed Bipolar disorder and AUD are similar in some ways. Both tend to occur more frequently in people who have a family member with the condition. In people with bipolar disorder or AUD, the chemicals that regulate moods don’t work properly. Your environment as a young person can also influence whether you’re likely to develop AUD. To diagnose bipolar disorder, your doctor will look at your health profile and discuss any symptoms you may have. Your doctor may also conduct a medical exam to rule out the possibility of other underlying conditions. To identify AUD, your doctor will ask you a series of questions about your habits and your body’s reactions to drinking. They can also categorize AUD as mild, moderate, or severe. Treatment for bipolar disorder and alcohol use disorder Doctors often diagnose and treat bipolar disorder and AUD separately. Because of this, people with both conditions may not get the full treatment they need. Even when researchers study bipolar disorder or AUD, they tend to look at just one condition at a time. Your doctor might recommend one of three strategies to treat bipolar disorder and AUD: Treat one problem first, then the other. The more pressing problem is treated first, which is usually AUD. Treat both problems separately, but at the same time. Combine treatments and address the problems together. Many people consider the third approach to be the best method. There isn’t much research that describes how to combine treatment for bipolar disorder and AUD, though. For bipolar disorder, medication and a mix of individual or group therapy have shown to be effective treatments. Several options are available to treat AUD. This may include a 12-step program or cognitive behavioral therapy for relapse prevention. What’s the outlook? If you have bipolar disorder, you should avoid drinking. If you’re experiencing a hypomanic or manic episode, you may find it difficult to control your impulses to drink. Alcohol can also increase the sedative effects of any mood stabilizers that you may be taking. This could be dangerous. If you want the social experience of drinking, try an alcohol-free mojito or a virgin bloody mary cocktail. Nonalcoholic beer is also an option. If you don’t see what you want at the bar or at the supermarket, ask your bartender or a clerk at the store for assistance. If you have bipolar disorder, AUD, or both, talk to your doctor about treatment options that will work for you.
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Dynamics of Addiction and Criminal Behavior
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Treatment with Sex Offenders: Etiology, Treatment targets, and Intervention Strategies (Part 3/3)
Part 3 of 3: Intervention Strategies for Sex Offenders Sponsored by the UW-Madison School of Social Work, this program, titled, "Treatment with Sex Offenders: Etiology, treatment targets, and intervention strategies," is presented by Nick Yackovich, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Social Work. Access the powerpoint from this presentation here: http://socwork.wisc.edu/files/events/2012-sex-offenders-workshop-slides.pdf Over the past 20 years Dr. Yackovich has focused his clinical, training, and consultation efforts with adult and adolescent male criminal populations. His work includes program development and treatment provision in correctional settings, alternative sentencing programs, out-patient clinics, state and federal parole and probation. This event was filmed February 25, 2012 on the University of Wisconsin campus.
Sex Addiction CEUs
Sex Addiction is one of many behavioral addictions we are just starting to understand. This presentation provides a very brief introduction to the issues of sex and pornography addiction. Earn CEUs for this class or get a certificate as a Sex and Pornography Addiction Recovery Coach at AllCEUs: https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/search?q=sex AllCEUs provides counseling education and CEs for LPCs, LMHCs, LMFTs and LCSWs as well as addiction counselor precertification training and continuing education. Live, Interactive Webinars ($5): https://www.allceus.com/live-interactive-webinars/ Unlimited Counseling CEs for $59 https://www.allceus.com/ Specialty Certificate tracks starting at $89 https://www.allceus.com/certificate-tracks/ Live Webinars $5/hour https://www.allceus.com/live-interactive-webinars/ Pinterest: drsnipes Podcast: https://www.allceus.com/counselortoolbox/ Nurses, addiction and mental health counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists can earn CEs for this and other presentations at AllCEUs.com AllCEUs is also approved as an education provider for NAADAC, the States of Florida and Texas Boards of Social Work and Mental Health/Professional Counseling, the California Consortium for Addiction Professionals and Professions. Our courses are accepted in most states through those approvals. addiction counseling counseling continuing education ADACB addiction and mental health training addiction and recovery professionals addiction assessment training addiction certification training addiction ceu addiction continuing education addiction counseling addiction counselling addiction counsellor addiction counselor addiction counselor certification board addiction counselor training addiction specialist training Addiction studies addiction training addiction treatment continuing education addiction treatment counselor training addiction worker training addictions counselling alberta alcohol and drug counselor american counseling association continuing education army substance abuse Australia belfast cadc calgary California Board Behavioral sciences canadian addiction counselors certification federation cap ccapp ccdc ce certified addiction counselor certified counselor certified substance abuse counselor ceu ceu for addiction professionals chemical addiction counselor chemical dependency ce chemical dependency counselor christian counseling continuing education clinical social worker connecticut certification board continuing education continuing education for nurses in addiction continuing education mental health counseling continuing education units for addiction counselors co-occurring disorders counsel certificate counsel certification counsel webinar counseling ce counseling ceu counseling ceu webinar counseling continuing education counseling continuing education credits counseling continuing education online counseling continuing education units counseling continuing education Webinars counseling training counseling webinars free counselor ce counselor continuing education distance learning drug abuse counselor training drug addiction counselor drug and alcohol counselor continuing education Dublin education european addiction training institute FCB florida addiction counselor training Florida Board Florida Certification board georgia addiction georgia professional counselor continuing education glasgow grief counseling continuing education institute Ireland laban addiction specific training ladac ladc lcdc licensed chemical dependency counselor training licensed professional counselor continuing education lmhc london lpc lpc ce lpc ceu manchester maryland addiction counselor certification board mental health mental health continuing education mental health counseling mental health counselor naadac ce naadac training national addiction training programme national certified counselor continuing education nbcc approved continuing education online nbcc ce NCC ce online addiction continuing education online ce credits for counselors online ceu counselors online ceu courses for counselors online chemical dependency certificate programs online continuing education addiction counselors online continuing education counselors online training programme recovery coach scotland south africa substance abuse awareness training army substance abuse counselor programs online substance abuse counselor training substance abuse training online tennessee Texas Board of Examiners therapist continuing education toronto trauma certification UK vancouver Virginia webinar counseling training winnepeg
Addiction Counseling for Families & Couples
Addiction counseling is complicated especially when co-occurring disorders are present. For example, sexual addiction and substance use disorders affect and produce consequences for couples and whole-family systems. Co-founders and master level therapists, John and Elaine Leadem, are experienced in treating couples and families affected by substance use disorders and sexual addiction problems. The recovery process for families is the topic of discussion at this group meeting. Leadem Counseling and Consulting Services, PC was founded in 2007. This specialty practice and consulting firm have headquarters in both Toms River, New Jersey and East Brunswick, New Jersey, with consulting services available nationwide. Co-founders John and Elaine Leadem are licensed, masters-level therapists, specializing in a range of therapy services including couples, family, substance use disorder, relapse prevention, and sexual addiction therapy. Both John and Elaine hold decades of experience in substance abuse treatment under their belt.
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Recover out loud | Tara Conner | TEDxUniversityofNevada
Tara Conner, Miss USA 2006, shares her life-long struggle with addiction and what she has learned from 10 years of sobriety. Addicts are not bad people that need to get good, but sick people that need to get well. In this challenging and at times humorous talk, she calls for a different response to the addiction crisis. Tara Conner is a Television Personality and Recovery Advocate. Through her work, she shares her experience, strength and hope with audiences throughout the United States. Conner was crowned Miss USA in 2006. During December of that year, she entered the Caron Treatment Center and completed 30 days of treatment for alcohol and drug addiction. She has since celebrated 10 years of sobriety. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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The Art of Prevention Corporation PeerPaL(TM) Campus Violence Prevention System
PeerPaL(TM) is a 6-step campus violence prevention system designed to support district incident management plans (IMPs). The purpose of PeerPaL(TM) is to help schools attain certification as standardized violence free zones (VFZs) by addressing internal and external threats.
#DearMe | It Wasn't Your Fault
Just before my 15th birthday, I was sexually assaulted by a man that I trusted. This letter is everything that 14 year old Kim needed to hear. *******************************************************************↓↓click on show more↓↓ National Sexual Assault Hotline - 1.800.656.HOPE National Suicide Prevention Lifeline -1.800.273.8255 For anyone wondering, WebTV was a way to get internet on your TV before smart TVs were a thing :) Click Here to Subscribe: ►http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq6MQwzrpNCeAGXkkFwPu5Q?sub_confirmation=1 Endslate Links for Mobile Users: ► WEEKLY MEAL PREP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHhx-2XO-7I&list=PLxfiHb3ZTahF3a2xaE7vInJpRWHcCp-3f ► HEALTHY RECIPES: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b13-ouLspMU&list=PLxfiHb3ZTahGoUK5IOjNYiGXZ43CPgdCU ► HEALTHY REVIEWS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaE2U9gOkvM&list=PLxfiHb3ZTahFkC5o3b-5mHUVpmmB9S8hV ► VLOGS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX28WsqEIsA&list=PLxfiHb3ZTahEVKmtGlFryLD2VXVnJHUlF LET'S BE FRIENDS! ♥ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bestkimever ♥ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bestkimever ♥ Tumblr: http://bestkimeverblogs.tumblr.com ♥ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bestkimever ♥ Snapchat: thebestkimever ♥ For business inquiries ONLY: kimlovesemail@gmail.com (Please mention my channel in the subject line) (Please do not send personal emails to this address) MUSIC: ► by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0. Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/licenses/. ► Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music http://audionautix.com/ ► Sound Effects by http://audiomicro.com/sound-effects Thank you for being a friend and please, be kind to yourself ♥
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Depression or Suicidal without Mental Illness? Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ
1. Dear Kati, what would you say is the right time for telling our new (potential) partner about our past sexual abuse and how can we do it without scaring them away? I don't want him to know so that he can pity me but because I think its important since it influences the way I interact and react. In the past I never told it and that always lead to complication. I don't want it to happen over and over again. Thanks for everything you do!I can't say it too often... 2. Hi Kati....how do we figure out how far back out eating issues started? I felt like they started at a specific time in high school, but the more I think back on things I think I already had problems. Does this even matter in the recovery process? 3. is it possible to just have a depressive/suicidal personality without it being a mental illness? I'm 23 and have been like this all my life. I remember being in elementary and wanting to die and thinking up ways to kill myself. I just think that even if I bothered with seeking help for other issues I have that I'll probably always be a walking mess of anxiety/depression/suicidal thoughts. I think I was probably just never ever cut out for life. Journal Topic: Thanks Jeanne "Repeat after me. I am stronger than this challenge and this challenge is making me stronger." MY FREE WORKBOOKS: Self-Harm http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder Workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC My video schedule... MONDAY - New video release http://goo.gl/OUEsgM TUESDAY - Tumblr Tuesday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/79fMfa WEDNESDAY - Website & YouTube Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/CIp9b9 THURSDAY - Twitter Thursday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/kL7ZjX FRIDAY - Facebook Friday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/kjYLeR My PO Box: 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403 Find me: My Website: https://www.katimorton.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/katimorton Tumblr: https://www.katimorton.tumblr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/F2nX/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/F4G2/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Mitchell Davis talks Agoraphobia, OCD & Panic Attacks | On The Couch Ep. 3 with Kati Morton" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra8gUzMUuXY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Freedom From Sexual Addictions and Abuse
Monty interviews members of the staff at Mid-Valley Fellowship where people are being set free daily from sexual brokenness and addictions. Monty's guest include Jennifer Hutsell, Josh Bowdoin and Duan Walker. If you are living with sexual addiction or have been abused sexually you don't want to miss this vital show.
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Counseling: Domestic Abuse
✅ SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/tYpMcp 👍 Visit our website for help on any subject or test! https://goo.gl/AsjYfS Domestic Violence, as defined by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is “the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, psychological violence, and emotional abuse. The frequency and severity of domestic violence can vary dramatically; however, the one constant component of domestic violence is one partner’s consistent efforts to maintain power and control over the other.” Mometrix Academy is the world's most comprehensive test preparation company. This channel will provide you with videos that will help you learn about many different subjects. ►Mometrix Homepage: http://www.mometrix.com ►Academy Homepage: https://www.mometrix.com/academy/ ►Mometrix Flashcards: http://www.flashcardsecrets.com/ ►Follow Mometrix Academy on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/mometrixacademy/
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The power of forgiveness | Sammy Rangel | TEDxDanubia
"We do not have to be victims of our own stories...but interestingly enough stories are a way out [our suffering]. We hold the power to change our story." Sammy Rangel ended his ted talk leaving the stage with a standing ovation. He shared some stories of his childhood which was filled with so much abuse and neglect that it's hard not to empathize with story of what lead him to a 7 year prison sentence in solitary confinement. Sammy is the founder of Formers Anonymous, a self-help group for criminals and addicts who are looking for support on how to change and recover from their addictive behavior. His story is extraordinary – being a victim of childhood physical, mental and sexual abuse, he lived most of his juvenile life as a homeless throwaway child, who very quickly encountered drugs, crime, sex, and violence in the street. He has enhanced his credibility by overcoming addiction and recovering from a life of gangs, violence and maximum-security prison to become a college-graduate, a street-savvy counselor, a mentor and now a father of four. Having graduated with Presidential honours and Summa Cum Laude, Sammy holds a Master of Social Work Degree and has earned several awards. His autobiographical book, FOURBEARS: The Myths of Forgiveness is not simply a graphically illustrated memoir, but also a ‘manual’, as it goes in depth concerning the steps it takes to forgive, change and recover. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Inside MOSAIC: A Substance Abuse & Mental Health Program to Reduce Recidivism in Maricopa County
MOSAIC is a substance abuse program for medium to high risk inmates in the Maricopa County jail system. The 7-week program addresses the root causes of substance abuse, teaching inmates skills to deal with past trauma so they can remain sober and steer clear of the mistakes that led to their incarceration. The broader goal is reducing recidivism. • Music credit: Opus One by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Addiction Counselor Exam Review Screening
If you are wanting to become an addiction counselor you can access the training here: https://www.allceus.com/certificate-tracks/addictions-counselor-certification-training/ We also have over 300 CEU classes for counselors already licensed or certified. AllCEUs provides #counseloreducation and CEUs for LPCs, LMHCs, LMFTs and LCSWs as well as #addiction counselor precertification training and continuing education. Live, Interactive Webinars ($5): https://www.allceus.com/live-interactive-webinars/ Unlimited Counseling CEs for $59 https://www.allceus.com/ #AddictionCounselor and #RecoveryCoach https://www.allceus.com/certificate-tracks/ Pinterest: drsnipes Podcast: https://www.allceus.com/counselortoolbox/ Nurses, addiction and #mentalhealth #counselors, #socialworkers and marriage and family#therapists can earn #CEUs for this and other presentations at AllCEUs.com #AllCEUs courses are accepted in most states because we are approved as an education provider for NAADAC, the States of Florida and Texas Boards of Social Work and Mental Health/Professional Counseling, the California Consortium for Addiction Professionals and Professions. This was recorded as part of a live #webinar
Alcoholics and Substance Abuse AH 1
Alcohol and Substance Abuse. In this video you will see why people doing this program never relapse or return to their old ways. It shows what is missing in other programs that accounts for our superior success rate. http://youtu.be/xa7xTNjToAg http://drugrehabus.org For US enquiries. http://drugrehab.org.au For Australian enquiries.
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The Turning Point: Breaking the Cycle of Addiction and Incarceration
This compelling video was developed for male clients who are dealing with alcohol or other drug addiction. It includes interviews with African American men in different stages or recovery and reintegration, along with straight talk from counselors, community activists, a neighborhood pastor, and a drug court judge. All echo the same message: in order to change, these men must give up not only alcohol and other drugs, but also their unhealthy lifestyles. Viewers learn the strategies necessary to create a healthy environment, find positive support, overcome shame and guilt, rebuild self-esteem, identify triggers, avoid relapse, and ensure that core beliefs and values align with positive goals. The content educates clients in three primary concepts: recovery, cognitive skills, and life skills. This learning jump starts clients into addiction treatment by providing them with a foundation of core knowledge essential to success. Three client workbooks are also available as part of the Hazelden Community Corrections Program.
Views: 2958 HazeldenPublishing1
Relapse Prevention! How to stop using? Lonely? Sober Companion Coach
https://www.thumbtack.com/fl/deland/therapists/life-coaching-services ****Testimonial ***** I have been an on and off user of drugs and alcohol for the past 22 years, most of which has been alcohol. Drugs were recreational, but that played a big part of the impact which alcohol had on me during this period up until now. I had not really had the opportunity to figure things out for myself during those periods as I had no long term relationship so anything I did was just for myself as long as I got by. I got married about nine years ago and that was the first long term relationship I had, including living with someone aside from friends (people I didn’t have to depend on or affect directly). During this time, I still had not done anything to develop myself or work on co-existing and along with a lot of never-ending financial burdens, my drinking started becoming excessive and more anger and resentment started coming out. Along the way, with the drug and alcohol use, which was still recreational at this point, I also kept up with a lifelong affection for pornography. My first encounter with that was in 2nd grade when a classmate, at his house, showed me naked pictures he had from a magazine and started doing stuff to me. Since then, I had seemed to always come across or have access to pornography and did not realize how that was affecting my emotional, ethical, and social development which in the long run has affected my marriage. Inevitably with the proliferation of access to pornography via the internet, I delved deeper into this and the access was just a gateway into the further reaches of accessibility and communication with others and solicitation of anything you could think of. Spiraling out of control, this led to me communicating with people for sexual gratification (not meeting up and doing things, but just seeing how close to doing that I could get and via communication getting sexual gratification). Luckily, my wife had found out about this and through the hurt and emotional destruction and trust, finally had to come to a solution. My wife had got a program which gave her access to my phone and computer and organizes them so she knows what sites I do to and whatever communication I do, along with screenshots; basically, I am forced to not do what I had been doing, which a lot ...... https://www.thumbtack.com/fl/deland/therapists/life-coaching-services
Views: 174 Consultant Floyd
TIP51 Women's Needs for LPC, LMHC,and Addiction Counselor CEUs | Training in Counseling
CEUs are available for this presentation at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/search?q=tip+51 **View the New Harbinger Catalogand get your 25% discount on their products by entering coupon code: 1168SNIPES when you check out** Objectives Identify how the needs of men and women may differ Discuss conditions that are more typically diagnosed in women Highlight changes that can be made to increase access, engagement and retention of women in treatment Women have different physical responses to substances Women with substance use disorder have greater susceptibility to as well as earlier onset of serious medical problems and disorders Pregnancy is a significant concern Women who abuse substances are more likely than other women to have co-occurring disorders Women who have substance use disorders are more likely to have been physically or sexually traumatized and subjected to interpersonal violence Influence of Relationships. Significant relationships and family history play an integral role in the initiation, pattern of use, and continuation of substance abuse for women From a sociocultural perspective, women (more than men) tend to define themselves in terms of their webs of social relationships Women are more likely to be introduced to and initiate alcohol and drug use through significant relationships including partners, and family members Significant relationships and other adult family members may substantially influence and impact women's behavior associated with treatment seeking, support for recovery, and relapse Unique Roles Women are more likely to encounter obstacles across the continuum of care as a result of caregiver roles, gender expectations, and socioeconomic hardships Women with substance use disorders have enhanced treatment needs related to pregnancy, care of children, and other caregiver roles. Sources of Stress Overall, women report more interpersonal related stress in relation to negative affect whereas men report more legal and work-related stressful life events Barriers to Treatment Intrapersonal: Individual factors including health problems, psychological issues, cognitive functioning, motivational status, treatment readiness, etc. Interpersonal: Relational issues including significant relationships, family dynamics, support systems, etc. Structural: Program characteristics including treatment policies and procedures, program design, and treatment restrictions. Sociocultural: Social factors including cultural differences; the role of stigma, bias, and racism; societal attitudes; disparity in health services; attitudes of healthcare providers toward women; and others. Systemic: Larger systems including Federal, State, and local agencies that generate public policies and laws; businesses including health insurance companies; and environmental factors such as the economy, drug trafficking patterns, etc. Treatment retention Family/SO Support Avoiding relationships in treatment Women over 21 More Education Criminal Justice or Child Protective Services Involvement Pregnancy Trauma informed, supportive, strengths based approach (i.e Seeking Safety) Overview of What Can Be Done Acknowledge the importance and role of socioeconomic issues and differences among women. Promote cultural competence specific to women. Recognize the role and significance of relationships in women's lives. Address women's unique health concerns Endorse a developmental perspective. Adopt a trauma-informed perspective. Utilize a strengths-based model for women's treatment. Summary Everyone needs to have basic needs, safety and social support needs met Women face some unique challenges based upon Sociocultural expectations (esp. caregiving) Medical and mental health conditions more common in women
13  Models of Treatment Addiction Counselor Exam Review
CEUs are available for this presentation at AllCEUs Want to listen to it as a podcast instead? Subscribe to Counselor Toolbox Podcast Also check out out other podcasts, Happiness Isn't Brain Surgery and Addiction Counselor Exam Review AllCEUs provides multimedia #counseloreducation and CEUs for LPCs, LMHCs, LMFTs and LCSWs as well as #addiction counselor precertification training and continuing education. Live, Interactive Webinars ($5) Unlimited Counseling CEs for $59 Specialty Certificates starting at $89 including #AddictionCounselor #RecoveryCoach #PeerSupportSpecialist #TraumaInformedCare #BehavioralHealthTechnician #Etherapy #addiction and #mentalhealth #counselors, #socialworkers and marriage and family therapists can earn #CEUs for this and other presentations at AllCEUs.com #AllCEUs courses are accepted in most states because we are approved as an education provider for NAADAC, the States of Florida and Texas Boards of Social Work and Mental Health/Professional Counseling, the California Consortium for Addiction Professionals and Professions.
Understanding and Treating Chronic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Psychological disorders following exposure to trauma include personal suffering, decreased productivity, occupational and social dysfunction, medical disorders and demands on health services. In this talk, Drs. Zoellner and Bryant review current research associated with the persistence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the variety of viable options that exist for treatment. Speakers also explore treatment options and focus on the effectiveness of both therapies and medications. To see more videos from the University of Washington visit uwtv.org.
Views: 89336 UWTV
When Hell Breaks Loose
Note on the song. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note on their "Sexual Violence; Facts at a Glance" for 2012 that 42% of women raped were under the age of 18, and that, "Among female rape victims, perpetrators were reported to be intimate partners (51.1%), family members (12.5%), acquaintances (40.8%) and strangers (13.8%)." And though women are more likely to kill their spouses over abuse than vice versa, according to the Michigan Women's Justice & Clemency Project, "The average prison sentence for men who kill their intimate partners is 2 to 6 years. Women who kill their partners are sentenced, on average, to 15 years." With that said, I also want to point out that I am being a bit sarcastic in some of my lyrics. The opening line is not really saying it's on Polly to just find someone else, as if that is the solution. It is never the victims fault for their condition. Ever. Women no more need to find better men than they need to wear shorter skirts. It's on the abuser not to abuse. Period. Lyrics: Hey there Polly can't you find somebody, anybody else who'll treat you true? Surely there's a man without a gun in his hand or a suicide plan for him and you. But oh, it's gonna be a long night You can't believe it's true You're thinking hell just might Break loose before the night is through Stones and gravel as your chains unravel, trailer park dogs are howling at the moon Your mind is settled on an axe and a shovel, you wait by the door, he'll be coming home soon Lying in pieces, the fear in you ceases, a crucified Jesus just looks at the floor Wiping back your hair you just stare at the sonofabitch who can't hurt you anymore.
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Risky behaviours with substance abuse - Health Behaviour Change
Young adults performing risky behaviours using alcohol and drugs, health outcomes. HLTH 315 Queen's University
Views: 136 Kristi Louise
Therapeutic Boys Ranch
http://trianglecrossranch.com/ Welcome to Triangle Cross Ranch Therapeutic Boys Ranch Certified and Licensed by the State of Wyoming “HOW DO WE HELP A STRUGGLING AT-RISK TEEN?” “By unfolding the boy's mind as God created him, on a 50,000 acre working cattle ranch, located in the northwest corner of Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park.” WELCOME TO TRIANGLE CROSS RANCH How do we help a young man at risk? By unfolding the boy's mind as God created him on a 50,000 acre working cattle ranch in the North West Corner of Wyoming near Yellow Stone National Park. Triangle Cross Ranch (TCR) is a behavioral modification and vocational/technical program that is located on an authentic, 50,000 acre “working” Wyoming cattle ranch for troubled teenage boys, ages 10-17. TCR offers a solution to families dealing with the negative influences in their son’s environment by promoting a cultural change in a location that is far removed from the temptations of drugs, alcohol, sex and peer pressure. We are owned and operated by a Catholic family that uses both Christian ideals and the cowboy “Code of the West” to lead struggling teens to find value in honesty, integrity, simplicity, and determination. We believe that the culture we provide on a family operated cattle ranch is successful in educating the mind, strengthening the body, and elevating the spirit of our students. With over 25 years of experience, TCR will not only repair the damaged self-esteem of the struggling adolescent, but will also help mend a family relationship that his poor decisions have negatively impacted. It is through a focus on Christian morality that allows the youth to become conscience of the ways in which his bad behavior hurts others. We believe that every boy who comes to Triangle Cross Ranch is intrinsically good and capable of receiving the help to better their lives! Triangle Cross Ranch’s approach is unique to programs for troubled youth because it is based on mentoring each child while engaging with the challenging activities that are routinely performed on a cattle ranch. In doing so, our mentors are able to expose the at-risk teens who enter our program to many new experiences that will reveal the hidden strengths and talents of each child. We believe that in directing, rather than suppressing, the risk seeking behavior of our boys, we are able to open many possibilities and create young men who are strong, goal-oriented, and excited about their futures. The cowboy lifestyle the boys of Triangle Cross Ranch experience requires them to conduct themselves as men who are able to confront the challenges of each day without excuses or evasions. Some of the activities in which your son will participate include cattle drives, branding, riding horses on our mountain range outside of Yellowstone National Park, welding, mechanics, and carpentry. We believe that our ranch activities will build a sense of dignity and esteem within your son, while also developing many valuable life and job skills that other youth programs do not offer. Triangle Cross Ranch also has a comprehensive substance abuse recovery program that has helped many young men with substance abuse disorders achieve a long-term and sustained sobriety. As an active member of NAADAC, our treatment approach for teens struggling with drug and alcohol addictions is based on the latest trends emerging in the addictions profession. We collaborate with a team of counselors, teachers, parents, and students to develop a ROSC (recovery-oriented service of care) that promotes long-term remission from drug and alcohol usage. In addition to initiating sobriety in a drug and alcohol free facility, we focus on many other aspects of our students’ lives that will help them become resilient and able to abstain from substance use when they return to their previous environment. We offer a varied service menu to ensure the sustained recovery of your child, including frequent A.A. meetings, a “Conflict Resolution for Recovery and Relapse Prevention” course, individual counseling, and an optional aftercare program tailored specifically to your child’s needs. By exposing at-risk teens to a culture that promotes the simplicity and earnestness of ranch work, Triangle Cross Ranch frees the child from material frivolities and makes him aware that happiness and plenitude come from within one’s own heart. Unlike many other troubled teen boot camps, at Triangle Cross Ranch we recognize that each young man who comes to our program is unique, precious, and unrepeatable. Our “person-centered” approach to mentoring struggling teens will succeed in correcting many deviant behaviors such as theft, dishonesty, defiance, sexual promiscuity, impulsivity, academic under-achievement, low self-esteem, depression, and uncontrollable anger.
Views: 19 Brian Ngo
TIP42 Part 2 Co-Occuring Disorders
UPDATED VERSION WITH BETTER AUDIO IN PROCESS--EXPECTED NOV. 2013 Don't allow preconceptions about addiction interfere with learning about what the client really needs Know diagnostic criteria Don't assume that there is one correct treatment approach Empathy and hope are the most valuable components Techniques Stage specific motivational enhancements Express empathy Develop discrepancy Roll with resistance Support self-efficacy Use contingency management techniques to target specific behaviors Use cognitive-behavioral techniques Visual aids Role playing/practice Outline sessions with specific behavioral objectives Techniques cont... Use relapse prevention techniques Daily inventory Recovery group participation Coping skills training Medication adherence Skill building to address functional deficits Precontemplation Express concern about the client's substance use, or the client's mood State non-judgmentally that substance use (or mood, anxiety, self-destructiveness) is a problem Agree to disagree about the severity of the issues Consider a trial of abstinence to clarify the issues Suggest bringing a family member to an appointment Explore the client's perception of the problems Emphasize the importance of seeing the client again; that you will try to help For involuntary clients, develop mutually acceptable goals Contemplation Elicit positive and negative aspects of substance use or psychological symptoms Ask about positive and negative aspects of past periods of abstinence and remission Summarize the client's comments Make explicit discrepancies between values and actions Consider a trial of abstinence and/or psychological evaluation Preparation Acknowledge the significance of the decision to seek treatment Support self-efficacy Help the client decide on appropriate, achievable action for each issue Caution that the road ahead is tough Explain that relapse should not disrupt the client--clinician relationship Action Be a source of encouragement and support Remember that the client may be in different stages of readiness for change regarding different issues Acknowledge the uncomfortable aspects of withdrawal and/or psychological symptoms Reinforce the importance of remaining in recovery from both problems Maintenance Anticipate and address difficulties Recognize the client's struggle with either or both problems Support the client's resolve Reiterate that relapse or psychological symptoms should not disrupt the counseling relationship Relapse Explore what can be learned from the relapse Express concern about the relapse Emphasize the positive aspect of the effort to seek care Support the client's self-efficacy Older adults are at highest risk for combined mood disorder and substance problems Anxiety Worry or obsessive thoughts about multiple things Sleep disruption Agitation/irritability Activity & What to do Differentiate among the following: anxiety and mood disorders commonplace expressions of anxiety and depression (What do your clients say?) anxiety and depression associated with more serious mental or physical illness medical conditions and medication side effects substance-induced changes Start low, go slow Combine addiction counseling with medication and mental health treatment Schizophrenia Schism---two worlds What looks like resistance or denial may in reality be negative symptoms of schizophrenia. An accurate understanding of the role of addiction in the client's illness requires a multiple-contacts, longitudinal assessment. Clients with COD involving psychosis have a higher risk for self-destructive and violent behaviors, homelessness, victimization, poor nutrition and poverty. Cases Stacy (8 failed treatments) Tommy (Voices) Andre—(Group Home) What to do Know the signs and symptoms of the disorder Work closely with a psychiatrist or mental health professional Expect crises associated with the mental disorder Assist the client in linking with social services, housing, vocational services Monitor medication and promote medication adherence Provide frequent breaks and shorter sessions or meetings What to do cont... Employ structure and support Present material in simple, concrete terms with examples and use multimedia Encourage participation in social clubs Teach the client skills for detecting early signs of relapse for both mental illness and addiction Involve family in psychoeducational groups Monitor clients for signs of relapse and a return of psychotic symptoms Summary Co-occurring disorders are the rule not the exception Mental health issues, especially trauma and eating disorders, may not be revealed during the initial assessment Be alert for "substitute" addictions Adequate treatment must address the person as a whole
Transformations Treatment Center - Mary K Tatum Interview
With the rising problems of drug and alcohol abuse, expert treatment remains a vital need in the United States. Transformations Treatment Center with residential community housing is a comprehensive addiction treatment and long term rehabilitation service for men and women: a substance abuse rehabilitation facility that offers both traditional 12-step and Christian-based rehabilitation programs for both substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. When you enter your private room in a home like setting at Transformations, you will join a nurturing, supportive community of members we have come to call our 'Florida Family'. The road to addiction recovery takes immense strength, courage, support and guidance. Our skilled therapists with an individualized approach to therapy, our home like residences, safe and serene campus environment and our holistic rehabilitation approach at this unique addiction treatment center is a major improvement over other treatment centers who address only the addiction, without providing help for healing the mind, body and spirit of the recovering person. Our beautiful home setting is landscaped with quiet sitting areas, a pool and club house with acres of room for sober-living - and is nestled close to the beautiful beaches of South Florida. Located in Delray Beach, Florida, the facility is licensed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and has experience in handling many different types of addiction -- from heroin addiction, prescription drug addiction, cocaine addiction and alcoholism to gambling and sexual addiction.
Views: 522 HorizonMediaStudios
Press Conference: Saint Luke Institute, Father Francis Hoefgen Named in Sexual Abuse Lawsuit
At a news conference on 11-19-13 in St. Paul, Minnesota former priest and monk Patrick J. Wall, along with attorney Jeff Anderson, will announce the filing of a sexual abuse lawsuit on behalf of a Minnesota man now in his 30s, naming the Order of St. Benedict a/k/a and d/b/a St. John's Abbey, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Saint Luke Institute and Father Francis Hoefgen as defendants. The lawsuit alleges defendants were negligent in allowing Father Hoefgen to work with children after admitting to police in 1984 that he sexually abused a minor. Hoefgen, a member of St. John's, was subsequently sent to St. Luke's for an evaluation in 1984 and returned to ministry in 1985 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Hastings, where he sexually abused Doe 27.
Views: 573 andersonadvocates
Brother Carlos LIVE: Casting Out FAILURE SPIRITS & INFIRMITY, by Brother Carlos
Pls, DONATE any amount @ https://www.paypal.me/brothercarlos to help us continue to preach the Word of God to the nations and help people be set free from Curses and Demons. Thank you! GOT DEMON? BOOK @ http://amzn.to/2ux7QrK *** SUBMIT PRAYER REQUESTS @ http://brothercarlos.com *** ADOPT YOUR CITY @ http://adoptyourcity.com (City Leaders) *** MOBILE PRAYER UNIT @ http://mobileprayerunit.com (Neighborhood Cleansing) ** LIKE US @ http://facebook.com/brothercarlosoliveira ***DAILY PRAYER CAMPAIGNS ((( 8 am & 6 pm Pacific Standard Time))): - MONDAY: "ANOINTED WATER Prayer Campaign, by Brother Carlos - TUESDAY: "GOD'S FINANCIAL KINGDOM" Prayer Campaign, by Brother Carlos - WEDNESDAY: "ANOINTING OIL" Prayer Campaign, by Brother Carlos - THURSDAY: "MIRACLE" Prayer Campaigns, by Brother Carlos - FRIDAY: "THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB" Prayer Campaign, by Exorcist Carlos Oliveira In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ I declare broken and destroyed any aggression, attempts of the enemy to penetrate, curses resulting in the destruction of the mind, behavioral perversion, blasphemies, enchantments, incantations, sorcery, communication with dark spirits, consulting with the dead, condemnation, control, curses affecting the household, curses associated with utterances, curses from any demonic avenues and doors that have opened, curses from generational lines coming down from both the father and the mothers family lines, curses from the womb, cursing another, deceptions of all types, delusions, demonic attacks, demonic condemnation, covenants, depression, destruction of all types, destruction of finances, destruction of marriage, destruction of family, destruction of the body, distractions, dullness of mind, dysfunctionality, adverse effects, side effects, and stings, every idle word spoken contrary to God's original plans and purposes, evil allegiances, evil cords, poison, condemnation, demonic condemnation, evil condemnation, contracts, evil devices, evil forces and powers, hindrances, imaginations, evil influences passed down socially, emotionally, psychologically, spiritually, inherited, or any other channel, unknown to me, conscious, or unconscious evil alliances, evil interplay, manifestations, evil or wrong perceptions, and evil thoughts concerning us, our families, work, and ministries which we are to accomplish, evil principalities, evil spirits of inheritances and curses, evil spirits that follow, evil strongholds, wishes, false anointing and impartation, trauma, false prophecies prophesied, familiar perversion, financial perversion, futility of the mind, ill spoken words, ill wishes, illusions, influences or stings, interaction with darkness, lies, manipulation, mind control, negative feelings, neutralizing effects, bad habits, nullifying affects of wrong words and the enemy, occult ties, oppression, pains, perverse speech, thoughts, plans, perversion, poverty, powers and rulers of darkness, spiritual wickedness in high places, proclivities and captivities that are contrary to, opposes, or hinder God's Will and destiny for our lives, religious perversion, satanic, and demonic alliances, schemes of the enemy or wicked people, self condemnation, sexual perversion, spiritual perversion, evil systems of people or the enemy, terrorism, twistedness of the mind, unconscious associations or covenants with darkness, undue hardship, undue pressures, ungodly soul ties, unjust soul bonds, unjust soul ties, unjust ties, unjust bonds, unrighteous agreements that I have entered into, vain thoughts, wiles of the devil, witchcraft prayers, witchcraft spells, demonic spells, evil spells, satanic spells, works of the devil, wrong and worldly traditional religious thinking, wrong mind sets & thinking patterns. - THE END-TIMES HAVE COME, Equip Yourself For The Battle, here are some the (((FREE))) WEAPONS... FREE - Premarital & Singleness Curse Breaking; - Financial Curse Breaking; - Manual For Miracles, Healing & Deliverance - Manual for House Cleansing & Curse Breaking. @ Website: http://dailylivechurch.com Prayer Requests: https://dailyliveprayer.com Deliverance Videos: http://churchwebtv.com Curse Deliverance: http://cursedeliverance.com Multi Level Prayers: http://multilevelprayers.com BrotherCarlos.Com: http://brothercarlos.com I NEED A BIG FAVOR I'm running a TEST, I'd like to ask you to visit my WEBSITE for a few seconds and leave a positive note (NO SIGN UP REQUIRED) at the (((LIVE CHAT))) @ http://www.dailylivechurch.com Thx. - RECEIVE YOUR MIRACLE NOW, by Brother Carlos - Healing, House Cleansing & Blessing Prayer Series - BUSINESS CURSE BREAKING BROADCAST - MAR 24, 2017 - Sign up @ DailyLiveChurch.Com UNIVERSITY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, by Brother Carlos - University of the HOLY SPIRIT & BUSINESS Curse Breaking, by Brother Carlos UHS - Episode 3: What are Curses? The Curse of Idolatry. Generational Curses.
Views: 222 Carlos A. Oliveira
Addicton and Co-Occuring Disorder Treatment for LPC, LMHC,and Addiction Counselor CEUs | Counseling
Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment Earn 4 CEUs for this topic at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/12/c/3 **View the New Harbinger Catalog (https://www.newharbinger.com) and get your 25% discount on their products by entering coupon code: 1168SNIPES when you check out ** Unlimited Counseling CEUs for $59 https://www.allceus.com/ Specialty Certificate tracks starting at $89 https://www.allceus.com/certificate-tracks/ Live Webinars $5/hour https://www.allceus.com/live-interactive-webinars/ Objectives Define addiction Examine the similarities between chemical and behavioral addictions Discuss Maslow's hierarchy and it's impact on early recovery Conceptualize the progression of addiction and recovery Identify common stumbling blocks to sustained recovery and interventions Definition Person, Activity or Substance which continues to be used to escape from negative emotions, situations or pain despite causing problems in one or more areas of life functioning Pattern of Addiction Recreational use/experimentation Abuse One or more of the following: Failure to fulfill major obligations Use when physically hazardous Recurrent legal problems Recurrent social or interpersonal problems Pattern cont... Dependence Three or more of the following: Tolerance Withdrawal Larger amounts over a longer period Unsuccessful efforts to cut down Time spent in obtaining, recovering from or using the substance replaces social, occupational or recreational activities Continued use despite adverse consequences Types of Addictions Chemical Illicit Drugs Alcohol Prescriptions Behavioral Gambling Sex Food Interpersonal Domestically Violent Dependent/ Fatal Attraction High Risk Behaviors Patterns of Use When Continuous Binge Weekends In response to overwhelming events Increasing in response to tolerance Gateway drugs Increased intensity/quantity Substitute addictions Reasons for Use Belonging Boredom Habit Numbing emotional or physical pain Psychiatric self-medication Relaxation Foundations of Health Maslow's Heirarchy Common Characteristics of Addicts Physiological Poor Nutrition Low Immunity Lack of Rest Physical Pain Safety Homelessness Living in unsafe areas Engaging in high-risk behaviors Characteristic cont... Love and Belonging Only friend is their addiction Relationships based on "What can you do for me?" Isolated from caring supports Need external validation Self-Esteem Lack of Lost hope and motivation to achieve "ideal self" Forgotten who he/she is Thinking Patterns: Stinkin' Thinkin' Overly pessimistic Need to control everything Playing the victim/blaming others for feelings/situations Need for immediate gratification Feeling of entitlement— "Because I want it." Motivations and Recovery Concepts Keep coming back, it works if you work it. Sit down, shut up and listen. First things first Keep it simple, stupid (K.I.S.S.) It's always easier to take somebody else's inventory. GOD: Good, Orderly Direction HALT: Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired You have to give it away in order to keep it Fake it til you make it More Motivations and Concepts FEAR: False Expectations Appearing Real EGO: Edging God Out! Go to meetings when you want to, and go to meetings when don't want to We have a living problem, not a drinking problem We have a thinking problem, not a drinking problem Happiness is not getting what you want,  it is wanting what you have. Summary Addiction Can happen to anyone Develops over time Erodes health and happiness in most areas of life Can be chemical, behavioral or interpersonal The addiction is the addicts best friend Recovery is not just getting clean, it is changing thoughts and behaviors to become "sober."
Anorexia/ Psych-Ward Q&A
What did you see when you looked in the mirror when you were anorexic? What was the best and worst parts of being in the psych ward? What are the different personalities inside of you and do they have names? These are some of the questions, many more!
Views: 3102 SiffaScary
Can I Recover From Self Injury If I Don't Talk About My Abuse Past? Twitter Thursday!! #KatiFAQ
Can I Recover From Self Injury If I Don't Talk About My Abuse Past? Twitter Thursday!! #KatiFAQ via YouTube Capture 1. I was sexually assaulted and my therapist wants me to talk about it, I just can't. Any advice? 2. Hey Kati! How do you know if you reached the point to go to an inpatient treatment when you suffer from depression? 3. Kati is it possible to recover from BPD, self harm, depression and an eating disorder without talking about emotional & physical abuse from someone? But if I talk about all the other 'issues' and miss that out even though it affects me. 4. When my therapist asks me at the end of each session about my eating habits I instantly freeze. I'm embarrassed to share anything that has to do with it because it makes me uncomfortable and ashamed is it really necessary to talk about the behaviors? and if so how do I get over it? My habits are so second nature to me its hard to hear that its not "normal" so what can I do? I have had to write it down before as well but that makes it worse and is triggering. Journal Topic: I don't want to write about.... -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Mitchell Davis talks Agoraphobia, OCD & Panic Attacks | On The Couch Ep. 3 with Kati Morton" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra8gUzMUuXY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 8005 Kati Morton
OCD3: Dr. Phillipson Talks Science, Symptoms & Treatment of OCD
Subtítulos disponibles. In an exclusive one-on-one interview, Aaron Harvey, Founder of IntrusiveThoughts.org, sat down with leading clinical psychologist Dr. Steven Phillipson in New York City to talk more about his studies and the ways in which it became a personal passion. For more OCD resources, treatments, and support go to http://www.intrusivethoughts.org/. For more information on Dr. Phillipson, please visit http://www.cognitivebehavioralcenter.com/. OCD 3 is a web series that brings professional perspectives to the OCD community so sufferers can make healthy decisions and lead better lives.
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Faith Ind and Family Counseling
I work with children, woman and families who have been through trauma and or drug and alcohol addiction. My strengths include my love in working with people, working well in a team setting and my ability in working hand in hand with other professionals. I have a great deal of experience in the field of teaching children of all ages, working as a pre-school teacher in California and a teacher in New York for Boces schools (special education). I am working in the field of marriage and family therapy. I am a licensed LMFT in the state of Nevada and New York. My qualifications include the following: therapy with children of all ages, doing crisis management, family therapy, individual therapy, running groups (anger management, relapse prevention, life skills, trauma groups, and grief groups). Take the first step to help. Call or Email Faith Ind and Family Counseling now - (702) 872-3258 Qualifications License No. and State: 01130 Nevada Finances Avg Cost (per session): $60 - $120 Sliding Scale: Yes Accepts Insurance: Yes Accepted Payment Methods: ACH Bank transfer, American Express, Cash, Check, Discover, Mastercard, Paypal, Visa, Wire Accepted Insurance Plans •Aetna •Anthem •Behavioral Health Systems •BlueCross and BlueShield •Clark County Victims Of Crime •Meridian •State of Nevada Victims Of Crime •Out of Network Verify your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first visit. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Location Faith Ind and Family Counseling 2620 Regatta Drive Suite 102 Las Vegas, Nevada 89128 Call Ms. Heidi Hanusa (702) 872-3258 Email Us Show Map Nearby Areas Specialties •Child or Adolescent •Trauma and PTSD •Behavioral Issues Issues •ADHD •Addiction •Adoption •Alcohol Abuse •Anger Management •Anxiety •Asperger's Syndrome •Bipolar Disorder •Borderline Personality •Codependency •Coping Skills •Depression •Divorce •Domestic Abuse •Domestic Violence •Drug Abuse •Dual Diagnosis •Emotional Disturbance •Family Conflict •Grief •Infidelity •Narcissistic Personality •Oppositional Defiance •Parenting •Peer Relationships •Relationship Issues •Secondary Supervision for MFT/CPC Intern •Self Esteem •Self-Harming •Sexual Abuse •Spirituality •Substance Abuse •Suicidal Ideation •Teen Violence •Women's Issues Mental Health •Dissociative Disorders •Impulse Control Disorders •Mood Disorders •Personality Disorders •Thinking Disorders Sexuality •Bisexual •Gay •Lesbian Client Focus Alternative Languages: Secondary Supervision for MFT/CPC Interns Age •Children (6 to 10) •Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13) •Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19) •Adults •Elders (65+) Categories •Aviation Professionals •Bisexual Clients •Cancer •Gay Clients •Heterosexual Clients •Lesbian Clients •Veterans Treatment Approach Treatment Orientation •Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) •Family / Marital •Family Systems •Integrative •Intervention •Narrative •Play Therapy •Play Therapy •Sand Play •Solution Focused Brief (SFBT) •Trauma Focused Modality •Individuals •Couples •Family
Views: 36 Steve Sanson
Porn Addiction: Relapse & Rabbit Holes (Clip)
Center for Healthy Sex presents a lecture by Greg Woodhill, MFT, CSAT and Dan Lacovara, MA: "How to Treat Pornography Addiction: Straight & Gay Perspectives" "The Sex Experts" is a monthly professional lectures series for sex therapists and specialists to workshop and refine new material that they've been working with in an informal setting before their peers. Any particular statements expressed herein represent the views of the presenter(s) only, but not necessarily the perspective of Center for Healthy Sex (CHS). With this lecture series, CHS intends to explore important issues and encourage conversation within the therapeutic community, as well as provide a platform to emerging voices. Lecture Description: Pornography is not a problem...unless it is! If you are seeing clients in a professional setting, then chances are that you are treating someone with an addiction to pornography. Regardless of age, gender, race, or sexual orientation, pornography addiction has become an increasingly problematic factor in many people's lives. The biggest barrier in treating pornography addiction is getting the client to talk about it so that we can help them stop, but how can we bridge that gap? Come learn how to assess for pornography addiction, begin the conversation with clients, and help them find ways to manage their addiction and restore intimacy in their lives. Greg Woodhill, MFT, CSAT, facilitates Sex Addiction Treatment Groups for Men, as well as works with individuals and couples at Center for Healthy Sex as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT). He holds a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, in Santa Monica, where he developed his personal therapeutic style of empathic listening, exploring early childhood trauma, and encouraging personal responsibility. Greg has supplemented his knowledge through the following advanced coursework and workshops: Interpersonal Neurobiology and Attachment Theory in Irvine, Attachment Theory in Los Angeles, Sex Addiction training in Los Angeles, Memphis, TN and San Diego, CAMFT Couples Therapy in Los Angeles, CA. Dan Lacovara, MA, is a staff clinical associate at CHS working with sex addiction and love addiction. Dan's primary focus is on providing individual treatment to men with sex compulsivity and addiction issues and to women struggling with love addiction. Before joining CHS, Dan worked at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, where he worked with clients with substance abuse and mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and grief and loss. In addition, he designed the curriculum for and co-facilitated the Center's first Sexual Compulsives Group for men. He has participated in Group Psychotherapy Association of Los Angeles (GPALA) trainings on psychodynamic and relational work in group therapy and with the California Association of Mental Health (CAMFT) on depression and its impact on intimate relationships. He has also received training in attachment theory and Bowenian approaches to individual and couples treatment at the Bowen Institute in San Diego. MFT Intern # 68147 Read more about Greg Woodhill and Dan Lacovara at the CHS Clinical Associates page at http://centerforhealthysex.com/about/staff-clinical-associates Center for Healthy Sex (CHS) is a community therapy center in Los Angeles that specializes in the treatment of sexual dysfunction, sexual anorexia, porn addiction, sex addiction, and love addiction. Clients participate in the diverse programs, online courses and social services offered at Center for Healthy Sex - ranging from weekly support groups, couples sex therapy, and the 11-day Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) to online classes, free lectures and podcasts. Center for Healthy Sex was co-founded by Alexandra Katehakis, MFT, CST-S, CSAT-S, and Douglas Evans in 2005. Their stated mission is to offer men, women, and couples a safe place to receive professional psychotherapy to resolve shame, guilt, deception, or other barriers to healthy eroticism. Please call (310) 843-9902 for a free phone consultation or visit http://centerforhealthysex.com
Webinar | The Imporance of Establishing a Community in Recovery
Adam Silberstein and Asher Gottesman are excited to present this webinar focused on the importance of community in recovery. They will discuss the value of a social model or community-based approach to treatment with areas of attention that will lend to best practices. The lecture will include a review of common treatment issues that practitioners may encounter while working with individuals residing in sober living. They will analyze the challenges that practitioners face and the advantages of collaboration, as well as the inherent value of the community model of treatment. At the conclusion of the presentation, they will consider the implication of a community based approach with individuals who struggle with food addiction. Learning Objectives - To understand the inherent value of a social/community model of treatment - To explore the benefits of collaboration with multiple disciplines - Demonstrate an understanding of common treatment issues - To address challenges practitioners face - To consider and explore the benefit of a community based approach with a food addicted population ABOUT THE SPEAKERS: Asher Gottesman - Clinical Psychologist Asher Gottesman was born and raised in Los Angeles. As the son of a prominent Orthodox Rabbi, he followed through with his own rabbinical ordainment even though he eventually became a successful real estate developer. After a period of disillusionment with real estate and investment, Asher sought to do something more meaningful for others and himself. In following suit with his desire for fulfillment, Asher decided to create a place where people could be "heard" and could receive help to improve their lives. Asher has maintained this commitment and has sought teaching from some of the best and brightest in the field of recovery to provide optimum care for our clients. Aside from a wife and five children, Asher has always considered the Men and Women of Transcend as his extended family. Adam Silberstein, Psy.D M.Ed., LPC, BRI-II Adam Silberstein, Psy.D is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working in the mental health field since 1994. Dr. Silberstein has extensive experience working with a broad range of populations including individuals with obesity, chemical dependency, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, and developmental disabilities. He earned his doctoral degree from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in 1998 and completed his pre-doctoral internship at Camarillo State Hospital working with the chronically mentally ill and developmentally disabled. He completed his postdoctoral training at Casa Pacifica Residential Treatment Center where he worked with adolescents with complex emotional and behavioral issues. In 2000, after his postdoctoral training, Dr. Silberstein worked for the California Department of Corrections where he held a variety of clinical and administrative positions and was the director of a partial-hospitalization program. In furthering of a deeper and more expansive clinical approach to dependency issues, Dr. Silberstein embarked on the pursuit of a widened practice devoted to addictive disorders, and in 2008 became a consulting psychologist at Authentic Recovery Center, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. His responsibilities included group and individual therapy as well as clinical supervision. Presently, he maintains a private practice in West Los Angeles and Tarzana, working with adolescents and adults with chemical dependency and process addictions, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Over the course of his career and in each of his work settings, Dr. Silberstein has been passionately invested in the treatment of addictive and compulsive behaviors with a special interest in the assessment and treatment of overweight and obesity.
NASA Live - Earth From Space (HDVR) ♥ ISS LIVE FEED #AstronomyDay2018 | Subscribe now!
Live (2018) NASA Earth from Space - "International Astronomy Day", ISS HD Video is presented. NASA Live stream of Earth seen from space powered by NASA HDEV cameras aboard the International Space Station. Watch the Earth roll Captured by HDEV cameras on board the International Space Station. ▰ Get Live Alerts: (Rocket Launches & Webcasts) http://bit.ly/spaceuniverse-alerts ▰ Poll Results: http://bit.ly/spaceuniverse-alerts Updates: (June 22/23:) A Rocket Lab Electron rocket will launch on its third flight, titled "It's Business Time," from the Mahia Peninsula on New Zealand's North Island. The 4-hour launch window opens at 8:30 p.m. EDT (0300 GMT on June 23). (July 25:) Arianespace will use an Ariane 5 ES rocket to launch four Galileo satellites for Europe's Galileo navigation constellation. The rocket will launch from Kourou, French Guiana at 7:24 a.m. EDT (1124 GMT). (July 27/28:) A total lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon," will be visible from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Atlantic, the Indian Ocean and Antarctica. [Lunar Eclipse 2018 Guide] (Aug. 13:) The Perseid meteor shower will peak before dawn in the early morning hours of Monday, Aug. 13. ▰ 2018 Upcoming Events (Full list): https://goo.gl/VXUmMW NASA Crew inside the international space station: Oleg Artemyev Commander Drew Feustel Ricky Arnold Sergey Prokopyev Alexander Gerst Serena Auñón-Chancellor Mission Overview 3/21/18 - Exp 55/56 Launch 3/23/18 - Exp 55/56 Dock 6/6/18 - Exp 56/57 Launch 6/8/18 - Exp 56/57 Dock 6/14/18 - U.S. Spacewalk (6:49) 10/4/18 - Exp 55/56 Land 12/13/18 - Exp 56/57 Land By the courtesy of International Space Station: UStream live Feed From the NASA HDEV live cameras aboard the ISS. Watch the earth roll https://www.nasa.gov https://spaceofficial.com SPACE & UNIVERSE Network The International Space Station - ISS - circles the earth at 240 miles above the planet, on the edge of space in low earth orbit. The station is crewed by NASA astronauts as well as Russian Cosmonauts and a mixture of Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts as well. Please Standby mode (Bluescreen) The signal is temporarily lost from the international space station, live on UStream.tv The ISS passes into the dark side of the earth for roughly half of each of its 90-minute orbits. As the Space Station passes into a period of night every 45 mins video is unavailable - during this time, and other breaks in transmission recorded footage is shown when back in daylight earth will recommence. As seen from the Nasa ISS live stream on the International Space Station - A real astronaut view of Earth! Captured by ISS HDEV cameras on board the International Space Station. We love ❤ Space Do you? ┈ Live chat: - English only. - Other languages, special characters, links will be automatically blocked. Please do not share any personal information in Live chat. (This stream may upset those who believe in a Theory such as Flat-earth, Please make an effort to share a constructive comment on live chat. www.theguardian.com/science/2016/jan/20/flat-earth-believers-youtube-videos-conspiracy-theorists) ┈ Music (CC) "Garden Music" Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/ https://incompetech.com/wordpress/2015/12/garden-music/ "Fluidscape" Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/
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Men in Recovery
A deeper look into Men who are in Recovery 1/10/2013- filmed
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Seminar Lucifer 042718: Satan The Cold Blooded Killer and Liar! What He Does!
Visit http://HardcoreChristianity.com for our healing/self-deliverance guide and details of our Phoenix and online meeting schedule. Be equipped! Join us at http://fb.com/groups/hardcorechristianity LiveStream of additional meetings is at http://www.livestream.com/hohaz Free Counseling for Christians. Come with your burdens! Go with Jesus love & joy! Arizona Deliverance Center 3342 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015 (S. of Osborn Rd., w. of 15th Ave.)
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Transformations Treatment Center - Jeannie Zbarsky Interview
With the rising problems of drug and alcohol abuse, expert treatment remains a vital need in the United States. Transformations Treatment Center with residential community housing is a comprehensive addiction treatment and long term rehabilitation service for men and women: a substance abuse rehabilitation facility that offers both traditional 12-step and Christian-based rehabilitation programs for both substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. When you enter your private room in a home like setting at Transformations, you will join a nurturing, supportive community of members we have come to call our 'Florida Family'. The road to addiction recovery takes immense strength, courage, support and guidance. Our skilled therapists with an individualized approach to therapy, our home like residences, safe and serene campus environment and our holistic rehabilitation approach at this unique addiction treatment center is a major improvement over other treatment centers who address only the addiction, without providing help for healing the mind, body and spirit of the recovering person. Our beautiful home setting is landscaped with quiet sitting areas, a pool and club house with acres of room for sober-living - and is nestled close to the beautiful beaches of South Florida. Located in Delray Beach, Florida, the facility is licensed by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and has experience in handling many different types of addiction -- from heroin addiction, prescription drug addiction, cocaine addiction and alcoholism to gambling and sexual addiction.
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