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    Halamek, Louis P.
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    Lorber, Bennett.
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    Maldonado, Yvonne.
  • Amoils, Misha; Beswick, Daniel; Calloway, Hollin; Clark, Amelia K.
    Debate 1. Surgical Therapy is or is NOT Indicated for Menier's Disease / CON: Amelia K. Clark, PRO: Hollin Calloway -- Debate 2. Salvage Surgery is or is not Preferable Over Non-Surgical Palliation PRO: Daniel Beswick, CON: Misha Amoils.
  • Robert Meyers, PhD & Jane Ellen Smith, PhD.
    For many people in recovery from substance abuse, one of the most challenging aspects of living a sober life is learning how to fill the void previously occupied by drugs and alcohol with activities that are pleasurable, healthy and meaningful. In this supportive video, Robert Meyers and Jane Ellen Smith help viewers and participants develop the skills necessary to make significant lifestyle changes, as they lead them on a captivating exploration of alternatives to substance use. With the help of a live studio audience of men and women in various stages of recovery, Meyers and Smith take viewers through various exercises and a step-by-step process that focus on helping them restructure their lifestyle and make life without alcohol and drugs not only healthy and satisfying, but also fun. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, substance abuse, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, group, drugs, alcohol, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Robert Alberti, PhD.
    In this engaging and informative video, Dr. Bob Alberti, renowned expert on assertiveness training, teaches the nuts and bolts of this critical skill. Dr. Alberti explores this topic with the help of a live studio audience of men and women grappling with different issues in the stages of recovery from substance abuse. Through role-plays and discussion, he teaches a step-by-step process for how to become a more assertive person, demonstrating respect for yourself and the other person. Exercises focus on essential aspects of assertiveness training such as nonverbal behavior, saying no, using "I messages," and, most importantly, remembering that you have a right to stand up for yourself. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, assertiveness, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Reid Hester, PhD.
    In any stage of recovery, the question arises again and again: "How do I just stop doing something that feels like such a fundamental part of my life?" In this illuminating video, Dr. Reid Hester, a leading expert in evidence-based substance abuse treatment, shares his philosophy that all our not-so-healthy addictions and bad habits--including heavy drinking, smoking, overeating, and procrastination--can be changed following the same basic principles. With the help of a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Dr. Hester walks you through the four steps of behavioral change, starting with setting reasonable goals for change (including cutting back, or the "warm-turkey" approach), self-monitoring to see how deeply ingrained those old habits are, choosing rewards for incremental successes, and finally, finding new behaviors to take the place of the old ones. Through lively discussion, role-playing, and group and individual exercises, you will learn how to successfully achieve long-term changes to even those bad habits you have felt stuck with for years or decades. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, behavioral self control, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Peter Palanca, MA.
    Taking ownership of our behavior is a major part of recovery, but difficult emotions can often hinder our progress. As the recovery process deepens, we often face the hurdle of getting back in touch with our emotions, and learning to handle them appropriately rather than simply reacting or "numbing out." In this video, a live studio audience of men and women in various stages of recovery engage in honest discussions about their own challenges with recognizing and taking responsibility for their emotions. Palanca then guides participants and viewers through exercises in dealing with anger, shame, guilt, and grandiosity--difficult emotions that are especially common among people in recovery. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, managing emotions, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Terrence Real, MSW.
    If you are in recovery, then you have already moved toward solving one of the biggest problems anyone might face. But once recovery has begun, it can seem paradoxically like life gets more complicated as all the smaller daily problems come into focus--relationship troubles, workplace conflicts, unpaid bills, and more. It is essential to find reliable methods of addressing problems as they come up, without slipping back into the old strategy of avoiding them using drugs or alcohol. In this empowering video, therapist Terrence Real breaks down the process of problem solving to five manageable steps: defining the problem, visualizing solutions, dealing with obstacles, identifying sources of help, and making an action plan. With a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Real helps participants and viewers alike tackle a range of problems, from unsatisfying romantic relationships to troubled children, from poor study skills to unclear career paths. Learn along with the studio audience as they move from frustration to clarity and optimism in just a few short hours, thanks to Real's expert guidance. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. --Supplied by publisher.
  • Lorraine Collins, PhD.
    Many addictions start with the casual use of drugs or alcohol to "loosen up" at social events. People entering recovery often find that their entire social groups are still using, and they can no longer rely on the easy bond of the drug to bring them closer to new friends. Even when the recovery support group has replaced old relationships to form a new community, it's important--and often challenging--to be able to reach out and build new friendships without the assistance of the old social lubricants. In this video, addiction psychologist Lorraine Collins illuminates the fundamental social skills needed to start and strengthen rewarding relationships with new friends. With a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Collins leads useful role-plays in starting conversations with strangers, giving and receiving criticism, and asking for help from friends and acquaintances. These are the skills people often assume everyone has, and yet no one was ever properly taught. Clients can practice and learn with the video participants as they find new ease and confidence in building their communities. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: addiction, addict, recovery, drug, drugs, alcohol, alcoholic, alcoholism, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, and Judy Lewis, PhD.
    For those recovering from substance abuse, coping with the daily stress of living can be especially taxing. Suddenly, the old way of relieving anxiety and doubt by using drugs or alcohol is no longer available. Additionally, facing stressful situations can tempt us to resort to less-healthy patterns of behavior in order to cope. So it's crucial to find new methods for dealing with stress that will support the recovery process rather than threaten to derail it. In this video, renowned psychologists Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis offer four simple yet effective strategies for managing stressful situations, from paying bills to planning weddings. With a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Carlson and Lewis walk participants through relaxation exercises, lifestyle adjustment strategies, thought pattern correction methods, and the creation of action plans for preventing stressful circumstances. You'll come away with a renewed confidence in your ability to manage stressful situations without jeopardizing your recovery. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: recovery, addict, addiction, drug, drugs, alcohol, alcoholic, alcoholism, coping, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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