Theories of Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders Video Rating: / 5
Alcohol and Drug Counselors are on hand 24hr a day to help drug addicts and clients of the 449 Recovery drug rehab center in San Clemente to get help when needed for addiction recovery and addiction treatment services. Professional on call counseling and addiction therapy is offered by all of the drug counselors at 449 Recovery. You can learn about the alcohol recovery programs and drug treatment center at http://www.449recovery.org.
“Substance Use and Mental Disorders: One, the Other, or Both?” was presented on January 27, 2015; by Dr. Stephen Strobbe, PhD, RN; Clinical Associate Professor, University of Michigan School of Nursing and University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. Substance use and mental health disorders often travel together. This program explores historical and clinical aspects – including assessment, differential diagnosis, treatment, and recovery – of concurrent mental health and substance use disorders, also referred to as co-occurring disorders, co-morbid conditions, or dual diagnosis. This presentation is part of the Dawn Farm Education Series, a FREE, annual workshop 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. Video Rating: / 5
What is dual diagnosis? How does dual diagnosis treatment help you with your recovery? Dual diagnosis treats both drug use and any underlying mental health issues that come along with it. To avoid relapsing or struggling with those mental health issues further, it’s important that both aspects are dealt with before treatment is ended. Ending treatment of either of these two conditions make it more likely for relapse down the road. Dual diagnosis is one of the most important programs that treatment centers offer today. First Step Center is here to help you with your issues. Please visit our website, or call us today at (866) 403-9262 to get the help you need.
Virtual Rehab leverages the advancements in virtual reality technology along with artificial intelligence to prevent and to treat patients with substance use disorders along with rehabilitating repeat offenders.
There are over 251 million individuals suffering from substance abuse and over 6 billion is being spent on addiction treatment worldwide.
At Virtual Rehab, our innovative and powerful solution is intended to rehabilitate rather than just punish. The scope of our solution includes psychological and correctional rehabilitation. Virtual Rehab’s services extend to hospitals, rehab centers, correctional officers, inmates, along with other verticals.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Substance Use Disorders (CBT-SUD) is an evidence-based “talk therapy,” or counseling treatment, proven effective in treating alcohol and other drug use. CBT-SUD helps people make and maintain changes in their substance use, better cope with cravings and urges, and improve skills related to alcohol and other drug use, including skills for managing mood, improving communication, and solving problems. Watch this video to learn more about substance use problems and CBT-SUD!
Psilocybin in the Treatment of Mood and Substance Use Disorders
Albert Garcia-Romeu, Ph.D.
The Sleeping Octopus Assembly on Psychedelics (SOAP) is an intimate conference that explored the role of psychedelics in science, medicine, policy, and culture, which took place at a historic mansion in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from July 13-15, 2018.
This conference featured presentations from key figures in the psychedelic research and policy community, a psychedelic-themed comedy show, live musical performances, and a benefit dinner for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). We hope you enjoy the content from this unique opportunity that inspired and united local communities in a creative setting, the recently-remodeled historic mansion known as the “Sleeping Octopus.”
Learn more about this event: https://maps.org/pittsburgh
Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.
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Establishes the clear necessity of substance abuse counselors working hand-in-hand with mental health professionals as they collaborate in the treatment of individuals with twin diagnoses of substance abuse or dependence, on the one hand, and psychiatric disorder (e.g., depression, anxiety, or PTSD), on the other.
A highly regarded educator and university administrator, as well as recovery coach, author, and public speaker, Dr. Bob Weathers holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, with an M.A. in religious studies. Over the course of his professional career, “Dr. Bob” has provided tens of thousands of hours of therapeutic counseling and recovery coaching to satisfied clients. He has also committed the past 35 years to teaching, training, and inspiring graduate-level mental health providers at several southern California universities, most recently at California Southern University.
Dr. Bob is currently academic effectiveness coordinator at CalSouthern, engaged full-time in ongoing initiatives for improving the educational experience of our learners, including his chairing the brand-new Student Advisory Council. Additionally, Dr. Bob has published numerous articles in a broad cross-section of respected professional reference books, journals, and edited volumes. To learn more about the speaker, visit: http://www.drbobweathers.com
For more information on the School of Behavioral Sciences at California Southern University, please visit: http://www.calsouthern.edu/psychology Video Rating: / 5
Presented by Courtenay Gilmore Wilson, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, CDE, CPP
In this module Dr. Gilmore Wilson helps pharmacists understand that with repeated use of a substance, the brain changes and results in cravings and compulsive use of a substance despite negative consequences resulting in a substance use disorder. She then discusses the three medications currently approved to treat opioid use disorder, methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone.
This video is a project of the Governor’s Institute supported by the through funding from the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substances Abuse Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Strategic Prevention Framework for Prescription Drugs (CFDA #93.243), North Carolina Division of Public Health Injury and Violence Prevention Branch and the Centers for Disease Control. Collaboration and content development provided by the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists.
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The Freedom House is a substance abuse recovery center that has been treating patients in Chapel Hill for the last four decades. Cirque Productions worked with current and former residents to tell just some of the many success stories of the Freedom House Video Rating: / 5
Watch more How to Recognize & Treat Eating Disorders videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/507621-Eating-Disorder-Rehab-FAQs-Eating-Disorders
So if you’re looking for rehab for disorders, the first thing worth mentioning is you might find that not all disorder treatment centers call themselves rehab. Although some might, rehab is a term that we here used a lot that the addiction world uses to call their types of treatment centers, but there a lot of the structured treatment programs for eating disorders that are out there that provide good treatment.
What they generally consist of is a multidisciplinary treatment approach. So you may actually find a rehab center for eating disorders will be either working on an outpatient, or an inpatient basis, or a residential basis, but in any of those formats you’ll find that there are many different types of professionals that will be a part of your treatment and will work as a treatment team. So that will consist of someone like a psychologist or a psychiatrist that can offer you individual therapy. It may consist of a social worker that can work with your family or another type of family therapist that may consist of someone who can offer you medications. It may consist of other types of mental health professionals as well. Theses types of eating disorder treatment programs will offer really a range throughout the day of different types of group treatment in addition to individual treatment. So that you may have individual therapy groups, you may have nutrition groups to help advise you on different types of nutritional strategies for coping with your eating problems, and there are structured meals throughout the days in these centers, so breakfast, lunch, and dinner are supervised with staff; and with opportunities afterwards for processing the types of emotions that come up during these meals, as well as supervision for any types of eating problems like purging that may come up after meal time.
Inpatient and residential treatment centers are places that you stay overnight. You may come in and stay for a month, especially for anorexia nervosa, you may come in and stay two or three months or longer, depending on how long it takes to reach a place of medical health and full weight restoration.
So that will give you a little bit of a flavor of what eating disorders treatment centers or eating disorders rehabilitation centers will look like. It can feel like a big commitment to think about the process of entering into treatment in one of these centers, but often if you can just take the first step of getting yourself in the door there’s a lot that the treatment center can do to explain how their programs work and make the process of enter treatment as comfortable for you as possible. Video Rating: / 5
Dorairaj Prabhakaran, MD, DM, of the Centre for Chronic Disease Control, New Delhi, India, talks with DocWire News about the benefits of a yoga-based cardiac rehabilitation program.
Dr. Prabhakaran presented the results of the Yoga-CaRe trial is a multi-centre randomised controlled trial at the American Heart Association 2018 Scientific Sessions. Patients were recruited after acute myocardial infarction and randomised in 1:1 ratio to receive Yoga-CaRe program (13 in-hospital sessions supervised by an instructor with encouragement to practice regularly at home) or enhanced standard care (3 educational sessions). The study recruited 4014 patients from 22 cardiac centres across India. Yoga-CaRe trial is the largest trial of any form of cardiac rehabilitation to date and also of health benefits of yoga.
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Almost 40% of individuals suffering from alcohol or drug addiction struggle with other mental health disorders as well. Learn more in this short video.
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A co-occurring disorder is when an individual suffers from both substance abuse as well as a mental disorder. The most common mental disorders include: anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, PTSD, and schizophrenia. Approximately 9 million Americans suffer from co-occurring disorders. Only 7 percent receive treatment for both disorders. Co-occurring deserters increase the risk of poverty, illness, homelessness, and incarceration.
Unfortunately, they can be difficult to diagnose. Often, symptoms of substance abuse can mask symptoms of mental illness, and symptoms of mental illness can mask symptoms of addiction. This leads to a cycle of self-destruction. Because both disorders are so closely intertwined, treating just one disorder will not cause the other to improve. It is crucial that both be treated at the same time, using what is known as integrated treatment.
If you or anyone you know needs addiction treatment, call Mountainside at 860-824-1397.