We must be united in the war against addiction! My mission is to unite organizations,support groups, and everyone else who needs a helping hand. I am here to educate equip and develop a Recovery resource Network. My hope is that everyone gets the help they need and no one is left behind or alone in their fight for freedom from addiction. Join me and lets fight the good fight! Our Philosophy: Instigate, Agitate, Educate, and Liberate!
Jesus Christ is the Truth the Life the Way !
Techniques employed during treatment and
early stages of recovery are different than those used to support
long-term recovery. This webinar outlines the differences between
professionally directed, long-term treatment planning and
patient-directed long-term recovery planning and the role of addiction
professionals in long-term recovery of their clients and families. The
presenters will also explore recovery-focused reconstruction of
identity, character, relationships, and resiliency marked by spiritual
self-transcendence, mutual dependence, humility, tolerance, respect and
service to others (“recovery as a process of getting out of oneself”) in
comparison to techniques of individual, group, and family recovery that
focus on enhancing self-knowledge, self-development, self-assertion,
self-control, self-confidence, and self-esteem (“treatment as a process
of getting into oneself”).
You Can Make a Difference: Join a NAADAC Committee
Would you like to play a major role in finding solutions to the many
challenges facing addiction professionals? Ready to bring your knowledge
and expertise to the table?
Join a NAADAC committee and help address healthcare reform, parity,
licensure and funding for the profession. We do this by strengthening
and elevating our professional status, providing training and advocacy,
providing up-to-date information to our members and working
collaboratively with other stakeholders. More Information
Reason #16 I Love My NAADAC Membership:
NAADAC members receive reduced rates for malpractice and liability insurance for individuals and agencies.
Medical and dental insurance is also available. NAADAC members also
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National Council of Asian Pacific Americans Policy Summit
May 9, 2013 from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM in Washington, DC
NAPAFASA, in partnership with the American Psychological Association's
Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs through its Ethnicity and Health in
America Series, is raising awareness concerning the chronic condition of
stress among America's Asian and Asian American communities.
The forum, which is hosted in partnership with the DC Mayor's Office on
Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs, the Montgomery County Asian American
Health Initiative, and AARP, will focus on family expectations and
demands as it relates to stress. It will begin with a film screening
of CAN: What does it take to heal from mental illness, a
documentary film by Pearl J. Parks. After the film screening the
panelists will guide the open discussion on sources of stress,
cultural/racial factors associated with those stressors as it impacts
Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander families, and how
to access resources to cope with the burden of stress. Panelists
include Charissa Cheah, PhD, Derek Iwamoto, PhD, Matthew Miller, PhD,
and Myron Dean Quon, Esq. RSVP by May 7, 2013 by clicking here.
Fully Alive: Exploring the Mind-Body-Spirit Connection to Health and Healing May 18, 2013
Dynamic 8-contact hour workshop in Sedona, AZ at Best Western Arroyo
Roble Hotel designed for personal and professional development. Optional
20 contact hour session available for health care professionals. Learn
about thriving in stressful times, spiritual nutrition, meditation,
humor, happiness and health, healing environments, and art therapy. To
register, go to www.allegralearning.com or call 760-231-9678.