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How Can You Talk to Loved Ones about Their Trauma?How Can You Talk to Loved Ones about Their Trauma?

Author of Blind Devotion shares her experiences with her military husband's PTSD and offers thoughts on how to open communications.

Every relationship in which trauma is present in one or both parties is unique and must be negotiated carefully over time as healing comes to the trauma victim and to those around him or her.  Learn more  

Payoff Matrix Helps Clients Make Changes

A few tried-and-true practices can help clients struggling with addictions or chronic illnesses resolve to take the steps needed to change their behaviors and improve their health. Learn more

 
Reflective Listening Helps Build Rapport

Clients with co-occurring disorders often complain that treatment professionals don't listen to them. One active-listening technique can remedy this problem. Learn more

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Medication, Practices Help Patients with CODs Find Sleep
Many clients with co-occurring disorders experience sleep problems but have difficulties with sleep medications.

Latest Research on Treating PTSD and Addiction
Researchers at the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center highlight findings on the efforts to integrate treatment of co-occurring PTSD and substance use disorders.

 
Professional Development
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Focus on Integrated Treatment
This 35-module online course, when paired with clinic hours, provides clinicians with the training needed to achieve credentials in co-occurring disorders treatment.

Trauma And Addiction To Be Focus Of Conference
CENTER CITY, Minn., Sept. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The incidence of trauma and abuse has truly reached epidemic proportions, and those who suffer trauma sometimes turn to alcohol or other drugs to manage post-traumatic stress symptoms like nightmares, anxiety, insomnia, and dissociation.

Recovery Support

Helping Clients Follow Through
on Recovery Goals

Once clients see the connection between group work and the achievement of their own goals, they have the motivation they need to move toward recovery.

Screening & Assessment

Screening Tools Help in Assessing Trauma
Symptoms of trauma often take multiple forms, and those who've experienced a traumatic event are often unwilling to discuss it. These tools can help clinicians assess their clients.

Handouts

Living with Co-occurring Disorders and Mental Health DisordersLiving with Co-occurring Addiction and Mental Health Disorders includes exercises to introduce readers to the early stages of recovery. Download the worksheets

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Double Trouble in Recovery is an evidence-based, Twelve-Step peer support model for people with co-occurring disorders. Materials include a Basic Guide, a Guide for Professionals, and a DVD. Learn more

 
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Offender Reentry Program

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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment will support proposals to expand and/or enhance substance abuse treatment and related recovery and reentry services to sentenced adult offenders returning to the community. This program provides an opportunity for stakeholders to work together to give ex-offenders with substance use and/or co-occurring mental disorders the opportunity to improve their lives and develop the capacity and skills to become fully-functioning parents, employees and citizens. Learn more
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