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Show Topic: In the TC model, but not limited to this model, are five integrated core competencies that must be addressed while going through the treatment experience. Today we're going to to discuss three aspects within the Emotional / Psychological competency that must be identified, examined/validated, addressed, and resolved, PRIOR to leaving the treatment setting. We're talking about ones Fears, Insecurities, and Inadequacies. We'll disucss why this particular competency is integral to overall success in Recovery, and some tools for initiating the process.
Show Segments: Happy Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
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Show Topic: You're progressing through treatment. You've turned the corner. You see the end of the treatment road on the horizon. The end of the safety of the cocoon is near. Your tool kit is stocked. It's now about repetition, practice, and exercising your new or readjusted attitutude and behaviors. Then BOOM (or BAM), you blow it up. You "engineer" a relapse. You SABOTAGE yourself, and the process. Why do we do this to ourselves?!?
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Show Topic: We have covered numerous subjects on the recovery experience for the addict. Today we'll initiate our Counselor 101 Series which will cover The Counselor for the recovering addict. What is our role? What are the do's and dont's? What are some of the most common issues faced by treatment organizations, with The Counselor?
Show Segments: Happy Recap/News Update, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
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Show Topic: The encounter group is one of, if not, the, back bone group of the therapeutic community milieu. For participants it is important to understand and know the purpose of the group and your role in it. For staff it is important to be well trained in the facilitation of the group and to understand your role in it. it is without a doubt the most challenging group to participate in, and facilitate. We will discuss the group, it's dynamics, and how it translates to the outside world, post treatment.
Show segments: Happy Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Tim
Many patients at some point decide that it is time to consider other options other than fertility treatment. The transition from treatment to adoption can be rough if patients aren't prepared. Our guests to help with this preparation are Stella Gilgur-Cook, LCSW, and Assistant Director of Outreach Spence-Chapin Services to Families & Children; and Pat Irwin Johnson, author of Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families. Fertility treatment, donor egg vs. adoption, embryo donation vs. adoption, adopting after infertility, going back into fertility treatment after having adopted
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OCGRadio WILL NOT BE ON LIVE TODAY AS OUR BROADCAST HOST IS STILL WORKING TO RESOLVE OUR BROADCAST ISSUES THAT WE EXPERIENCED DURING THE LAST SHOW. WE PLAN TO BE BACK LIVE NEXT TUESDAY. PLEASE ENJOY OUR REPLAY OF OUR "FORGIVENESS" SHOW.
This show seemed to be quite popular despite the technical issues that interrupted the show. We're playing an edited podcast after removing the interrupt point so the show is only about 90 minutes long.
Infertility treatment is expensive. How can an average person afford to pay? Health insurance can be used to pay for some parts of treatment and clinic affordability programs, such as shared cycles and multi-cylce plans, can bring down the cost of fertility treatment.
Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit, interviews Davina Fankhauser, Co-founder and President of Fertility Within Reach, and an expert on policy related to benefits for fertility treatment and preservation.
For a discussion of this show, go to our blog tomorrow http://creatingafamily.org/blog/.
Creating a Family has many free resources related to this topic on our website at www.CreatingaFamily.org.
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Is high risk disease progress, the key to a cure for all myeloma patients? And what can researchers do to get new therapies to work for more than 30% of relapsed patients? Multiple myeloma has many different treatment options and the path patients' follow is different depending on response. In fact in some cases a disease that starts out as low risk may one day progress to high risk. That is why the treatments for these higher risk diseases is so important. A new therapy would need to show efficacy across different lines of therapy. CureTalks' myeloma panel is talking to Dr. Ola Landgren on high risk disease, progress, and cure.
Please join host Frankie Picasso for a very special show on Thursday August 27th when my guest is Police Constable Gareth Ward who is campaigning diligently to help his super hero buddy, 5 year old Luke Brewer and family fly to America where Luke will be treated for cancer in October.
Luke was recently diagnosed with Rabdomysocoma, a type of sarcoma that attacks connective tissue and usually hits children 1 to 5 years old. As treatment is unavailable in the UK, Luke and his family need to come to the USA and the course of therapy will take 7 weeks.
Gareth hopes to raise enough to bring the family for treatment and have a little left over to send Luke to Disneyland as a special treat for the brave little man.
To date, Gareth has been able to raise a little over £1000, but this is still a long way off the target of £2000 he needs.
In addition to the Go Fund ME site: http://gofundme.com/lukethesuperhero Gareth is also planning to raise money by participating in a 9bar9x9 running event in Luke’s name. This is an 81km endurance run held in Guildford, Kent, UK, on 10 October and Gareth will be running it in full police gear weighing approximately 42 lbs. In addition to all of this, Gareth also designed some amazing super hero wrist bands that are also a fund raiser and can be purchased on Facebook by going to https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=427589130758195&id=232219716961805
Please join us to help raise money for Luke and CALL US to send your POSITIVE MESSAGES of LOVE to Luke who I know will listen to the show and love to hear your words of encouragement.
Jack Mandaville of Ranger Up and starring in upcoming Feature Film Range 15 will be talking with Stew and the Nunn about all things going on in the Ranger Up world and his role in the movie that has taken the internet by storm even before filming! Jack is a USMC Combat Veteran serving as an Infantryman.
Heaven and Earth Oasis is having success in restoring energy, recovery and other trauma-related issues with an array of alternative treatments. The U.S. Army studied the effectiveness of complementary therapies in 2007 that are also employed by Heaven and Earth Oasis. These include reiki that has been found to be effective in treating hyper-arousal, anxiety, panic and tension induced physical pain.The program was so successful that U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey said it should be replicated throughout the military.
More Guests Announcements coming soon!! Check back often.
GRASP/ Broken No More & Partners 2015 International Overdose Awareness Day Events
GRASP/ Broken No More and Partner Organizations Listed
Host Events Across the United States to Commemorate International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31
Grieving Parents Memorialize Lost Loved Ones, Celebrate Advances in Overdose Prevention and Call for Further Change
GRASP/ Broken No More
Virtual SiteSeeing Tour Bus goes across country.