Category: Videos

Video – Entering the Workforce as a Young Adult in Recovery

  This is the second in a series of talks regarding employment for those in recovery. This time, the topic turns to younger adults who have wasted early adulthood in addiction, and have not had the same experience in the workforce. In a sense, many of these young adults are entering the workforce for the…

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Video – The Changing Age of Addiction & Developmental Considerations

  If you’ve worked in addiction treatment for any length of time, you’ll recognize that our average client has changed recently. Older alcoholics who’ve often lived through significant life experiences both prior to and during addiction are being replaced by younger opioid addicts with drastically different backgrounds. The implications of this change are important to…

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Video – Getting Back to Work in Recovery

  For those in recovery, especially immediately after completing an addiction treatment program, getting back to work can be intimidating. A full-time career can also make recovery more challenging.   Toby Lineaweaver (MA, LMHC, Senior Clinician and Community Liaison) and Jennifer Rego (CADC, Case Management Supervisor) discuss.

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Video – An algorithmic guide for ongoing self-assessment

  Treating trauma and addiction as co occurring disorders is challenging. This self-assessment ‘algorithm’ can help clients recognize behaviors as reactive (if they are still controlled by their addiction/trauma) or responsive (if they are thinking behavior through as part of long-term recovery). Toby Lineaweaver (MA, LMHC) presents the topic.   For a PDF of the…

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Video – Following Doctor’s Orders

  Addiction recovery is easier when patients take a more serious approach, following their ‘doctor’s orders.’ Toby Lineaweaver (LMHC) and Alyssa Horton (NCRC-II) discuss.   Visit this link for a companion piece to the video.  

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