26th NW Conference on Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders
U.S. Journal Training brings you the 26th NW Conference on Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders (May 29–31, 2013 — Seattle, WA).
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When we speak about “cultural diversity” in the United States, typically the diversity in question refers to ethnic or racial diversity. However, there are many ways to be diverse, including diversity that is not immediately visible to the eye because it is not based on human physiognomy.
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The Never Enough Syndrome...
The Resilient Woman...
The Undefeated Mind...
Tweens, Teens & Anorexia
Young girls are routinely exposed to a media that promotes thinness, an older generation of chronic dieters, and a peer group that finds fault with the slightest of imperfections. Overwhelmed by pressures of their world, adolescents choose excessive dieting to control their lives and act out their frustrations of never being perfect enough.
Denial in Addicted Family Systems
Denial is a word that people in recovery use often. It generally refers to an addict who is denying their own increasing use and abuse of alcohol and/or drugs and its affect on their life. Or, it refers to someone around the addict who is denying the progression and impact of an addict's escalating addiction (sometimes referred to as an enabler).
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