Ethics Standards through a Co-Occurring Lens
The new co-occurring disorder professional (CCDP) certificate announced by CCBAC in California this week prompted me to consider unique ethical issues that might be raised in working with this population.
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In many ways, it really does “take a village”—a phrase some therapists call the “Barbara Streisand Effect”—meaning we need other people in our lives to love, support, and nurture us.
This is the first of a two-part feature on wisdom recovery prepared by a newly created group of individuals with decades of experience in the world of healing and recovery.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Wisdom Recovery, Part I
Utilizing Smartphone Technologies in Recovery
The Future of Addiction Treatment
Cross-Cultural Addiction Psychiatry
JSAT: Examining Scheduling Processes
The Impaired Professional, Part I
Spirituality and Language
We live in a country that respects and encourages freedom of thought; we share ideas and disagree (hopefully) without being disagreeable.
Finding Freedom Through Illumination: Achieving Christ-Consciousness
“Christ-consciousness” may be a new term for some, but it has been known by many names: enlightenment, satori, kensho, samadi, moksha.
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