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The Need for Cross-Cultural Counseling in Addiction Treatment
The new push for addiction counselors these days is to be client centered. This means a big push on compassion, collaboration, and especially meeting clients where they are, but what does that really mean? To meet clients where they are, should we have to understand their cultures? And if so, how do we do so?
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Riding the Winds of Change
What I have learned “for sure” in my thirty-one years of clinical practice is that we can never be assured of anything in life. Many circumstances and plans do indeed come out as expected, and happy events are met with joy, laughter, and in some cases, sighs of relief.
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Happy Birthday, NACoA
Thirty-five years ago, twenty young professionals in the fields of addiction, mental health, and education gathered in Santa Barbara to discuss their work with young and adult children from alcoholic families. From that gathering, the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NaCoA) became a reality.
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