Changing the Environment of California Addiction Treatment, Programs, and Professionals
Whether you call addiction treatment professionals “change agents” or “agents of change,” one thing is for sure, the goal is to help people make changes in their lives that lead to improvements in quality of life.
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All about IC&RC Examinations
Every IC&RC credential has a corresponding examination that professionals must pass before their certification process is complete. Requiring an examination provides employers, clients, and their families with the assurance that professionals in prevention, addiction treatment, and recovery have met internationally recognized standards of competency.
The term “codependency” has always been tethered to addiction. It is used to describe a person in a relationship with someone who is active in an addiction.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Cannabis Concerns, Part III: Marijuana and Hospice
Listening for Psychic Retreats
Alcohol and Tobacco Advertising
JSAT: Women with Substance Use Disorders
Hoarding and Interventions
Truth and Language
“And what is the truth?” asked Pontius Pilate (John’s Gospel, 18:38, Good News Bible). This question is asked in an exchange between Jesus and Pilate before Jesus was sentenced to death. It concerns the nature of language and how we seek to express and describe beliefs we believe or think are true.
Why Did She Jump? My Daughter's Battle with Bipolar Disorder
Why Did She Jump? conveys the heartbreaking tale of author Joan E. Childs’ experience of losing a daughter to suicide—suicide that was a direct result of bipolar I disorder.
U.S. Journal Training
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