Resources

8th Annual Drug Prevention Summit

Created by
Drug Free America Foundation, Inc.
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Join together with drug prevention professionals from across the U.S. at our 8th Annual Drug Prevention Summit on February 17th and 18th, in Tampa, Florida. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to hear from many influential leaders, including U.S. Surgeon General, VADM Jerome M. Adams, M.D., M.P.H and Harvard Medical School Professor, Bertha K. Madras, Ph.D.

Atlas de Opioides

Os opiáceos são alguns dos medicamentos de alívio da dor mais eficazes para pacientes que sofrem de dor relacionada ao câncer e à cirurgia.

Infelizmente, medicamentos nesta classe também são usados como drogas de abuso. Apesar da acessibilidade e eficácia desses medicamentos, o acesso a opiáceos é altamente geograficamente variável.

CND Blog Maps

Created by
CND Blog

Desde o seu início em 2009, o Blog cnd tem como objetivo garantir a transparência e fornecer registros ao vivo das discussões que ocorrem na política de drogas da ONU para um.

Em consonância com esses esforços, o Blog CND lançou uma nova ferramenta emocionante: uma série de mapas que representam visualmente as posições do país sobre questões-chave da política de drogas.

Emotional Contagion: Everything You Need to Know

Created by
Clara Morris
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Emotional Contagion. Have you ever been in a bad mood and all of a sudden it seems like everyone around you is in a bad mood, too? Do you feel that your emotions and mood can be “caught” by others? Psychology says emotional contagion is the one responsible for how moods and emotions can affect others. Let this emotional contagion guide help you find out how “contagious” you are!

The Stages of Change Model of Overcoming Addiction

Created by
Elizabeth Hartney, PhD
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The “stages of change” or “transtheoretical” model is a way of describing the process by which people overcome addiction. The stages of change can be applied to a range of other behaviors that people want to change, but have difficulty doing so, but it is most well-recognized for its success in treating people with addictions.

Dual Relationships

Created by
GoodTherapy

In psychotherapy, a dual relationship occurs when a therapist has a second, significantly different relationship with their client in addition to the traditional client-therapist bond. For example, a therapist may find that the person seeking treatment happens to be their neighbor.

Should Addiction Counselors Disclose They Are in Recovery?

Created by
Beginnings Treatment Centers

Addiction therapy is often a personal and complex thing, which relies on interaction, bonding, and communication between counselors and their patients. This often happens because many of the people choosing to become addiction counselors were once addicted or dependent themselves, and chose to focus their energy on helping others to recover.

Therapeutic Relationships

The Importance of Therapeutic Relationships

A therapeutic relationship is an effective way to promote positive change in people. It involves building trust in order to encourage openness and honesty. This leads to better understanding. Those people who are undergoing any type of therapy will want this type of interaction with their therapist.

Prevenção que funciona

Created by
Education World

A escola é um dos principais ambientes para discutir com os jovens o impacto do uso de substâncias e oferecer intervenções de prevenção evidenciadas.

É vital que as mensagens que são transmitidas aos jovens sejam adequadas e entregues de forma significativa.