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  • Journeys Philosophy of Care (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Journeys Philosophy of Care (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Journeys Philosophy of Care (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Consistently applying these 12 essential elements of Journeys will help you establish your goals, develop positive momentum, and gain long-term, successful recovery. (Slide count: 42) All PPT presentations are included in our All Access Membership—only $5/month per user—or purchase them separately for $9.99 each.
  • Understanding Substance Use Disorders (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Understanding Substance Use Disorders (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Understanding Substance Use Disorders (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Substance use behaviors of any kind can be described as an intense effort to fill an underlying hunger. This is not a hunger for food or nourishment, but rather for comfort, approval, and a yearning to fill an emotional emptiness. In this PowerPoint, we will examine primary reasons to engage in addictive behavior and consider some of the numerous consequences…
  • The 10 Core Principles of Recovery (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • The 10 Core Principles of Recovery (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • The 10 Core Principles of Recovery (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • In order to help your clients navigate successful, long-term recovery, we’ve developed ten core principles of recovery. Like using a map, these principles help set good goals, avoid some mistakes, and dodge unnecessary problems. And of course, following that map helps you accomplish a specific, desired result. Although many of our clients are willing to pursue long-term recovery, they lack…
  • Choosing to Accept Help (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Choosing to Accept Help (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Choosing to Accept Help (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Many co-occurring disorder clients enter chemical dependency treatment against their will. If they had their way, they may not come at all, or perhaps may try to delay treatment until much later. This PowerPoint is designed to stimulate a dialogue about common reluctances and resistance to treatment. It will help you examine your own hesitancies and reservations in the beginning…
  • Developing Your Recovery Attitude (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Developing Your Recovery Attitude (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Developing Your Recovery Attitude (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • To establish a successful recovery in chemical dependency and mental illness, having a positive, cooperative, can-do attitude can make an enormous difference. There are, however, many attitudes that can make recovery more challenging, more difficult, and less likely. Having a negative, defeated attitude can sabotage your progress in treatment. This skill-building exercise is designed to help you take a fiercely…
  • Applying Change Statements (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Applying Change Statements (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Perhaps somewhere along your recovery journey, you have become caught in your own negative thinking. Thoughts and beliefs influence our feelings and actions and can be either positive or negative. When the thought is negative and pessimistic, it may lead to worrisome, depressive feelings and careless or poorly planned actions. Many people regularly repeat self-deprecating statements to themselves. This presentation…
  • Overcoming Depression (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Overcoming Depression (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Depression is a medical and emotional illness that influences young and old, rich and poor. It is common in co-occurring disorders for patients to struggle with depression. The good news is treatment works. This presentation includes a depression self-evaluation, a myriad of depression facts, and numerous ways to manage your symptoms. Failure to deal with emotional issues such as anxiety…
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that often follows a severe traumatic event such as a natural disaster, surviving combat, rape, childhood neglect, abductions, airplane crashes, hostage situations, sexual or physical abuse, the death of a loved one, and many others. This PowerPoint outlines a wide variety of traumatic experiences. Between 25 and 42% of those seeking substance use…
  • Understanding and Managing Stress (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Understanding and Managing Stress (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Everyone gets stressed, and the list of stressors is almost endless. We are stressed out on our jobs, in our homes, and on the road in between. This PowerPoint will give you some ideas and strategies to reduce stress before it breaks you. Substance abuse and stress are intertwined. People often say one of the reasons they drink or use…
  • Changing Habit Patterns (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Changing Habit Patterns (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • This PowerPoint looks at numerous lifestyle preferences, both fulfilling and frustrating. It will give you an opportunity to carefully examine which areas of your life you would like to restructure, help you evaluate your current level of motivation, and make necessary changes. Furthermore, you will be better understand which of your behaviors and attitudes hinder change and damage your recovery.…
  • Anxiety with a Shot of Alcohol Abuse (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Anxiety with a Shot of Alcohol Abuse (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Many people who experience chronic feelings of anxiety about social situations, work, relationships, or other aspects of everyday life may reach for a beer or glass of wine to calm their distress. In this PowerPoint, you’ll learn the destructive interaction between alcohol and anxiety and look at how this seemingly pleasant escape of having a drink or two can quickly…
  • Rebuilding Trust (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Rebuilding Trust (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • When you lie, cheat, or deceive someone, trust is broken. The quality of the relationship is damaged and the way they see you going forward needs to be repaired. Rebuilding trust with someone is not just a decision to be made, it is a lifestyle change that requires consistent honesty with those you have hurt. Continued lying and cheating further…
  • Developing Hope (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Developing Hope (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Becoming addicted to drugs and alcohol can often bring a sense of discouragement and hopelessness. Failures and mistakes of the past are often the chief motivation for seeking help. Past difficulties all too often color the present moment. Previously failed treatment programs and relapse may add to your current level of discouragement. This PowerPoint is designed to build self-assurance and…
  • Changing the Way You Think (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Changing the Way You Think (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Changing the Way You Think (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Negative thoughts including inaccurate exaggerations, irrelevant thoughts, misperceptions, doubts, deceptions, and lies you tell yourself influence your feelings and actions and can drive your addiction. With substance use, these thoughts, feelings, and beliefs often become confused and distorted, leading to problematic actions. In this presentation, you will identify how negative thoughts influence your feelings and actions. As you begin to…
  • Examining Common Anxiety Disorders (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Examining Common Anxiety Disorders (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Anxiety disorders are very common, and about 40 million adults will experience an anxiety disorder in any given year. In this presentation, the six types of anxiety disorders are listed and signs and symptoms of anxiety disorders are discussed. Included is a general anxiety disorder scale. This PowerPoint includes an overview of treatment for anxiety disorders. Learn how to produce…
  • Identifying Anxious Thoughts (PowerPoint Presentation)
    • Identifying Anxious Thoughts (PowerPoint Presentation)
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    • Anxiety changes the way you think and feel. When you are feeling anxious, it is easier to look at everything with a negative view and imagine unpleasant and frightening things are going to happen. This pattern of thinking makes you even more anxious. We all look ahead, down the road, and into the future a bit, planning our days, looking…