Concurrent Treatment of Chemical and Behavioral Addictive Disorders since 1994

Part 3 0f 3 by Michael Yeager B.A., LCDC, C.ht, CAS www.contemporaryteaching.com 77 approved homestucy courses for counselor recertification In Auricular acupuncture, the “Shen Men, Kidney, Liver, Lung, Autonomic Nervous System” meridians are used to restore balance. Energy Psychology approaches like EFT/TFT/EMDR/TAT/Psy-K are used to uncover and release the unconscious resistances to healing, being about resolution to past traumas, fears etc. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, NLP, Voice Dialogue, Hypnosis and Solution Focused Therapy are incorporated to help get the person's cognitive thinking grounded as they reframe their internalization of life events and decide now how they want to relate t

2 of 3 Concurrent Treatment of Chemical and Behavioral Addictive Disorders since 1994

Treating BEHAVIORAL and Chemical Addictive behaviors together Part 2 of 3 TREATING BEHAVIORAL ADDICTIONS - Michael Yeager B.A., LCDC, C.ht, CAS, SAP, CTC As a addictions counselor, since 1/1/73) it has been my goal to find and facilitate recovery strategies that get results. In the 1980's when I was with Centennial Peaks in Boulder, Colorado I began this approach while being coached by Terry Kellogg, an advanced thinker in the addiction treatment field. All programs I've managed since then including my private practice have integrated this concept; all programs have experienced excellent results. The program I run in my practice is designed to treat the disease of addiction, so all behaviora

1 of 3 Concurrent Treatment of Chemical and Behavioral Addictive Disorders since 1994

Treating BEHAVIORAL and Chemical Addictive behaviors together Do you suffer from Prescription and/or illegal Chemical Dependency Eating Disorders Exercise - Health Addiction/Compulsion Video Game Addiction Compulsive Shopping Addiction Compulsive Spending Work Addiction Internet Addiction Problem Gambling Addiction Love Addiction Relationship Addiction Sex Addiction Sexual Anexoria Porn Addiction Other addictive compulsive behaviors By Rai Cornell Behavioral addiction refers to several mental health conditions in which a person engages in a particular behavior repeatedly; even if the behavior causes them harm—it may seem as if they simply cannot resist engaging in it. The World Health Organi

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