Managing the Medusa: The Neurobiology of Addiction, Intervention, and Recovery
Start Date: January 29, 2015
End Date: January 29, 2015
Thursday, January 29, 2015 @ 3-4pm ET (2 CT/ 1 MT/12 PT)
Having a plain-language method for understanding and communicating how addiction develops and why some approaches are necessary and effective to initiate and sustain recovery can be very helpful in initiating and sustaining recovery. This free webinar will equip clinicians with the skills to discuss the neurobiological structures and processes involved in addictive disease, effective intervention, and relapse prevention and recovery with clients and client support systems (typically, families).
- Identify the three primary layers of the brain and their essential functions
- Explain the basic processes and structures involved in the disease of addiction
- Understand how neurobiology informs effective intervention and promotes recovery
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Registration Url: http://www.naadac.org/managingthemedusa