Shame lies at the very heart of the disease of addiction. The goal of this training is to give clinicians, or anyone in a therapeutic relationship with addicts of any kind, the knowledge and tools to both recognize and effectively treat shame. Participants will be able to understand the various synonyms for shame, which they can use in their practice. The trainer will present on the work of Brene Brown as well as the program of Alcoholics Anonymous and all its various iterations. Participants will have the opportunity to demonstrate an awareness of how to provide empathy for their clients and how to direct clients to nurture it within their own relationships. The participants will understand the common belief systems and shame patterns in Adult Children of Alcoholics as well as the concept of "Carried Shame". Research presented will include but not be limited to Brene Brown, Mark Williams, Jon Kabat Zinn, Ernest Kurtz, Janet Woititz and the AA and NA programs respectively. This training is appropriate for all skill levels and combines elements applicable to each of the NAADAC Eight Counselor Skill Groups. |
This training will prepare participants to:
Identify common defenses for shame in their clients,
Identify ways that shame has both served and harmed their clients,
Demonstrate an awareness of how empathy serves as the primary tool for resolving shame,
Assist their clients in "mining" for shame within the context of the identified culture of that specific client, and
Implement tools, researched by members of the academic and therapeutic community, that have been proven to erode and begin healing the client's negative perceptions of self.
9:00 - 9:10CDTC Staff Announcements & Introductions
9:10 10:15Defining Shame
Common Defenses for Shame in Addicts ~ Population Specific discussion
Cultural Shame & Carried Shame
10:15 - 10:30Break
10:30 - 12:00The Antidote of Empathy
12:00 - 1:00Lunch ***On Your Own***
1:00 - 2:30Addressing Negative Self-perception
2:45 4:15Shame and Perfectionism
Reframing Rebellion and Resistance for Recovery Advantage
4:15 4:30CDTC Staff Wrap Up and Closing
Tim Craley, MA, CADC II is a counselor on the men's team at Hazelden Springbrook, part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. He has his masters in Addiction Studies and has been working at Springbrook for 7 years. He works with all ages on the men's side and specializes in working with addicted health professionals. He was also one of the founding members of the LGBTQ treatment track at the Springbrook campus.
Hazelden's Springbrook, Oregon campus in Newberg, is part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Their evidence-based addiction treatment practices provide clients with the best foundation for lifelong recovery. In addition to their acclaimed residential addiction treatment and extended care programs, they specialize in addiction treatment for those with co-occurring trauma disorders. They are also recognized for their health care professionals program, their LGBTQ-sensitive care, and their innovative opiate addiction treatment program.
This course has been approved by CDTC,
as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for 6 CE. NAADAC Provider #721, CDTC is responsible for all aspect of their programing.
Full attendance is required to receive credit; variable credit for partial attendance may not be awarded.
PeaceHealth Southwest Mill Plain Campus Health Education Center (View)
600 N.E. 92nd Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98664
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|