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Addictions: Helping Clients Grow Beyond 12-Step Dependency
10 CEUs Substance Abuse: Growing Beyond 12 Step Program Dependency

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1. What are some changes in the brain chemistry when using alcohol over a long period of time?
2. What are the key aspects of an addict’s relationship with the object of his or her addiction?
3. What are common signs of the internal conflict between the parent, child, and adult sides of the addicts personality?
4. When do clients with addictive personalities encounter resistance?
5. What are the common myths that addicts believe about expressing feelings?
6. What are the steps of effective choice that an addict might use?
That they won’t be able to stop crying, that acknowledging grief and disappointment will damage them, that they will become impulsive or violent if they express anger, that expressing feelings will increase pain, and that feeling positive feelings will get them hurt.
B. An object’s predictability, misplaced priorities, and confusion of intensity for intimacy.
C.  Paying attention to internal and external clues, using both intuition and practical reasoning, evaluating options and short-and long-term results, making a choice, committing to that choice, adapting to the unexpected.
D. receptors are filled with those foreign substances, your body’s own chemical transmitters can’t stimulate the cell properly, leading to delayed, inappropriate, or even an absence of the reaction
E. When they attempt to change their behavior.
F. Feeling obsessive, compulsive, or addictive; procrastinating; fighting or arguing with others; depression; dissatisfaction; irritability; exhaustion; anxiety; tension.

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