The Meadows is the most trusted name in treating the effects of trauma and addiction. Our legacy extends over 35 years with more than 20,000 clients and another 25,000 workshop attendees having chosen The Meadows to support their hopes and dreams for a sober and fulfilling life style.
Whether you’re entering treatment for the first time or find yourself in relapse, The Meadows treatment model is unparalleled in producing successful outcomes for recovery, as well as a renown, time tested and proven model for treating trauma and addiction.
By Brene Brown, LMSW, PhD
Way too many families today are experiencing tremendous anxiety. Dr. Brene Brown explains that It’s a result of having to face increasing volatile shifts in our social world. As a result of the anxiety, we now are seeing children and parents struggling with many of the same issues: addiction, depression, violence, bullying, behavioral health crises, and increases in pervasive feelings of disconnection. This enlightening training offers solutions as Dr Brown explains the impact of focusing our family systems intervention around the concepts of connection, love and belonging. She is strong in her message of how authenticity and resilience are vital components of connection and belonging. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
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As helping professionals, regardless of our field of practice, empathy and use-of-self are our primary tools. Our success depends on our ability to develop meaningful and deep connections with our clients. In this workshop, we will discuss some of the major barriers to practicing empathy - especially with clients who use disconnection as a primary strategy for self-protection. We will also talk about the critical role that empathy plays in shame resilience and what specific strategies can be used to address disconnection and increase empathy and connection. This presentation by Brene Brown, PHD is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
By John Bradshaw, MA MSP, THA, MSP, THA
John Bradshaw, MA will use the material from his new book Reclaiming Virtue to show you how to develop and enrich your moral intelligence and help your clients do the same. Based on the latest findings of Neuroscience, you will learn how your mind can change your brain. You will learn how to develop your emotions and use them for precise decision making, how to be free of binding toxic shame, and how to develop your imagination to help you find new and better alternatives in this original and cutting edge work.This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
In this cutting-edge lecture, John Bradshaw, MA brings forth a strong case for the role of therapy in forming moral intelligence. In his latest book, Reclaiming Virtue, John draws the conclusion that humans possess a unique innate moral intelligence — defined as “right practical reasoning in making good choices.” John argues that this ability to choose well is marred by addictions and emotional illness. Focusing on the critical part played by emotion and volition in making mature choices, he offers specific ways in which effective therapy can invigorate and restore one’s moral intelligence in this Featured Course. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
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