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Updated to meet DMS-5 classifications, this flexible program draws from cognitive-behavioural, experiential, and Twelve Step approaches to help clients achieve lifelong recovery. Sessions can be easily customised for specific client populations or treatment tracks. Co-occurring Disorders is made up of sessions that focus treatment, phases of dual recovery, self-help groups, medication use, relapse prevention, and more. It includes a facilitator guide and ten client sessions with associated printable client worksheets. Co-occurring Disorders can be used as a supplement to Core Program by allowing a counsellor to integrate a client's mental health disorder treatment into his or her addiction treatment program. Session topics are:* Effects of Substance Use on Mental Health * What Are Co-occurring Disorders? * Comprehensive Treatment and Medications for Substance Use Disorders * Phases of Dual Recovery * Twelve Steps for Co-occurring Disorders * Mutual Self-Help Groups and Co-occurring Disorders * Important Issues about Mental Health Medications * Relapse Prevention I: Building a Recovery Support System * Relapse Prevention II: Making the Best Decisions * Seeking Help for Co-occurring Disorders
This book summarises the newest information on seasonal adaptation in animals. Topics include animal hibernation, daily torpor, thermoregulation, heat production, metabolic depression, biochemical adaptations, neurophysiology and energy balance. The contributors to this book present interdisciplinary research at multiple levels ranging from the molecular to the ecophysiological, as well as evolutionary approaches. The chapters of this book provide original data not published elsewhere, which makes it the most up-to-date, comprehensive source of information on these fields.
The book's subchapters correspond to presentations given at the 14th International Hibernation Symposium in August 2012 in Austria. This is a very successful series of symposia (held every four years since 1959) that attracts leading researchers in the field. Like the past symposia, this meeting - and consequently the book - is aimed not only at hibernation but at covering the full range of animal adaptations to seasonal environments. For the next four years, this book will serve as the cutting-edge reference work for graduate students and scientists active in this field of physiology and ecology..
Living on a damaged planet challenges who we are and where we live. This timely anthology calls on twenty eminent humanists and scientists to revitalize curiosity, observation, and transdisciplinary conversation about life on earth.
As human-induced environmental change threatens multispecies livability, Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet puts forward a bold proposal: entangled histories, situated narratives, and thick descriptions offer urgent "arts of living." Included are essays by scholars in anthropology, ecology, science studies, art, literature, and bioinformatics who posit critical and creative tools for collaborative survival in a more-than-human Anthropocene. The essays are organized around two key figures that also serve as the publication's two openings: Ghosts, or landscapes haunted by the violences of modernity; and Monsters, or interspecies and intraspecies sociality. Ghosts and Monsters are tentacular, windy, and arboreal arts that invite readers to encounter ants, lichen, rocks, electrons, flying foxes, salmon, chestnut trees, mud volcanoes, border zones, graves, radioactive waste-in short, the wonders and terrors of an unintended epoch.
Contributors: Karen Barad, U of California, Santa Cruz; Kate Brown, U of Maryland, Baltimore; Carla Freccero, U of California, Santa Cruz; Peter Funch, Aarhus U; Scott F. Gilbert, Swarthmore College; Deborah M. Gordon, Stanford U; Donna J. Haraway, U of California, Santa Cruz; Andreas Hejnol, U of Bergen, Norway; Ursula K. Le Guin; Marianne Elisabeth Lien, U of Oslo; Andrew Mathews, U of California, Santa Cruz; Margaret McFall-Ngai, U of Hawaii, Manoa; Ingrid M. Parker, U of California, Santa Cruz; Mary Louise Pratt, NYU; Anne Pringle, U of Wisconsin, Madison; Deborah Bird Rose, U of New South Wales, Sydney; Dorion Sagan; Lesley Stern, U of California, San Diego; Jens-Christian Svenning, Aarhus U.
A practical yet "out of the box" how to on making an income for the single parent, those in-between jobs, college students, and those who wish to pursue a dream.
Our Creativity is Defined by Our Imagination Life changes in many ways, at times in mere seconds or over a lifetime. It can be expressed through a few kind words, an artistic painting, and a cure for to a disease or being a role model to the younger generations. We all will leave a piece of ourselves behind to become a piece of history, for everyone to look back and reflect. It's found deep within, a place that we might not even know existed; a place where our thoughts, feelings and past live form of all our deepest wishes. Living life within is a symbol of what we can accomplish throughout our lives and if we only believe in ourselves, we can push everything to the limit. What mark will you leave behind?
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