Role of families in addiction treatment

The podcast begins by addressing the widespread myth that individuals must want to recover to get better. It emphasizes that substance use impairs decision-making, making it difficult for individuals to make informed decisions about their health and recovery. Dr. Esra Çavuşoğlu introduces her guest, Heather Hayes, a renowned interventionist and therapist, highlighting her extensive expertise in the field of addiction treatment.

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In this Episode of Ayık Kafa

Heather explains that interventions are crucial in helping those struggling with addiction to start their recovery journey. This segment covers various aspects of addiction, emphasizing the significance of choosing the right rehabilitation program and effectively managing client resistance.

00:00-02:08 Introduction
02:08-06:05 Heather Hayes’ Personal Recovery Story
06:05-09:28 Comparison of Treatment Opportunities and Treatment Modalities in US
09:28-13:07 Origins of the 28-day Program and Challenges with Short Term Treatments
13:07-14:46 Importance of Extended Care
14:46-24:16 Understanding Family Dynamics in Recovery
24:16-33:16 Definition of Intervention and its Approaches
33:16-36:19 Substance Use Disorder Terminology
36:19-45:29 Early Intervention & Signs
45:29-46:48 Conclusion

Heather Hayes:
Instagram: @heatherrhayes

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