What is Addiction Education?

Addiction Education is a hybrid of addiction/psychology education and an interactive process group designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the inner workings of addiction. It takes place daily in a classroom environment. Clients are able to identify their unhealthy behaviors and then replace them with functional behavior, which fosters interpersonal development and creates powerful neural connections. These neural connections in the brain elicit reduction in stress, anxiety and enable the client to experience intrinsic worth.

What are the Benefits of Addiction Education?

Clients are able to identify theire unhealthy behaviors and then replace them with functional behavior, which fosters interpersonal development and creates powerful neural connections. These neural connections in the brain elicit reduction in stress, anxiety and enable the client to experience intrinsic worth. Throughout therapy, these changes are continually reinforced—therefore becoming automatic to support a sustainable recovery.

AE results:

• Unhealthy Behaviors Identified
• Interpersonal Development
• Awareness of Involuntary Behaviors
• Healthy Behaviors Implemented

Geoffery Blaylock

Clinical Director

With over eight years of experience in counseling and lecturing on Chemical Dependency, Geoffrey has developed a great understanding of and appreciation for the importance of educating men in relation to the biological, psychological and social dynamics of addiction.

 

Geoffery Blaylock

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

With over eight years of experience in counseling and lecturing on Chemical Dependency, Geoffrey has developed a great understanding of and appreciation for the importance of educating men in relation to the biological, psychological and social dynamics of addiction.