Presented by: Kenneth Chance, D.Div. and Robert Potter, LASAC, Arrowhead Lodge Recovery
| NAADAC Free Webinar – National Association for Addiction Professionals
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 @ 3 – 4:30pm ET (2pmCT/1pmMT/12pmPT)
| The growth rate for Americans over the age of 60 is expected to grow at a rate of 65% over the next five years. The prevalence of addiction substance use disorders and trauma among adults age 40 and older is also growing at a very fast rate. Older adults who complete 30 days or less in an inpatient/residential treatment centers often relapse shortly after discharge.
This is due to several factors including generational and gender beliefs and creating a therapeutic alliance. This webinar will help participants become more aware of some of the clinical challenges in treating this older population as well as gain insights into the role that mindfulness and meditation play in SUD (substance use disorder) and trauma recovery from both a clinical and spiritual perspective.
Dr. Kenneth Chance, D.Div. is the founder and CEO/President of Arrowhead Lodge Recovery. He is the author of “Confessions of a Closed Male; A Story of Spiritual Awakening” and the visionary for the Arrowhead Lodge Model of recovery. Ken practices a no-nonsense approach to recovery based upon the twelve spiritual principles of Alcoholics Anonymous that have helped millions recover from alcoholism.Through his own personal recovery, Ken has experienced not only the ravages of the disease of alcoholism; he has also experienced the effect of an untreated co-occurring disorder. For this reason he is committed to provide proven medical, psychological and spiritual resources to all who suffer from addiction. He enjoys the outdoors and is often on his motorcycle riding through the northern Arizona mountains.
Robert Potter, MS, LASAC, CSAT, has clinical behavioral health experience in detox, inpatient, residential and outpatient. A person in long-term recovery, Bob combines mindfulness and an eastern spiritual practice with evidence based therapy such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing as well as the spiritual principles of 12-Step work. He holds a Master’s of Science degree in addiction counseling and is a licensed substance abuse counselor and a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT).
“NAADAC is the premier global organization of addiction focused professionals who enhance the health and recovery of individuals, families and communities.” – NAADAC Vision Statement adopted 1998
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery – Rehab for Men
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery is a gender specific rehab for men, ages 30 and older; located in the beautiful mountains of Prescott, Arizona. We provide addiction and depression treatment for men who suffer from alcoholism; as well as treating co-occurring disorders.
We use a multi-disciplinary addiction treatment approach implemented by licensed professionals. The Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Staff includes a Physician-Addictionologist, Addiction Psychiatrist, Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Registered Nurse, several Licensed Therapists, and an addiction Nutritionist.
Mindfulness training, healthy exercise, nutritional counseling and education, cognitive behavioral therapy and psychoeducation are a part of our treatment program. We have chosen to keep our facility small and staff to client ratio large. Each client receives individual therapy and counseling; as well as group therapy and counseling.
Addiction Recovery Journey
Start your journey to Addiction Recovery by contacting Arrowhead Lodge Recovery. Our men’s addiction recovery center is located in the pristine mountains above Prescott, AZ.
Your confidentiality is assured when you contact us.
You are invited to speak personally and privately with Executive Director Dr. Kenneth Chance at (888) 654-2800.
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