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lcoholism and drug addiction is a disease that impacts the physical, spiritual, and psychological aspects of its victims.
This presentation, entitled The Hidden Dynamics of Addiction, takes a unique approach in helping others understand the
psychological aspects of addiction. The audience will learn about the hidden dynamics behind the alcoholics perception of
self,how they impact his/her window to the world, and how they influence continued drinking or drug use.
This presentation will provide valuable insight into the common thoughts and feelings of most alcoholics and addicts.
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the importance of embracing the 12-step philosophy.
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better understand addiction.
Johnny Patout, LCSW is the CEO of New Beginnings Recovery Center in the state of Louisiana in the United States. He has over 32 years of sobriety and 30 years of experience in the field of addiction treatment
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