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Alex draws from multi-disciplinary perspectives and evidence bases, ranging from trauma-informed care, family systems theory, and current categorizations of personality disorders. The information presented is further informed by clinical practice and the application of family systems work and trauma informed care to treat the underlying factors precipitating active substance use disorders.
How do the four "ultimate concerns" of life - death, freedom, isolation, and meaninglessness - affect the way we live? How can our ways of coping with these givens of existence give way to pathology? Watch this episode of The Socratic Method as Clark and Cody consult psychotherapist Alex Ribbentrop to discuss Yalom's textbook and the answers it provides to these questions.
Check out the webinar to learn more about addiction, recovery, family and personality. Learn about evolution plays a role in trauma, how therapy and treatment helps, and why intergenerational factors are so important.
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