Self-Improvement

The Road to Recovery - Understanding Diverse Cultures

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This show will underscore the need to understand the culture of specific communities as critical to success in providing recovery services.  Overcoming language barriers and appreciating the health-related beliefs and practices held by various diverse communities is becoming increasingly important with the rapidly changing demographics in our nation.  A "community" is defined here broadly, encompassing racial and ethinic groups as well as other clearly defined groups such as faith communities and military families.

The Road to Recovery - Peer Recovery Support - Leveraging Personal Experience in Helping Others

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Peer recovery support in behavioral health is a powerful and essential component of the recovery process. More recently, however, the recognition of the importance of peer support has led to more structured and intentional applications of this recovery support approach.  For example, many peer "recovery support specialists" and "recovery coaches" have received training on the most effective ways to help peers in recovery.

In The Studio - Davis Parent University

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Christy Freese, Chair, and Jodi Liederman, Founding Chair and Outreach Co-ordinator, of Davis Parent University.

topics discussed include: history of DPU, process of selecting topics and speaker, past topics and where you can see them, as well as community partnerships and volunteerism.

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Parent University 2013-14 - Mike Riera

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Davis Parent University presents 'An Evening with Mike Riera, PhD.'

Moderated by Pamela Wu, recorded on December 6th, Brunelle Theatre, Davis High School.

Mike's latest book "Staying Connected To Your Teen" is a follow up to "Uncommon Sense For Parents With Teenagers." Mike's philosophy is, "parents need to shift from being managers, to being consultants with their teens."