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Commentary: Why the Term “Enabling” Does More Harm Than Good

Finally!!!!! Some on in the government is beginning to see the light. According to  Kimberly Kirby, PhD Director of the Parent’s Translational Research Center; Senior Scientist, enabling and using the term may do more harm than good. Well, yes, we at Sober coaching have been saying that for a long time.  You do not want to make it easier for your kid to use, but you don't want to abandon them either. So where do you turn? To "experts" who tell you how sick you are? Hardly. Let's get constructive and become our child's sober coach. There are many ways you can help, in fact ways probably only you, the parent, nose around the sober coaching site  for more information. Remember, FREE downloads and a peek at the workbook are available.  Here is an excerpt of what Dr. Kirby had to say: Commentary: Why the Term “Enabling” Does More Harm Than Good | The Partnership at : "The term “enabling” is commonplace in the field of addiction. It is

Texas Tech University-Collegiate Recovery Conference

Texas Tech University :: College of Human Sciences :: CSAR :: Collegiate Recovery Conference : "April 3-5, 2013 This is a great conference--I was Keynote speaker at one of the Texas Tech addiction conferences years ago and I love these people. We are excited to announce our 4th National  Collegiate Recovery Conference at Texas Tech University.  Mark your calendars for April 3-5 for three days filled with speakers, topics and workshops addressing recovery in higher education. Registration begins at 1:00 pm on Wednesday April 3rd at the McKenzie Merket Alumni Center on the campus of TTU.  The entirety of the conference this year is at the TTU Alumni Center with of course, our Celebration of Recovery held at the Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery Registration is now open! 'via Blog this'