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Health Psychologist

Valerie Catt Joglar

Valerie Catt is a certified master mental health psychologist and a rehabilitation impact education coach with an advanced degree certificate in health and wellness coaching and rehabilitation education. Val has been creating online course curriculum since 2012 and has extensive experience in court mandated education services including elearning courses and impact coaching curriculum.

Drugs & Alcohol Awareness Series eCourse Curriculum

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  • 1

    Chapter 1: Drugs and Alcohol Series Including Prescription /street Drugs and Cannabis

    • The Truth About Drugs: Drugs have been part of our culture since the middle of the last century. Popularized in the 1960s by music and mass media, they invade all aspects of society. An estimated 208 million people internationally consume illegal drugs.

    • Alcoholism increases the likelihood of developing co-occurring conditions such as a substance use disorder. Mixing alcohol and other drugs together can lead to serious physical, behavioral and health complications.

    • Binge Drinking is often glamorized on TV and movies, but the truth is that there is nothing beautiful about it. Binge drinking involves a dangerous pattern of excessive alcohol consumption.

    • MAP OF MARIJUANA LEGALITY BY STATE: WONDERING WHAT THE LAW IS IN YOUR STATE? Marijuana laws are changing at a rapid pace across all 50 states, making things a bit confusing at times.

    • (19:41) 10 Secrets Marijuana Users Won't Tell You - YouTube

    • (06:08) What does Heroin do to your brain and body? | Earth Lab by Channel BBC Earth Lab

    • (08:20) I've been duped by alcohol | Paul Churchill | TEDxBozeman by Channel TedX Talks

    • (14:43) How I overcame alcoholism | Claudia Christian | TEDxLondonBusinessSchool

  • 2

    Chapter 2: Addiction, Risk Factors and the Rat Park Experiments

    • MOUSE PARTY: Ever wondered what mice were like on drugs? Just drag & drop a mouse on the red chair to explore the effects on the brain of seven common drugs. You might even get to take a look inside the brains to see how drugs disrupt the normal function.

    • (12:00) Risk factors for drug use and drug abuse by Channel Khan Academy Medicine

    • (01:42) Addiction an the Rat Park Experiments - Short Version - YouTube

    • (13:09) Understanding Addiction - Rat Park - YouTube

    • (04:52) Beating Drug Addiction - The Rat Park Experiment by Channel Wisdom Land

    • (09:57) Why I Stopped Smoking Weed... (Life Changing) by Vishuddha Das

    • (11:55) How to Stop Smoking Weed! (Improve Your Life) by Channel Vishuddha Das

    • EQ QUIZ: DRUGS AND ALCOHOL

  • 3

    Chapter 3: Drug Addiction and Dependence Intervention

    • Addictions begin with experimentation with a substance. There are many reasons someone might initially try a drug, including curiosity, peer pressure or stress and problems at work or home.

    • When asked to condemn the use of recreational drugs in the 1960’s, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of TM, refused to do so. He explained that drug users were the same as everybody else in that their primary motivation for everything they did was happiness.

    • Transcendental Meditation and recovery from addiction: A National Summit- A growing number of people are finding that Transcendental Meditation is an essential tool in their recovery.

    • Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a chronic, potentially life-threatening condition caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). By damaging your immune system, HIV interferes with your body's ability to fight infection and disease.

    • (25:40) Addiction and How to Overcome Addiction Teal Swan @TealSwan.com

    • (04:08) Everything You Know About Heroin Addiction Is Wrong by Channel Cracked

    • (05:41) Addiction (Kurzgesagt Archived video) by Channel Theatrum

    • (13:09) Understanding Addiction - Rat Park by Channel Let's Suffer Together

    • (09:41) Rewriting The Story Of My Addiction | Jo Harvey Weatherford | TEDxUniversityofNevada by Channel TedX Talks

  • 4

    Chapter 4: Drug Abuse, Relapse and Success

    • The Benefits of Using Hypnotherapy in Addiction Treatment: Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based treatment for addiction, which can also be used to treat a variety of other psychological difficulties.

    • When asked to condemn the use of recreational drugs in the 1960’s, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of TM, refused to do so. He explained that drug users were the same as everybody else in that their primary motivation for everything they did was happiness.

    • (22:18) Russell Brand: Freedom from Addiction Podcast (Part 1) by Channel Commune

    • (20:00) Having a Relapse? (Relapse Prevention, Recovery and How to Overcome Addiction Relapse) - Teal Swan - - YouTube

    • (16:52) Bob Proctor - Why Is Success Slipping Through Your Fingers by the SGR Program Bob Proctor

    • EQ QUIZ: SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION

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