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Collective Intervention Strategies for Medical Professionals

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Learn to identify and describe Collective Intervention Strategies and how they can be utilized in your practice.

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Collective Intervention Strategies for Medical Professionals

  1. 1. Collective Intervention Strategies for Medical Professionals 2019
  2. 2. CIS - Especially Designed For Physicians
  3. 3. About Dr. Louise Stanger • Clinician-Educator • Interventionist • Falling Up A Memoir of Renewal- Amazon • The Clinicians Guide to Addiction Interventions- Ruthledge 2018 • Widow, Wife, Mother, Grandmother • Soul Cycler- Adventurer
  4. 4. How did you arrive ? Mindful: or Mindfull
  5. 5. Objectives • Identify, Describe and Introduce CIS • Define & Describe & Identify how shame, trauma, addiction, mental & physical health effect families • Demonstrate the power of family mapping & science of portraiture in CIS • Share invitational vocabulary
  6. 6. Demonstrate CIS -Case Studies Clinical & Reverse Interventions In Medical Settings and Elsewhere
  7. 7. Create Possibility Aspiration that a better life is possible
  8. 8. Substance Abuse- Addiction Mental Health- Depression/Anxiety Chronic Pain-Physical Maladies Relationship failures - Legal But-how do our clients arrive?
  9. 9. Problematic Behaviors Substance Abuse- Mental Health Chronic Pain & Codependency & Process Disorders -Sex, Gambling,Work, Debiting, Spending, Shopping ,Religiosity, Disordered Eating, Digital etc.
  10. 10. ASAM March, 2011 A Primary Chronic Disease of the brain reward, motivation, memory and related circusy Dysfunction leads to Biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations Individual pathologically pursing reward or relief thru substances
  11. 11. Chronic Pain 133 million People Experience Chronic Pain 1 in 5 globally (more women then men ) 65% of all people experience chronic pain once in their life 75 % of all heroin users started with a prescription Annual cost of $365 billion , $154 For young people 151 people die daily (CDC)
  12. 12. Mental Health Issues Anxiety Depression Narcissism PTSD Bi-Polar Personality Psychosis Phobias
  13. 13. Shame
  14. 14. Trauma
  15. 15. Definitions of TraumaOverwhelming experiencing that cannot be integrated and elicit animal defensive mechanisms and dysregulated arousal “A stress that causes physical or emotional harm that you cannot remove yourself from” Larke Huang , Director of Health Care Equity at SAMSHA
  16. 16. Trauma is objective What happened ( I was date raped , humiliated , I fell of a ladder, had a concussion, was in a terrible accident etc
  17. 17. Trauma is subjective : How do I perceive the situation ? Relationship to early child- hood experiences - and Alcoholism Adverse Childhood Experience- 17,000 patients -Kaiser- effects of trauma are cumulative and one of most destructive forms is recurrent calling and humiliation
  18. 18. What do your Clients Say about Trauma ???? Verbal abuse Physical abuse Witnessing a tragedy Not being told about something Accidents Divorce Death
  19. 19. Addiction -Attachment Disorder Values are lost as we attach to substances and other unhealthy behaviors
  20. 20. Dr. Louise A. Stanger “An Intervention is an invitation to seek and accept care “
  21. 21. Professional Interventionists are Called when Families are Fearful ,Angry &Confused Attached to the Problem Cognitively and emotionally Dis- regulated Attempts have failed
  22. 22. Collective Intervention Strategies Louise Stanger Ed.D, LCSW, CDWF, CIP
  23. 23. Why CIS? • Collective - In that to be successful there must be a team of Families, Friend, Collegues, Associates, business partners , managers or co-workers assembled to bring about change • Intervention- In that we seek to move (i.e/ motivate a person to a place of change) • Strategy, in that nothing is set in stone ; we may adapt the process as needed
  24. 24. • Strength Based • Solution Focused • People are Teachable • Change is Possible • The Present is Important • We can rise to our best possible self Philosophical Underpinnings
  25. 25. Theoretical Underpinnings Salvador Minuchin Virginia Satir. TFT Bowen , Family Systems Bowlby, Attachment Monica McGoldrick- Family Systems Therapy
  26. 26. Theoretical Strategies • Motivational Interviewing • Cognitive Behavioral • Acceptance & Commitment • Values Clarification • Solution Focused • 12 Step or other Self help • Mindfulness • Breathing
  27. 27. Counseling Skills Used • Listening- Empathy • Genuine • Unconditional Positive Regard • Concreteness • Reflecting- Echoing Key words • Body Language • Open Ended Questions • Paraphrasing- Summarizing • Counselor Self Disclosure • To Do Not Harm
  28. 28. Collaborator I am the mirror who reflects back their pain, their fears their voices. I am the inquirer who asks difficult questions, who searches for evidence and patterns. I am the companion on the journey bringing my own story to the encounter, making possible an interpretive collaboration, I am the audience who listens , laughs , weeps an applauds. I am the spider women spinning their tales.. I am the therapist who offers cathaersis support and challenge… I am also the stage manager coordinating the intersection of three plays-the story teller, the narrator and the readers inviting your voice to the drama” Sara Lawrence Lightfoot
  29. 29. Interventions Include a Village of Potential Change Agents Participants are experts Value Driven Solution Focused Evidenced Based Interventionists job is to bring people together for the common good and to identify SA, MH and other issues
  30. 30. Families are taught • The nature of substance abuse process and mental health disorders. If appropriate about chronic pain syndrome or other medical legal problems • The way an intervention is conducted • The active and instrumental part they have in moving someone to change
  31. 31. Clinician Interventionsist Must Be able to : • Develop a Team • Do a Family Map that engages everyone • Do a Retrospective -bio-psycho-social • Develop case strategy • Create Treatment Plan & Placement • Case Management • Follow with Aftercare • Facilitate Family Engagement in the healing process • Have Concierge Capabilities • ETHICS are Paramount
  32. 32. Dr. Louise Stanger “An Intervention requires Crucial Conversations”
  33. 33. Collective Perspectives Bringing Folks Together For The Common Good
  34. 34. Intervention Teams What are your Protocols ?
  35. 35. Clinical & Reverse Interventions
  36. 36. Hospital Interventions • The ER • Short Term Motivational Interviewing • Referral Team
  37. 37. Interventions in Your Office • Mother comes in Worried about her daughter • Daughter comes in worried about her mother • Another Physican comes in worried about his/her colleague
  38. 38. Chronic Pain Patients
  39. 39. Reverse Intervention
  40. 40. Clinical Intervention
  41. 41. Family Mapping A Way into Story
  42. 42. Dr. Louise Stanger “A Successful Intervention has the Potential To Transform not just the Identified Client but the Entire Family”
  43. 43. Meet Ricardo Prostrate Cancer Depression Anxiety Heavy drinker, smoker,some , pills and meth Once successful know works graveyard shift at Amazon Kasier Patient
  44. 44. Meet Sylvia-62 Hoarder- Depression- Substance Misuse • A-Valium from Mom • B= Suicide adopted son, two daughters, Husband had affairs • Stole money from dying mother, collects, collects, collects little trinkets • C-Cognition Problems, MH/SA/RO Early Dementia
  45. 45. Meet Sally
  46. 46. Chronic Pain
  47. 47. 100 Million- One in Ten Americans - 1.5 Billion Globally
  48. 48. Concussions Facial pain Neck Pain Accidents -Driving, Texting Exercising, Weekend Warrior Tasks Hips, Knees , Shoulders
  49. 49. Low back pain Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis Migraines Fibromyalgia Pelvic Pain Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  50. 50. Common Types of Chronic Pain • 28% Low Back Pain • 15% Migrane or Headache • 15 % Neck Pain • 4 % Facial Pain • #1 Cause of long term disability
  51. 51. Impact of Chronic Pain on Families • Person with Pain • - Pain that does not show • -Fluctuating Activity Levels • -Isolation in home and income • -Unpredictable Mood Swing • Doubt about reality of Pain • Loss of friends, job, productivity • Loss of plans , hope for the future • Family Members • -Inability to see or feel pain • Increased responsibility for maintaining home and income • Loss of personal support system • Emotional Outbursts of person with pain’Added Daily stress • Loss of plans and hope for the future
  52. 52. Who would of ever thought Canoeing
  53. 53. Meet Maddi 10 operations - 6 treatment centers
  54. 54. First major accident age 14 Family History of SA , MH and Molestation Pain Body, Sexual Assault Trainer For past 9 years has been in and out of treatment centers Walking on crutches or not walking at all
  55. 55. Maddi gains trust with primary clinician Maddi gains trust with exercises Maddi Starts to talk to therapist Family is confronted with their substance abuse and their need to detach Maddi experiences a difference in family Maddi experiences a Community Integration Approach Maddi could be your next client
  56. 56. Accepted to premed
  57. 57. Meet Helen - 62 y.o FemaleHip replacement Knee replacement’ Shoulder Constant pain-anxiety Cancer survivor Tried to commit suicide Angry Husband & Family Addicted
  58. 58. IN THE BEGINNING Not able to take breaths - use of Heart Math Self Esteem was missing Smile was gone Only memories of what once was
  59. 59. I Have Lost Relationships Money Self Esteem Ability to Walk Smile
  60. 60. Strategies 15 day detox- Pain still 20% due to Hyperalgesia Education Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Mindfulness Mediation Yoga etc - Canoeing- walking Peer Support
  61. 61. Strategies 15 day detox- Pain still 20% due to Hyperalgesia Education Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Mindfulness Mediation Yoga etc - Canoeing- walking Peer Support
  62. 62. Collective Intervention Strategy In Medical Settings
  63. 63. To Contact Dr. Louise Stanger 619-507-1699, www.allaboutinterventions.com drstanger@allaboutinterventions.com
  64. 64. Resources Stanger, L & Weber, L. 2018. The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions- Collective Strategies . NY . Routhledge. Stanger, L. 2016. Falling Up-A memoir of Renewal. Ca. WZY Press. available on Amazon Stanger, L 2016. Learn to Thrive : An Intervention Guidebook (available at www.allaboutinterventions.com) Stanger, L & Roger P. 2016-present Huffington Post, Thrive Global, The Sober World, Renew, Recovery View, DB Resources, Counselor Magazine etc. Stanger, L .& Flowers, J. 2016-present. Huffington Post, Thrive Global,The Sober World. Stanger, L & Holsomback, J. 2016-present. Huffington Post, Thrive Global, The Sober World. Stanger, L. WWW.AllaboutInterventions.com
  65. 65. Resources Brown, Brene- Rising Strong . Speiegel & Grau International 2015 NYC NY Brown, Brene, DaringGreatly. Gothom Books 2012 Lawrence Lightfoot,Sarah & Hoffman Jessica .The Art and Science of Portraiture. Joey Bass. 1997 LawrenceLightfoot, S. Respect , 1998. Press Books, Mass. Lawrence, Lightfoot,S. I’ve Known Rivers , Penguin Publishing. Ny 1995 Lawrence, Lightfoot, S Growing Each Other Up, University of Chicago Press. 2016
  66. 66. Resources Kopp, Sheldon- If You Meet The Buddah on the Road , Kill Him, 1982. Penguin House Random House, NY, NY Stanger, Louise. Falling Up- A Memoir of Renewal 2015, WZY Press Stanger,http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tricksters- addiction-you_us_592f0f7ee4b0d80e3a8a329e Stanger http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/what-are-the- differences-between-trauma- addiction_us_58f4e7aee4b048372700da27 www.allaboutinterventions.com
  67. 67. Resources Stanger articles https://www.allaboutinterventions.com/pain- management-and-opioid- addiction/http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ Stanger, Porter, Flowers Huffington Post-Trauma and Addiction http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trauma- addiction-whats-the- difference_us_58d14912e4b0e0d348b347f3 Flowers Articles,https://www.thriveglobal.com/authors/3611- james-s-flowers-phd-lpc-s-and-angela-harris-msw-candidate Stanger,https://www.allaboutinterventions.com/current- news/
  68. 68. Resources Stanger www.allaboutinterventions.com Systemic Model www.systemicintervention.com Arise www.linkingsystems.com Jays www.lovefirst.net Lamm www.bradlamm.com Seeley www.intervention911.com
  69. 69. Resources Stanger www.allaboutinterventions.com Systemic Model www.systemicintervention.com Arise www.linkingsystems.com Jays www.lovefirst.net Lamm www.bradlamm.com Seeley www.intervention911.com
  70. 70. Resources storti-www.stortimodel.com Mintz www.reallifeis Tap 35 www.motivational interviewing.org
  71. 71. Resources- Chronic Pain R, L. Nahim, Estimates of pain prevalence and severity in adults, 2012, “j Pain, vol.16, no 8 pp789-80 A. May, “Structural Brain Imaging. A Window into Chronic Pain", The Neuroscientist,vol17,No 2,pp.2019-220, 2011 Napadow& R.E. Harris ,”what has functional connectivity and chemical neuroimaging in fibromyalgia taught us about the mechanisms and management of centralized pain ? Arthritis Research and Therapy .vol 16 Ingemanson, Morgan PHD , “Chronic Pain Lives in the Brin, April 17, 2017 Vox Brain Map http://evoxbrainmap.com/chronic-pain-lives- brain/
  72. 72. Resources-Chronic Pain Nahin, R. ,Boineau, R, Partap. S. K., Stussman, Weber, N.D. Evidence -Based Evaluation of Complementary Health Approaches for Pain Management in the Inited States , Sept. 2016 Why Goldilocks is my Rehab Heroine https://meduim.com/cheryllee-98816/why- goldilocks-is-my-rehab-heroine
  73. 73. Resources-Chronic Pain Driftwood Recovery https://www.driftwoodrecovery.com http://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/louisville-kentucky- sees-spike-in-heroin-overdoses-876423747884 Achenbach, Joel.The Washington Post, Dec.23, 2016. An opioid epidemic is what happens when only treated with pills. Gebelhoff, R. The opioid epidemic can turn into a pandemic if we are not careful. The Washington Post .Feb. 9, 2017 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in- theory/wp/2017/02/09/the-opioid-epidemic-could-turn-into-a- pandemic-if-were-not-careful/?utm_term=.d7f5c8218e3c
  74. 74. ResourcesTrauma- Addiction-Chronic PainStanger articles https://www.allaboutinterventions.com/pain- management-and-opioid- addiction/http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ Stanger, Porter, Flowers Huffington Post-Trauma and Addiction http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trauma- addiction-whats-the- difference_us_58d14912e4b0e0d348b347f3 Flowers Articles,https://www.thriveglobal.com/authors/3611- james-s-flowers-phd-lpc-s-and-angela-harris-msw-candidate Stanger,https://www.allaboutinterventions.com/current- news/
  75. 75. Brief History Lesson • Surprise • Invitational • Action Intervention “Models”
  76. 76. Traditional Surprise Vern Johnson-I’ll Quit Tomorrow Frank Pickard- Family Intervention Ken Seeley-Face It Fix It John Southworth- Intervention Show
  77. 77. Traditional Made Modern The Storti Model Est. 1973 Heart to Heart: The Honorable Approach to Motivational Intervention, 1995
  78. 78. Jeff and Debra Jay Love First , A Families Guide to Intervention 2000 Aging & Addiction , Colleran and Jay 2010 It Takes A Family, 2014
  79. 79. Action Intervention Model Jean Campell LCSW, Dr. Jim Tracey and Bill Maher Psychodrama , sociometry and other action oriented strategies for families
  80. 80. Thought Leaders in Invitational Models Spaere & Raitner - Systemic Arise -Garret and Landau Breakfree- Lamm
  81. 81. Interventions are an Invitational Process An 11 step process for a 12 step solution Stanger 2016 on line www.allaboutinterventions.com

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