My New Leaf - A web based recovery application in develoment

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My New Leaf is a evidenced based, gamified, web based recovery application in development that is based on personal empowerment, respect for the individual and embodying the highest standards if confidentiality and anonymity

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My New Leaf - A web based recovery application in develoment

  1. 1. My New Leaf* Development Team “Strategic Innovation: Ask what not how. ” Emily *a work in progress Zach EvanIsaacMorgan Ryan
  2. 2. With less that 5% of the world population, we consume 73% of the world supply of illegal drugs and 99% of the oxycodone. “Even with every possible rehab bed in the county filled we would only serve 10% of the people who need help!” Dr. Michael Flaherty – Founder of IRETA
  3. 3. Ms. Fletcher drives home the point that every person— adolescent, adult, those with dual diagnoses and/or addiction with a medical illness— deserves to be treated as an individual with respect for unique situations within a program that allows for flexibility. http://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/book-review/inside-rehab#sthash.zUdFCMcv.dpuf
  4. 4. Recovery is a Process Addiction is a Chronic Disease
  5. 5. Recovery Is Based on Respect and Hope Many Pathways
  6. 6. “Natural Recovery” Our Target Market It is a moderation-first based philosophy. "Progress not perfection" OUR GOAL - “The Gets” Get past denial Get engaged Get back your values Personal risk assessment Motivational incentive log with feedback Motivational incentives by FAR the most successful psychosocial technique
  7. 7. How Will We Do That? Systematically guide them towards peer support and clinical providers that USE evidence based treatments. Strong evidence of peer support success with our target market.
  8. 8. How do we evaluate the Professionals? Not all addiction specialists are using the best evidence-based methods Do they reflect the values of recovery oriented system of care? How so? What criteria should we use? Allow users and family the opportunity to comment and rate? A one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment typically is a recipe for failure
  9. 9. Utilize Inspirational Stories of Recovery
  10. 10. Music videos Inspirational Stories Messages of Hope Music as Therapy
  11. 11. Develop coping skills. #1 Cause of Relapse – Poor Coping Skills How to say NO games Use of rewards as motivational incentives Rewire the brain through successive approximation
  12. 12. Encourage self evaluation to effectively show gratitude and positive emotions Gratitude serves as : A Value Barometer A Value Motivator A Value Reinforcer
  13. 13. Workbooks in Recovery *Psychiatr Serv. 2009 Apr;60(4):491-7. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.60.4.491. A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a modified recovery workbook program: preliminary findings.Barbic S1, Krupa T, Armstrong I. This study, which is one of the first randomized controlled trials of a recovery-based group in tervention for persons with serious mental illness, showed that the Recovery Workbook group program was effective in increasing individuals' perceived sense of hope, empowerment, and recovery. *
  14. 14. Get the Family Involved Dennis C. Daley, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychiatry and Social Work. He served for 14 years as the Chief of Addiction Medicine Services (AMS) at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. WPIC also hosts many funded clinical trials including Dr. Daley's Appalachian Tri-State Node, which is part of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network (CTN).
  15. 15. THE DATA CHALLENGE WHaT CAN WE MEASURE WITHOUT COMPROMISING PRIVACY AND ANONYMITY?
  16. 16. We Adhere to This Declaration of Software Independence
  17. 17. Follow us on Twitter @My_newleaf

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