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Implications for COVID-19 and Complex PTSD for Opioid Use Disorder
July 16, 2020

Join us for this interactive session to discuss the ongoing impact of COVID-19, Complex PTSD, and strategies for working with individuals with opioid use disorder. Session objectives: 1. Explore and resolve issues related to Complex PTSD 2. Learn about typical long-term and residual effects of traumatic life experiences 3. Develop strategies to help cope with stressful reminders and memories.

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Andre Johnson, MA, President and CEO of Detroit Recovery Project: Mr. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Morehouse College (Atlanta, Georgia), a Masters of Arts degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in psychology. Mr. Johnson is trained certified recovery coach, considered an expert in his field, and is invited frequently to present at seminars, workshops, and as a keynote or motivational speaker to not only those in recovery but youth, adults, families, and substance use professionals. In 2013, Mr. Johnson received the prestigious Vernon Johnson award from Faces and Voices of Recovery. In 2016, President Barack Obama named Mr. Johnson a Champion of Change and honored him at the White House.

 

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