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Reducing Relapse Risk by Increasing Body Awareness Skills (webinar)

Interoceptive dysfunction, or a lack of body/sensory awareness processing, is common among people with substance use disorders.

This webinar, Reducing Relapse Risk by Increasing Body Awareness Skills: Practical Tips and Research Findings in Substance Use Disorder Treatment, described the importance of body awareness/interoceptive skills, using Mindful Awareness in Body-oriented Therapy (MABT), for promoting emotion regulation and reducing risk of relapse using a mindfulness approach.

Presented by Cynthia Price, PhD, Research Associate Professor, UW School of Nursing; Associate Research Director, UW Osher Center for Integrative Medicine; Director, Center for Mindful Body Awareness

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September 25, 2019
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