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Breaking Chains: Empowering School Children in the Journey to Addiction Recovery

Kenneth C. Lentz

"Breaking Chains: Empowering School Children in the Journey to Addiction Recovery" is a groundbreaking book that delves into the critical issue of addiction among school-aged children and presents a comprehensive approach to recovery and empowerment. Authored by a team of experts in psychology, education, and addiction recovery, this book offers valuable insights, strategies, and resources for educators, parents, and professionals working with children struggling with addiction.
The book begins by exploring the complex factors that contribute to addiction among school children, including social influences, trauma, and genetic predispositions. Through compelling real-life stories and case studies, the authors illustrate the challenges faced by young individuals caught in the cycle of addiction and highlight the urgent need for intervention and support within the school environment.
Central to "Breaking Chains" is the concept of empowerment as a catalyst for recovery. The authors emphasize the importance of creating a nurturing and inclusive school culture that promotes resilience, self-esteem, and positive coping mechanisms. Drawing from evidence-based practices and therapeutic approaches, they provide practical guidance on how educators can identify at-risk students, initiate early interventions, and foster a supportive network of peers and mentors.
Furthermore, the book offers a comprehensive framework for implementing addiction prevention and intervention programs within schools, including curriculum development, peer counseling initiatives, and community partnerships. It emphasizes the importance of collaboration between schools, families, and mental health professionals in addressing the multifaceted needs of children struggling with addiction.
"Breaking Chains" also addresses the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health issues in schools, advocating for a compassionate and nonjudgmental approach that promotes understanding and empathy. By challenging stereotypes and fostering open dialogue, the authors aim to create a culture of acceptance and support where children feel empowered to seek help and pursue recovery.
Overall, "Breaking Chains: Empowering School Children in the Journey to Addiction Recovery" is a timely and invaluable resource for anyone concerned about the well-being of young individuals struggling with addiction. It offers a comprehensive roadmap for creating a school environment that not only supports recovery but also promotes resilience, hope, and a brighter future for every child.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: Apr 5th, 2024
  • Pages: 50
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.10in - 0.18lb
  • EAN: 9798321905838
  • Categories: Substance Abuse & Addictions - Drugs

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