6 thoughts on “Addiction and the Personality Disorder

  1. I liked the PowerPoint and reference to resistance. We, clinicians, must recognize that resistance is often a hurdle to change despite the present distress. Being stuck is “kin” to mental rigidity which varies on a continuum of inflexibility. It can be such a paradox- being in distress, seeking help and relief, yet resisting. Unfortunately, a known discomfort can supersede unfamiliar change.
    I look forward to seeing more of your great work!

  2. Deb,
    Your presentation was AWESOME. Thank you. I had to leave early the next morning to attend an Adolescent Mental Health Conference in Pittsburgh and had wanted to talk with you.

    I’m wondering what you’re doing now – Private Practice? Also, could we schedule a Conversation to explore potential collaboration and cross referral? Let me know what is good for you.

    Warmest regards and highest respect,

    Sherry Young, PhD, CSAT
    C. 575-779-6062
    E. sherry.youngphd@gmail.com
    W. rightfitnow.com

    1. You’re very welcome! I hope to put more slide shows on here as I figure out how to do it 😊 so let me know what you’d be interested in! I think if you “follow” me you get notice of new things posted as well. I appreciate your commenting!

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