Andrew Susskind, LCSW, SEP, CGP
A Zoom Presentation
Friday, July 15, 2022
10:00 am – 11:30 am
This interactive presentation explores how Emotional Sobriety skills enhance sustainable chemical and behavioral sobriety. Through the principles of Somatic Psychology, Interpersonal Neurobiology and Positive Psychology, emotional sobriety will be seen as a tool toward fulfilling, intimate relationships.
- Describe how nervous system regulation supports sobriety.
- Identify three Emotional Sobriety skills.
- Distinguish between Chemical Sobriety and Emotional Sobriety.
About Our Presenter
Andrew Susskind, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Somatic Experiencing and Brainspotting Practitioner, Certified Group Psychotherapist and author based on the Westside of Los Angeles since 1992 specializing in trauma and addictions. His recent book, It’s Not About the Sex: Moving from Isolation to Intimacy after Sexual Addiction (Central Recovery Press, June 2019) joins his workbook, From Now On: Seven Keys to Purposeful Recovery which was released in 2014.
$25 Central Coast-CAMFT Members (CEUs)
$10 General Admission (No CEUs)
$30 for Non-Chapter Members (CEUs)
$0 Chapter Board Members (CEUs)
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