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The addiction treatment industry is facing complex issues, including insurance utilization, parity enforcement, ethics violations, outcomes research gaps, social stigma, and barriers to access along racial and socio-economic lines. At NAATP, we believe that addiction, or substance use disorder, is a bio-psycho-social-spiritual disease that develops and deepens in isolation. Progress in our field, as with recovery itself, can only be achieved through community. That is why we have created All Ears on Addiction, a monthly podcast series, to promote communication, collaboration, and resource sharing between industry stakeholders. Together, we can advance treatment and save lives. In season one of All Ears on Addiction, NAATP brings you Colors of Recovery. Join co-hosts, Zina Rodriguez and Tania Bhattacharyya, as they explore topics related to mental health, addiction treatment, and recovery as it intersects with diversity, equity, and inclusivity for LGBTQ+ communities and communities of color.

All Ears on Addiction: An NAATP Podcast National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers

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The addiction treatment industry is facing complex issues, including insurance utilization, parity enforcement, ethics violations, outcomes research gaps, social stigma, and barriers to access along racial and socio-economic lines. At NAATP, we believe that addiction, or substance use disorder, is a bio-psycho-social-spiritual disease that develops and deepens in isolation. Progress in our field, as with recovery itself, can only be achieved through community. That is why we have created All Ears on Addiction, a monthly podcast series, to promote communication, collaboration, and resource sharing between industry stakeholders. Together, we can advance treatment and save lives. In season one of All Ears on Addiction, NAATP brings you Colors of Recovery. Join co-hosts, Zina Rodriguez and Tania Bhattacharyya, as they explore topics related to mental health, addiction treatment, and recovery as it intersects with diversity, equity, and inclusivity for LGBTQ+ communities and communities of color.

    Colors of Recovery - Dr. Peter Hayden

    Colors of Recovery - Dr. Peter Hayden

    For the final episode of Colors of Recovery Season 1, Zina has an interview with Dr. Peter Hayden, principal and president of Turning Point, Inc. Turning Point is the inaugural recipient of the NAATP DEI Award, to be presented at the NAATP National 2021 Opening Night Banquet.

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    Peter Hayden is the principal and president of Turning Point, Inc., a Minnesota-based nonprofit agency devoted to integrated, holistic health services programs.  During the past thirty years, the cultivation of Hayden’s vision has been crucial in developing an extensive complement of services ranging from residential, outreach and community support services.
    Hayden is a Brisbane-endowed lecturer, which is designated for a person who bridges academic leadership and community service.   He is also a graduate Fellow of the W.K. Kellogg Multicultural Executive Leaders Fellows program and a Vince Bakeman Leadership Trainer.  Hayden is a nationally- and internationally-known speaker and trainer on a variety of topics which fall into four general categories:  1) substance abuse and mental health, 2) co-occurring disorders, 3) end-stage renal disease, and 4) suicide prevention.  He does both speaking and training sessions on all of these topics.  He serves on three task forces:  The Citizens’ Advisory Council, the Medicaid Citizens’ Advisory Council and the Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Research Task Force. He is currently serving on the African American Community Response Team.



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    Colors of Recovery - Dr. Rose Joudi

    Colors of Recovery - Dr. Rose Joudi

    In the tenth episode of Colors of Recovery, Tania interviews Dr. Rose Joudi about considerations for working with ethnically diverse immigrant populations and older adults in mental health settings. Dr. Joudi discusses the big impact small changes can make in building trust, the intersecting stigmas these groups may face, and authentic ways providers can honor a patient's cultural identity.

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    Rose Joudi has a PhD Psychology and is a Certified Professional Consultant on Aging. Rose has worked with various stakeholders focusing on supporting the needs of older adults as well as ethnically diverse populations. She finds it imperative that professionals are encouraged and supported in using culturally competent strategies as well as holistic approaches when working with diverse people. She is passionate about enhancing quality of life of immigrants and refugees, protecting them from exploitation, supporting coping and resilience strategies that promote successful integration, and ensuring that diversity is acknowledged in professional and community settings.

    Thank you to our episode sponsor, Webconsuls!

    Webconsuls is a digital marketing agency that understands addiction treatment. They're effective and ROI-focused. Their mission? To expand your impact by reaching new audiences. Visit webconsuls.com to take advantage of special pricing for NAATP members.

    Have feedback? Contact us at info@naatp.org

    • 42 min
    Colors of Recovery - Manuel Garcia

    Colors of Recovery - Manuel Garcia

    In this episode, Zina interviews Manuel Garcia, Supervisor of Outpatient Programs at the Hazelden Betty Ford Maple Grove and Saint Paul campuses. Manuel, originally from Mexico City, discusses his passion for working with Latinx and other under-represented communities, and describes the comprehensive initiatives and partnerships Hazelden is implementing to integrate DEI at all levels of the organization.

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    Manuel Garcia, MA, LADC, graduated with a Psychology degree in 2012 out of Anahuac University in Mexico City, Mexico, where he is a Licensed Psychologist. Manuel is also a graduate from the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies and has worked for Hazelden Betty Ford since 2014. He has served in the role of Focal Therapist and Supervisor of Outpatient Programs at the Maple Grove and Saint Paul campus since. In his current role Manuel is responsible for Clinical Supervision for Evening Outpatient Services. Additionally, Manuel is a part of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee for Hazelden Betty Ford, as well as a member of the DEI advisory committee for The NAATP (National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers) where he focuses on equitable access to care to those suffering from Substance Use Disorders and Mental Illness, as well as developing culturally responsive, manualized material/practices and curriculum for Outpatient Services. Manuel’s most recent outreach work includes a focus on media interviews related to the topics of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as well as Substance Use Disorders and the impact on our communities. Manuel also helped develop partnership with organizations who serve the Latinx community in MN.

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    Colors of Recovery - Melanie Heu

    Colors of Recovery - Melanie Heu

    Colors of Recovery's 8th episode features an interview with Melanie Heu, Clinical Manager for ASHA at Great Lakes Psychological Services. Listen to Heu discuss her family's moving experiences as Hmong refugees that emigrated from Laos to Canada, as well as the financial and workforce challenges she has seen in working with refugee and other ethnically/linguistically diverse communities in treatment settings.

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    Melanie Heu is a second-generation Hmong refugee immigrant who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Alcohol Drug Counselor in Minnesota. Heu is the Clinical Manager for ASHA at Great Lakes Psychological Services and is a part time Adjunct Professor at St. Catherine’s University where she teaches a class on Addiction and Recovery. Over the last 12 years of her career, Heu has developed mental health and addiction treatment programs to serve individuals and families from marginalized populations. Heu has trained and supervised several BIPOC, bicultural and bilingual emerging behavioral health professionals. She also trained many organizations on diversity and equity in the context of addiction treatment. Heu is the Midwest trainer for Driving with Care, which is a four-volume evidenced based Guided Change program that reviews cognitive behavioral treatment for addressing impaired driving behavior. Besides her dedication to work, Heu partakes in a variety of regular physical and creative activities to enhance focus and to keep grounded. She absolutely loves hiking, dancing, Jiu Jitsu and learning to speak other languages. Heu is bi-lingual and fluent in English and Hmong.  
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    Colors of Recovery - Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross

    Colors of Recovery - Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross

    For episode seven of Colors of Recovery, Tania connects with Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross, CEO of The Anchor Program and Co-founder of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity. Dr. Ross shares her personal journey of recognizing her own intergenerational trauma, the need to tell the truth about US history, and her hope that mentorship and reparations may lead to increased BIPOC healing and representation in the mental health and recovery fields. 

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    Carolyn Coker Ross, MD, MPH, CEDS is an author, speaker, expert the treatment of eating disorders, trauma and addictions. She is the CEO of The Anchor Program™, a non-diet online (telemedicine) program for individuals with binge eating disorder, emotional eating and food addiction. Dr. Ross is a graduate of The University of Michigan Medical School. She completed a residency in Preventive Medicine and a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) at Loma Linda University and a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. She is board certified in Preventive Medicine and also in Addiction Medicine. For the past 4 years, Dr. Ross has been an international speaker and consultant on issues of cultural competence, antiracism and diversity in healthcare. Dr. Ross presented a TEDxPleasantGrove talk on Historical and Intergenerational Trauma in January 2020. She is co-founder of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity, a consulting group that offers trainings to healthcare professionals and organizations to improve access to culturally competent care to Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  
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    Colors of Recovery - Erica Woodland

    Colors of Recovery - Erica Woodland

    In Colors of Recovery episode six, Zina interviews Erica Woodland, Founding Director of the National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network. Hear him discuss the creation & mission of NQTTCN, and explore the complex transformation treatment professionals and institutions must undergo to support and liberate LGBTQ+ patients of color.

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    Erica Woodland is a black queer/genderqueer facilitator, consultant and healing justice practitioner born and raised in Baltimore, MD. He is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker committed to working at the intersections of movements for racial, gender, economic, trans and queer justice and liberation. For the past 18 years, Erica has worked as a community organizer, case manager, therapist, coach, facilitator, trainer, social worker, program director, researcher and clinical supervisor with youth, people of color and LGBTQ people across the country. He has done extensive work in prisons, jails, group homes, psychiatric facilities, schools, non-profit organizations, community-based clinics and with grassroots groups giving him a wide range of experience to draw from in his practice. Erica is the Founding Director of the National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network, a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color. He also has a private practice where he provides psychotherapy and clinical supervision with a focus on harm reduction, intergenerational trauma and resilience, grief, and family therapy.
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    Shari Hampton is an anti-racist consultant whose trainings are specific to organizations and treatment centers committed to anti-racism work. Her website is sharihampton.com.

    Ester Nicholson is the founder and author of Soul Recovery. She is also an anti-racism healer and a SHE RECOVERS Foundation coach. Her website is www.esternicholson.com.

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