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212 ADHD Prisoner Education To Prevent Recidivism & Relapse – Battinelli

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ADHD education to prevent recidivism with prisoners involved with self-medication and denial. The opiate crisis is directly related this plan matters.

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  1. Debra D. Marek, MSW, LSW on 04/17/2018 at 10:21 PM

    I think you hit upon great points Dr. Batanelli. I also think that women, in particular, feel very shamed being put through the jail/prison system….especially if they are not accustom to such an environment. I don’t know if LSW enforcement is aware of the mental trauma that one goes through during such stressful times. It changes a person forever. It changes the individual’s whole chemical make/up. A person (woman moreso) come out having PTSD, whereas they never had such illness before. If they had anxiety, a person’ Anxiety will always be on the higher side. It really isn’t a place for many minor acts or occurrences. I think these policies and laws/bylaws should be rewritten. Jail and prison is for REAL CRIME. I just had to add that. Thanks….

    Debbie Márek

  2. Debra D. Marek, MSW, LSW on 04/17/2018 at 7:47 PM

    By the way, I loved my friend Beth Battinelli’s interview. She hit on many great points, as you did too. Drug addiction (specifically Opioids) is a very hard addiction to break and takes years of personal “soul searching” as to why we use these substances. I do a lot of research about this and about addiction. I am a Social Worker (MSW, LSW). This hits home for me on many levels. I would love to discuss my thoughts, research, and conclusions that are evidence based.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 04/20/2018 at 6:16 AM

      Thanks, Debra, Will send you a note offline to help you connect with a Guest spot.

      • Debra D. Marek on 04/28/2018 at 11:31 PM

        Thank you Dr. Charles Parker. I would truly like that……

        Debra Marek, MSW, LSW

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