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Carol Teitelbaum's Presentation on Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment at Sovereign Health Group

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Carol Teitelbaum is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been practicing since 1985. Since 1999 she has held a private practice in Rancho Mirage, CA and offers individual and group counseling for trauma, mood disorders, anxiety reduction, stress reduction, grief and marriage issues. She is involved with Prevent Child Abuse Riverside County and chairs the It Happens to Boys Project educating the public about the abuse of boys and men and how to help the healing process.


Topic: It Happens To Boys One in four girls and one in six boys will be abused by the age of 18. It is so important to educate our professional community about the signs and symptoms of abuse survivors. Many do not tell and many clinicians do not ask the question. We will discuss the reason that boys and men don't tell and the effects of abuse has on a man's life. We will discuss the use of drugs and alcohol to numb pain, also the issues of men thinking they have dealt with the issues by doing a fourth step. Taking also about triggers and then wrapping up with healing modalities. Three surviving men will tell their stories.


Sovereign Health Group offers high quality and comprehensive Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, & Mental Health Treatment Programs for Adults & Adolescents including support services for the family system. We have multiple treatment locations in the United States. Sovereign Health’s treatment programs specialize in addressing the underlying mental health conditions by utilizing innovative and cutting edge cognitive testing, rehabilitation, and evidence based treatment modalities. We accept Most Private Insurances. Call today or visit our website to watch or read patient reviews about their treatment experiences at one of Sovereign Health Groups treatment programs. Call our 24/7 Admissions Helpline today 866-596-3609 or visit us at www.SovHealth.com


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