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SMART Recovery Webinar presented by Sally Boardman - Shared screen with speaker view
Marie Camm
07:05
Hi
Wing Yin Wong
07:06
hello
Michael Needham
07:06
Hello
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
07:11
Good to see everyone and some familiar names.
Talena Spruce
07:13
hi :0
Caz Bullen
07:15
hi
Liz Cooper
07:15
Hi
Karen Leahey
07:16
hi there
Haydn Cooke
07:16
hi
Karen Barbara
07:19
hello
Denise Constantinou
07:24
Hello
Michele Maloney
07:25
Hello
beverley stewart
07:33
hello
jessica correll
07:41
hey :)
Roshinee Pillay
07:49
Hi
Michael Needham
07:54
Traralgon
Marie Camm
07:55
Adelaide, SA
Karen Leahey
07:57
Gold Coast
Annette Meldrum
07:58
Melbourne
Michele Maloney
07:58
Wellways Wonthaggi
Haydn Cooke
07:59
Wangaratta
Liz Cooper
07:59
Wodonga
Wing Yin Wong
08:00
Morning I am from EACH, Melbourne. Gambling telephone support service for Chinese community
Caz Bullen
08:03
Gold coast
jessica correll
08:04
Bairnsdale
Talena Spruce
08:07
I'm from Adelaide :)
Dave Ryder
08:07
Newcastle
Karen Baker
08:15
Hi from Bundalaguah (Vic)
Denise Constantinou
08:19
Compulsory Drug Treatment Correctional Centre, Sydney NSW
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
08:20
Australia fully represented
Michael Needham
08:31
Support Worker
Liz Cooper
08:32
SMART Facilitator
Maree Crawford
08:35
hello, Maree from Flinders Island Tasmania on a bus in Wollongong!!
Marie Camm
08:37
case manager
Talena Spruce
08:43
I am a facilitator but am not facilitating at the moment, but hoping to start up again soon
Caz Bullen
08:46
Registered Nurse
jessica correll
08:48
support worker
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
08:59
Brisbane in the house. I am calling from Redlands.
Wing Yin Wong
09:00
program coordinator wants to learn more about SMART
Annette Meldrum
09:09
AOD counsellor
Dave Behan
09:40
Facilitator, but not running any meetings atm
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
10:13
Hi folks. I am the chat room maestro today
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
13:08
Stan and chocolate
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
19:22
Very true.
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
19:56
I have worked with many that have to begin their emotional development as they should have as a teenager.
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
21:05
It is normal in everyday life for everyone also
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
21:42
Whom here has experienced emotions managing their own behaviour recently?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
21:55
Coffee
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
21:56
smoking
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
22:07
on phone or social media too much
Kris LEGAL
22:08
Im going to gag as I type this but I know I become clingy/needy or insecure with friends for sdome strange reason
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
22:26
Food issues
jessica correll
22:31
anxiety
Denise Constantinou
22:40
Stress/overwhelmed
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
22:49
Embarrasment
Wing Yin Wong
22:50
depression, fear, anxiety,
Talena Spruce
22:58
boredom, anxiety, isolation, frustration
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
23:05
feeling of letting folks down
Dave Ryder
23:06
Boredom
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
23:15
I should be better than this
Wing Yin Wong
23:18
hopeless
Michael Needham
23:20
dissapointment
Dave Behan
23:21
low self esteem
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
23:33
I am a hypocrite
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
24:12
Awareness is seed of change
Caz Bullen
24:24
shame that my drinking got to the point where I had to stop completely.
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
27:05
It is a reflex
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
27:28
But reflexes can be adapted
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
29:36
The development of emotional intelligence can be stunted through chemical and behavioural dependency.
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
30:46
Emotional disregulation is a risk factor
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
31:07
High emotional intelligence can help managing substance use issues
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
31:33
Distracting creates space
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
32:13
Distract, delay and decide
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
32:59
What helps you distract yourself when you are faced with these emotional challenges?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
33:32
Whats worked in the past to help you delay or distract?
Michael Needham
33:34
Reflective practices
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
33:39
Box breathing what is that?
Liz Cooper
33:55
Go for a walk, talk to someone, dropping anchor
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
33:59
Lauren ‘Whim Hof’ Jansson?
Wing Yin Wong
34:09
get up do anything different
jessica correll
34:11
put music on and move
Gyaw Htet Doe
34:28
practice Annaparna or deep breathing as a daily routine
Dave Behan
34:47
"CONNECTION" be it with people, pets, nature, social activities with peolple
Caz Bullen
35:02
I remind myself of what it was like being stuck in the cycle of addiction,and I don't want to go back there. Good deterrent.
Karen Baker
35:25
Gardening, hug a pet, flick through photos (memories) on your phone
Wing Yin Wong
35:36
ice cream
Liz Cooper
35:55
It is an ACT technique, 5 things see hear feel. Dropping anchor
Caz Bullen
36:15
Hot tub, music,and exercises at the same time.
Caz Bullen
36:57
Yep , it's hot water !
Dave Behan
37:10
Im moving to Iceland
Wing Yin Wong
37:14
outdoor, count down, call mom, watch interesting YT
Caz Bullen
37:14
Show off that Wim Hoff
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
39:18
Important to implement these activities prior to the emotional feeling also. identifying certain times of day or environments or people that may have evoked these feelings before. Awareness of patterns and
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
41:26
What do these emotions feel like?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
41:30
Sweating?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
41:34
Breathing changes?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
41:38
red faced
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
41:46
Tense muscles
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
41:55
Heart racing?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
42:31
What thoughts flood your mind?
Liz Cooper
42:46
I am a failure
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
42:57
“here we go again”
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
43:43
In early staged feelings and thoughts can be the least controllable
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
44:16
Thats why we focus on behavioral change, then if you keep doing that behaviour
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
44:18
Yup
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
44:32
https://smartrecoveryaustralia.com.au/tools-worksheets/
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
45:15
Use the SMART Track App
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
46:17
What have you learned?
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
46:28
What triggers do you need to avoid?
Caz Bullen
46:45
Most of my in laws 🤣
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
46:56
I hear you Caz
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
47:02
Outlaws
Caz Bullen
47:06
🤣🤣
jessica correll
47:17
being a lone in public and waiting for someone
Dave Ryder
47:35
Boredom at home during days on my own. I need to find jobs to keep me busy.
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
47:49
Other peoples emotions sometimes trigger me…especially my wife 😁
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
48:02
Whingy kids
Dave Behan
48:07
inability to concentrate
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
48:26
https://smartrecoveryaustralia.com.au/smart-recovery-app/
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
49:25
You managed to concentrate today Dave😁
Dave Ryder
50:31
Better planning of week ahead
Michael Needham
50:49
focus on activity before reflection...
Gyaw Htet Doe
50:50
importance of taking care of your mental health
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
51:17
I am interest hearing form folks about also how internal emotions affect self stigma and identifying as x,y,z?
Roshinee Pillay
51:19
Creating time and space. Reflection!
Wing Yin Wong
51:24
CBT, distraction the first step, EQ, Avoid certain pp
Denise Constantinou
51:29
Support for addressing emotional awareness/management in addiction treatment and I am going to check-out the SMART Track App to see if our clients may benefit from using it.
Caz Bullen
51:31
Self care 😍
Dave Behan
51:50
very good reinforcement of what saved me from several unhealthy addictions and habits previously, did not expect to ever recover
Wing Yin Wong
51:58
humor is energizer
Michael Needham
52:14
Yes that's it
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
52:51
I think as clinicians we are sometimes on auto pilot and we do not pay enough attention to the very things we support others to do.
jessica correll
53:32
have deeper discussions with people about their feelings/ what's happening for them, when they bring up avoiding something. Will definitely look at coming prepared when I have to wait for people in public in the future :)
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
53:45
Any more Q’s about this topic or other SMART related Q’s?
Gyaw Htet Doe
56:55
increasing your resiliency daily, before you start becoming 'craving'
Caz Bullen
58:45
I found moderation much harder,but each to their own.
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
01:01:29
https://smartrecoveryaustralia.com.au/online-smart-recovery-meetings-2/
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
01:02:36
draffell@srau.org.au
Dave Behan
01:02:40
Now i feel that as addiction doesn't happen overnight either does recovery and i would promote reuction and harm reduction to begin
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
01:02:47
sboardman@srau.org.au
Dave Behan
01:03:06
thanks everyone
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
01:03:10
Thansk folks. Check out previous webinars also-
Caz Bullen
01:03:11
Thank you very much Sally 🦃
Karen Barbara
01:03:12
Thank you
Wing Yin Wong
01:03:13
many thanks!!
jessica correll
01:03:15
thank you so much
Dan - SMART Recovery Australia
01:03:18
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