A Path to Women’s Wellness and Recovery

*This presentation is no longer eligible for the 1 CE credit*

Women’s treatment is on the precipice of innovative growth if we maintain our focus on the wellness of the entire woman. Using the Biopsychosocial Model of Addiction and Recovery, we will review aspects of addiction, mental health, and trauma, highlighting the nuances that make women and their care unique. The intersection of these concerns makes treatment complicated and acute, yet it leaves room for extraordinary healing. In order to provide a path to wellness, we will provide a clinical framework to engage women in active treatment and their continuum of care.

Presented by:
LaTisha L. Bader, Ph.D., LP, LAC, CMPC
Chief Clinical Officer – Women’s Recovery 

Dr. Bader has worked in the field of mental health and addiction for more than 18 years. She graduated from the University of North Texas in 2007 with a Ph.D. in counseling psychology and a specialization in sports psychology and completed her postdoctoral fellowship in Chemical Dependency at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Addiction Counselor; in addition, she is also a Certified Mental Performance Consultant working with elite athletes and teams.

Dr. Bader has worked in a variety of treatment settings including residential, outpatient, private practice, and Native American health care. She spends time in the sports environment in collegiate athletic departments, working with professional teams, and Olympic athletes. She currently compliments the multi-disciplinary team at Women’s Recovery by serving as the Chief Clinical Officer, advancing treatment for women. In addition, she maintains a private practice offering counseling, consultation, educational presentations, and sports psychology services. She authored a chapter in the evidence-based book, Cannabis in Medicine. She serves on the Speakers Bureau for the National Marijuana Initiative as a cannabis subject matter expert on emerging research, addiction, and treatment.

For more information about Women’s Recovery, please visit: www.womensrecovery.com