I was determined to go behind the scenes with my clients and come to understand what specific social/emotional need(s) were being met by consuming drugs day after day and year after year. Otherwise, why would a person choose this type of behavior?
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
Substance abuse and addiction is a nationwide epidemic. Countless numbers of drug and substance abuse campaigns have swept the nation, with little effect. Michael S. Oden MA, DPO II provides his expert insight on the truth behind drug abuse, addiction and human behavior in his new book.
“When Nobody’s Home” is the newest work by Oden. Throughout his career, spanning over 15 years, Oden has supervised and interviewed thousands of clients within the criminal justice system. Championing the idea that gaining emotional freedom from addiction is possible, “When Nobody’s Home” is the culmination of Oden’s vast experience.
“I was determined to go behind the scenes with my clients and come to understand what specific social/emotional need(s) were being met by consuming drugs day after day and year after year. Otherwise, why would a person choose this type of behavior?” Oden said.
Delving into the deep-rooted issues of childhood trauma, the absent and/or neglectful father and the direct correlation between the dysfunctional family dynamic and long-term drug dependency, Oden’s book is an eye opening, enthralling read that shines a light on a serious national crisis, and allows individuals to walk away feeling enlightened on why people behave the way they do.
Oden’s goal through his work is to enlighten as many individuals who suffer from addiction as he possibly can.
For more information, visit michaeloden.com or authorhouse.com
“When Nobody’s Home”
By: Michael S. Oden
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse
About the author
Michael S. Oden MA, DPO II is a Deputy Probation Officer in the State of California with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. For 15 years Oden has worked with thousands of clients within the criminal justice system. Michael believes in helping individuals who have had issues with substance dependency for most of their lives to regain Emotional Wellness. He is a counselor in private practice, a consultant and workshop facilitator, and trainer for organizations. He developed “The Needs Based Method” and is the founder of “The Final Step.” Michael believes that once a person has gained Emotional Wellness they will be able to move on and make healthier decisions throughout their lives.
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