Addiction: The Bio/Psycho/Socio/Spiritual/ Experiential Model. Developed by Jeff Georgi. Addiction to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs is a disease. Addiction. They have attempted to enlighten the concept of psycho-spiritual therapy approach in drug addiction rehabilitation. The focus is mainly on theoretical aspects of. As we will soon see, there are many different explanations, or models, of addiction. The Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual (BPSS) Model of addiction recognizes these.
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According to this model, a moral failure to do what is right and just causes addiction. Adding "Spirituality" to the Bio-Psycho-Social model assists some people to move beyond the physicality of their addiction.
The Many Causes Of Addiction And Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual Model
By adding spirituality into recovery efforts, many new healing psycho spirituality of addiction become available. For instance, it is possible to envision addiction as a loss of one's humanity. Our true, authentic, and spiritual self has become disconnected from our physical being because of the addiction.
Therefore, a change that reunites the authentic spiritual self, with the physical body, would be healing.
Alternatively, it might be possible to understand addiction as a way of coping with a previous loss of our true authentic self. This kind of psycho spirituality of addiction might occur from trauma such as abuse. These kinds of trauma often shatter our belief in a meaning and purpose to life.
The Many Causes of Addiction and Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual Model
A therapist at an addiction rehab once asked the recovery group members, "What does spirituality mean to you? Spirituality is a deeply personal, uniquely individual, and private experience. Some principles of psycho spirituality of addiction in absence of therapist alliance.
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