Historically, human oral interaction is the oldest effective method for exchanging information, which may be the reason why we generally still find educational lectures the preferred method for transferring knowledge. This is borne out by the abundant use of lecturing in schools and institutes of higher education.
The purpose of educational lectures is to allow people to observe, ask questions, and learn. With mental disorders, expert lecturers provide knowledge about disorders that help patients to understand themselves, their ailments and the impact it has on others.
In concert with broader therapeutic techniques, lectures, due to their natural appeal, also offer a unique approach for helping patients to prepare for a fulfilling normal life and for the prevention of relapses.
Many patients are unaware of the full extent of their disorders or how they should cope with it and the more informed they become, the better their chances of dealing with life and for maintaining successful recovery.
Topics covered by rehabilitation lectures include information about disorders, family relationships, relapse prevention, recovery methods, medical information, dietary topics, wellness subjects and a host of similar, relevant topics.
Mental anguish and other disorders can be worrying. Educational lectures can help you to conquer your worries, as it broadens your knowledge and removes uncertainty. It also makes it easier to accept the fact that your condition is not a unique personal weakness, but a common, treatable condition.
Research has shown that interactive lectures by knowledgeable speakers is an excellent supplemental method in the process of rehabilitation. As such, successful rehabilitation centres employ live lectures as a complementary tool to educate patients about disorders and subjects related to it.
Recovery Direct centre in Johannesburg has an online programme for substance use disorders. The program is designed around addressing the underlying causes of addiction based behaviors and the societal perceptions on treatment and recovery. Most of the modules include trauma-based talk therapy best practice for people in recovery and those wanting to help others break addiction based behaviors.
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