Although the world is up in arms over Corona Virus (COVID-19), and probably rightly-so to some degree, it’s important to remember that yesterday’s problems are still here today. That’s why it is important to share information regarding how those who still have active addictive disorders can prevent further damage to themselves and potential risk of contamination of the virus.
The Harm Reduction Coalition has recently published a guide for those who are using drugs, alcohol or active in other forms of addiction can reduce their exposure to COVID-19 or reduce passing it on.
The full report on the harm reduction can be found here:
Mr Dylan Kerr
Bachelors in Clinical Counseling (Hons)
Advanced Certified Addictions Therapist
Member of the British Association for Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapist
Member of the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners
HeDip Psychology of Addiction
Diploma in Arts Therapy
Diploma in Transactional Analysis
Dylan Kerr is a Certified Substance Abuse Therapist who is qualified in Counseling, Psychology of addiction from Leeds University and Healthcare from Birmingham City University.
Dylan Kerr has been a senior Therapist at the River Rehab, Lead Therapist at Lanna Rehab in Chiang Mai and Head Counselor of Hope Rehab in Siracha. As well as working in Thailand for 7 years, Dylan has also been the on-tour counsellor for the the Rock band ‘The Libertines’. Dylan is now resident counsellor at an Asian rehab.
Dylan has experience of working within the music industry supporting acts in therapeutic needs.
As well as working around the world Dylan has over 13 years experience delivering substance use disorder treatment at various agencies around the UK. He is skilled in motivational interviewing, CBT, RET and guidance around 12 step philosophies.
Dylan has worked with a broad client base and establish the rapport needed to effect change and sustainable progression.
Dylan wishes to start this blog to help educate people on his observations within this field and debate the nature of work in the addictions field.
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