In 1999, NADA started working in India under the supervision and international leadership of Dr. Michael O. Smith Today that vision has grown and under Suneel Vatsyayan the co- founder of Nada India. Nada in South and South East Asia acts as an initiator, facilitator and supporter for community initiatives working towards barrier free treatment & rehabilitation services for addiction and trauma by using ear acupuncture (NADA Treatment protocol) as an adjunct treatment .
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Ear Acupuncture NADA Protocol: Different people experience differently at different times A Nada India presentation
Namshkar, NADA keeps growing and thriving because its members are
committed to using acu detox for wellness, healing pain and suffering of people
living with addiction, trauma, non communicable diseases or other
behavioral health issues worldwide. Join us and gain all the benefits of
training that can support you personally and professionally.It is designed for
those who are already working in the addiction or health promotion field and
who want to add to their knowledge and provide additional treatment options for
their clients/target groups. Nada India training follows the format of the successfully
accredited Protocol training developed by NADA US at the Lincoln Memorial
Hospital New York.(www.acudetox.com). Nada India registered
trainers were trained by Dr.Michael O.Smith psychiatrist and founder of NADA
International. I am happy to inform you that next NADA Protocol
training workshop is scheduled to be held in Delhi on 1st June and 2nd June
2019 (Field work) This certificate cours…
Educate 500 families living with alcohol use & NCD
"At the age of 17 years, Mahesh has given up his schooling to work as a salesman." Alcohol violence in the family is forcing a lot of children to join work force. We target to sensitize 500 children about the issue of alcoholism and NCDs & encourage them to continue their education. Uma's troubles became worse when her husband started using alcohol and abuse became an everyday affair. We intend to counsel, heal 240 women survivors of violence to seek help and to live healthy & productive life.
Worldwide, 3 million deaths every year result from harmful use of alcohol. It can lead to a range of mental, behavioural and other non-communicable conditions (NCDs). The harmful use of alcohol also brings significant social and economic losses to individuals and society at large. The recovering addicts and their families are usually not aware of NCDs and its relation with their alcohol and drug use. Moreover…
Prof. T.K.Thomas The annual World No Tobacco Day was observed on 31st May. The day is observed by the World Health Organization [WHO] and global partners as an opportunity to raise awareness on the harmful and deadly effects of tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure and to discourage the use of tobacco in any form. This year’s focus for the day was, “Tobacco and lung health”. Everyone knows how tobacco affects our lungs. The WHO release says, the campaign will increase awareness on, “the negative impact that tobacco has on people’s lung health, from cancer, to chronic respiratory diseases”.
There are frightening figures about the mortality attached to tobacco related diseases. A study by three Indian researchers in 2012 revealed that “tobacco is a leading preventable cause of death, killing nearly six million people worldwide each year. Reversing this entirely preventable man made epidemic should be our top priority. The global tobacco epidemic kills more people than tuberculosis, H…