Real Life. Real World. Real Recovery. https://www.integrativelifecenter.com Integrative Life Center Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:44:29 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.5 Adventure & Experiential Therapy https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/7349-2/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/7349-2/#respond Tue, 10 Apr 2018 23:22:09 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7349 From kayaking excursions down the Piney River, to our low ropes courses; we utilize these approaches to continually strengthen the mind/body connection. We have seen clients have moments of self-discovery that could have only from “doing.” What is Adventure & Experiential Therapy? Rather than a more traditional “talk therapy” Adventure and Experiential Therapy involves movements, […]

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From kayaking excursions down the Piney River, to our low ropes courses; we utilize these approaches to continually strengthen the mind/body connection. We have seen clients have moments of self-discovery that could have only from “doing.”

What is Adventure & Experiential Therapy?

Rather than a more traditional “talk therapy” Adventure and Experiential Therapy involves movements, actions, and activities. It involves the patient having a more physical experience, rather than a more subdues therapy session. Experiential therapy is a therapeutic approach that urges patients to recognize and address suppressed issues through activities such as role-playing, guided imagery, the use of props, and a range of other active experiences.

What are the Benefits of Adventure and Experiential Therapy?

One of the benefits that come from this form of therapy is that the therapist is able to see their patients involved in activities where the therapy is not the main focus. In other words, if a patient is actively engaged in kayaking, they are focusing on that rather than therapy, the therapist is then able to observe the actions and emotions the patient is experiencing in a whole new setting. This focus on the task allows the patient to let their guard down and act in a more real-life manner. After the exercise or activity, the patient and therapist are able to talk about what happened, and the patient is able to process the experience. The patient has the time to receive specific feedback regarding actions and behaviors, this is where the therapy portion comes into play. Not only does the therapist have the chance to talk about the patients actions and behaviors, but the patient is also able to identify the actions and process the way he or she handled a given situation. Other benefits for patients include change, personal growth, problem-solving skills, and personal empowerment.

What Conditions/Disorders Do Adventure and Experiential Therapy Treat?

Experiential therapy has been successfully integrated into treatment programs for adults who are being treated for substance abuse, addiction, behavior disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, grief/loss, trauma, sex addiction, compulsive gambling, bipolar, depression and related conditions.

 

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Equine Therapy https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/equine-therapy/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/equine-therapy/#respond Tue, 10 Apr 2018 22:47:47 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7345 In Equine Assisted Therapy, clients participate in “feet on the ground” interactions with horses. Assisted by both our two legged and four legged therapists; clients are able to learn and identify self-confidence, relationship dynamics and patterns, problem-solving, and teamwork through a variety of experiential exercises. The goal of equine therapy is to help patients develop […]

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In Equine Assisted Therapy, clients participate in “feet on the ground” interactions with horses. Assisted by both our two legged and four legged therapists; clients are able to learn and identify self-confidence, relationship dynamics and patterns, problem-solving, and teamwork through a variety of experiential exercises. The goal of equine therapy is to help patients develop needed life skills, such as responsibility, self-confidence, accountability, self-control, and problem-solving skills. Safety is a top priority for all participants in equine therapy. Participants often wear helmets and other protective gear should they fall from a horse during a therapeutic session.

What Does Equine Therapy Involve?

Equine Therapy involves activities directly relating to the care of horses, including grooming, feeding, haltering and leading a horse. A trained equine therapist will walk the patient through all these activities, the therapist will observe and interact with the patient in order to identify behavior patterns and process thoughts and emotions. The ability of a therapist to use the horse as a metaphor for other issues helps make the equine treatment applicable to real life problems. Equine Therapy is often used as a team-building exercise or in family or group therapy because horses also show interpersonal behavior. Also, because equine therapy is often goal-oriented, it allows the group to work together to achieve a common goal.

Benefits of Equine Therapy

One of the major benefits of equine therapy comes from working with animals that have a non-judgmental nature and are animals which mirror the attitudes and behaviors of the humans they are working with. We have seen patients who have made strides and shown improvement in the following areas:

  • Assertiveness
  • Empathy
  • Flexibility
  • Independence
  • Self-regard
  • Impulse control
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Empathy
  • Stress tolerance

What Conditions Does Equine Therapy Treat?

Success has been found with many conditions including, but not limited to, substance abuse, addiction, behavior disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, learning differences, ADD/ADHD, autism, Asperger’s, grief/loss, trauma, sex addiction, compulsive gambling, bipolar, depression and related conditions.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/cognitive-behavioral-therapy/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/cognitive-behavioral-therapy/#respond Tue, 10 Apr 2018 22:12:30 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7341 What is CBT? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Interventions are when our clients and their primary therapist work together to identify harmful patterns of thinking or behaviors. They discuss what impact these behaviors have on their wellbeing, and set goals in an effort to create healthier habits. CBT is a form of therapy that treats problems […]

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What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Interventions are when our clients and their primary therapist work together to identify harmful patterns of thinking or behaviors. They discuss what impact these behaviors have on their wellbeing, and set goals in an effort to create healthier habits. CBT is a form of therapy that treats problems and encourages happiness by adjusting dysfunctional emotions, thoughts, and actions. By focusing on solutions, patients are encouraged to confront distorted thoughts and change unhealthy behavior patterns. The therapeutic relationship between the therapist and their clients is a top priority when using CBT. It is important that the client/therapist relationship is a working connection.

What is CBT Used For?

CBT is a useful tool to address emotional challenges, including manage symptoms of mental illness, prevent a relapse of mental illness symptoms, identify ways to manage emotion, cope with grief or loss, identify ways to manage emotions and resolve relationship conflicts. CBT can also be part of a treatment plan for Mental Health disorders, including but not limited to: sleep disorders, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, OCD, and eating disorders.

What to Expect

CBT sessions can be done in individual sessions, in sessions with family members, or in a group session with other people who are struggling with similar issues. In the first session, patients will learn more about their mental health condition, and then learn and practice techniques to cope with their condition. These techniques include resilience, coping, stress management and relaxation.

4 Steps in CBT

  1. Identify troubling situations or problems in your life
  2. Become aware of your thoughts, emotions, and beliefs concerning these problems.
  3. Identify negative or inaccurate thinking.
  4. Reshape negative or inaccurate thinking.

If you are ready to begin your healing process, contact us today at (615) 891-2226

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/7333-2/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/7333-2/#respond Mon, 09 Apr 2018 23:12:08 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7333 What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy? Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a cognitive behavioral treatment where clients learn new skills that help them observe their emotions in stressful moments, instead of reacting to them. The skills focus on the areas of mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness. This approach works towards helping people increase […]

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What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy?

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a cognitive behavioral treatment where clients learn new skills that help them observe their emotions in stressful moments, instead of reacting to them. The skills focus on the areas of mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness. This approach works towards helping people increase their emotional and cognitive regulation by learning about the triggers that lead to reactive states and helping to assess which coping skills to apply in the sequence of events, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to help avoid undesired reactions. DBT assumes that people are doing their best but lack the skills needed to succeed, or are influenced by positive reinforcement or negative reinforcement that interferes with their ability to function appropriately. DBT is now used in a variety of psychological treatments including treatment for depression, substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injuries, binge-eating disorder, and mood disorders. DBT emphasizes individual psychotherapy and group skills training classes to help people learn and use new skills and strategies to develop a life that they experience as worth living.

The Components of DBT

The goal of DBT is to help clients build a life that they experience as worth living. In DBT, the client and the therapist work together to set goals that are meaningful to the client. Often this means they work on ways to decrease harmful behaviors and replace them with effective, life-enhancing behaviors.

DBT has five components that work together that make up a standard DBT program.

  1. Enhance Capabilities with DBT Skills Training
  2. Enhance Motivation with Individual Therapy
  3. Ensure Generalization with Coaching
  4. Structure the Environment with Case Management
  5. Support Therapists with the DBT Consultation Team

DBT assumes that effective treatment, including group skills training, must pay equal attention to the behavior and experience of providers working with clients as it does to clients’ behavior and experience. Our trained clinicians practice these skills themselves in order to deliver the best treatment possible.

If you believe you are in need of this kind of treatment, contact us today at, (615) 891-2226.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Motivational Interviewing https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/motivational-interviewing/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/motivational-interviewing/#respond Mon, 09 Apr 2018 22:24:32 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7330 Our clinicians use motivational interviewing in an effort to help clients find motivation and move in a positive direction by setting and accomplishing goals, instead of getting stuck and disabled by their indecision. What is Motivational Interviewing? Motivational interviewing is a counseling method that helps people resolve uncertain feelings, thoughts, and insecurities to find motivation from inside themselves […]

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Our clinicians use motivational interviewing in an effort to help clients find motivation and move in a positive direction by setting and accomplishing goals, instead of getting stuck and disabled by their indecision.

What is Motivational Interviewing?

Motivational interviewing is a counseling method that helps people resolve uncertain feelings, thoughts, and insecurities to find motivation from inside themselves which they need to change their behavior. It is a real-world, compassionate, and short-term process that takes into consideration how difficult it is to make life changes. Motivational interviewing is often used to address addiction and it can be used for the management of physical health as well.  This intervention helps people become motivated to change the behaviors that are preventing them from making healthier choices. It can also prepare individuals for further, more specific types of therapies. Motivational Interviewing works best for patients who are less motivated to change, to begin with, those who already want to change have less of a need for this form of treatment. Our trained staff uses motivational interviewing to encourage patients to talk about their need for a change and about their own personal reasons for that change. The interviewer is there to spark a conversation about change, and the way to make that change happen. Motivational interviewing is commonly a short-term form of treatment, with one or two sessions, although it can be used in long-term treatment as well. The role of the therapist is more about listening than intervening. It is a two-step process, step one is to motivate the patient to change, and step two is getting the patient to commit to change.

 

Five Principles of Motivational Interviewing

  1. Express and show empathy toward clients
  2. Support and develop discrepancy
  3. Deal with resistance
  4. Support self-efficacy
  5. Self-sufficiency

Begin your healing process by calling us at (615) 891-2226.

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12 – Step Practices https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/12-2/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/12-2/#respond Mon, 09 Apr 2018 21:47:06 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7326 In addition to the over 60 weekly recovery meetings available within walking distance and clients attending five meetings per week; our clinical team incorporates the principles of the twelve steps into our programming. What is the 12 Step process? The 12-Step philosophy pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous is used by about 74 percent of treatment centers. The basic […]

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In addition to the over 60 weekly recovery meetings available within walking distance and clients attending five meetings per week; our clinical team incorporates the principles of the twelve steps into our programming.

What is the 12 Step process?

The 12-Step philosophy pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous is used by about 74 percent of treatment centers. The basic premise of this model is that people can help one another achieve and maintain abstinence from substances of abuse. Patients can do this through meetings in which they share their experiences with one another support each other in the ongoing effort of maintaining independence from substance abuse. We believe the 12-Step process encourages and builds positive mental health which can contribute to long term recovery. The 12-Step method gives patients a place to surrender their addiction, understand their experience, and move forward into their new lives, forming new patterns and learning new coping mechanisms.

What are the 12 Steps?

  1. We admitted we were powerless over alcohol–that our lives had become unmanageable.
  2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.
  3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.
  4. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
  5. Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
  6. Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character
  7. Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings
  8. Made a list of persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all.
  9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
  10. Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.
  11. Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.
  12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics and to practice these principles in all our affairs.

 

Begin your healing process by calling us at (615) 891-2226.

 

 

 

 

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Trauma Informed Treatment https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/trauma-informed-treatment/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/trauma-informed-treatment/#respond Fri, 23 Mar 2018 17:27:28 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7209 Can you remember a time when you felt safe, comfortable and at ease in your body? Imagine what it would be like to feel that way again. What is Trauma Informed Treatment? Because the body experiences significant stress and changes during a traumatic event, innovative treatment for post traumatic stress incorporates body-centered, or somatic, practices. […]

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Can you remember a time when you felt safe, comfortable and at ease in your body? Imagine what it would be like to feel that way again.

What is Trauma Informed Treatment?

Because the body experiences significant stress and changes during a traumatic event, innovative treatment for post traumatic stress incorporates body-centered, or somatic, practices. Trauma informed treatment is an approach that engages those with a history of trauma by acknowledging traumatic incidents, recognizing its symptoms, and understanding the role trauma has played in their lives. Truama informed treatment is a therapy we offer to help the healing process for any individual who has experienced a trauma.

What We Offer

  • 12-25 hours of trauma informed group therapy weekly (experiential, CBT, DBT oriented)trauma informed treatment
  • Individual therapy with experienced, licensed professionals
  • EMDR
  • Somatic Experiential Interventions
  • Brainspotting
  • Comprehensive Resource Model
  • Integrative Hypnotherapy for treating trauma
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage/bodywork
  • Yoga
  • Breathwork
  • Meditation
  • Nature based groups
  • Adventure based groups
  • Equine Therapy

We offer many different kinds of therapy because we want to tailor the experience for every individual that comes to us. We know that no one person has the same trauma occur and feels the same way after, everyone experiences trauma differently, and that is why it is so important to us to offer a unique treatment plan for every patient. The more you think about healing and creating a life you want to live, the more you realize how important it is to find a program with experienced, skilled staff to work with. Our staff brings their knowledge and own experiences to each patient, creating an individualized treatment plan.  We design a program with you, we take it slow so that you feel safe and comfortable and we commit to helping you heal the wounds that led to the disconnection and desire for relief through substances or other behaviors.

Begin your healing process by calling us at (615) 891-2226.

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Body Centered Therapy https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/body-centered-therapy/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/body-centered-therapy/#respond Fri, 23 Mar 2018 01:24:55 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7191 Imagine loving yourself and feeling comfortable again in your body. Isn’t it time? What is Body Centered Therapy? Body centered therapy incorporates a person’s mind, body, spirit, and emotions in the healing process. At Integrative Life Center, our body centered therapy includes various approaches used to enhance coherence between body, mind, and spirit. Approaches include: […]

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Imagine loving yourself and feeling comfortable again in your body. Isn’t it time?

What is Body Centered Therapy?

Body centered therapy incorporates a person’s mind, body, spirit, and emotions in the healing process.

At Integrative Life Center, our body centered therapy includes various approaches used to enhance coherence between body, mind, and spirit. Approaches include:

  • EMDR, Brainspotting and Comprehensive Resource Model
  • Experiential Therapy (an approach that helps you identify and change subconscious beliefs through activities such as role playing, movement, guided imagery, and a range of other active experiences.
  • Somatic Experiential Therapy (SomEx)
  • Breathwork (an approach that uses breathing practices to improve mental, physical, and spiritual health.
  • Yoga
  • Massage/bodywork
  • Meditation
  • Acudetox and Acupuncture
  • Nature based groups
  • Expressive (art, music, movement) approaches

These different techniques are used to increase awareness of body sensations, behaviors, emotions, and thoughts so the client can learn the relationships between them. This holistic form of therapy engages the body into the therapeutic process. Although relatively new to most treatment programs, body-centered approaches have a long history, and are grounded in valid theoretical practices. Many body centered therapists believe the body holds valuable knowledge to a patient’s condition as the body holds physical and emotional stress and injury that may not be in our conscious awareness. As a result, our body can have a powerful impact on how we think, feel, behave, and view ourselves. By turning to the body as an additional resource in the therapeutic process, a patient can work through many of these concerns and learn to become a self-healer. We believe there is a connection between the mind and body, physical ailments are not only felt by the body, they have an impact on the mind as well. Body centered therapy addresses this connection and considers all factors concerning a patient at one time. These approaches to group and individual therapy help you identify and change negative habits and patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions, which means that you begin to change your how you perceive and experience the world.

 

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Registered Nurse https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/registered-nurse/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/registered-nurse/#respond Wed, 21 Feb 2018 23:16:28 +0000 http://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=7114 Integrative Life Center has a full time opening for a Registered Nurse. Position includes daily interaction with clients enrolled in intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization for the treatment of chemical dependency, eating disorders and mental health issues. The RN reports to the clinical director and serves as the interface between nurse practitioners, clients, and the […]

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Integrative Life Center has a full time opening for a Registered Nurse. Position includes daily interaction with clients enrolled in intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization for the treatment of chemical dependency, eating disorders and mental health issues. The RN reports to the clinical director and serves as the interface between nurse practitioners, clients, and the clinical treatment team. Duties include conducting nursing assessments with clients, scheduling client appointments with nurse practitioners, medical case management, utilizing electronic medical record system and administering TB skin tests, urine drug screens and collecting client weights.

Please send cover letter outlining qualifications, along with a resume, to Beth Marty at beth.marty@integrativelifecenter.com.

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Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/evidence-based-addiction-treatment/ https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/evidence-based-addiction-treatment/#respond Thu, 25 Jan 2018 22:40:59 +0000 https://www.integrativelifecenter.com/?p=4413 What is an Addiction? Addiction comes in many shapes and forms. They can include substance-related addictions like drugs and alcohol, as well as behavioral addictions, such as gambling, food and sex. Often, a combination of substance and behavioral addictions occur in the same individual at varying degrees of severity. Addiction in any of these forms […]

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evidence-based addiction treatment in nashvilleWhat is an Addiction?

Addiction comes in many shapes and forms. They can include substance-related addictions like drugs and alcohol, as well as behavioral addictions, such as gambling, food and sex. Often, a combination of substance and behavioral addictions occur in the same individual at varying degrees of severity. Addiction in any of these forms is a serious, chronic and potentially life-threatening disease. Effective treatment requires a full range of evidence-based addiction treatment services to completely manage and overcome once and for all.

What Are the Signs of Addiction?

Addiction impacts systems in the brain related to reward and motivation. Signs of addiction include:

  • impaired reasoning
  • physiological dependence
  • continued abuse of damaging substances or habits despite its known associated risks

Individuals who struggle with addiction are often unable to control their behavior. Their decision-making abilities are also impaired because of their preoccupation with the substance or habitual behavior to which they are addicted. Addiction treatment should always be administered by licensed medical, clinical and therapeutic specialists who work in concert with an individual’s primary care physician, holistic healers, psychiatrists, therapists, and spiritual counselors. This collaborative, integrated approach results in an effective evidence-based addiction treatment plan that addresses the needs of the whole individual.

Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment in Nashville

At Integrative Life Center, our addiction treatment programs focus on healing mind, body, and spirit through the use of various evidence-based approaches. Our addiction treatment services encompass a full range of modern methodologies, including psychosocial therapy and medicinal care that is consistent with the latest scientifically validated practices and employed by our expert staff of licensed medical and clinical professionals and holistic healers.

We recognize that addiction treatment is a gradual, long-term process that requires integrated, multi-modal treatment and a full continuum of care that is personalized for each client. Through our highly trained and licensed medical, clinical and professional staff, we offer the full spectrum of addiction treatment services including support, therapy, and medical services needed to help distressed, addicted individuals get the professional help they need to move past their addiction and get started on the path to recovery.

Our Addiction Treatment Services, Programs, and Approach

Our full menu of addiction treatment services include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • 12-step philosophy
  • Somatic therapies
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Psychiatric support
  • Massage
  • Yoga
  • Adventure-based therapies

Our therapeutic approaches cater to all manner of addictions, both behavioral and substance related. We are equipped to deal with the following addictions and mental health disorders, in conjunction or as standalone conditions:

Our continuum of care that is designed to meet our clients wherever they are. Whether you or someone you know is in need of a primary addiction treatment program, transitional living, intensive outpatient care, or other support services, our full spectrum of expert care ensures each client get the addiction treatment they need at every step along the way.

Healing from the suffering caused by addiction and co-occurring conditions requires a full-scale, transformative approach that focuses on restoring the whole self, strengthening the mind, body and soul. At Integrative Life Center, our range of addiction treatment services work together as a holistic model of healing that addresses the full complexity of issues that stem from or contribute to the primary addiction problem. Through physical, mental, emotional, cognitive and spiritual healing, we offer opportunities for self-reflection, self-awareness, and physical, emotional and mental wellness in a safe, supportive real world setting.

If you or someone you know is in need of addiction treatment, contact Integrative Life Center’s intake coordinator for a free screening and learn more about our full range of comprehensive addiction treatment programs dedicated to getting you on the path to recovery.

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