Clayton Redfield MA Psych/CMHC, Adjunct Professor of Psychology & Juvenile Justice, is most noted for his therapeutic self-help series utilizing the One-Thought Process®, which he developed over his years of research and practice working with such ineffaceable disorders as chronic criminal behavior and Substance Use.
His many books are available now in 18 languages throughout the world.
Mr. Redfield, was the Director of Clinical Services for Michigan's New Path Medical detox, SUD and Community Corrections for Genesee County Criminal Behavior facilities and the innovative peer-led, peer-driven, male, female and transgender recovery housing communities since 2009 under the auspices of Genesee Health System.
He helped write the GHS Recovery Oriented System of Care whose Mission statement is “Better life through recovery in a supportive community, bridging formal & informal networks of care.”
He continues to produce numerous public services announcements for 'Stop the Stigma of Addiction' and 'Addiction Is Not a Choice' campaigns, all still available for free media use worldwide at https://www.facebook.com/AddictionIsNotAChoice.
His One Thought® Process from the Change ANY Behavior series, was founded on the brief-therapy principle that most cognitive behavioral disorders can be treated using a simple process of thought replacement therapy enhanced by a simple, free assist-technology.
Mr. Redfield is devoted to helping everyone change their chosen behaviors whenever he can and lives in Michigan with his wife Susan, about whom he says, "I owe for everything good in my life."
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