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Learning to be Grateful: The Power of Service

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“You should be grateful for what you have.” This suggestion is often given to alcoholics, whether in active addiction or during their recovery. The topic of “gratitude” is frequently proposed in 12 Step discussion meetings, and if you have ever been in such a meeting, you know that the dialogue which follows can quickly disintegrate… Read On »

Showing Gratitude Through Action

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Drew Rothermel, MBA, JD – President and Chief Executive Officer, Origins Behavioral HealthCare As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, it is natural to begin reflecting upon the aspects of our lives which elicit the most genuine feelings of gratitude. Those things that make our spirit thankful. Given enough time, we will probably be able to… Read On »

Staff Spotlight | Jennifer Lee, Corporate Director of Compliance

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Jennifer Lee, MS – Corporate Director of Compliance In her role as Corporate Director of Compliance, Jennifer serves as the primary point of contact for all compliance issues and all internal and external monitoring, auditing, investigative and reporting processes, procedures and systems. She oversees licensing, regulatory standards and policies and procedures across all Origins campuses.… Read On »

Bacon and Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts

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Brian McGibbons – Chef de Cuisine Growing up surrounded by different culinary ethnicities and with a mother who was a great cook, Chef Brian was introduced to the culinary world at a very young age. In the early 90s, he began his culinary career by working in several trendy Colorado ski towns, which led him to attend… Read On »

Strawberry Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust

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Brian McGibbons – Chef de Cuisine Growing up surrounded by different culinary ethnicities and with a mother who was a great cook, Chef Brian was introduced to the culinary world at a very young age. In the early 90s, he began his culinary career by working in several trendy Colorado ski towns, which led him to attend… Read On »

Strawberry Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust

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Brian McGibbons – Chef de Cuisine Growing up surrounded by different culinary ethnicities and with a mother who was a great cook, Chef Brian was introduced to the culinary world at a very young age. In the early 90s, he began his culinary career by working in several trendy Colorado ski towns, which led him to attend… Read On »

Combat Holiday Stress and Anxiety – Rewire Your Brain

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Laura Martinez, LCDC-I| Director of PsychoNeuroPlasticity Perhaps you have not noticed, but your anxiety and emotionality may be rising with each passing day as we steadily approach the end of the year. The marking of the end of the year usually consumes us into tales of the unknown which are concealed in turkeys, bright shiny… Read On »

Elton John Continues to Fight Powerful Stigma of Addiction

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Legendary musician Elton John has a longstanding history of being vocal about his recovery from addiction. Over the course of his 27 years in recovery, he has shared his experience both privately and – perhaps even more important for the recovery community at large –  publicly. The week at Harvard University, he took yet another step… Read On »

Navigating the Holidays When Your Son or Daughter is in Early Recovery 

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By Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP – Clinical Fellow Families can experience many emotions while navigating the holidays, whether in still waters or rough seas. Friends and families come together and we place at the forefront of our thoughts all of the joy of our connections that we sometimes forget in the day-to-day. In… Read On »

Hanley Center Clinical Philosophy

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What we believe (part 1) Addiction and Mental Health Disorders are legitimate diseases requiring systematic treatment.  “Our patients are not bad people trying to get good; they are sick people trying to get well.” All patients come to treatment with ambivalence.  This is why they are here.  It is not our patients’ job to have… Read On »