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Spotlight Series – Koyt Kifer

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Koyt Kifer, M.Ed., LCDC   Koyt Kifer grew up outside of Dallas and graduated from Ole Miss in 2002 with a bachelors’ degree in art.  Koyt spent the next decade moving around the country from Maui, HI, Big Bear, CA, Gypson, CO, to Red River, NM.  He usually worked as a youth ski instructor during… Read On »

Love, Service & Recovery

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Kacy Ritter, Community Outreach & Social Media Strategist When we think of Valentine’s Day, visions of glittered cards and red roses often come to mind. Romantic love is the focal point of the holiday, an unwelcome experience for those in addiction who have isolated themselves from significant others and loved ones. Though few can debate… Read On »

The Power of Ceremonies and Rituals in the Transformation Process

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Laura Martinez, LCDC-I,  Director of PsychoNeuroPlasticity When a client enters treatment at Origins, their challenges are not uniform, yet all of these individuals create stress at their core which often yields personal existential questions. A client enters treatment to do more than just attain sobriety – they come to find a deeper life meaning and… Read On »

TJ Howard

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Hosted by veteran Florida broadcaster Russ Morley, ADDICTION TODAY is a talk radio program devoted to exposing the extent and root causes of drug and alcohol addiction in today’s society, the consequences of non-action, and offers practical and results focused solutions. Guests include counseling and medical professionals, addiction professionals, pharmaceutical representatives, recovering addicts, political leaders,… Read On »

Spotlight Series – Janaleen Solis

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Janaleen Solis, LPC-I, LCDC – Primary Counselor   Jana is a native of McAllen, Texas where she has lived since childhood. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Texas–Pan American and a master’s degree in counseling from Dallas Baptist University, Jana joined our Origins Behavioral HealthCare family in March 2015.   What… Read On »

Spotlight Series – Tara Paparo

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  Tara Paparo – Executive Assistant to Executive Director and Clinical Director of Hanley Center   Tara is from the Village of Wappingers Falls, New York, about 60 miles north of New York City and relocated to South Florida in 1999. Tara worked for the Hanley Center for many years before Origins Behavioral HealthCare moved… Read On »

My Journey as an Alum and Staff Member

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Neal  Hoontis, Admissions Specialist  Gratitude is to deeply and personally recognize the union of one’s journey with the blessings that were laid along its path. It is a retrospective contemplation. Giving attention to the past, cultivating humility and appreciation for the today. Along my personal journey towards a life of meaning Hanley Center at Origins… Read On »

Rick Hubbard

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Hosted by veteran Florida broadcaster Russ Morley, ADDICTION TODAY is a talk radio program devoted to exposing the extent and root causes of drug and alcohol addiction in today’s society, the consequences of non-action, and offers practical and results focused solutions. Guests include counseling and medical professionals, addiction professionals, pharmaceutical representatives, recovering addicts, political leaders,… Read On »

The Phenomenon of the “New Normal” in Families Dealing with Addiction

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Daniel R. Perzanoski, BS, CSAC – Family Services and IOP Counselor Over the years that I have worked in addiction treatment, family treatment, and recovery, the biggest question family members have is, “How did we get here?”  The family learns and understands the disease of addiction for their addicted loved one; they even grasp and take… Read On »

Growing in Step 11

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Orlando Montalvo, LCDC – Executive Director  Let’s talk about Step 11 for a bit. Step 11 states: “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 it out.” Why you ask? Most of us… Read On »