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Research & Advocacy: Powerful Weapons Against Stigma

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by Andrew Rothermel, President & CEO “Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease, and if left untreated, alcoholism is fatal.” Though these basic tenets are heard frequently in the addiction treatment industry, and in the greater recovery community as a whole, the public remains largely misinformed about alcoholism. Alcohol Awareness Month serves as a powerful reminder… Read On »

Hanley Center at Origins – Staff Physician

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Origins Behavioral HealthCare of Florida is currently looking for a Staff Physician to oversee the medical care of its patients. Origins’ treatment philosophy represents a rare fusion of contemporary addiction medicine and clinical sciences with a profound immersion in the timeless Twelve Step experience. Origins delivers a highly-individualized, longer-term, gender-specific treatment experience that holistically nurtures… Read On »

Melissa Crouse, Professional Relations Officer, New York

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Staff Spotlight: Melissa Crouse, Professional Relations Officer, New York Area Melissa Crouse represents Origins as the Professional Relations Officer in the New York metropolitan area, which includes: the five boroughs of NYC, New Jersey, Westchester, Long Island and Connecticut. Before joining Origins in 2015 Melissa worked in the NYC regional office for a prominent treatment… Read On »

Florida Location, Now Hiring

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Origins Behavioral HealthCare is a fast growing, nationally-recognized treatment provider with exciting career opportunities for the most qualified professionals in the industry. Founded on the principle of service, Origins delivers excellent care in exquisite environments to help those suffering from chemical dependency and alcoholism. Origins’ treatment philosophy represents a rare fusion of contemporary addiction medicine… Read On »

Music, Wellness and Sleep

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Preston Satchwell, Recovery Advocate Coordinator & PNP Liaison  “OK, I will have 8 hours of sleep if I can fall asleep in 10 minutes. Should I get groceries this weekend? I wonder how I did on that test. Work will be so busy tomorrow! 6 hours if I can just get some shut-eye. Maybe I should… Read On »

Spotlight Series – Jay Meldman

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Jay K. Meldman, ICADC, CAC – Admissions Specialist Jay Meldman grew up in Chicago, Illinois where he attended Loyola Academy until his graduation in 2006. He moved to Austin, Texas with his father and attended school at the University of Texas in San Antonio. Following his own personal struggle with alcoholism, Jay moved to the… Read On »

Caring for the Caregiver

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By Madeleine Narvilas, Esq., LCSW “Put your own oxygen mask on first before tending to your children and their masks!” How many times have we all heard this said by the flight attendants before take-off? It’s a familiar mantra, not even just for parents traveling with kids. I was recently on a flight from Florida… Read On »

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 »