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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 »

Link Between Physical Activity and Depression in Older Adults

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Dr. John Dyben, Clinical Fellow Depression is a common phenomenon that is associated with numerous biological and psychological conditions and states.  As we age, the likelihood that we will experience depression increases, and it is one of the top three most common mental health diagnoses for older adults. For this reason, many older adults find themselves prescribed… Read On »

10 Powerful Quotes from Jamie Lee Curtis on the Opioid Crisis

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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis has a longstanding history of being vocal about her recovery from opiates. Over the course of her 18 years in recovery, she has shared her experience both privately and – perhaps even more important for the recovery community at large –  publicly. Last night on Chris Connelly, she took yet another… 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 »

A Three Phase Focus for Healing the Brain

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By Frank Lawlis, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.  If brain patterns governing muscles can be regenerated and reorganized to create adaptive functions, why couldn’t brain patterns managing behavior or emotions be susceptible to similar rehabilitation methods? The answer is that they can, in fact, be regenerated and reregulated with the same principles as physical neural rebirthing (neurogenesis) and… Read On »

What is PsychoNeuroPlasticity?

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By Frank Lawlis, Ph.D., A.B.P.P. and Barbara Peavey, Ph.D., M.S. PsyPharm, BCIAC The term PsychoNeuroPlasticity comes from the relative use of neurological measurement technology, illustrating that how the brain is wired contributes to how the person functions and that the brain not only heals itself, but regenerates new connections within itself. Although we have known… Read On »

The Best Decision I Ever Made

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by Billy R., Origins Recovery Center Alum, Sober Since 1/1/16   My name is Billy and I am recovered drug addict. I wanted to take a moment here to talk about my experience at Origins Recovery. I am 7 year user of heroin and other opiates. By the time I was 16, I was heavily… Read On »

Investing in Relationships

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  Greetings to all our Origin family members. No matter where you are in your own recovery, I just wanted to remind you and emphasize the importance of relationships.    I’m not talking about just romance, I’m speaking of relationships with all that this new life has to offer. “Having had a spiritual awakening as… Read On »

Must I know God in Step Two prior to moving to Step Three?

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   The short answer is no. I consistently watch people get twisted around the God idea based on this misunderstanding of the proposition presented in Step Two.   Let’s assume that Step One has been adequately presented. If a newcomer identifies with Step One, we naturally assume that they will buy into the God idea, or really any solution at this point. “Many times… Read On »

From Client to Co-Worker

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  Kellye DeBerry, Alumni Coordinator at Hanley Center   A little over two years ago, the Hanley Center saved my life.    My alcoholism and drug addiction brought me to my knees and I had succumbed to the idea that I would live the rest of my life in misery. I was physically, mentally and spiritually broken… Read On »