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CHEECH & WRONG: THE LEGENDS AND MYTHS ABOUT POT USE IN YOUNG ADULTS

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 Few substances today are more argued over than marijuana, specifically the psychoactive drug THC that is one of the over 400 compounds found in the plant. Go into any place where people are gathered, mention “pot,” and you will experience an endless sea of often emotional opinions. Unfortunately, opinions are often formed from hearsay or… Read On »

Alcohol-Related ER Visits On The Rise Nationwide

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A steady annual increase in trips made to emergency rooms as a result of drinking alcohol showed a startling jump between 2006 and 2014 according to a recent study published this month in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.   The increase in alcohol-related trips to the ER added up to 61 percent more… Read On »

Importance of Family Therapy for Older Adult Recovery

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The family is the natural context for healing the older adult and for finding recovery. Family Therapy is a significant part of the treatment process at Hanley Center at Origins for older adults caught in the insidious web of alcoholism and addiction. Family therapy can be described as the art of joining with a family… Read On »

The Obsession Has Been Lifted | Hannah’s House Alumni Testimonial

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I had been in and out of the rooms of recovery for about 5 years before I came to Hannah’s House, which was my 9th and hopefully last treatment attempt. I felt like I had tried everything – IOP, halfway houses, 12 step groups, therapy, medication. You name it. I could quote the Big Book… Read On »

Will You Make a Resolution or a Decision?

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The holidays are upon us and I’m brought to the famous New Year’s resolutions made by everyone each year.  So many people pledge to start exercising, eat healthy, and lose weight – very common resolutions. Every single year for almost eight years I remember pledging that my New Year’s resolution would be to stop drinking… Read On »

Spotlight Series – Katie Jo Larkin, Primary Counselor

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Katie grew up in Wellington, FL, where she played Varsity Softball and Varsity Volleyball. She graduated high school with honors and then moved to Orlando, FL, where she obtained her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. At that point, she returned home to be closer to her family and became… Read On »

Understanding “Failure to Launch” Clients

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By Kerry Coyle, Executive Director of Hanley Center at Origins Adolescence is an important stage in human development that is essentially the bridge between childhood and adulthood. During this stage of development, individuals typically develop skills for independent living while maintaining dependence on their primary family systems. In some cases, however, individuals may enter adolescence… Read On »

White Chocolate Holiday Bark

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Timothy Pearce – Executive Chef, Hanley Center at Origins In 1987, Chef Timothy Pearce began his culinary training in England. During the ’90s he apprenticed for three Michelin Starred Chefs and was working on staff when one British restaurant received the highest Michelin rating. On another exciting evening, he had the opportunity to cater to… Read On »

Loved One Struggling to Stay Sober During The Holidays?

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Often, in the face of addiction and/or alcoholism, there is a complete breakdown in relationships with the alcoholic or addict needing recovery. Not only is the suffering person scared, frustrated and hopeless but so are the concerned family members and friends. Sleepless nights spent waiting for him or her to come home, numerous calls to… Read On »

Will You Make a Resolution or a Decision?

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The holidays are upon us and I’m brought to the famous New Year’s resolutions made by everyone each year.  So many people pledge to start exercising, eat healthy, and lose weight – very common resolutions. Every single year for almost eight years I remember pledging that my New Year’s resolution would be to stop drinking… Read On »