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Primary Counselor – Origins Counseling Dallas IOP

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Full Time • Dallas, TX Primary Counselor at Origins Counseling Dallas (IOP) Are you passionate about putting your clinical and recovery skills to use serving individuals suffering from Substance Use and other Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders? If so, Origins Counseling Dallas’ Primary Counselor role may be for you. Origins Behavioral Healthcare (OBH) At OBH we… Read On »

Staying Connected in a Time of Disconnect

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Joe Hartwell, Alumni Care Coordinator Greetings family, In the spiritual life, what we think we are doing is actually being done to us. All we can do is say yes to it! During this time of crisis, the Origins Alumni Team has tripled our efforts in providing support to our future alumni leaving treatment and… Read On »

The Empty Pickle Barrel

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Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP My father grew up in Downers Grove and went to college at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. His father was a delivery driver in the city. My father relayed to me a story about a tumultuous time for Chicago when there were race riots in the ’60s. As the… Read On »

Recognizing Addiction During A National Pandemic  

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Alcoholism, drug addiction, and substance use disorders lead to – and flourish in – isolation and secrecy. But, as people with addiction are forced to quarantine with their loved one, signs of substance use that may have been hidden from view come to the forefront. Substance use is often the central organizing principle of a person’s life,… Read On »

Service in Social Isolation

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  By Cara O’Neil, Regional Director of Alumni Services There have been times in my life when I have been feeling low, and I’ve told myself, “Cara, you still have sports and you still have 12 Step meetings.” Well, I woke up the other day and there were no sports on my television. There was… Read On »

A New Year’s Letter from Our CEO, Jim Caldwell

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It’s hard to believe that Christmas is over and the holiday season has come to an end. It’s even harder to believe that 2019 and the second decade of the century are over. Time marches relentlessly onward, taking us with it. But a New Year and a new decade lie ahead, bringing with them all… Read On »

A Sober Holiday, A Spiritual Experience

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Claire Lavergne, Hannah’s House Alumni Care Coordinator For the longest time, I felt like I was running up a hill because I kept fighting everything and everybody. I was full of fear; my family completely cut me off and did not want to participate in my life anymore. I was on my own in Dallas,… Read On »

Origins Behavioral HealthCare Announces Partnership with Windhaven

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(Dallas, TX) – Origins Behavioral HealthCare is pleased to announce a partnership with Windhaven House and Windhaven Counseling Center, providers of transitional living, extended care services and intensive outpatient programming (IOP) for women based in Dallas, TX, according to Jim Caldwell, President and CEO of Origins Behavioral HealthCare. “This partnership underscores our focus on continuing… Read On »

Kim Garrett, LCSW, LCDC, CCISM, MBA, Selected as Executive Director of Origins’ Texas Programs

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We are pleased to announce that Kim Garrett, LCSW, LCDC, CCISM, MBA, has been selected as the new Executive Director of Origins Behavioral HealthCare’s programs in South Padre Island, Texas. As a seasoned Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Kim brings to the task nearly 30 years of mental and behavioral health experience. She will be exclusively… Read On »

Pain Becomes Blessings

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Bart Ross – Recovery and Alumni Services Coordinator, Hanley Center at Origins A common question is if God is so loving, why do we suffer from alcoholism and other sufferings in our life? I still don’t personally know the whole answer to this question, and probably never will, but I can understand and accept that… Read On »