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A Treatment Strategy For Life

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By Dr. Michael Weiner, PhD, MCAP of Lifespan Recovery Management (LRM) in West Palm Beach, FL. LRM is a private practice dedicated to treating the chronic disorder of addiction without stigma or shame. Prominent addiction research leaders John F. Kelly, PhD, and William White in 2011 published an article titled “Recovery Management: What If We… Read On »

Positivity in the Struggle with Shea Barakatt

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What is health? Is it just the absence of being sick or is there something more? What is freedom? Is it the absence of being locked up or is there something more?  What is peace? Is it simply the absence of conflict or is there something more? Welcome to the Something More hosted by Origins… Read On »

The Journey of Recovery with Jeff Jay

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  What is health? Is it just the absence of being sick or is there something more? What is freedom? Is it the absence of being locked up or is there something more?  What is peace? Is it simply the absence of conflict or is there something more? Welcome to the Something More hosted by… Read On »

The Power of Age-Specific Programming

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Brad Sylvain – Vice President of Operations A common misconception I have experienced during my recovery journey, as well as in my professional career in behavioral health, is the idea that someone may be too young or too old to seek treatment. This message leaves us with the mistaken belief that young people are just… Read On »

Measurement Based Care: What Is It and How Does It Help?

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“Ok, we are going to get some bloodwork done to see what is happening.” If you have ever been to a doctor, you are familiar with this sentence. Labs are used to confirm a theory the physician has procured about a patient’s diagnosis. Over time, measurements like these are also useful markers to track the… Read On »

Growing in Community with Deborah Kuzmin, LCSW

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 What is health? Is it just the absence of being sick or is there something more? What is freedom? Is it the absence of being locked up or is there something more?  What is peace? Is it simply the absence of conflict or is there something more? Welcome to the Something More hosted by… Read On »

The Mind-Body Connection and Multidisciplinary Care

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The idea that mental health and physical health are intricately related is not new. Some of the oldest medical practices, such as Ayurvedic Medicine and acupuncture, use the mind-body connection as a foundation for healing. Today, advanced disciplines such as psychoneuroimmunology and health psychology understand that many factors – including psychological and behavioral factors – contribute… 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 »

Why Gender-Specific Therapy Groups Matter

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  Men and women have a lot to learn from each other in the recovery process. Though their lives are different, from their anatomy to the way they experience life, men and women still share their humanity, which will always bond them to each other. In mixed therapy groups, men and women have an opportunity… Read On »

Will Family Programming Help My Family Heal?

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When a loved one attends treatment for an addiction, a mental health disorder, or co-occurring mental health disorders, many times there is a family system, along with a family history, which needs healing. The struggles and sufferings of a loved one affect the whole family. In a family system, everyone has a role to play,… Read On »