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Overdoses Highlight Need for Clinical Integrity and Self-care

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by Vice President of Clinical Operations, Kerry Coyle, MSW In a shocking news report released yesterday, two staffers were found dead after having overdosed on heroin and fentanyl in an unlicensed Pennsylvania recovery home. The tragic story highlights the critical nature of the opioid epidemic in the United States while drawing attention to systemic concerns about the clinical integrity… Read On »

Meet Hanley Center’s New Executive Director

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Brad Sylvain, MPA, CAP – Executive Director Brad brings nearly a decade of mental health and substance use disorder treatment experience to his role as Executive Director of Hanley Center. As the former Corporate Director of Admissions, he was responsible for most appropriately placing patients in treatment programs, either within the Origins’ continuum or with… Read On »

Origins: A Guiding Light for Families

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After 10 years of living in Los Angeles and 20 years of working in addiction treatment, I moved back to Texas in 2008. I had grown weary in the direction addiction treatment had taken so decided to open a private practice. One day, I reluctantly agreed to meet a young man who wanted to tell me… Read On »

A Vision for Addiction Rehabilitation

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by Dr. Frank Lawlis, Director of Psychological and Neurological Plasticity Programs     Since its inception, The PsychoNeuroPlasticity Center (PNP) inside of Origins has focused highly on combating addiction through on cutting-edge research on the brain’s capacity to restructure and renew itself.  Those of us within the PNP Center are very pleased with the direction and potentials… Read On »

Connie Motley Rejoins Origins Behavioral HealthCare

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Connie Motley – Clinical Director, Hanley Center at Origins In her new role as Clinical Director, Connie will provide clinical leadership and administrative oversight to the substance use disorder treatment programs at Hanley Center. Having previously spent five years at Origins in South Padre Island, Connie is well versed in Origins’ treatment modalities and its… Read On »

Origins Behavioral HealthCare Acquired by TRT Holdings, Inc.

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (May 9, 2017) – Origins Behavioral HealthCare today announced it has been acquired by TRT Holdings, Inc., a diversified private holding company owned by the Rowling family of Dallas that owns other successful brands, including Omni Hotels & Resorts and Gold’s Gym. This major acquisition in the substance use disorder treatment… Read On »

The Revolving Door of Addiction Treatment: A Response to William White

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by Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP – Clinical Fellow William White, renowned author of “Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America”, recently raised valid concerns about the ongoing recycling of patients in an aptly named blog, “The Revolving Door of Addiction Treatment”.  As leaders in the addiction treatment industry, we felt… 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 »

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 »

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 »