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Behavioral Compulsivity

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Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP – Clinical Director, Hanley Center at Origins Over the past two decades, we have learned through research that when people are addicted to drugs and alcohol, there is a change in their brain that causes the instinct part of the brain (the mid-brain) to take priority over the impulse… Read On »

The Clinical Side of PsychoNeuroPlasticity

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By: Aubri Clements, MSW, LCDC-I| NeuroPlasticity Specialist PNP and the therapeutic component have very different, yet equally important roles in the treatment process here at Origins. I joined the Origins family as a member of the PsychoNeuroPlasticity (PNP) department, which focuses highly on building healthy coping skills, neurological healing, and transformation. This can be anything… Read On »

Immersion of 12 Step Principles in Origins’ Treatment

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Origins Behavioral HealthCare takes pride in offering evidence informed treatment in all of our programs while recognizing that addiction is a multifaceted disease and treatment must be driven by the challenges of individual patients. Origins addresses these challenges by creating a unique blend of state of the art science with research proven axioms found in… Read On »

Merging PNP with 12 Step Recovery

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Ramon Rodriguez, PNP Specialist Is there a correlation between what PsychoNeuroPlasticity (PNP) interventions and the 12 steps of recovery do for the individual when applied? Definitely. I have taken the 12 steps myself and applied them to my own life. There has been a profound change in my way of thinking and living. I have… Read On »

The Death of Prince

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By Susan Doneth, BS – Admissions Manager The death of Prince. Cause of death still unknown. Speculation runs rampant with unconfirmed reports of an overdose on Percocet that was treated with Narcan days before his death. No, we do not yet know how he died, but I do not think that the existing speculation shows… 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 »

A Central Cornerstone of PNP: The BAUD

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Dr. Frank Lawlis, Ph.D. – Director of Psychological and Neurological Plasticity Programs As more people have read about Psychoneuroplasticity (PNP) (Lawlis with Martinez, Psychoneuroplastricity Protocols in Addictions), there has been a growing interest in the device called the BioAccoustical Utilization Device (BAUD). A brief understanding needs to come about to understand how this instrument works… Read On »

7 (Romance-Free) Ways to Share Your Love

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 When we think of Valentine’s Day, visions of glittered cards and red roses often come to mind. For those without a significant other, this can be an unwelcome image. Though few can debate the delight found in heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, there is far more to love than presents wrapped in red cellophane. True love… Read On »

Learning to Sleep

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By Preston Satchwell For those who struggle with addiction, “just go to sleep” is as frustrating a statement as “just stop using.” Many have the desire for a full night’s rest, but lack the education and resources on how to accomplish this. In the Psychoneuroplasticity (PNP) sleep program, we offer the tools to turn this… Read On »

New Year, Fresh Perspectives

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    Drew Rothermel – President and Chief Executive Officer The New Year is a time of renewal, one which offers each of us the chance to adopt fresh perspectives and revive previous commitments to both personal and professional values. During this contemplative period, we are quietly empowered to reflect on the experiences of the… Read On »