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How Drug Use Changes Your Brain

How Drug Use Changes Your Brain

Evidence shows us continued drug use affects the brain in many ways, and getting into treatment early enough can save the brain. Drug use can affect the brain in short-term ways, some which can be reversed. But, chronic drug and alcohol misuse can create more...

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Alcoholism and Addiction in Corporate Leadership

Alcoholism and Addiction in Corporate Leadership

When you picture someone with a substance use disorder, you may think of the homeless man or woman begging for change on the street or the person you read about in the paper arrested for theft. This stereotype is untrue and dangerous. Additionally, it only fuels...

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Holding Our Stories Lightly

Holding Our Stories Lightly

Timothy Mayer, LMHC, QS, Primary Therapist Our stories are not us. At the most basic level, we are owners of reflexive consciousness, which means we can have thoughts about the thoughts we think. We can also make ourselves the subject and observer of those thoughts....

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The Importance of Continuing Care in Recovery

The Importance of Continuing Care in Recovery

Tara Paparo CAC, ICADC | Alumni Care Coordinator Continuing care is a lifeline to thriving in recovery after you’ve finished your residential treatment. The support and growth that you have experienced during your stay at Origins continues without pause. Yes, you will...

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Nutrition and Mental Health

Nutrition and Mental Health

By Tim Pearce, Executive Chef  I love food. Thai, BBQ, my mums, French and Italian, I love it all. I’ve been cooking all my life, and food has taken me to places far and wide. My elder brother was a chef, that’s where I stole the idea. His influence played a huge part...

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The “Fuel” for Family Systems

The “Fuel” for Family Systems

Stephen Honaker LMHC, QS - Family Services Counselor In my role as a family counselor at Hanley Center and Headwaters, I am frequently educating patients and family members regarding the topic of families as systems. While it is true that people inherently understand...

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From Concealing to Revealing a Substance Use Disorder

From Concealing to Revealing a Substance Use Disorder

In an era when people use social media daily to present a flawless version of themselves, using those same platforms to share anything less than perfect may seem risky.  While we know inspirational recovery stories do get public attention on those sites, it’s not...

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Uncovering False Narratives

Uncovering False Narratives

Dr. Sandra Betancourt, PHD, MCAP, ICADC, CMHP – CLINICAL DIRECTOR In her book, “The Golden Ghetto: The Psychology of Affluence," Jesse H. O’Neill defines the phenomenon of affluenza as the development of “an unhealthy or dysfunctional relationship with money that...

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How Self-Care Sustains the Legal Careers of Women

How Self-Care Sustains the Legal Careers of Women

Sustaining a career in law is challenging for anyone, but evidence shows us that women are especially affected and in need of additional help to remain in legal careers. In a profession where women depart at a higher rate than men, in part due to intense pressure that...

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