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Going into Rehab Together with Your Spouse

Tips for Going into Rehab Together with Your Spouse

June 13, 2017 11:32 am - - Leave your thoughts

Not every couple suffers from addiction together. Most of the time, either the husband or wife develops alcohol or drug dependence which causes many problems financially and for the relationship. However, there are instances when both partners, sometimes even from the beginning of the relationship, are users, abusers, or addicted […]

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Nicole’s Story

June 12, 2017 9:47 am - - Leave your thoughts

I’ve been a mess for a very long, long time. I didn’t just want treatment, I needed it!! My life was in a downward spiral and I didn’t have the skills needed to turn it around. So I made probably the most important phone call of my life that lead […]

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Johari’s Window

June 12, 2017 9:45 am - - Leave your thoughts

I would like to discuss one of the many emphases we as therapists work toward when working with clients in an individual or group setting. For this discussion, I will be referring to “The Gift of Therapy”by Irvin D. Yalom. If you can please look below at what is the […]

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Family Group Continues to Grow

June 12, 2017 9:43 am - - Leave your thoughts

Family group continues to grow and families continue to heal. Blessed are those that come together and share their hurt, frustrations, confusion, difficulties, and knowledge with others. Every Thursday families come together to not only support their loved ones (the addict), but to help heal themselves and the family as […]

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Emilia’s Story

June 12, 2017 9:40 am - - Leave your thoughts

When I first decided I needed treatment, it wasn’t an a-ha moment. There was no light bulb, no bright rays from heaven. When I first decided I needed treatment my life was flipped upside down. I had to leave everything I’ve ever known – family, friends, location – and move, […]

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Boundaries

June 12, 2017 9:38 am - - Leave your thoughts

It’s not selfish to want for ourselves. We often grow believing about how ideal it is to be completely selfless and how we should feel awful when we actually want something for ourselves but that simply isn’t the case. To establish ourselves when dealing with the difference between being compassionate […]

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Common Addiction Triggers

The Most Common Addiction Triggers

June 1, 2017 9:24 am - - Leave your thoughts

Recognizing your addiction triggers can be one of the most effective ways to maintain long-term sobriety.  This is an especially important skill in your first year of sobriety and the one you should hold close to you post drug and alcohol rehab.  After all, staying away from any drugs or […]

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