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Beyond the Jargon

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What’s behind those fine-sounding terms on the website? Which provide useful information, and which are bells and whistles to enhance attractiveness?


Taking Action: Know the Enemy

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The behaviors of alcoholics and addicts are so predictable because the disease follows a certain progression.


Do-It-Yourself Repairs

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By focusing on the welfare of someone else, James had gotten the full benefit of the Ninth Step.


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Families Blogs


Tell Us What You Think, Part 1

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We hope you’ll take a moment to help us out! It’s easy, and completely anonymous.


Resolution or Resolve?

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What I like about resolve is that it has no sell-by date. Resolve focuses on progress, not perfection.


Recidivism Trap

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As if he were proud of it — as if his list of treatment ‘failures’ represented a weird sort of achievement.


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Lifestyle Balance Model for Recovery

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This is where ‘recovery work’ comes in, in the form of acquiring healthy strategies to successfully handle (i.e., without resorting to substance use) stressful situations and resulting emotions.


Predicting Success in Groups

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We don’t need to ‘cure’ social anxiety, only to increase the individual’s level of control over his or her emotions…


Collegiate Recovery Program Study: Recovering Students Face Multiple Addictions

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Close to 20% reported being in recovery from one or more behavioral addictions – especially disordered eating, sex and love addiction, and self harm…


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Clinician Blogs


Tell Us What You Think, Part 1

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We hope you’ll take a moment to help us out! It’s easy, and completely anonymous.


Recidivism Trap

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As if he were proud of it — as if his list of treatment ‘failures’ represented a weird sort of achievement.


Understanding Objections to 12 Step Groups

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This is also an opportunity to work on an all-important issue in early recovery: personal boundaries.


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Lifestyle Balance Model for Recovery

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This is where ‘recovery work’ comes in, in the form of acquiring healthy strategies to successfully handle (i.e., without resorting to substance use) stressful situations and resulting emotions.


Ten Steps to a Strategic Plan

Business documents and binders, strategic planning for managers

“I don’t know why we bother. Hardly any of the stuff we predict ever comes to pass.”


How Come Outcomes?

Private Detective

Yet because the information is compiled by an outside firm, the program can trumpet ‘independently verified’ outcomes.


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Programs Blogs


Tell Us What You Think, Part 1

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We hope you’ll take a moment to help us out! It’s easy, and completely anonymous.


What Makes a Successful Treatment Program

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Lose the community’s confidence in our ability to provide a safe, secure environment for their loved ones, and it’s over.


To Maintain or Not to Maintain?

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You know what would help put an end to the debate? A protocol and procedures for a successful transition off maintenance for those patients who would prefer not to remain dependent.



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Lifestyle Balance Model for Recovery

January 26, 2015 in Articles, Library

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This is where ‘recovery work’ comes in, in the form of acquiring healthy strategies to successfully handle (i.e., without resorting to substance use) stressful situations and resulting emotions.


Beyond the Jargon

January 22, 2015 in Articles

Business Information - About our services document

What’s behind those fine-sounding terms on the website? Which provide useful information, and which are bells and whistles to enhance attractiveness?


Taking Action: Know the Enemy

January 19, 2015 in Articles

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The behaviors of alcoholics and addicts are so predictable because the disease follows a certain progression.


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