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Insomnia: The Medication Dilemma

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Insomnia is at the top of the list of common problems for both active addicts and the newly recovering, and sleeping meds can pose risks.


Intrusive Thoughts

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In most cases, the intrusive thoughts associated with addiction (cravings, disturbing images, etc) go away during the course of recovery.


Not-So-Early Recovery

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But no matter how difficult a challenge or how great a triumph it is for us to get from there to here, life’s still going to keep throwing more problems at us.


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Families Blogs


A Brief Rant About the Internet

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The idea is to collect hits, and that happened the moment you clicked the link. Ad revenue is what it’s all about. The more clicks, the more they can charge.


A System That Could Be One

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To make the CMHC system a reality, we’d need— hold your breath, this can be scary— a national plan that requires stable funding.


A System That Isn’t One

It makes little sense to criticize our “system” of mental health care, when it’s only a system in some places. In the national sense, it isn’t a system at all, and never has been.


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Creating a Culture of Customer Satisfaction, Part 7

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You’re probably not thinking about the stuff you wrote about today’s middling-good group session as something that could be important when an insurance company reviews the case.


Insomnia: The Medication Dilemma

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Insomnia is at the top of the list of common problems for both active addicts and the newly recovering, and sleeping meds can pose risks.


Intrusive Thoughts

Brain reminder memory loss mental health medical concept of Dementia and Alzheimer's disease with the medical icon of an office note with a drawing as a shape of a human head pinned to a wall with a red thumb tack.

In most cases, the intrusive thoughts associated with addiction (cravings, disturbing images, etc) go away during the course of recovery.


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Clinician Blogs


A Brief Rant About the Internet

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The idea is to collect hits, and that happened the moment you clicked the link. Ad revenue is what it’s all about. The more clicks, the more they can charge.


A System That Could Be One

Gear

To make the CMHC system a reality, we’d need— hold your breath, this can be scary— a national plan that requires stable funding.


A System That Isn’t One

It makes little sense to criticize our “system” of mental health care, when it’s only a system in some places. In the national sense, it isn’t a system at all, and never has been.


Resources


Creating a Culture of Customer Satisfaction, Part 7

A survey questionnaire for customer satisfaction with checkboxes

You’re probably not thinking about the stuff you wrote about today’s middling-good group session as something that could be important when an insurance company reviews the case.


Creating a Culture of Customer Satisfaction, Part 6

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We’re often in the position of spending more time documenting what we do than in actually doing it.


Creating a Culture of Customer Satisfaction, Part 5

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The secret to improved verbal communication is awareness, so try using video or audio feedback.


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Programs Blogs


A Brief Rant About the Internet

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The idea is to collect hits, and that happened the moment you clicked the link. Ad revenue is what it’s all about. The more clicks, the more they can charge.


A System That Could Be One

Gear

To make the CMHC system a reality, we’d need— hold your breath, this can be scary— a national plan that requires stable funding.


A System That Isn’t One

It makes little sense to criticize our “system” of mental health care, when it’s only a system in some places. In the national sense, it isn’t a system at all, and never has been.



Newest Resources


A Brief Rant About the Internet

July 30, 2015 in Thinking About Addiction

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The idea is to collect hits, and that happened the moment you clicked the link. Ad revenue is what it’s all about. The more clicks, the more they can charge.


Creating a Culture of Customer Satisfaction, Part 7

July 27, 2015 in Articles

A survey questionnaire for customer satisfaction with checkboxes

You’re probably not thinking about the stuff you wrote about today’s middling-good group session as something that could be important when an insurance company reviews the case.


A System That Could Be One

July 23, 2015 in Thinking About Addiction

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To make the CMHC system a reality, we’d need— hold your breath, this can be scary— a national plan that requires stable funding.


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