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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      Author: Doug Paul

      Doug Paul, LPC, CPCS has been working as a clinician with substance use disorders since 2007. He completed a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from University of Central Florida in 2002. He went on to complete a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University in 2007. During his graduate training, he presented University-sponsored research findings at the American Counseling Association’s Annual Convention in Montreal, Quebec in 2006. While at Talbott Recovery from 2007-2014, he assisted with development of the Young Adult program. Taking a Primary Therapist and then Clinical Director position with Foundations Recovery Network’s Atlanta outpatient program in 2014, he expanded his repertoire of interventions in working with clients through therapy and education at a sober living in Atlanta. Doug continues to practice his own recovery program over the last 17 years.

      Posts by Doug Paul:

      04-28-17 | By Doug Paul

      How to Effectively Manage Cravings

      A couple of years ago when the new DSM V came out, I was excited to learn that the drafters had included “cravings” as one of the 11 criteria.  Because the DSM IV-TR didn’t include cravings means they were clinically significant, right?  I have found that not to be the case. The DSM V refers … Continued