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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      Author: Nick Puente

      Nick is from Tucson, Arizona, and has a bachelor's degree from the University of Arizona and a master's degree in addiction counseling from Grand Canyon University. Nick has a passion for recovery, with an emphasis on addiction and co-occurring diagnosis and believes in providing clients individual treatment based on their needs and goals. He has experience in family therapy, group counseling and individual counseling. He is actively involved in the Tucson recovery community including 12 step recovery and men’s work. Nick is a father and fiancé and enjoys golf, the outdoors, and time with family.

      Posts by Nick Puente:

      12-27-18 | By Nick Puente

      Coming to Believe That I Matter

      Like many addicts, I hit bottom after bottom, completely baffled why and how my life had come to such a place. Drinking and using had always been a fun escape and at no point, even after hitting various bottoms (losing relationships, careers, finances, DUIs/arrests) did I think that alcohol was part of the problem. I was … Continued