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Author: Patrick Testa

Patrick Testa, BSN, RN is a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Candidate at the Ohio State University and Behavioral Health Coach. As a coach, he helps adults develop the tools to change their relationship with alcohol and break free from addiction. His practice uses acceptance and commitment principles, mindfulness, and motivational interviewing to support clients in their recovery. Patrick has previously served as a consultant with the health care research and technology firm the Advisory Board Company and at UNC Health Care in Chapel Hill, NC. Connect with him at

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06-16-20 | By Patrick Testa

How to Incorporate Mindfulness In Addiction Recovery

There’s an old story of a man on a horse galloping at full speed down a road. An onlooker shouts at him, “where are you going?” The man on the horse answered, “I don’t know. Ask the horse!” Like the horse, our mind can take us for a ride. Thoughts come and go from our … Continued

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06-10-20 | By Patrick Testa

5 Myths About Socializing in Sobriety That Are Completely Wrong.

There’s a common fear among those in early recovery that after becoming sober, they will no longer have a social life. Whether it’s going out with friends, after-work events, weddings, baseball games, or holiday get-togethers, we live in a culture where being around alcohol is hard to avoid. For many, using alcohol was also the … Continued