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Putting Recovery On The Map

02-14-18 | By Tori Skene

Emotional Sobriety Is Here!

Hey everyone, We’ve been working on our fourth course for months and it’s finally here! “Emotional Sobriety” has officially launched and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with our sober family and community! This course dives into the intricate world of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and teaches the skill-set initially developed by award-winning … Continued


11-01-17 | By Joseph Vericker

Can Drug or Alcohol Addiction Lead to Mental Illness?

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Psychologists and treatment staff often hear this question from concerned friends or families: how did my loved one get to the point of needing rehab, and what can I do to help? It’s important to understand that drug and/or alcohol abuse often co-occur with diagnosable psychiatric conditions like depression, anxiety, or PTSD. So does mental … Continued


08-07-17 | By Tori Skene

A New Therapy That’s Taking the Industry by Storm

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Get ready for a tongue twister. We’ve got a new and powerful therapy module in town that you may or may not have heard of. EMDR, short for “Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing” is a recently new method of healing that is making its way into rehabilitation centers and private practice offices. Having been studied … Continued