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Addiction is a response to trauma – my Halloween story

2022-11-06T11:12:34-05:00August 9, 2021|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Alcohol and Drug Interventions, Articles, Family Interventions, Family Recovery, Interventions, Our Stories, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

I don’t know how a trauma in my family a few generations back might show up in my life, that is until I recently passed up buying a pumpkin. I stood in front of a beautiful pumpkin at a farm stand. It was marked half price and I stood in front of it, frozen, unable to decide if I wanted to buy it. I walked away from that pumpkin feeling sick to my stomach.

How Pre-flight Planning and Intervention Are Related

2022-11-11T17:00:05-05:00February 22, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Alcohol and Drug Interventions, Family Interventions, How to Host an Intervention, Interventions, Uncategorized|

I liken my approach to addiction interventions to that of getting an airplane ready to fly. Just as a pilot must exhaust a list of external factors in order to fly successfully, a successful intervention requires just as much forethought.

Let’s talk about Ritalin and Adderall

2022-11-11T16:19:34-05:00January 8, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Medicine, Addiction Recovery, Articles, Interventions, Medication Assisted Treatment MAT, Recovery Coach, Uncategorized|

It’s clear that long term use of ADHD medications can be harmful and addictive, especially when used by individuals who do not suffer from ADHD. However, it is a lot less clear how to solve the problem, especially since we inevitably come up against the interests of huge pharmaceutical corporations.

How To Find Free Therapy No Matter Where You Are

2022-11-06T21:16:08-05:00December 19, 2019|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Articles, Family Recovery, Interventions, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

There is a misunderstanding around the 12 Steps that they’re only for people who want to stop drinking or using drugs. The reality is that 12-Step programs are not built around alcohol or substance abuse. Rather, 12-Step programs work by building a community around any particular condition.

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