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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.

Recovery Coach: Four Reasons to Use One

2020-04-12T11:16:06-04:00April 12, 2020|Recovery Coach|

lcohol. I like to think of coaching as a way to bring recovery into “real life.” Treatment centers and therapy can also be very useful, but recovery coaching is unique in that it focuses on on-the-ground problem solving for the day-to-day.

12-Steps: from imperfection to perfection

2022-11-06T10:53:36-05:00April 10, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Articles, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

I don’t know how I got to 12 years, but I do know that I stuck out going to recovery meetings; I have few that I regularly attend, week after week, year after year. My friends are in these meetings. I recognize just about everyone in attendance, and I look forward to going and catching up with them weekly.

Aftercare: Reintegrating the Family

2022-11-06T11:20:06-05:00April 10, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery Programs, Alcoholics Anonymous, Articles, Family Interventions, Family Recovery, Our Stories, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

Returning home, after treatment, is where the rubber meets the road in recovery. Most treatment facilities have family programs where clinicians begin working with the family as soon as the patient checks in. This can be key to long-term success, for both the patient and the family.

Recovery After Rehab: There Has to Be A Plan

2022-11-06T11:48:55-05:00February 25, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Alcohol and Drug Interventions, Alcoholics Anonymous, Concierge Recovery Services, Family Interventions, Family Recovery, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

A 30-day treatment program is only the beginning of recovery; the most important part of treatment is what happens when someone returns home. After care for rehabilitation is essential to the full recovery process. Maintaining sobriety in the confines of a treatment center is easy, but when someone returns home all of the stressors and triggers will still be there.  

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