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Jill Cooper, Ph.D.

Part 2: EMDR as an Ideal Treatment for Addiction

EMDR Intervention for Addiction

Several EMDR protocols target addiction. When inpatient, your facility is directly targeting the addiction which frees the EMDR therapist to do trauma work. However, these protocols are an option for you...
Saturday, December 19, 2015/Author: Jill Cooper, Ph.D./Number of views (739)/Comments (0)/
Dr. Louise Stanger, E.D.D., LCSW, BRI II

Don’t Let the Holidays Turn You Into a Fruitcake

It’s hard to believe that the holidays are just around the corner, and the stores are filling up with decorations, beckoning you to buy. According to marketers, the holiday season is supposed to be the most joyous time of the year...
Saturday, December 19, 2015/Author: Dr. Louise Stanger, E.D.D., LCSW, BRI II/Number of views (378)/Comments (0)/
Suzanne Jessee

Neurogenesis Meditative Therapy (NMT)

Suzanne Jessee is the creator of Neurogenesis Meditative Therapy (NMT), a new clinical system that incorporates current knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as mindfulness practices.  Scientific advances that demonstrate how thoughts and meditations can affect the regeneration of neuronal pathways have directly informed Jessee’s invention of this new therapeutic style.

Monday, May 4, 2015/Author: Suzanne Jessee/Number of views (2306)/Comments (0)/
Stephen Sideroff

Resilient Recovery: Importance of establishing self-regulation abilities within addiction treatment and recovery

I believe a common denominator underlying addiction is either the loss of or lack of ever establishing good physiological self-regulation. This impairment sets the stage for addiction vulnerability, makes treatment difficult and once abstinence is established, leaves the addict vulnerable to relapse.

Monday, April 7, 2014/Author: Stephen Sideroff/Number of views (3191)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Emotional Health
Robert Hammond

Rediscovering the Heart: Finding the Source of Love and Life

The heart of the 12-step model of recovery involves turning the heart from selfishness and self-centeredness toward a higher power and service toward others. Part of that process involves a fearless and moral inventory during which the painful images of the past are cleared away, allowing for the heart to be filled with light and love. Heart-to-heart sharing of stories results in healing and changed lives. Like the caterpillar that becomes a butterfly, this deep healing of the heart results in authentic transformation. Healing begins in the heart. How can anyone recover from addiction or any other issue without healing the heart?

Tuesday, February 4, 2014/Author: Robert Hammond/Number of views (2201)/Comments (0)/

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