Category : Recovery

A New Look at the Origins of Addiction

    Where does addiction come from? The answer has deep implications for treatment, obviously. It\'s my belief that...

Rosemary Ellsworth Brown
12 Sep, 2016

HerbK: Personal transformation around the world...

Herbert Kaighan, a 12-Step enthusiast and contributor, has been activating the spirit of recovery in people...

Herb Kaighan
15 Aug, 2016

Are We Just Talking To Ourselves?

 “Try not to get caught up with the endless argument about whether alcoholism is a disease or a bad habit. If alcohol is...

Ruth Riddick
08 Jun, 2016

The End Game We All Want: A Call to A.A.

In January of this year, Johann Hari published an article that went viral: “The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been...

Greg Liotta, MSW
05 May, 2015

Relapse Prevention: Finding Engagement,...

The Fact of Relapse According to National Institute on Drug Abuse, relapse rates for drug addiction are around an...

Saleem Noorali
11 Mar, 2015

Is There Life After Meth? Addictions Redefined

“The Journey Of A Thousand Miles Begins With The First Step.”  Lao Tzu Addict, from the Latin addicare: to favor;...

Kristina Diener
11 Mar, 2015

Does Race Matter in the Rooms?

Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy....

Greg Liotta, MSW
12 Jan, 2015

Where Are All The Black People: Diversity & the...

\"Do I have to have an open mind on this one?” He’s one of the brightest, emotionally intelligent men I know.   A...

Greg Liotta, MSW
14 Nov, 2014

Nourishing and Toxic Attitudes in Recovery

Recovery capital is a relatively new concept in the field of recovery. Let’s define this concept. Our recovery...

Allen Berger, Ph.D.
30 Aug, 2014

The Bottom Line in Recovery

Our work at the Kiloby Center for Recovery centers on an advanced mindfulness approach I developed called Natural Rest for...

Scott Kiloby, J.D.
08 May, 2021

Compassion Attentiveness – A new therapeutic...

“We will develop and cultivate the liberation of mind by loving kindness, make it our vehicle, make it our basis,...

Saleem Noorali
30 Aug, 2014

Digital Art As A Tool For Recovery

With the accessibility of digital tools for creativity and self-expression, the phenomenon of digital art has overwhelmed...

Samira Noorali, J.D.
30 Aug, 2014

The Truth About Denial

I will break my lifelong pattern of secrecy and silence. I will blow the whistle on denial.   The denial network in many...

Larry J. Smith
08 Apr, 2014

The Hope in Substance Abuse

Original post: When I tell people what I...

Dr. Nicole Kosanke
08 Apr, 2014

Lynn Sucher

Those of us who work with clients suffering from eating disorders understand the complexity of this disorder. In the past...

Lynn Sucher
02 Aug, 2013

Robert Weiss

While most of us experience sex as a pleasurable experience with few negatie consequences, Sex Addicts are more likely...

Rebert Weiss
02 Aug, 2013

Allen Berger

In this article I want to discuss how our culture sets us up for becoming an addict. Before I do it’s important to...

02 Aug, 2013
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