Posts filed under: Addictions

*Thank you to Laura Pentoney, MA, LPC, for her contributions to this blog post. To contact Laura directly, visit her profile here. Consistently, one of the top resolutions made on January 1 is to get healthy, and getting healthy typically...
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“Why are you drinking?” demanded the little prince. “So that I may forget,” replied the tippler. “Forget what?” inquired the little prince, who already was sorry for him. “Forget that I am ashamed,” the tippler confessed, hanging his head. “Ashamed...
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Positive Outcomes: Recovery from Drug & Alcohol Addiction IS possible Addiction is a serious problem, but recovery is possible for the millions of Americans dealing with substance abuse.  How big a problem is it? In the United States, 40 million...
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by Joel Silverman, MA, LPC The boom in social media has connected the world in a way no one could have ever imagined a generation ago. Now we have the ability, at the touch of a screen, to connect with...
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by Peter Conti, LCSW, CAC II ‘Tis the season for enjoying all the abundant goodies that help us celebrate these special holidays. Family, friends, and even our community call us out of our usual schedules to share in these abundances....
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