Access to Recovery: No Addict Left Behind
There is a huge problem in this country, given that drug and alcohol addiction is a multibillion dollar a year healthcare issue and that most people who need help are unable to get it.
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Credentialed Lived Experience—An Oxymoron?
“Lived Experience” has become the favored way of expressing that an individual has learned from some experiences in his or her life, especially from a mental illness, addiction or the combination thereof.
There is a secret epidemic that targets those who are alone in their homes, suffering from health problems associated with both age and drug use: the elderly.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
The Hidden Epidemic: Substance Abuse in the Elderly
What's New in the DSM-5 for Substance Use Disorders
Cannabis Concerns, Part II
Personal Reflections of a Long-Tenured Addiction Professional
JSAT: Understanding Twelve Step Involvement
EHR Meaningful Use, Part II
Often we hear people say “Expect a miracle” and it has become part of the spiritual novella. I don’t think that it’s true.
Spirit Recovery Medicine Bag: A Transformational Guide for Living Happy, Joyous, and Free
Spirit Recovery Medicine Bag is not your average self-help book. It teaches a whole new way to accept who you are, let go of the past, and begin the journey to wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.
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