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National Legislative Update
On March 22, 2017, a Capitol Hill forum addressed the issue of recovery housing. Sponsored in part by CCAPP and hosted by Unite to Face Addiction, leaders from the community presented compelling evidence as to why Congress should pay attention to this important component of recovery.
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Oftentimes We Teach What We Need to Learn
While giving my patient, Cynthia, an acupuncture treatment the other day, she started sharing with me about her experiences dealing with several stressed-out clients.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Healing the Invisible Wounds of Our Warriors
Ecotherapy for Veterans
Veterans and Insomnia
Challenges Facing the Addiction Field As Told By Pioneers in the Field
JSAT: Smoking Cessation Services among Women in Residential Addiction Treatment
Special Series on Mental Health
What I Believe
Occasionally I get asked the question, “Leo, what do you believe?” If these people had read Counselor magazine the past few months, they’d know what I believe.
Weed, Inc. by Ben Cort
“I’m not putting this together for those so entrenched in the dogma of their own ‘side’ that they will reject anything that confronts the construct through which they view this issue. I’m writing for those of you who are genuinely interested in learning about this complex topic. People who are scratching their heads trying to sift through the news reports to decide what is best for themselves, their families, their states, and their countries. It is for people wrestling with this issue, and for those willing to consider that they may have more to learn.”
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