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California Sets the Stage for a Worldwide Treatment Revolution
From one hundred people and one Big Book to millions of recovering people spanning the globe, the history of addiction treatment and recovery has now come to converge in one place: California.
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The Path Forward
A colleague recently referred Eve to me. Only eighteen, Eve looks very sweet and has lovely, sparkling blue eyes.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
SUD Treatment for Emerging Adults
Cost-Effective, Evidence-Based Adolescent Recovery
Self-Injury and Eating Disorders in Adolescents
Interview: William L. White
JSAT: Is Normative Feedback Bad for Adolescents?
Reclaiming Parenting with Addicted Teens
What is Religious Agnosticism?
I’ve been reading the private writings of Mother Teresa called Come Be My Light (2009) where she talks about a “darkness” that came upon her towards the end of her life. She says that “If they ever made me a saint, I would be the saint of darkness” (Mother Teresa, 2009).
Essential Living: A Guide to Having Happiness and Peace by Reclaiming Your Essential Self by Shelley Uram, MD
“In general, reconnecting with the essential self can be gradual, sudden or anywhere along a continuum. This book is an overview of my perceptions of how we might go about reconnecting with our essential self. It’s not intended to be blindly utilized as a personal guide or prescription for anyone. Instead, it’s important to reflect on the information contained within and find what is true for you.”
U.S. Journal Training
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