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Holistic Healing: The Benefits of Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong, & Expressive Arts

By Clint Fletcher When most of us think of recovery, specific pictures fill our minds from movies and TV. Images of medical detox, therapy sessions, group work, and crowded AA meetings flash before us...

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Do I Really Need an Intensive Outpatient Program after Treatment?

The first few months—sometimes even the first few years—of recovery is a vulnerable time. Once you’ve completed an inpatient addiction and mental health treatment program you may be eager to finally g...

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The Murray Method, Trauma Eggs, and The 30 Task Model

"The Murray Method is unsurpassed in its rapid ability to reveal the past in the present. By accessing the right side of the brain, implicit memories sequestered long ago are revealed and regulated. T...

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3 Myths about Sex Addiction Treatment

Alexandra Katehakis, Senior Fellow at The Meadows, is one of the lead authors of an article titled, “Sex Addiction is NOT a ‘MYTH’ when Neuroscience Keeps the Score” featured in the January/February 2...

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Strengths and Weaknesses As A Spiritual Role In Recovery

By Nancy Greenlee, LPC, The Meadows Therapist Once a month, the Workshop team is treated to a consultation from Pia Mellody, the creator of the Survivors workshop treatment model. She makes herself...

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Building a Recovery Tribe with Senior Fellow Jenni Schaefer

While building a tribe can be scary at times, like other things in recovery, it can also be exciting. Our best friends were once strangers, ones we probably met because we weren’t staring at our scree...

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