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Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

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A Stress Free Holiday

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

A Stress Free Holiday

Stress and the holidays usually go hand in hand, so it is normal to feel a mild sense of stress or even anxiety as the holiday season approaches. However, [...]

Addiction Treatment for Older Adults

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the 50+ population in need of substance abuse treatment will double by the year 2020. Substance abuse [...]

Days of Hope

By Sunny D, Alumni Contributor I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to return to Pine Grove Women’s Center for the Days of Hope. This event is put [...]

Rock Bottom

By Sunny D, Alumni Contributor It was only a few days after entering treatment at Pine Grove when I learned that being an addict wasn't necessarily how much or [...]

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dr. Dixon Mitchell One of the core dimensions of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is observing andhelping patients become more aware of their automatic thoughts and the relationship automatic thoughts [...]

Pine Grove Legacy Program

Those who struggle with addiction after age 60 can now find specially tailored help in the Hub City. Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services opened its new Legacy [...]

Unique Intensive Workshops

Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, LSACA personal past. Everyone has one. And sometimes they are not very great. A family past. All families have one. And sometimes [...]

Codependency

Ted Crawford, Clinical Therapist For each person struggling with addiction, there are several people connected to him/her who are struggling with the emotional chaos that ripples from it. The [...]

What Is Addiction, Really?

Ted Crawford, Clinical Therapist “Addiction” is a term that gets thrown around all the time but few really know what it actually is. Let’s see if we can gain [...]

Recovery and the Holidays

How does one stay in recovery through the holidays? Holidays are a time of celebrations with family, friends, and business associates. All with their unwritten expectations: family traditions, peer [...]

The Gift of Change

Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, LSAC Families often change when the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change. Hurt and anger are two [...]

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