Defining Co-Occurring Conditions

Defining Co-Occurring Conditions

Content reviewed by Christian Losch, LCSW, LCADC, CEO of Pinelands Although it is common to struggle with just one mental health...

Coping With Grief While in Recovery

Coping With Grief While in Recovery

Content Reviewed by Christian Losch, LCSW, LCADC, CEO of Pinelands Grief is not easy to deal with, no matter who you...

Legalizing Marijuana: What Does This Mean for Sobriety?

Content reviewed by Christian Losch, LCSW, LCADC, CEO of Pinelands It is no secret that many states are beginning to legalize marijuana...

3 Ways to Manage Sobriety as Seasons Change

Content reviewed by Christian Losch, LCSW, LCADC, CEO of Pinelands Each season brings along new sights, smells and experiences. As fall continues...

drinking problem

How to Know if You Have a Drinking Problem

When you consider how normalized consuming alcohol is within American society, it is no wonder that identifying drinking problems has become...

myths about marijuana

Myths About Marijuana Use

Considering all the various products that now carry cannabis – from traditional joints and baked goods, to soaps and face creams...

family and addiction recovery

Addiction Recovery: A Family Affair

There is a chance that you know someone with an addiction or substance use disorder (SUD). Given the prevalence of addiction...

alumni programs

The Vital Role Alumni Programs Play in Recovery

You did it. You mustered up the courage to admit that you had a problem and entered a treatment program. You...

cbt or dbt

CBT or DBT: Which Therapy Is Best for Me?

“…there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” This familiar quote from William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet can...

pyschodrama and addiction recovery

Psychodrama and Addiction Recovery

According to the APA Dictionary of Psychology, psychodrama is “a method of psychotherapy in which clients enact their concerns to achieve...

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