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Early Trauma in Adults

Early Trauma and Subsequent Antisocial Behavior in Adults Greg J. Armstrong, LMHC, CAP, CCJAS Susan D. M. Kelley, PhD This study describes the prevalence of childhood trauma and maltreatment antecedents among 111 criminal offenders referred for forensic and mental health counseling. Sixty-nine percent reported such antecedents. Seventy percent had Axis 1 mental health disorders including…

What to Look for in a Sponsor

Beginning the recovery process is filled with uncertainty, confusion, and apprehensiveness. Finding a sponsor is the best way to dispel these feelings. A sponsor is an alcoholic who has made some progress in the recovery program and shares that experience on a continuous, individual basis with another alcoholic who is attempting to attain or maintain…

10 Things You Should Never Say to Someone in Recovery

Addiction impacts millions of Americans each year. The chances you know someone or potentially multiple people going in recovery are high. Recovering from drug or alcohol use disorder can be very challenging, but communication and encouragement from family and friends can go a long way. Sometimes we try to be supportive, but we don’t realize…

Your Comprehensive Guide to Everything About Alcoholism

Alcohol Alcohol is a depressant which means it inhibits the central nervous system (CNS). This essentially impairs physical and psychological activity. CNS depressants like alcohol reduce brain activity and awareness by blocking messages from nerve receptors to the brain; this changes a person’s judgments, perceptions, movements, emotions, and senses.   Alcohol is made through the process…