Addiction is a Medical Condition Seeking help for an addiction can be a daunting process, not only due to the alcohol detox process and sobriety but also because of the strong stigma against addiction issues. When it comes to alcohol as a specific problem, it is critical to remember that addiction to alcohol is a… Read more »
The first 12 step program was created by the founders of “Alcoholics Anonymous,” AA for short. It was incepted in 1935 by Bill Wilson, a New York stockbroker, and Dr. Bob Smith, an Akron surgeon.
When one is going through any type of mental health healing, a group environment can be one of the most beneficial modalities to foster greater recovery. In group therapy settings, people report feelings of shared experiences that can help make them perceive their trauma in a new perspective. This enhanced perception manifests itself… Read more »
If you have been in our clinic in the past six months then surely you’ve seen an exuberant woman greeting group members at the door and generally buzzing around the clinic. Who is she? Introducing, Sarah Skoterro, dually Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselor. We are lucky… Read more »
Sage Neuroscience Center is happy to announce the start of a new Therapeutic Group. Carol Henry, LPCC and Julie Rosen, LMSW will be co-facilitating a group for women dealing with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The group will begin Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm daily and run for 15 weeks. They will be… Read more »
Sage Neuroscience Center is pleased to announce the formation of a new therapy group. Carol Henry, LPCC will be starting a Support Group for Individuals Coping With Depression; an open psychotherapy group that will focus on educating members about the illness and then instructing them in the various ways of working through the symptoms on a daily basis. The group will begin… Read more »