No One Made Me Come To Treatment

No One Made Me Come To Treatment

“No one made me come to treatment – That’s good, right?” – I hear this all the time. Patients who come to us for help say this frequently. They are convinced that because they are coming for help voluntarily, it will make them more likely to stay clean and sober for...
Staying Comfortable During Alcohol Detox

Staying Comfortable During Alcohol Detox

If you are daring to stop using drugs or alcohol, you are daring to believe there is something better out there for you. It is a huge leap of faith to give up something that has so consistently given what you’ve asked of it: ease of mind, release of tension, the...
The Ecstasy of Detachment

The Ecstasy of Detachment

I received a rather desperate call from a patient who’d recently completed an Accelerated Opiate Detox with us at The Coleman Institute. Jean*is the mother of three young children. Prior to completing her detox, she had been taking opioids for several years;...
Changing the Brain after Opioid Detox

Changing the Brain after Opioid Detox

I’ve spent some time recently listening to interviews with Dr. Rick Hanson, a neuro-psychiatrist. Based on his and others research, he teaches very specific strategies that have been shown to affect the human brain in positive ways. Like many species, we are...
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