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How Recovery Coaches Help Navigate Change

While in early recovery from an addiction or substance use disorder, it’s common to experience challenges and setbacks. This is especially true when integrating back into daily life, the community, and interacting with friends and family. Due to this, there are many benefits to working with Recovery Coaches. They can

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Facing Fears and Finding Hope in Recovery

When asked to write my recovery story, I immediately braced myself and felt the fear. This is what alcoholism and addiction want. I’ve been sober since July 12, 2005, and it still can feed me lies. Recovery has taught me to walk through the fear and do things anyway, recovery

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Barrett Harr Staff Spotlight

Employee Spotlight: Barrett Harr

At Feinberg Consulting, it’s important to us that you have the opportunity to learn more about the faces behind our company. This September, we’d like you to meet our employee spotlight: Director of Addiction & Mental Health Services and Case Manager, Barrett Harr. How long have you been with Feinberg Consulting

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Staff Spotlight: Amy D'Archangelo

Employee Spotlight: Amy D’Archangelo

At Feinberg Consulting, it’s important to us that you have the opportunity to learn more about the faces behind our company. This August, we’d like you to meet our employee spotlight: Clinical Manager and Family & Recovery Coach, Amy D’Archangelo. How long have you been with Feinberg Consulting and what do

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What are Co-Occurring Disorders?

When treating alcohol and substance use disorders (SUDs), or mental health conditions, it’s important for medical professionals to recognize if co-occurring disorders are present. A co-occurring disorder, also called comorbidity, or dual diagnosis, is a medical issue that occurs either simultaneously, or successively after another disease. These conditions may be

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Differences Between Coaching and Therapy

When thinking about coaching, what comes to mind? It is common for people to compare or confuse coaching with therapy. While the two may have similarities, they are each a unique service that offers a different approach to helping people. When a treatment plan incorporates therapy combined with coaching, this

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