6 Simple Lifestyle Changes to Aid Your Recovery

Infosheet: 6 Simple Lifestyle Changes to Aid Your Recovery

July 22, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Working on your recovery does not end when you leave your rehab centre. In fact, it is just the beginning. Getting used to living in the ‘real world’ again while maintaining a focus on your recovery can be very difficult. Many people are eager to get back to their jobs, their families, their relationships – making them top priority, whilst only ‘fitting in’ their recovery.

Secrets at Work: Should I Share My Addiction History?

Blog: Secrets at Work: Should I Share My Addiction History?

July 21, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Despite massive efforts to end the stigma of addiction, the fact is - it still exists! Is it a good idea to share your addiction history in the workplace?

An Introvert’s Guide to Surviving Rehab

Blog: An Introvert’s Guide to Surviving Rehab

July 18, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

For an introvert, facing a room full of people in rehab can seem far more daunting than it does for their extroverted counterparts. These tips will help make the experience easier.

Today’s Top 5 Best Practices in Addiction Treatment

Blog: Today’s Top 5 Best Practices in Addiction Treatment

July 17, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

With millions of people around the world suffering from the disease of addiction, finding proper treatment is a major public health concern. But which methods really do work best?

Expats and Addiction: Risk Factors for Destructive Substance Use

Blog: Expats and Addiction: Risk Factors for Destructive Substance Use

July 14, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Expats generally live in a challenging environment with less options for support than at home - which can lead to an increased risk for addiction. Here are the top 5 reasons expats may be more prone to alcoholism or drug addiction.

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