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Retreat's Podcast: Recovery Radio


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Every week Philadelphia’s own veteran broadcaster, Steve Matorano will focus on a different topic regarding Recovery and Addiction. Four years ago he launched Recovery Radio and began to focus his attention in the addiction industry. Today he continues to draw attention to the mis-conceptions of addiction as a disease.

April 29, 2017 - Listen Now

Stacey MaGee will discuss his recovery experience this week with our host, Steve Martorano. Stacey will then go on to talk about how he got into the field of Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation touching on possible trends seen in this industry such as pain management, therapy, etc. He will also dive into his role as a therapist and what that means to his patients.


April 22, 2017 - Listen Now

Cory Pina talks about his role as a Community Relations Representative for Retreat and what his job entails. He will discuss how he began his career in the Drug & Alcohol Addiction Industry and why he started working in Treatment. Cory also delves into the aspects he loves most about his job, working with certain demographics such as young people and elder people in recovery. He will also discuss why it's important for an individual to stay in treatment for the full continuum of care. Cory will also share his own personal story on his struggle with addiction and his successful sobriety.


April 15, 2017 - Listen Now

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April 8, 2017 - Listen Now

Maggie Hunt, Corporate Alumni Coordinator, shares her personal experience in recovery while incorporating the significance of Retreat’s Alumni Association. Maggie brings Dan B, an alumni of Retreat to talk about his battle with addiction and why an alumni association is so critical in early sobriety. The alumni association offers connectedness within peers, camaraderie and fellowship among our alumni. It gives them an opportunity to be invested with Retreat, a safe place that helped begin their process to recovery.


April 1, 2017 - Listen Now

Nick Landry & Amanda Kriberney, two therapists from Retreat at Palm Beach, will discuss the relationship between trauma and addiction. They will also touch on the differences between the Journey track group from other Retreat tracks. On this episode we’ll provide background and education on the guilt and shame relating to trauma as well as types of trauma.


March 25, 2017 - Listen Now

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March 18, 2017 - Listen Now

Addiction often causes emotional and developmental delays in individuals, which affects their functioning in society. Cathy and Angie will discuss the impact addiction has on the individual’s development, as well as emotional maturity.


March 11, 2017 - Listen Now

Kasey Creedon, one of Retreat’s Admissions Team Lead , will discuss his own struggle with drug and alcohol abuse and his recovery. He now works closely with families who are trying to get their loved ones into treatment. He will touch base on the admissions process and issues families face when searching for treatment. He’ll give advice on what questions you should be asking when looking for a reputable treatment facility. He also offers a unique perspective from being on both sides of the addiciton epidemic.


March 4, 2017 - Listen Now

With drugs rampant within the music industry, Andy Pace found himself struggling with addiction during his career as a drummer. He has played in such legendary venues such as the Copa Cabana and Madison Square Garden. Andy started playing the drums at the age of 10 and began performing in front of audiences by the age of 16. He played with C&C

Music Factory and toured the world. He now has over 30 years sobriety, a degree in Counseling and founded Little Creek Lodge, a PA Treatment Center


February 25, 2017 - Listen Now

When Kevin Meara’s oldest son KC (Kevin Caley) passed away from a tragic overdose, Kevin decided to dedicate his life towards addiction recovery and prevention. He is the founding member of the non-profit, City of Angels in NJ. City of Angels was formed as a community based, peer-to-peer grass roots recovery center. A recognized leader in bringing awareness and change to the access of treatment, Kevin has trained nearly 200 recovery coaches.


February 18, 2017 - Listen Now

Tom Garofola, Chief Marketing Officer will continue the discussion on unethical practices and the current culture of addiction treatment. Tom has nearly 25 years in the D&A industry giving him a unique pulse on the drug and alcohol addiction treatment environment. He will touch on the unethical business practices of some in the field, treatment trends and Retreat’s role as we see it.


February 11, 2017 - Listen Now

Jack will review common themes and potential barriers to recovery for clients who are in executive professions. The disease of addiction affects everyone including those who serve in high level professions such as attorneys, physicians, therapists as well as business executives. This discussion will assist the listener in understanding how to manage early recovery while fulfilling expectations in a career.


February 4, 2017 - Listen Now

Tom Garofola, Chief Marketing Officer will continue the discussion on ethical practices and the current culture of addiction treatment. Tom has nearly 25 years in the D&A industry giving him a unique pulse on the drug and alcohol addiction treatment environment. He will touch on the unethical practices of some marketers, treatment trends and Retreat’s role as we see it.

January 28, 2017 - Listen Now

Tom Connell, one of Retreat’s top Community Relations Representatives discusses his role at the company, what it means to represent a facility and his own personal story of success.


January 21, 2017 - Listen Now

Retreat at Lancaster County’s Medical Director, Dr. Joseph Troncale discusses Medication-Assisted Therapy. Dr. Troncale will delve into the history of opiate addiction and various options for treatment.


January 14, 2017 - Listen Now

Grace Shober & her father, Phil Shober are guests on this jam-packed show. Grace will discuss what lead to her addiction and how her father's love for his daughter enabled her through 14 episodes of care. After Grace’s father cut her off, she hit rock bottom and lost everything. During this time, Grace’s parents opened their own Sober House called “Grace House” after their daughter. They decided if they couldn’t save their daughter, maybe they could save someone else. Fortunately Grace found Sobriety and now works for Retreat.


January 7, 2017 - Listen Now

When Jared Smith took his first drink at the age of 11 it seemed innocent enough. However his addiction began while trying to manage sports and school with drugs & drinking. As his dependency progressed he realized he needed help. Jared went to his first treatment center before his senior year. It took 10 rehabilitation facilities, 4 recovery houses not to mention numerous bouts of homlessness before sobriety stuck. After a year of sobriety he became a driver for Retreat before moving into the Outreach Department.


December 31, 2016 - Listen Now

With the expansion of Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers, CEO & Founder Peter Schorr discusses the effect opening a new facility in Florida will make on the surrounding community. On June 2nd, 2016 Retreat at Palm Beach celebrated their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting & dinner for esteemed guests as well as an open house to the public. The following Tuesday, they opened their doors to receive patients.


December 24, 2016 - Listen Now

Jack Sodak, Director of Outpatient Services discusses what shame is and the difference between unhealthy shame and healthy shame. He will also address Guilt & Shame and how they are different as well as reviewing the cyclic process of addictive behaviors fueled by shame. The goal is learning to express pain and caring for ones self. Mr. Sodak will also give clinical case examples of how to address and resolve shame effectively.


December 17, 2016 - Listen Now

The holidays are a stressful time for most people, but those recently achieving sobriety can face many hurdles that most of us take for granted. Amanda Kimball, Clinical Supervisor of Outpatient Services and Chris Hecker, will discuss triggers, stress, and finding support. Chris will share how he gets through the holidays successfully and sober. They will also discuss how families can support their loved ones in recovery during this time.


December 10, 2016 - Listen Now

Another member of our alumni team opens up about his struggles with addiction and his rise to sobriety. Ray Newlin, who now heads the Transportation Department at our Lancaster County, PA facility, talks about how the odds were against him at a young age. With the loss of his mother at age 6 to cancer to growing up with an alcoholic father, his troubled past lead to drinking and druguse starting in highschool. After stints in and out of jail, Ray began the path to sobriety at the age of 28. After the death of his father and a few relapses he finally got his life together and has become a huge asset.


December 03, 2016 - Listen Now

Jack Sodak, Director of Outpatient Services discusses adolescent substance abuse and the needs of teens when looking for treatment. He’ll discuss the vulnerabilities and key factors in addressing the treatment needs of teens. Jack will also discuss how family members and others can assist teens struggling with substance abuse as well as the needs and developmental traits of teens.

November 26, 2016 - Listen Now

Outpatient Clinical Supervisor Amanda Kimball is joined by several alumni who will discuss their heartbreaking stories of life in active addiction. These four recovering alcoholics/addicts will then speak about how grateful they are for their amazing journeys to getting and staying sober and what recovery looks like to them.


November 19, 2016 - Listen Now

Bobby Bunyon and Jarel Gallman will be discussing the relapse process. Alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic and progressive diseases. As such, the recovery process is a life long journey that requires continued work on behalf of the individual and their support system. We will be discussing expectations for the recovery process, the road to relapse and the role of both the individual as well as their family and other supports in both.


November 12, 2016 - Listen Now

Intake Coordinator, Shane McFarland talks about his journey to recovery, strength in sobriety and his transition from working in finance to helping those struggling with addiction. Shane will discuss what his job entails and how he is helping others receive the help they need.


November 5, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat at Palm Beach’s Detox Manager, Patti Weisbrod disusses her journey of addiction to pain medication. After attending a rehabilitation center and becoming sober, Patti secured a position in the Admissions Department and quickly worked her way to a Primary Therapist position. A few years later she became the Lead Primary Therapist before moving to Florida to help open our new Palm Beach facility.


October 29, 2016 - Listen Now

One of Retreat’s clinicians shares her personal journey through life with an alcoholic parent. Victoria will discuss the very real issues facing these children as they grow up without realizing their thinking has become distorted, relationships are difficult for them and they have poor self worth. While discussing her life experience she also includes the importance of groups such as Al-Anon & ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics) and has applauded it as the “missing puzzle piece” to understanding addictive behaviors.


October 22, 2016 - Listen Now

Lee Fraum came to Retreat at Palm Beach after a very eclectic career which had him in radio, TV & acting. Years later he decided to pursue a career in medicine and begin his own private practice. Lee discusses how his own experience with addiction affected each different career path. Six years ago an intervention began his journey to recovery. Lee also discusses how his addiction & sobriety affected his family dynamics and what led him to a career in addiction recovery as a Team Therapist.


October 15, 2016 - Listen Now

Ken Kosza, Chief Operating Officer of Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers is featured on this weeks edition of Recovery Radio. Ken talks about the continuum of care and Retreat’s vision for treatment of substance abuse. Ken also discusses access to treatment and todays opiate epidemic.


October 08, 2016 - Listen Now

Dave Dunkel, a Community Relations Representative for Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers with nearly thirty years in the drug and alcohol field, discusses his professional and personal journey. Dave shares his own recovery story and reflects on how addiction treatment has changed over the years that he has been in the field. Dave’s story will be inspiring to anyone who is impacted either directly or indirectly by the disease of addiction.


October 01, 2016 - Listen Now

Jamie Clybourn, Retreat’s Clinical Supervisor at their Palm Beach, FL location discusses the many issues facing veterans and addiction. From reasons individuals join the military, to co-occurring disorders, Jamie touches on the veteran’s journey. The correlation between addiction and the veteran suicide rate is explored, as well as the high unemployment rates that veterans are facing. She will also be discussing how Retreat specifically treats veterans in a holistic and compassionate environment.


September 24, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s Recreational Specialist, Brian Hayes talks about the importance of Holistic Therapies and how Recreational Therapy offers balance and equilibrium while reinforcing healthy habits during a patients’stay at Retreat. The recreational program educates patients on healthy practices through diet and exercise in hopes of establishing a strong foundation for patients to build upon while in early recovery.


September 17, 2016 - Listen Now

Michael Boyer, one of Retreat’s Outreach Specialists discusses his recovery and how he made a significant transformation not just with his life, but his health. Michael discusses how he struggled with weight control, yo-yo dieting, finding a workout program and routine that worked for him and how he turned his life and health around through diet and exercise.


September 10, 2016 - Listen Now

Two of Retreat’s alumni (and now staff members) discuss their roles in patient Aftercare and the importance. While there are different levels of care available to patients there are also different hurdles that Outreach Specialists help patients through to ensure they receive the care they need once they complete treatment.


September 03, 2016 - Listen Now

Ever wonder what happens after an individual leaves treatment? Extended Care looks different for each person and depends on multiple factors. Our Outpatient Team Leads, Molly McCarthy & Victoria Hanna discuss extended care treatment options focusing on why extended care is often  necessary and always beneficial.


August 27, 2016 - Listen Now

Nicholas Ashbey, an employee of Retreat’s CA team discusses his journey through addiction and how this effected his family and their re-building of their relationship. Nicholas is a part of Retreat’s Family Education Program where he talks to families about his past and current relationship with his family and how his addiction effected them.


August 20, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s Clinical Therapist, Kayla Kressler will discuss what our Emotional Losses group entails, it’s focus and purpose. Kayla runs this weekly group as an important addition to treatment for those patients suffering from emotional loss. During active addiction the grief process can become halted and further complicated. This group allows recovering patients to confront and attend to sorrow, guilt, numbness and anger in the treatment process.


August 13, 2016 - Listen Now

Primary Clinical Therapist, Thomas Longenecker, discusses his work with patients who have dealt with trauma and how it effects their life and addiction. Often times in early recovery, when the substance is all gone, there can be a standard deflation of mood, then the patient will start to experience emotions that they haven’t experienced in a long time. These emotions can be huge, powerful and overwhelming. As a clinician, it’s their job to provide patients an outlet to safely express their emotions with someone who can guide and help them through their processing.


August 06, 2016 - Listen Now

Tyler Foster, one of Retreat’s Lead LPNs, will discuss the world of addiction and the role nursing and medicine play in it. Psychotropic medications and a mental health diagnosis can go hand in hand with those suffering from the disease of addiction known as dual diagnosis. Also addressed in this segment will be the stigma that surrounds the mental health diagnosis to the different types of medications associated with them.​


July 30, 2016 - Listen Now

Ryan Osterlof, one of Retreat’s Senior Marketing Coordinators, discusses his past addiction and how it effected his life and family. Ryan was meant to be successful. He comes from a good family, was athletic and had many friends. When he began experimenting with alcohol and other drugs, he found a love in prescription medication. This started a vicious cycle of going in and out of treatment, being introduced to Heroin while his family relationship started to crumble. His rise to recovery started once his family was able to set boundaries and stop enabling his behavior. Today Ryan gives back by working in the Treatment Field.


July 23, 2016 - Listen Now

Jessica Miller, Retreat’s Outpatient Addiction Therapist will discuss addiction and eating disorders this week. She will provide an educational overview of both diseases and discuss how they overlap in many ways. Behaviorally, the characteristics that patients exhibit tend to be the same as well as many of the underlying factors. Research suggests that 50% of people struggling with Eating Disorders also struggle with an addiction of some kind. The disease of addiction and Eating Disorders have similar long-term treatment models that work with the client to change thinking patterns, behaviors and the life-long management of the disease.


July 16, 2016 - Listen Now

Our Director of Outpatient Services, Jack Sodak will briefly discuss what Outpatient Treatment entails, understanding addiction as a physical and spiritual malady as well as (PAWS) Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome. He will also talk about Retreat at Lancaster County’s new Outpatient Facility and the services we’ll provide such as our Family Education Program, Rediscover at Retreat Workshops & Adolescent Programming. ​


July 9, 2016 - Listen Now

Clinical Specialist, Andrew Beyer discusses his circuitous route to recovery after struggling with addiction. Andrew had two very different experiences with treatment at 15 & 19. Eventually his son's own struggle with addiction was a catalyst for them both to achieve sobriety. He will also discuss the difference between treatment and recovery and how the first lays the groundwork for a new way of life.


July 2, 2016 - Listen Now

LPNs, Tyler and Terri will discuss the growing heroin epidemic and some of the medical interventions available, such as the opiate overdose reversing drug, Naloxone. Naloxone is accessible to the public and can be easily administered. Tyler and Terri will discuss how to administer as well as explore Medication assisted  recovery in this segment.​


June 25, 2016 - Listen Now

Amanda Kimball, Clinical Supervisor of Outpatient Services, and Cathy Geissler, Outpatient Therapist, discuss treating the young opiate addict. As evidenced by the growing heroin epidemic, opiate addiction is specifically difficult to treat due to various factors. Amanda and Cathy discuss barriers to treating the young opiate addict, as they talk about their experience in assisting patients identify and cope with relapse triggers and patterns. Family dynamics and managing the characteristics of a young addict.


June 18, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s weekly Medical Professionals group includes Health Professionals and First Responders suffering from addiction. The group is facilitated by Nursing Team Lead, Terri Labik who will discuss the unique treatment needs of Health Professionals and First Responders.


June 11, 2016 - Listen Now

With the expansion of Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers, CEO & Founder Peter Schorr discusses the effect opening a new facility in Florida will make on the surrounding community. On June 2nd, 2016 Retreat at Palm Beach celebrated their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting & dinner for esteemed guests as well as an open house to the public. The following Tuesday, they opened their doors to receive patients.


June 04, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s resident OBGYN, Dr. Kristi Dively, will discuss treating pregnant patients who are struggling with addiction. She will discuss the effects of alcohol, opioid, benzos and nicotine on the unborn fetus and as well the patient. Dr. Dively has over 10 years experience in Obstetrics and Gynecology, attending medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and completing her residency at Memorial Hospital in York, PA.


May 28, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s Lead Family Program Facilitator, Stephanie Taylor discusses what has changed about the thinking in family dynamics as well as the importance of family in a patient’s treatment. She will also discuss the different approaches that are used with families depending on the age of the patient.


May 21, 2016 - Listen Now

Kayla Kressler and Taylor Maxwell discuss relapse and the role of the family in the person’s treatment and recovery process. Removing the substance or drug of choice is not the cure, a daily reprieve and vigilant practice as well as a change of thinking and behavior are also important parts of recovery. During the early recovery process the family is not always aware of the role they have played or the ways in which family dynamic has changed.


May 14, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s Outreach Specialist, Ryan Carmody will discuss his struggles with addiction. Starting at an early age, Ryan experimented during his youth which resulted in several treatment centers throughout his twenties and eventually becoming institutionalized throughout the process. Ryan will discuss what it means to be instiutilaized as well as his transition into sobriety and his struggle. He will also speak about his current position and what that entails.


May 07, 2016 - Listen Now

Tyler Foster, a Team Lead in Retreat’s nursing department discusses his personal experience with addiction and how having someone close to you fight addiction effects your life. He will discuss the strength he found through Al-Anon and his journey to behavioral healthcare. Tyler will also talk about the role he and his fellow colleagues in the nuring deaprtment play on a day to day basis from assisting patients to working with the Medical Team.


April 30, 2016 - Listen Now

Clinical Therapists, Aleza Finver and Bonnie Bair of Retreat at Lancaster County discuss what causes offenders behavior and what families can do to help those with a criminal mindset and addictions. They will address substance abuse issues, mental health issues and genetic predispositions. They will also discuss how to help families set boundaries and be aware of how their loved one may be manipulating them.


April 23, 2016 - Listen Now

After struggling with her own addiction for years, Emily Geier began her journey to recovery. Emily went from being homeless to turning her life around and becoming a homeowner. SYeshe re-established her relationship with her family and ended up starting one of her own. She also went from being a patient at Retreat, to now working with others as an Outreach Specialist.


April 16, 2016 - Listen Now

One of Retreat’s many alumni staff members shares her journey prior to acheiveing sobriety, what led her to Retreat as a patient and her experience in treatment. She will discuss how she made her way back to Retreat as an employee and take us through her role as an Outreach Specialist while quickly climbing up the ranks at Retreat.


April 9, 2016 - Listen Now

One of Retreat’s many alumni staff members shares her journey prior to acheiveing sobriety, what led her to Retreat as a patient and her experience in treatment. She will discuss how she made her way back to Retreat as an employee and take us through her role as an Outreach Specialist while quickly climbing up the ranks at Retreat.


April 2, 2016 - Listen Now

Scarlett LeVan-Bunyon, MA, ATR-BC, LPC and Nick Rowe MA, MT-BC will discuss creative art therapy and how it benefits those struggling with addiction. They will also provide insight on their backgrounds and how they collaborate, adding benefit to traditional treatment.


March 26, 2016 - Listen Now

Chrissy Gariano, Retreat’s Chief Clinical Officer discusses her journey through the Drug and Alcohol Industry, assisting the launch of Retreat’s first inpatient facility and becoming the Chief Clinical Officer for Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers.


March 19, 2016 - Listen Now

Story Of Recovery. One of Retreat’s more colorful and beloved employees, Billy Dotts Sr, discusses his journey of Recovery and his successful career at Retreat as a transportation specialist. His relationship with his older brother put him into a tailspin of drugs and alcohol including Meth beginning at the age of 14. He later transitioned into heroin before his life took a turn for the worse. Billy will also discuss what he has done to achieve and continue his sobriety.


March 12, 2016 - Listen Now

Treating Addiction in the Middle Aged to Older Adult Population. Amanda Kimball, MA and Jarel Gallman, MSW will discuss treating addiction in adults over the age of 30, how this demographic differs from young adult addicts as well as family relationships.


March 5, 2016 - Listen Now

Director of Nursing, Melissa Callahan and Kristi Dively, DO will discuss the pathophysiology of the Hepatits C Virus (HCV), how HCV is transmitted and who is at risk. Patients with addictions especially IV Drug Use (IVDU) are the population at highest risk of contracting and transmitting HCV. The #1 risk factor for infection and transmission is sharing needles . Discussion will include risk factors & newly available treatment options as well as the need for education & access to care.


February 27, 2016 - Listen Now

Maggie Hunt, one of Retreat’s Shift Administrators discusses her journey through recovery, her time as a model patient, her new life as a mom and wife as well as her current role. Peter Schorr, Retreat’s CEO & Founder also discusses Maggie’s journey from his perspective as part of her support team.


February 13, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s Music Therapist, Bernard Sarkissian discusses his own recovery from heroin addiction and the role music played in his life. Bernard also shares a few original songs that he wrote addressing his disease and life events.


February 6, 2016 - Listen Now

Senior Director of Clinical Services, Alan Trobman discusses steps necessary to attaining treatment and intervention services for both families and individuals. Alan has over 30 years experience in the Substance Abuse industry, working in multiple facets of treatment and managed care.


January 30, 2016 - Listen Now

Director of Nursing, Melissa Callahan and Clinical Supervisor, Sonya Syrylo will discuss the effects of co-dependency and enabling within the family system. The families making the choice to be a part of the solution or a part of the their loved ones active addiction.​


January 23, 2016 - Listen Now

Ben McCoy discusses the application for spiritual principles in the context of recovery. His experience, both personally and professionaly gives insight into the accessibility of one of the most misunderstood components of recovery.


January 16, 2016 - Listen Now

Retreat’s Medical Director, Dr. Joe Troncale discusses Addiction as a family disease. He’ll touch on genetics, social environment as well as what family members can do to work with an addicted family member.


January 9, 2016 - Listen Now

With over 20 years in the Drug & Alcohol Industry, Tom Connell and Lou Bevilacqua, Psy.D. will tackle the topic of seasonal depression and how it coincides with substance abuse.


January 2, 2016 - Listen Now

Director of Outpatient Services, Jack Sodak, clarifies the internal and external symptoms of addiction. He will discuss how to access treatment if you or a loved one is struggling with this disease as well as provide helpful tips on how to support your loved on during treatment.


DECEMBER 26, 2015 - Listen Now

Popular cheerleader, Sammy Osterlof discusses how her addiction began, her journey to recovery and her success as an Outreach Coordinator. Her father joins her on this program as well to share how this affected their family.


DECEMBER 19, 2015 - Listen Now

Director of Transportation, John Batten discusses his inspiration for "The Retreat Song" as well as his own recovery.


DECEMBER 12, 2015 - Listen Now

Director of Nursing, Melissa Callahan and Bobby Bunyon discuss the dangers of Prescription Drugs and who is at risk.


DECEMBER 5, 2015 - Listen Now

Director of Outpatient Services Jack Sodak and Clinical Supervisor Amanda Kimball discuss continuity of care as well as helping families understand the disease of addiction.


NOVEMBER 28, 2015 - Listen Now

Interview with Retreat's Medical Director, Dr. Joseph Troncale on Addiction as a brain disease.


NOVEMBER 21, 2015 - Listen Now

Interview with CEO & Founder Peter Schorr as well as the President of DASPOP, Deb Beck.

Primary Clinical Therapist, Thomas Longenecker, discusses his work with patients who have dealt with trauma and how it effects their life and addiction. Often times in early recovery, when the substance is all gone, there can be a standard deflation of mood, then the patient will start to experience emotions that they haven’t experienced in a long time. These emotions can be huge, powerful and overhelming. As a clinician, it’s their job to provide patients an outlet to safely express their emotions with someone  who can guide and help them  through their processing.

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