Category: Research / Many Paths

There are many paths to recovery, all of them worthy of celebration.

Snowflakes

No Two Addictions Are the Same

By David B. Bohl Originally published on his website, David B. Bohl, on February 4, 2019 Addictions, like snowflakes, have one thing in common – they are all absolutely unique. The intricacies of a...

Smart Recovery

Your First SMART Recovery Meeting

By Sam29 First posted on SMART Recovery So, you’re considering attending a SMART Recovery meeting. We applaud you for reaching this point in your recovery! Your consideration might come with one or a mix...

Buddhist Path

Refuge Recovery

What’s a Refuge Recovery Meeting Like? Published on January 2, 2019 on Recovery Ways After leaving treatment, attending mutual aid meetings are a great way to continue your recovery. You meet other people who...

Recovery Capital Conference

Recovery Capital Conference of Canada

By Joe C. “Having been at addiction-oriented events across the USA and Canada I have found that we are creating addiction experts; that’s great. But I go to these things and I ask myself,...

Recovery Capital

Recovery Capital

A longer version of this article was originally published August 28, 2017, on the Cedars at Cobble Hill Addiction Treatment Centre Recovery Capital is a concept that’s changing the recovery landscape across Canada. Until now,...

The Talking Cure in Recovery

Originally published in DARA, a Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Thailand A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved A popular proverb claims that a problem shared is a problem halved. There is good evidence...

Meditation

Can Mindfulness Meditation Prevent Relapse?

By Elizabeth Brico Published in The Fix on February 21, 2018 Mindfulness meditation teaches people how to accept suffering as a normal, cohesive experience, and then move on from it. Relapse has always been...

Addiction Recovery Character

Addiction, Recovery, and Personal Character

By Bill White This article was published on February 16, 2018, in The Selected Papers of William L. White The devastating effects of addiction on physical/emotional health and social functioning have been meticulously catalogued,...

Mosaic

Recovery Pathways are not always a Pathway

By Bill White Originally posted on June 3, 2016 on Selected Papers of William L. White The addiction recovery experience has been sliced and diced in all manner of categories: secular, spiritual, and religious;...