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Use Empathy to Help Your Loved Ones in Recovery

Support Helps Those in Recovery Often, family members of those who are in recovery have a hard time knowing how to support them. They might know how to care in the obvious ways, like bringing their loved one their favorite socks or taking them out for the afternoon. However, knowing how to care on an emotional level might be more …Read More

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Lakehouse Recovery Center Joins MAP Recovery Network

We are very excited to announce that the Lakehouse Recovery Center is now officially a member of the MAP Recovery Network. MAP strives to improve the outcomes of addiction treatment and by joining the Network, the Lakehouse gains additional resources which will help clients achieve greater long-term success. CEO and Executive Director of the Lakehouse Stuart Birnbaum said, “We strive to …Read More

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What to Say to Someone in Recovery

Going through recovery from drug or alcohol addiction is a process that can benefit largely from having the support of friends and family. It can be difficult for friends and family members to figure out what to say during these times. You want to help, but you’re not quite sure how. You don’t want to say anything that’s going to …Read More

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SOCRATES – A Scale that Assesses Your Readiness To Change

A treatment model discussed in previous blog articles is the Stages of Change model, which assesses the strength of your desire to change versus the strength of your addiction. Stages of Change is a clear description of the various stages that one goes through when making a significant life change. In addition to this, there is also an assessment scale …Read More