Alaina Morrisette and Dr. Alex Katehakis sit down and discuss sexual health, gender, trauma and life practices and how they relate to the individual and how that changes over time on a podcast.
Jim Dredge, CEO of Alita Care, LLC, has announced that Edward “Jed” Donahue has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer. Donahue’s responsibilities as Alita Care CFO will include oversight of the Finance and Information Technology operations for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, Sunspire Health, and Bournewood Health Systems.
Meadows Behavioral Healthcare announced today that its specialty program, Remuda Ranch at The Meadows, a comprehensive treatment center specializing in eating and co-occurring disorders for women and girls, has appointed Mike Gurr, MS, MA, LPC, CDWF, Executive Director and Tanja Haaland, MA, LCPC, Clinical Director over the inpatient and residential programs.
Jim Dredge, CEO of Alita Care, LLC, has announced that Jerome Vangheluwe has joined the company as Chief Managed Care Officer. In this role, Vangheluwe will oversee managed care contracting and pricing, as well as the development of the company’s national managed care strategy for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, Sunspire Health, and Bournewood Health Systems.
The Meadows "Heart Award" was presented on Wednesday, February 7 at the NYC luncheon and it was a great success. For those that couldn’t attend, read more about what Tian Dayton and the recipient, Anita Ronis had to say about the award.
Recharging your body and mind, improving your focus and boosting clarity are all great reasons to meditate – but what if you could improve on what you’re already doing?
Girls are often born into this world surrounded by messages about who they are supposed to be, and who they should become; Be cute. Smile. Be a nice girl. Just give them a hug. Don’t make a fuss. Suck in your belly. Be the ideal body type. Look sexy. Stay pure and innocent. Be good in bed. You can have it all if you do it this way.
Individuals in recovery have generally spent a lot of time avoiding their painful, shameful or fearful reality. Using chemicals, relationships, busyness, spending, eating, not eating, fantasy, gambling, sex, etc. to escape reality.
Relationships are hard. There’s no getting around it. Put more than one person in the same place for long enough and you’re sure to have problems. It’s as certain as death, taxes and computer problems. In his book Your Brain on Love, Dr. Stan Tatkin says that “there really is nothing more difficult on the planet than another person…nothing.” I tend to agree with him. My personal history with relationships and my work as working as a Marriage and Family Therapist seem to confirm that there’s nothing that will complicate your life more than another human. As much as we desire and need other people in our life, we simply cannot avoid the pain and conflict that inevitably comes when we enter a relationship. It’s a catch-22 of the human condition.