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For behavioral health professionals, The U.S. Journal Training Conferences are some of most highly anticipated events of the year. Each even in their conference series gathers internationally-renowned experts and thought leaders to share their latest discoveries and insights into the human mind.

Published in Events and Training

Human beings make about 35,000 conscious decisions every day. Each one of those decisions, no matter how small, is likely to have an impact on someone, somewhere, in some way. But, we typically have no idea what kind of impact our choices have made on the world around us.

Published in News & Announcements
Wednesday, 15 March 2017 16:01

Find Your Pot of Gold

Achieving change and self-actualization does not have to be as elusive as finding a pot of gold.

Whether you're struggling with the impact of an emotional childhood trauma, grieving a loss, wanting to repair family dynamics, or simply want to develop a greater sense of self, the Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows has a workshop that will fit your needs.

Published in Workshops

By Andrea Sauceda, Internet and Social Media Director at The Meadows

In these times of complex debates, high stress, and anxiety--when we're constantly reading the news and watching the news and thinking about the news and arguing about the news - it can be nice to take a break and get back to basics for a bit: Like, to the basics of human emotion and behavior.

Published in Addiction
Tuesday, 24 January 2017 15:14

Do Addicts Have Too Much Empathy?

By Kevin McCauley, MD, Senior Fellow at The Meadows

I have this shocking statement I sometimes make in my lectures: “Heroin addicts are sweet people.”

I say this partly because I’m an addict myself and I tend to make hyperbolic statements for their emotional impact (not my best quality). But I also do it to push back against the tired trope that addiction can be reduced to a personality disorder. This is what I learned in medical school: put bluntly, addicts are sociopaths.

Published in Addiction

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