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Drug Alcohol Treatment Center Relapse Prevention in Philadelphia

Relapse occurs as a process, not an event. If we agree that relapse can occur at any time, but usually is preceded by a series of changed behaviors and thought shifts (many times weeks, or months prior to engaging in the substance), then we have a greater period of time and a broader array of…

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Drug Alcohol Addiction Early Recovery In Philadelphia

Too often, we are carrying negative perceptions, experiences and people in our minds in early recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and in our daily lives. It is “normal” to have a restless mind, but we can change that with a heightened sense of merely “what comes into view” without judgement and labeling. When we…

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Professional Outpatient Treatment Center Philadelphia

Providence Treatment is an effective, state-of-the-art and boutique outpatient treatment program for professionals (e.g. physicians, dentists, pharmacists, pilots, clergy, etc.) seeking recovery from impairment due to alcohol and drug addiction. We also evaluate and treat professionals with mental health illness such as depression, anxiety in all of its forms: PTSD, OCD, GAD and performance anxiety.…

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Seeking Recovery Help In Philadelphia

There are 12 steps in the process of asking for help and they are:One of the major hurdles that individuals in early recovery from drug and alcohol addiction struggle with is – developing a practice of asking for help when needed. In American society, and especially with professionals (e.g. physicians, executives, attorneys, etc.) asking for…

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Sober Living for Men in Philadelphia

There is a common thinking error for people in active addiction, which basically represents “I want to do what I want to do when I want to do it.” Basically, it is a life without accountability. Every responsible individual lives with some degree of accountability. Often, this addictive thinking error leads disorganized behavior creating discontentment…

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Premier Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center in Philadelphia

Providence Treatment is an extended care program for professionals in suburban Philadelphia, PA, who are in need of alcohol and drug addiction treatment. We provide both sober living for professional men and outpatient services for professional men and women, specifically those who identify their work as a career/profession such as physicians, dentists, business executives, attorney,…

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Why Should a Professional Choose Sober Living in Philadelphia?

A sober living environment gives you: 1) Accountability, 2) Peer support, 3) Structure with sober coaching and 4) Space to slowly transition back to your life with family and friends. Accountability truly is the hallmark of early recovery. To answer to another person in recovery and less involve my will alone, has been proven to…

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Sober Living After Rehab In Philadelphia

Too often, people leave rehab and return back to their busy lives and are not able to integrate what they’ve just learned in treatment. The added tasks of: 90 meetings in 90 days, obtaining a temporary sponsor, starting step work, making connections in the rooms, etc. is a major and important part of early recovery.…

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Physicians With Disease of Addiction In Philadelphia

Physicians make a significant commitment to their training and subsequently to their profession in caring for others. There is tremendous self sacrifice in the service of building knowledge and experience to handle serious medical dilemmas for their patients. It is probably not surprising that a physician can have difficulty asking for help for themselves. Many…

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Philadelphia Sober Living Program For Clergy

One of the most rewarding, yet time demanding profession, is professional ministry. Clergy serve many roles in a community including: liturgist, family mediator, counselor, community activist and many more roles. At times, the stress related to the profession can lead an ordained person to feel alone and burnt out. Alcohol can be a common “solution”…