Our treatment philosophy represents a seamless integration of contemporary addiction medicine and clinical sciences with a profound immersion in timeless recovery principles.
Origins Behavioral HealthCare provides a comprehensive continuum of alcohol and drug addiction treatment services for adults, including those with co-occurring disorders. Origins treatment philosophy unites proven pharmacological therapies and evidence-based clinical interventions with a profound immersion in the timeless 12-Step experience. Origins’ primary treatment team includes Medical Doctors
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Hanley Center's Ursula Avilus, MSN, RN, Orietta Levinson, and Ingrid VanAlstyne, MBA, LMHC, MCAP, QS participated in the 1st Annual Southeast Region Nurse Week Appreciation Event hosted by FAU and the Florida Nurses Association.
Join us for an in-person CEU event sponsored by the Florida Psychological Association - Palm Beach Chapter, "Have Fun Storming the Castle: Burnout and Compassion Fatigue in Counseling Professions." Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP, Chief Clinical Officer for Origins Behavioral HealthCare, will explore the dynamics of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma and how it manifests in the everyday life of mental health professionals.
• When: June 3rd, from 9A - 12P ET. A continental breakfast will be provided.
• Where: Hanley Resource Center, 933 45th St., West Palm Beach, FL 33407
• Earn: 3 CEUs
• Cost: Free for FPA members, $30 for Non-FPA Members
• Define and differentiate concepts of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma in the context of clinical counseling.
• Explain risk factors faced by those working in counseling professions, including all that we bring with us, and be able to identify warning signs of burnout in self and others.
• Prevent burnout by learning to balance the immense demands of work with the ultimate reality of having human needs that cannot be ignored...for too long.
To register, visit: https://originsbh.com/DybenFPA
Florida Psychological Association 1. Define and differentiate concepts of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma in the context of clinical counseling
International Nurses Day is celebrated worldwide every May 12, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth. Thank you to our nurses for the hard work you do every day. We love and appreciate all you do for our patients!
Today is National Fentanyl Awareness Day. Fentanyl is involved in more deaths of Americans under 50 than any other cause of death, including heart disease, cancer, and all other accidents. Learn the facts about fentanyl at fentanylawarenessday.org.
National Fentanyl Awareness Day | May 10th A day of action to raise public awareness about an urgent problem: illegally made fentanyl. Join our effort on May 10, 2022.
Join us at the Hanley Resource Center for a recovery themed Trivia Night on June 14th! We will have food, fun, fellowship, trivia, and prizes.
You're welcome to bring a friend to this event. We look forward to seeing you!
Contact the alumni team at [email protected] for more information! To register, visit: https://originsbh.com/Trivia
Although addiction can strain family relationships, family support is an essential treatment element. In this blog post, learn about the family's role in helping a loved one get sober.
The Role of Family in Recovery Family support is an essential element of treatment for professional people living with drug and alcohol addiction.
Join us for a free virtual CE event, "Addiction is Trauma: A Mirrored Perspective," presented by David Tejeda, M.Ed., LPC, Clinical Director of Origins Recovery Center and Hannah's House.
• When: May 26th, from 11A - 1P CST
• Where: Virtually
• Earn: 2 free CEUs
- Explain the parallels between addiction and trauma in a shorter length residential setting
- Integrate 12-Step recovery principles into and within a trauma-informed framework
Learn more and register at: https://tpn.health/events/addiction-is-trauma-a-mirrored-perspective/
Addiction is Trauma: A Mirrored Perspective David Armando Tejeda is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Adjunct Professor with expertise in various topics related to trauma informed care, intensive family services in residential SUD treatment, telehealth family programming, experiential group therapy, coaching, and counseling dual-enrolled....
Substance use, especially alcohol, has been linked to many suicide attempts and suicides. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people ages 10-34. Learn about the risk factors and warning signs of suicide in this blog post.
Substance Use Disorders and Suicide In 2018, over 48,000 people committed suicide, making it a leading cause of death with incidences more than doubling the number of homicides, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people age 10 to 34, and the...
Recovery is possible. You can make it through this challenging time and see a brighter future ahead of you! We are here for you along your journey to recovery: (844) 250-9228
“Our worst day can become our greatest victory.” In this article, hear from Director of Admissions, Meghan Brooks, on how your healing journey can begin today.
The Greatest Victory Director of Admissions Meghan Brooks writes about the struggle of making the choice to go to treatment and the rewards of recovery.
"The point of a boundary is not to help somebody else; the point of a boundary is to help the person who needs to set it." In this video, hear from Jared Fuson, MA, LPC-S, Chief Operating Officer of Origins Behavioral HealthCare, and Deborah Kuzmin, LCSW, Executive Director of Hanley Center at Origins, on setting healthy boundaries.
May is a time to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and help reduce the stigma that so many experience. If you or a loved one are struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD) and need help, reach out to our team today: (844) 250-9228
If you have a loved one with a substance use disorder, it can be challenging to know when you are enabling them. Unfortunately, many people enable their loved ones without even realizing it. In this blog post, learn the signs of enabling and what can be done to stop it.
Signs You’re Enabling Your Loved One Learn the signs of enabling someone with an addiction and what can be done to stop it from Origins Behavioral HealthCare.
Mindfulness is the act of being fully present in the moment, using your five senses to ground you. It can be active, like taking a walk in nature and observing the scenery around you, or it can be passive, like sitting and focusing on your breathing.
If you are an Origins Behavioral HealthCare Alum in the Kerrville area, join us on May 19th at Taqueria Jalisco for food, fun, and fellowship. Our Alumni team will be there to celebrate recovery alongside you!
Contact [email protected] for more information.
Join us for a free virtual CEU event hosted by the Dilworth Center, "Have Fun Storming the Castle: Burnout and Compassion Fatigue in Counseling Professions." Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP, Chief Clinical Officer for Origins Behavioral HealthCare, will explore the dynamics of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma and how it manifests in the everyday life of mental health professionals.
• When: May 20th, from 9A - 11A ET
• Where: Virtually
• Earn: 2 free CEUs
For more information and to register, visit: https://originsbh.com/DilworthDyben
Did you know that substance use disorders (SUDs) are classified as mental health disorders due to the changes they make to the brain? Learn more about the relationship between SUDs and mental health in this blog post.
Is Addiction a Mental Illness? Learn if addiction is a mental health disorder and the steps you need to take for recovery. Read now or contact Origins today.
It can be hard to know how to take care of yourself, especially if you've been through many tough times. When you're going through addiction recovery, it's important to take care of yourself emotionally. Our team is made up of skilled professionals who understand what you're going through and want to help you get better. We're here if you need us: (844) 250-9228
Unresolved trauma from childhood or adulthood can continuously impact your physical and mental health. In this blog post, learn about the effects of unresolved trauma and the first steps to overcoming it.
Unresolved Trauma: What You Need to Know Learn about unresolved trauma, the effects, and how it relates to addiction.
In observation of Earth Day, Hanley Center at Origins team members participated in a plant swap at the Hanley Garden. Team members were able to bring a plant to trade and share in a fun time! 🌎😍
Codependency can develop between friends or family members. In this blog post, learn how to recognize a codependent relationship and ways to break the cycle.
Are You in a Codependent Relationship? Codependent relationships are common in those with substance use disorders. Learn how to identify these relationships and how to break codependency.
Today is the day to make a change. We're here for you when you're ready: 844.250.9228
It's possible to go through alcohol treatment and stop drinking. But, just eliminating alcohol isn't enough to stay in recovery. For example, a person with "dry drunk syndrome" may commit to quitting drinking but ignore the rest of the work needed to sustain sobriety. Learn more about the behaviors associated with the term and how to recognize one in this blog post.
What is a Dry Drunk? Just eliminating alcohol isn’t enough to stay in recovery. Learn about "Dry drunk syndrome” and how to avoid being a dry drunk.
Thank you to all the team members who participated in Hanley Center's Egg Hunt! Eggs were hidden throughout campus, and the first six team members who found the most eggs won prizes.
Congratulations to Alejandrina Vasquez - 40 eggs, Erica Nixon - 40 eggs, Eric Michaelson - 37 eggs, Donneisha "Kalli" Lubin - 27 eggs, Bart Ross - 13 eggs, Nicole Neiderbaumer - 13 eggs.
Watch David Tejeda, M.Ed., LPC, Clinical Director for Origins Recovery Center and Hannah's House, on CBS 4 News Rio Grande Valley as he discusses the importance of making recovery centers more accessible for valley residents in South Texas.
‘Surrendering is the hardest’: Local man shares his road to becoming sober SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, Texas (ValleyCentral) — To shine a light on Alcohol Abuse Awareness, ValleyCentral spoke with a local man on his journey to becoming sober. Donnie Jones said alcohol abuse start…
If you are an Origins Behavioral HealthCare alum in the Dallas area, join us on April 21st at Terry Black’s BBQ for food, fun, and fellowship. Our Alumni Team will be there to eat some brisket and celebrate recovery alongside you.
For questions, contact the alumni team at [email protected].
In this blog from Executive Chef Tim Pearce, learn why proper nutrition is key to positive mental health.
Nutrition and Mental Health Read our recent blog by Headwaters Executive Chef Tim Pearce to learn about the close connection between nutrition and maintaining positive mental health.
"For a system to heal, everyone has to be part of the healing process. The first step is to seek out support from other families who have been through this." In this video, learn more about healing the family system from Deborah Kuzmin, LCSW, Executive Director at Hanley Center at Origins.
Compassion helps us become less focused on ourselves. This can be especially valuable when feeling stressed out or suffering from anxiety. A small act of service can make a huge difference in your own life and the life of the person you help, which can help to make the world a happier place. How have you been of service this week? Let us know in the comments.
We exist to provide a clear path to a life of healing and restoration. At Origins, we treat co-occurring disorders, often referred to as “dual diagnoses,” such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, personality disorders, and chronic medical conditions. Our facilities were among the first in the nation to be accredited by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and we provide robust outcomes data to track the success of our programs.
Our treatment model integrates the latest in advanced medical and clinical sciences with a profound immersion in timeless recovery principles. With more than 40 years of combined experience, our drug and alcohol treatment programs provide a lasting solution to addiction.
Origins' continuum includes residential, transitional, and intensive outpatient addiction programs. We offer patient-driven care, along with age- and gender-specific treatment options in South Padre Island, TX, Dallas, TX, and West Palm Beach, FL. Our therapists, psychiatrists, internists, nurses, and spiritual leaders guide patients through intensive psychological evaluations, medical detoxification, and a wide array of specialized clinical services.
Every integrated treatment plan includes elements of sophisticated clinical, medical, and spiritual care.
The leading nonprofit dedicated to helping people with mental illness or developmental disabilities live healthier lives. Metrocare is changing minds!
12 Week Anger Management Program: As featured on MTV: True Life: I Need Anger Management Group, Individual, Telehealth and At Home version available.
It's about help. It's about hope. It's about peace of mind.
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What should you do when it feels like the world is closing in? Open up.
I AM H·E·R·E draws together stakeholders in adolescent mental health to work on initiatives that strengthen the network of mental health resources for young people in North Texas.
Serving Dallas families since 2001.
Cognitive-Behavioral therapy for adolescents, individuals & families.
Psychologist, author, teacher of psychology, meditation, yoga; women's health expert, workshop/retreat leader, and seeker of sanity in daily life.
Renee Baker, PhDEE, LPC Licensed Professional Counselor A general practitioner for mental health issues. All things transgender, le***an, gay, bi, pan, ace, kink, poly...diversity!
Our therapists seek to serve the community by helping individuals and families to regain and maximize their ability to function well in life.