Recovery is a Road Worth Taking

Recovery is a Road Worth Taking

They say that the journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step. This is also true for those just beginning their journey of recovery. What may seem to be daunting, maybe even an impossible task – recovery is worth your very best effort. It may just save your life....
Experiential Therapy

Experiential Therapy

Experiential Therapy – What Role Does It Play in Recovery? Experiential therapy finds it roots in the works of Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and Fritz Perls.  Humanistic in nature, it is not limited to a single “form”, but a number of different types of therapy...
Binge Drinking and Alcohol Poisoning

Binge Drinking and Alcohol Poisoning

How to detect and treat it Binge drinking is on the rise among our youth. Alcohol is considered far and away the most popular gateway drug leading to addiction. According to American Addiction Centers, two-thirds of alcohol users report that it was their first...
Exercise – The Secret Weapon to Recovery

Exercise – The Secret Weapon to Recovery

We recently came across an article written by our friends at Northstar Transitions that, based upon a recent study performed by the University of Buffalo, asked the question: Can exercise help prevent cocaine relapse? The study reports findings in mice that reveal...
Vance Johnson to Address Mental Health

Vance Johnson to Address Mental Health

One of the legendary “Three Amigos” shares message of hope and Healing in our high schools with Douglas Co. parents and students. Parker, CO – September 26, 2018 – A New Outlook Counseling Services (ANOCS), a local therapeutic practice specializing in youth-related...
MAT – Medication Assisted Therapy

MAT – Medication Assisted Therapy

Beginning a MAT (Medication-Assisted Therapy) course of treatment requires the assistance and constant supervision of a physician (or psychiatrist) who specializes in addiction treatment. Alternatively, a treatment center that uses MAT is an option for implementation...