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Talk: How Executives and High-Status Professionals Recover From Addiction, Mental Illness

Samuel Ball Addiction Executives Silver Hill

What works in treating high-achieving executives and high-status professionals for addiction or mental illness? And what doesn’t work? That’s the subject of a talk Wednesday, June 12 by Samuel Ball, Ph.D., the director of executive programs at Silver Hill Hospital. (more…) Continue Reading →

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How Executives and High-Status Professionals Recover From Addiction, Mental Illness: June 12 Talk

Samuel Ball Addiction Executives Silver Hill
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What works in treating high-achieving executives and high-status professionals for addiction or mental illness? And what doesn’t work? That’s the subject of a talk Wednesday, June 12 by Samuel Ball, Ph.D., the director of executive programs at Silver Hill Hospital. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Free, Monthly Family Support Groups for Families With Addicted Members Now at Mountainside Wilton

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Mountainside Wilton now offers Family Support Groups to those who have been impacted by a loved one’s addiction. These free monthly sessions are designed to provide family members with the recovery and support services they need to heal in tandem with their addicted loved ones. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Men and Women Face Different Hurdles When Recovering From Addiction, Says Treatment Agency

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If you’ve recovered from an addiction yourself and know of someone of the opposite sex who’s trying to recover from one now, you may not realize that the challenges of recovery can be different for men than they are for women. This article, contributed by Mountainside Treatment Center, which has a location in Wilton, discusses what’s different (individuals will, of course, vary — this article discusses generalized group differences): (more…) Continue Reading →

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