I am a person of long-term recovery since January 7, 2005. I have been an addiction counsellor since mid-2006 having worked in several treatment centres. I love to celebrate recovery and the success stories that occurr on a daily basis.
I recently wrote a blog about my how I understand that in some circumstances harm reduction is necessary. However, as I have more and
To swear or not to swear, that is the question. Every once in a while I get into a debate with someone on whether
For the second year in a row I attended Toronto’s Recovery Day event. As a person who is proud to be in recovery I
I’ve had an interesting relationship with harm reduction over the years. Prior to sobering up in January of 2005 I tried my luck with
My AA Nightmare As I sat in the meeting last night I observed that the gentleman next to me had a bad cold. As
There is a plethora of addiction/mental health treatment centres across Canada, many of them private. In Ontario anyone with a load of money and/or
I’ve been in the addictions field for around a decade. My inspiration in joining the addictions counselling ranks came from my own personal journey
Any good treatment centre will tell you that treatment is just a beginning it’s not a cure. Treatment is a safe place for an
#VoicesInRecovery The hardest amends I had to make in recovery was to my mother. She had passed away from non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Cancer a couple
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