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January 21st 2015

Talking Relapse Prevention with Vanessa Prusis

Case Manager Vanessa Prusis has extensive experience working with the disease of addiction, ranging from substance abuse to eating disorders. She works closely with Futures’ clients to help construct individualized relapse prevention plans that investigate triggers – prompting each person to gain fresh perspectives about their environment and the strategies required for success in recovery.  […]

January 20th 2015

Coining In

As calendars change and a new year begins, almost anything seems possible. A continuation of what worked is assimilated with the hopes and dreams of everything that can be. Nowhere is this truer than at Futures of Palm Beach. Beginning in January, 2015, we are excited to announce the unveiling of our newest ceremony, “coining […]

January 15th 2015

Do Your Aging Parents Need Drug Rehab

Things change as people grow older. Memory isn’t what it once was. Regular jogs turn into walks, and full-time employment evolves into intermittent consulting work. Chronic illnesses develop that require regular maintenance – heart disease, cancer, etc. – and more and more often one hears of good friends, past and present, falling ill or passing […]

January 8th 2015

Eating Disorders, Substance Abuse: Avoid Relapse During the Holidays

The holiday season can feel like a field of landmines for people in recovery. For those overcoming addiction, the constant flow of wine, eggnog, and holiday liqueurs at every social event and family function can make it difficult to avoid relapse – especially if those events are stressful due to social dynamics or anxiety. Similarly, […]

January 6th 2015

Hypnotherapy Helps a Healing Mind

Enjoy this moment, wading into the warm sounds coming from the Futures’ Relaxation Center and  Hypnotherapist Lorraine Kozlowski, CHT, CLC. Gentle music accompanies Lorraine’s words.         Feeling a kind and gentle softness toward yourself.
         A compassion for each and every weary aching place in your body.
         Respect for your own forbearance.
         Gratitude […]

December 28th 2014

Are Your Ancestors Responsible for Your Alcohol Use Disorder?

It’s well known that a genetic predisposition for addiction can be a significant factor in the development of a substance abuse problem. If a close blood relation – your mother or your brother, for example – struggles with drugs or alcohol, then you have a higher chance than the general public of developing your own […]

December 25th 2014

Just One Won’t Hurt, or Will It? The Damage One Drink Can Do

Do you wish it were possible to drink or get high occasionally without all the terrible consequences that come with chronic substance abuse or addiction? If so, you’re not alone. Most people in recovery spent years trying to figure out how to restrict their drug use or drinking so they could continue to “enjoy” themselves […]

December 23rd 2014

Acceptance and Self Compassion Top Recovery Gift List

Gift giving is one holiday tradition that’s deeply ingrained in our culture. Most of us have fond childhood memories of unwrapping presents and rejoicing over a gift that we really wanted. In recovery, there are a handful of gifts that are not only desired, but terribly well-deserved. What’s great about these gifts is that you […]

December 18th 2014

10 Tips for Keeping Your Recovery Resolutions in 2015

A new year means a fresh start, and many of us can’t resist creating goals for the upcoming 12 months. For those in recovery, this concept can be beneficial – as long as it’s constructed with thoughtfulness and compassion. It can also be harmful if approached from a black and white perspective – where 12 […]

December 18th 2014

Less Risk of Violence in Mental Health Patients After Drug Rehab

Though studies demonstrate that the public’s view of mental health disorders is generally more forgiving than their view of addiction, many still fear severely mentally ill patients and the potential for erratic and violent behavior. Why? It may be TV shows and movies that sensationalize the mental illness of the serial killer or mass murderer, […]

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