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Author Morgan Richardson

  • Morgan Richardson
  • URL: http://www.southcoastrecovery.com/staff.html
  • Bio: Morgan Richardson, C.A.T.C., C.C.J.P - Intake Coordinator, Counselor "The SouthCoast Recovery program gave me willingness and showed me that I have the power to change the way that I look at myself and the world.” Morgan helps individuals and families begin healing by informing them about recovery. A Human Services graduate, he is certified in Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Denial Management, Recovery Coaching M.L.E. and Spirit Recovery. He is also trained in Meditation, as a Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor, and as a Certified Criminal Justice Professional and is working towards his Marriage and Family Therapist license in the addiction field. Morgan is active in Cocaine Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous and volunteers at a local homeless shelter. “My job is great! I get to start the recovery process by sharing the gift of recovery.”

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Intensive outpatient care is where an individual does not stay at the drug and alcohol treatment center, but only attends groups, individual counseling sessions and therapy sessions.  This allows the individual to participate in their normal schedule of work and family, while still getting the tools needed to overcome addiction. Outpatient treatment often provide a […]

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Written on: May 18th, 2009

Alcoholics Anonymous Although it has its critics, Alcoholics Anonymous has become the most successful alcohol recovery support group in existence. The 12-step principles it is founded upon have since become the basis for sister programs, including Cocaine Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Overeaters Anonymous. Alcohol Rehab and Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) offers support groups in […]

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How Meditation helps in Alcohol Rehab

Written on: April 6th, 2009

How Meditation helps in Alcohol Rehab Those who struggle with alcohol abuse or addiction need to learn certain techniques to employ after alcohol rehab in order to remain sober during difficult times. Alcohol rehab is a positive step, but it is only the beginning of a journey. There will always be temptations that can trigger […]

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What is an Alcoholic?

Written on: April 6th, 2009

What is an Alcoholic? While there are countless theories and stereotypes of what an alcoholic is, the simple definition of an alcoholic is one who is physically and psychologically addicted to alcohol in spite of increasingly negative consequences. An alcoholic can be any age, race or gender from any background, culture or socioeconomic status. An […]

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Learning Disabilities and Substance Abuse

Written on: March 19th, 2009

Learning Disabilities and Substance Abuse The first question that needs to be answered is, Is there actually a relationship between learning disabilities and substance abuse?  We can feel pretty confident in saying that there is.  What we don’t know is the precise relationship.  So now we need to tackle a more difficult set of problems […]

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