According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the standard treatments for heroin addiction are focused on pharmacological and behavioral treatments. Medications like Methodone and Naltrexone that were developed to treat opioid use disorders work through the same opioid receptors as the addictive drug, but...

Marijuana legalization initiatives swept the states in recent years, where recreational marijuana is legal in 10 states and medicinal marijuana is legal in 33. Yet, even though increasingly legal, it’s alarming that the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports that 18 percent of those...

With drug addiction being one of the leading causes of death in the US, it’s no surprise that the presence of 12-Step treatment centers is so pervasive nationwide. While the 12 Steps have their benefits, and have helped many people on their recovery path, they’re...

Many of us seek recovery when they experience a tipping point of some sort – a moment of clarity when our perspective shifts enough to make room for reality. That moment of reflection can be life-saving, leading us to reach out for help. But what...

As incredible as life is, it also entails its fair share of suffering. Family pressures, work-related stress, relationship issues, societal expectations and the toxicities we so often encounter in modern society can easily lead to conditions like anxiety, depression and mood instability. And for many,...

Conventional treatment for addiction often takes the form of a 12-Step program, a method originally established by Alcoholics Anonymous in the 1930s based on the belief that we can’t, and will never be able to, control our addictions. A more holistic, integrative approach to addiction...

Our co-director, Kelley Alexander, delivered a moving talk, "You Are Enough," at the Emergence Conference 2018 in Salt Lake City. The conference featured Kelley and other spiritual teachers and leaders in the consciousness movement, including Michael Beckwith, Eben Alexander, Byron Katie and others.You can view...