Category Archives: Health & Wellness

A Tale of Two Conferences

“It was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity…” So begins Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities,” and in the case of behavioral health conferences, the cities were Orlando for the electrifying National Council and Atlanta for the soulful … Continue reading

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RISE Awards!

Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care hosted the first annual RISE Awards at the Parsons Center for Health and Wellness in Phoenix, Arizona this morning to celebrate Resilience, Innovation, Service and Empowerment in the transformation of the behavioral healthcare system. There was … Continue reading

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Avoid Crisis Not Top Ten… Join #NatCon15

In the last few years, nearly a dozen US states have determined it was time to end the “Not Top Ten.” This decision is leading to an investment of hundreds of millions with a new level of expectation for psychiatric … Continue reading

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Legacy of Recovery: Honoring the Founder

This past week Recovery Innovations, Inc. (RI) announced that its President/CEO, Eugene Johnson, is leaving the Company to pursue other opportunities. Since founding the Company in 1990, Gene and RI have created a vision of recovery recognized around the world … Continue reading

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Everything We Knew About Suicide… Is Wrong

In “How to Train Your Dragon,” the citizens of Berk had observed, measured, categorized and chronicled dragons for decades. They thought they knew most everything there was to know about these violent beasts. But when Hiccup, a small, anything-but-Norse-like-warrior boy comes … Continue reading

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