The Integration of Treatment and Recovery: Special Considerations for Working with Children

Historically, the term “recovery” was commonly associated with substance use/addiction services and was popularized in the United States through Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) (Witkiewitz, K., et al., 2020). Beginning in 1939, AA published materials highlighting recovery as a personal journey toward...

Devereux Florida Student Volunteers Donate Time and Talents to Support Youth in Need

At Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, volunteers play an integral role, donating their time and talents to help the nonprofit change lives and empower those it serves to achieve their full and unique potential. Devereux is one of the nation’s largest organizations providing services,...

Telehealth: An Unexpected Silver Lining During a Pandemic

Cozy up in your home’s coveted armchair, paired with a blanket, headphones and your smart phone. Click on your telehealth link. Begin your remote outpatient therapy session from the comfort of your own home. But wait … are we referring to individuals served, therapists, or perhaps...

Utilizing Trauma-Informed Care to Address Trauma Reactions in Staff: Potential Impacts on Retention

In our current sociocultural climate, we have been hearing the term “trauma” discussed more frequently, not only in healthcare, but in a variety of environments and social circles. This shift signifies a changing of the guard, as there is now a social and professional movement toward...