Cottonwood Tucson Blog

Keep life simple. These words echo throughout the recovery community. Paradoxically, when asked to contribute “simply” to a blog my mind went blank: I can address the theory and current research related to “keep life simple” but I have not...
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As I work with people everyday who are trying so desperately to find a balance between the mind and body, I realize that everything has a cost. The question remains, how much are you willing to pay? What are you...
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I was reading an article writen by Marsha Rosenbaum and Jennifer Kern titled “Whether It’s Drugs, Or Sex, Abstinence Only Education Simply Doesn’t Work“. I believe the article makes some good points about the need for prevention education based on...
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Well maybe not big, but our first cameo anyway… Did anyone else catch the episode of Weeds a couple weeks back where (spoiler alert) Nancy is thinking about rehab and talking it over with a friend? The friend was telling...
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The Cottonwood Tucson Experiential Wellness Program serves patients by offering tools for self-care, enhancing their ability to move through life successfully. Patients learn to rely on their strengths; get their needs met; and use their natural abilities and preferences to...
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Equine Assisted Counseling at Cottonwood de Tucson provides a unique approach to recovery and self-discovery. Patients explore their strengths and challenges with regards to trust, intimacy, boundaries and self-acceptance. Equine Assisted Counselor, Laura Brinckerhoff, and her team of Equine professionals...
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Sam is a 73-year-old retiree living in an upscale, gated community located in the Southwest sunbelt. He has enjoyed a long and successful career as a real estate developer. Sam and his wife raised three happy and successful children, though...
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person writing in journal
My sponsor asked me to write a farewell letter to my addiction. This is what I wrote. Farewell, Dear addiction, you were there for me when I needed you most. When my mother died you were my comfort. When I...
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