Models of Addiction Treatment

  • By Teresa Pitt Green
  • January 20, 2021

Why would survivors and their families care about the different ways addiction is viewed and treated? Most importantly: Many survivors have relied on alcohol or drugs to cope with pain. Understanding views – and biases – helps identify your best options when you are ready to choose a path...

By Tyler VanderWeele Tyler VanderWeele is the Director of the Human Flourishing Program, which was founded in 2016 at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science. The Human Flourishing Program aims to study and promote human flourishing and to develop systematic approaches to the synthesis of knowledge across disciplines. This research...

Abstract Submission Deadline: January 31, 2021 The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, The Harvard Divinity School, and The Catholic Project at The Catholic University of America present the Inaugural, International, Interdisciplinary Symposium entitled Faith and Flourishing in the Face of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Strategies for...

Hope in Human Trafficking

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Trafficking people for free or cheap labor or for commercial sex is something which troubles all survivors of abuse and trauma. While our experiences remain distinct, the long road to recovery is similar and similarly difficult for everyone. This brief description of advances...

Winter equinox challenges everyone one’s mood and mental health. One of the best protocols is free, and rises every day, sets every night.  Sunshine offers many benefits for physical, mental, emotional, and psychological health. The positive impact is well documented. As more research is conducted, more benefits become clear....

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