Category: Dr.Chad Cox

Underestimation

In working with residents at the AToN center I am often struck by how easy it is for a person to underestimate the strength of their addiction.  Many people can spend years in a cycle of dependence on their substances …

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Gratitude in Recovery

Gratitude in Recovery

In working with residents at the AToN Center I often see how developing an attitude of gratitude can be a very powerful asset in recovery.  I think of gratitude from the perspective of being a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist.  I look …

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Creativity in Sobriety

An initial challenge that many face in getting sober is the vacuum of time and energy which presents itself when no longer occupied by an addiction.  While in the thralls of using and abusing substances this can become the primary …

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The Big Change

Often in my work with clients at the AToN center it starts to dawn upon them that sobriety is more than just “not drinking or using.”  Initially, many people believe that they will be able to live the exact same …

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Boredom and Addiction

When working with residents at AToN Center they often describe boredom as a very difficult challenge for them when they are just getting into sobriety. The kind of boredom experienced in early recovery is not the same as having little …

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Positive Visions for the Future

In working as a Psychologist with the residents at the AToN Center I often see states of despair or hopelessness when residents are considering their futures. Some enter into treatment feeling defeated and beaten down by their addictions and struggle …

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