Northbound and Equine Therapy

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated March 4, 2016

When I was in graduate school we were taken to a pasture to experience EGALA equine therapy. At the time, I thought it was interesting but I also thought it was less about real therapy and more about the healing power of animals. Flash forward four years. I was attending Onsite (one of the benefits Read More

Afghanistan and The Drug War

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated October 24, 2014

Within the past decade, The United States has invested $10 billion in Afghanistan – but for something other than what you might be thinking. The $10 billion has gone towards putting an end to the growing opium problem throughout the war-torn, Al-Qaeda infested country. In 2013, nearly 520 acres of land in Afghanistan were specifically Read More

Suboxone or Subutex, Suboxone Addiction and Rehab

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated May 23, 2014

Suboxone or Subutex? Those who take care to follow explicit medical advice tend to have better treatment outcomes. This is certainly true when it comes to taking medications for the treatment of an opiate addiction. It is also important to understand the effects of the various medications and how they can help you or a Read More

What is Drug Rehab Like?

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated May 23, 2014

My First Day in Rehab I had a lot of questions about rehab. I wondered, “what is drug rehab like,” and if I was making the right decision. I tried to imagine what the other people there were like. I thought about how they might react to me and what I should say. When I Read More

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