Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Statistics

Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Statistics

A recent report published by TechReport.com reveals a multitude of eye-opening statistics about drug addiction. Below, we examine 10 of these alarming statistics and provide links to resources that can help families learn how to navigate addiction and mental health...
On The Road

On The Road

Recently I had the privilege of traveling up to Los Angeles, Santa Monica, to catch up with many colleagues and visit several behavioral health facilities. I was impressed with the depth and variety of great behavioral health care options that I was able to visit...
What’s Your Why?

What’s Your Why?

From Aspen, Colorado So here I am happily sitting in a plane headed back to San Diego. My brain is slightly jolted and today were like the proverbial ground hog day as I was supposed to leave Aspen and the Winter Leadership Summit yesterday only to be snowed in and...
Texas (Houston) – Always Flying Ahead Of The Pack

Texas (Houston) – Always Flying Ahead Of The Pack

Had a great conversation with Dr. J. Flowers on Understanding the Human Condition Ep. 77, click here to listen now! Those if you who know me know I have had a long history in Texas. My first experiences with being able to visit Texas was with The Association of...
It’s a Small World After All

It’s a Small World After All

Over the last two weeks, I have had a mind expanding time of it! First, off to New York, followed by London, and then on to Zurich. It’s a small world we live in. Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived In New York, I visited the sites,...
A Joyful Weekend Adventure In LA

A Joyful Weekend Adventure In LA

From the Tennessee Werewolves, Soul Cycle, Mel’s Diner, The Sunset Marquis to visiting The Villa at Seasons and celebrating Miriam’s House my days in LA were filled with joy. Everyone knows when I grow old, I will live in the Sunset Marquis as it holds a...
DE-ESCALATION ANYONE????

DE-ESCALATION ANYONE????

Dear ones, It is hard not to ruminate about the tense situations we have found ourselves in the last 90 days. Tempers have flared, emotions risen, and our country has cried out in pain first from a pandemic which has left many isolated, alone, jobless, ill and living...
What’s Not Been Cancelled During The Coronavirus Lock Down

What’s Not Been Cancelled During The Coronavirus Lock Down

Dear Ones, Last week I posted on FaceBook — What’s Not Been Cancelled. The Response was overwhelming and folks added their own spin. I invite you to add to this as well. What’s not Been Cancelled: Hope has not been cancelled Love has not been cancelled Laughter...