Category Archives: Hope

  • Is your faith important in recovery?
    Monday, March 18th, 2019

    Is your faith important in recovery?

    Is your faith important in your recovery?  A question we hear occasionally at Centered Recovery is this: “Will the Centered Recovery program go against my religion or make me...
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  • Finding mindfulness based recovery
    Sunday, March 17th, 2019

    Finding mindfulness based recovery

    Centered Recovery came to the metro Atlanta area two years ago with a dream: to bring mindfulness based outpatient recovery to an area that so desperately needed it. But...
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  • A is for…
    Saturday, March 16th, 2019

    A is for…

    🅰️ IS FOR… You might not know this, but “A” is for Aria… How do I know? Because every time my three-year old daughter sees the letter “A”, it...
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  • Centered Recovery welcomes Holly Couch
    Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

    Centered Recovery welcomes Holly Couch

    Centered Recovery welcomes Holly Couch to our Marietta location! Holly will offer an exclusive women’s support group, Leading Women, for women whose spouse’s or significant others are in recovery...
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  • Outside-in Misunderstanding
    Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

    Outside-in Misunderstanding

    Have you ever felt like someone made you extremely angry? Who hasn’t! When someone does something we don’t like, something that seems designed to bug us or piss us...
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  • Introducing Guest Speaker Jill Whalen
    Monday, April 16th, 2018

    Introducing Guest Speaker Jill Whalen

    Mindfulness Based Educational Program Centered Recovery takes its educational curriculum very seriously. Our clients come to us because our  program is very different from other recovery centers–we pride ourselves...
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  • Mindful Moments: Slow Down and Savor
    Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

    Mindful Moments: Slow Down and Savor

    Centered Recovery began a new series called “Mindful Moments”, designed to help you see the importance of being mindful as a way of life, rather than a “practice you...
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