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Recovery Capital Conference Q&A

Recovery Capital Conference Q&A

Recovery Capital Conference Q&A Aurora is one of the sponsors of this year’s Recovery Capital Conference, to be held September 4, 2020. While in years past, the event has taken place at venues around the country, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year it will take the form of a virtual webinar. We wondered how Recovery Capital Conference Q&A

Recovery Capital Conference: A Personal Connection in Recovery

Recovery Capital Conference - a personal connection

Recovery Capital Conference: A Personal Connection in Recovery As we wrote in a previous post, the annual Recovery Capital Conference isn’t just for professionals. You don’t have to be in the treatment and recovery industry to get benefits from attending the Recovery Capital Conference. This personal viewpoint from Tina Lussier shows that education and inspiration Recovery Capital Conference: A Personal Connection in Recovery

Recovery Capital Conference: Not Just For Professionals

Recovery Capital Conference Not Just for professionals

Recovery Capital Conference: Not Just For Professionals Our counsellors will be there. So will up-and-coming psychology students, media, and treatment centre staffers. Aurora will be there too, as sponsors. It is the annual Recovery Capital Conference set for September 4, 2020, from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. Winnipeg time. Yes, COVID-19 or not, it is Recovery Capital Conference: Not Just For Professionals

Aurora Recovery Centre Welcomes New Faces To The Team

Neal Berger, Aurora Recovery Centre

With laser focus on moving forward in reshaping the face of treatment and recovery in central Canada, the 70-bed treatment centre in Gimli, Manitoba has welcomed two new faces to the Aurora team, while saying goodbye to an original member.

Compulsion: Addiction’s Right-Hand Man

Compulsion: Addiction's Right-Hand Man

Anyone suffering from addiction knows that a key component of this struggle is the need to feed the cravings or “scratch the itch.” Compulsion is a factor that drives the behaviour, making it easy to justify just one more fix. In the beginning, the use of an addictive substance isn’t driven by compulsion. But, the Compulsion: Addiction’s Right-Hand Man

Is Addiction Really a Disease?

Is Addiction Really a Disease?

In the same way, addiction can be driven by the environment and a person’s choices, with the undeniable fact that biological factors can contribute to the development of an addiction. Most industry professionals will agree that addiction runs in families, which means that genetics seem to play a role in the development of this disease. Changes Is Addiction Really a Disease?