Scapegoat Escape

Scapegoat Escape   Laura Clark Barefoot, Ph.D. Barefoot Chaplain Intervention Services May 11, 2016   In troubled families, abuse and neglect are permitted; it’s the talking about them that is forbidden. -M. Sirota   Within the context of the Holy Bible, specifically Leviticus 16:18, a scapegoat is defined as someone who is unfairly made to…

Do Recovering Addicts Really Grieve the Loss of Active Addiction?

Do recovering addicts really grieve the loss of active addiction? To begin with, let us be clear about the accurate definition of grief. Truly, grief is a topic which the definition is as wide and expansive as the ocean is blue. Unfortunately, there isn’t one single definition which covers grief in its entirety, considering the…

Clinical Interventions

Our clinical interventions services can help get your loved one into treatment and manage the recovery process afterward. Click here to Get Help! Initial consultation There is no charge to call our offices and discuss your situation. We’ll make recommendations on next steps, intervention strategies and treatment options, and tell you about professional services.   To learn…