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A New Year — A New You?

January is Mental Wellness Month, which is an excellent place to start. The World Health Organization defines mental wellness as “a state

Using the PACT Model to Navigate the Pandemic

Since March 2020, we have been navigating an unpredictable, delicate, and always changing landscape due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While this

Trust and Harm Reduction Work: Healing with Relationships

With Zoi Andalcio, LMHC What does it mean to practice with an intentional harm reduction orientation? You might have heard about harm

Breaking the Mold: Challenging Traditional Notions of Readiness in Recovery

When is a client undergoing addiction services or psychiatric care ready to “get back to life?” That’s not only a question clinicians

“What is Going on in my Mind: Trust and Mentalization” With Lauren Pellettieri, LCSW

Mentalizing is the imaginative act of making sense of the actions of oneself and others on the basis of intentional mental states

Parallel Paths: Ellenhorn and Wilderness Programs’ Shared Mission for Self-Efficacy

There are as many wilderness approaches as there are wilderness programs.  What binds them together is not simply their innovations in the

Empathy In Action: How Ellenhorn’s Assessments Transform Care 

Clinical assessments are the gold standard for comprehensive psychiatric assessments.  Unlike many of the assessments provided today that are conducted prior to

“The Holding Environment and What it Means to be Trustworthy” with Ross Ellenhorn

Ellenhorn kicked off our 2024 New Perspectives on Treatment Series with a talk by Ross Ellenhorn. The human experience of being held

2023 New Perspectives on Treatment: “Trust, Care and Hope in Psychotherapy: A Social Context” with Ross Ellenhorn, Ph.D. and Jon G. Allen, Ph.D.

The erosion of social trust directly impacts mental health care, yet creating trust in psychotherapy is useful only to the extent that

2023 New Perspectives on Treatment Series: “Do You Really See Me? How Trauma and Marginalization Influence Social Cognitions and High-Risk Addictive Behavior in the LGBTQ+ Community” with Katherine Clemens, LICSW

A history of marginalization, high-risk addictive behavior and trauma undeniably impact a person’s social cognitions. This talk focuses specifically on the LGBTQ+

The Power of Psychosocial Resources: A Q&A With Dr. Kent Harber

At Ellenhorn, we work with individuals who encounter complex and often extreme events of mind and mood, as well as problematic habits.

The Importance of Purpose in Recovery – An Interview with Dr. Dori Hutchinson, Sc.D.

We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Dori Hutchinson Sc.D. to talk about the importance of purpose when recovering