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Recent Research Supports the Multi Modal Recovery Process (MMRP)

The best recent news is that a much higher percentage of people with a substance use disorder get better than had been previously thought. People get better. It just doesn’t happen the way we thought.

This interesting graph from research performed by the Addiction Research Foundation shows that in at least one sample, of the group that considers themselves to be in recovery only half say they are following treatment recommendations. Specifically, they are not going to support group meetings as directed.

We have learned how to facilitate a more natural process of recovery that is based in research about the many ways that people do recovery from Substance Use Disorders. Some people clearly do recovery using support groups. Others recovery in a variety of ways. We are working to accurately assess for those differences and support the best method for each individual.

Pam Moore

Author Pam Moore

Pam received her Master’s of Social Work from the University of Alabama in 1993. She has worked both as a manager and a principal therapist at The Moore Institute. Her major interests are in addiction disorders, co-dependency, trauma and mood disorders. Pam works with individuals couples and families. She is an intuitive, interactive solution focused therapist. She integrates complimentary methodologies and techniques so she can offer a highly personalized approach to each of her clients with compassion and understanding. She works with clients to help them build of their strengths. Pam developed The Method which is featured in her book Show Me The Way while working through her own personal struggles. She received so much help from The Method she offered it to her clients with great success. Pam also authored a book titled Unhook and live Free and a mediative journal titled Inward to the Kingdom, a Six Week Journey. She is Vice President of the Addiction Research Foundation, as well as the President of The Moore Institute.

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