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Importance of Aftercare in Recovery

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: Many people’s recovery journeys begin at an in-patient treatment center. But, what happens after you leave that controlled environment?
Air Date: 8/7/17
Duration: 26:37
Guest Bio: Marsha Stone, JD, LCDC
Marsha-StoneMarsha Stone is an International speaker, visionary, and respected leader in the field of addiction recovery. Marsha is the Chief Executive Officer of BRC Recovery and is the founder and Chief Executive Officer for Spearhead Lodge, an extended-care treatment facility for young adults.

Marsha holds a Juris Doctorate with the distinction of Academic Excellence from North Carolina Central University, a Bachelor of Arts in English from Elizabeth City State University, and is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in Texas. She regularly speaks at top industry conferences, including UK/European Symposium on Addictive Disorders, Innovations in Recovery, Recovery Results, West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders, and Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience.

In addition to frequent guest appearances on A&E's Intervention, Marsha has appeared on Dr. Phil and The Doctor’s. She humbly integrates her own battle with and triumph over addiction into providing the most effective and quality rehabilitative process possible to those struggling with addictive disorders.
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Importance of Aftercare in Recovery
Many people’s recovery journeys begin at an in-patient treatment center.

But, what happens after you leave that controlled environment?

Marsha Stone is a visionary in the field of addiction recovery. She and host Erica Spiegelman collaborated on the Rewired Workbook, which uses readings and introspective exercises to provide a long-lasting framework for people during the many phases of recovery.

Marsha discusses why providing a continuum of care is the key to recovery programs and how she is integrating aftercare and monitoring strategies into her work as CEO of BRC Recovery.

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