Authors

Authors

Veronica Valli is an addiction therapist, life coach and the author of Why You Drink and How to Stop.1 Article


Misti Barnes is the author of If You Leave Me, Can I Come With You?, and Forgive Us Our Debts, Please! She is also a writer, filmmaker, and recovering codependent who writes humorous content about life in recovery.1 Article


Kristen Johnston is an Emmy Award-winning actress and best-selling author of Guts: The Endless Follies and Tiny Triumphs of a Giant Disaster who created the charity SLAM to help New York City build a recovery high school.1 Article


Kimberly Hayes enjoys writing about health and wellness and created PublicHealthAlert.info to help keep the public informed about the latest developments in popular health issues and concerns. In addition to studying to become a crisis intervention counselor, Kimberly is hard at work on her new book, which discusses the ins and outs of alternative addiction treatments.1 Article


Helaina Hovitz is a journalist, editor, co-founder of Headlines for the Hopeful, and author of the memoir After 9/11: One Girl's Journey Through Darkness to a New Beginning. She has written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Forbes, Teen Vogue, Salon, Huffington Post, Newsday, Newsweek, Bustle and many more. She is currently the Director of Content and Community Engagement at GozAround.1 Article


Sacha Z. Scoblic is a writer and editor for The New Republic. She's contributed to The New York Times and The Huffington Post, among others, and is the author of Unwasted: My Lush Sobriety.1 Article



Annie Megan is currently working as a Health & Psychology tutor at Assignment Guarantee UK and Blog Contributor at Essay Writing Services. She loves to motivate people who are addicted to bring them back to life.1 Article


Jeffrey Rosenspan owns and operates Warrior’s Path Houses, the largest Sober House network on the South Shore. He is located in Attleboro, Massachusetts. Warrior’s Path Houses are MASH Certified and Parole-Approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.1 Article


Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, J.D., Ph.D. is based in New York City where he works as a clinical consultant to the Caron Treatment Centers and maintains a private practice specializing in the treatment of individuals and their families. A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, he is a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and was selected to serve as a Collaborating Investigator for the DSM-5 Field Trials.1 Article


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