Ashley Morin, a Certified Addiction Professional and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida, is the Clinical Director at Origins of Hope. Ashley received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Lafayette College and later obtained her Master of Education degree in Mental Health Counseling from Florida Atlantic University. Ashley’s family upbringing and extensive experience in both inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance use treatment settings led to the development of the Origins of Hope program designed to provide women with treatment characterized by warmth, support, and acceptance. Ashley has incorporated her training in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and additional evidenced based practices to help women develop the skills necessary to overcome addiction and establish a solid foundation in recovery. Ashley wrote the “Ask the Addictions Expert” column in the Palm Beach Post.
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Origins of Hope recognizes that women face different challenges in recovery than men. The alcohol and drug rehab provides gender-specific addiction treatment designed to address these important differences and give clients a nurturing and empowering treatment environment. The facility’s holistic approach addresses the physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual, and sociopolitical aspects of addiction, and gives clients the techniques and tools to help them stay sober for life.
Origins of Hope Reviews and Ratings Details
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- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR is a highly specific, research-validated form of therapy that can help people overcome traumatic stress, anxiety and depression. With EMDR, a trained practitioner uses bilateral stimulation, eye movement and touch to stimulate parts of the brain as a patient recounts certain experiences and memories as a way to more thoroughly process uncomfortable, painful feelings.
- Trauma & Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT)
Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT) uses the brain’s innate ability to adapt to change in a healing way, essentially “retraining” the brain to respond differently to familiar memories of trauma or pain.
Ashley Morin, LMHC, CAP - Clinical Director
Gail Morin - CEO
Gail began her executive career with The American Society of Interior Designers. While there, Gail was recognized for work with a Peace Corps initiative furnishing learning centers in South America. Gail always had a passion for woman’s issues and was proud to be the author of the first maternity leave policy for the Association. Continuing her focus on the role of women in our community, she created a marketing plan for the first Multi-Cultural AIDS Education Program for Women in NYC which was funded by the Centers for Disease Control.
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