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What is Neurodiversity?
March 12.2024

What is Neurodiversity?

While there are disadvantages that come with neurological differences, there are also unique strengths, talents, and viewpoints that neurodiverse individuals bring to the world around them.

What Are Glimmers?
February 22.2024

What Are Glimmers?

Triggers are a common term discussed in recovery. Whether you’re recovering from addiction, mental illness, or the effects of trauma, a key aspect of recovery is understanding, recognizing, and avoiding triggers. But have you ever heard of glimmers?

The Shame Game: Why Won’t Mental Health’s Stigma Go Away?
January 25.2024

The Shame Game: Why Won’t Mental Health’s Stigma Go Away?

We’ve made great strides in understanding mental health and how we can help ourselves or those we love. However despite much positive change and huge leaps in scientific understanding, mental health is still bound up in stigma. As we explore shame’s relationship to this, let’s also learn how to reduce the stigma of mental health.

A Conversation with Spero Executive Director Dr. Holly Doolin
December 18.2023

A Conversation with Spero Executive Director Dr. Holly Doolin

Hear from Dr. Holly Doolin, Executive Director of Spero Center at The Meadows, on what you can expect from Spero Center at The Meadows, The Meadows Model, and more.

What is Mental Health Stabilization?
November 29.2023

What is Mental Health Stabilization?

If you are struggling to find balance or are experiencing a mental health crisis and need addiction treatment, you have some great options for healing, such as starting your recovery journey with mental health stabilization.

Understanding Personality Disorders
October 12.2023

Understanding Personality Disorders

Personality disorders most often begin in adolescence and continue through adulthood. Although personality disorders affect both men and women, some genders are more prone to specific types.

The DSM-5 has identified 10 types of personality disorders that are grouped into three categories.

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