Physicians and Licensed Prescribers

Biobehavioral Medicine Company, LLC (BBMC) is the Medical Practice that oversees and directs all of the treatments available at Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. (ARR). The leadership of BBMC is fully committed to the integration of Addiction Medicine and Addiction Medicine treatments into the mainstream of healthcare. We are in a medical setting and involved with the local medical community. Our treatment models include the idea of learning to recover in the place that you live, and we believe, and have seen, that such treatment is more likely to generalize. So that, in addition to the treatments available through ARR, we physicians and prescribers of BBMC provide Addiction Medicine consultation in a med/surg setting and we staff detoxification services at a free-standing hospital. We also provide longitudinal care for patients with addiction, either because of a need for maintenance medication prescription or to manage other medications or simply to manage the recovery of patients who have worked with our treatment modalities. We also have the option to follow patients in a motivational interviewing strategy in an effort to engage them in treatment and recovery. All of our treatments are medically directed, abstinence based, 12-Step oriented, trauma integrated and facilitate change at depth. We are teachers and involved in medical, nursing and therapist education.

It is our idea that the Physicians of BBMC should have access to all of the tools necessary to practice Addiction Medicine. The spectrum of services currently available is wide, and the prerogatives of the physician are respected. We are also committed to expanding our spectrum of services as and when we attract physicians who have an interest in developing special treatments or treatments for special populations. Potential examples into the future include comprehensive treatment for chronic pain, treatment for women with dependent children, gender specific programming, etc. We will support the development of such services as physician leadership becomes available.

Should you have an interest in some part or all of the comprehensive practice of Addiction Medicine, and being involved with providers of a wide spectrum of effective services, please provide your CV, including contact information, to careers@arrno.com. We will contact you and make possible a hands-on experience of our practice and what we do, to help you evaluate the idea of working with us.

ARRNO Lecture Series Schedule

July-December 2017

DATE

Presenter

LECTURE

July 6, 2017

Steve Kessler, LPC, LAC

Signs of an Emotionally Healthy Individual

July 13, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Drugs Of Addiction

July 20, 2017

Laura Gray, LPC

Addiction in the Family

July 27, 2017

Donna Dollen

12 Steps

August 3, 2017

Cynthia Cashman, NCC, LPC-S, LAC

Trauma

August 10, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Disease of Addiction

August 17, 2017

Steve Kessler, LPC, LAC

Signs of an Emotionally Healthy Individual

August 24, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Drugs Of Addiction

August 31, 2017

Madeline Levy, LMSW

Gratitude

September 7, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

Non Substance Addiction Including Sex

September 14, 2017

Meg Murphy

Affirmations for Recovery

September 21, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Disease of Addiction

September 28, 2017

Benjamin Ng, M.S., NCC, PLPC

Fear and How it Relates to Addiction

October 5, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Drugs of Addiction

October 12, 2017

Ashley Partridge, LMSW, LAC

Safe Relationships in Recovery

October 19, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

Non Substance Addiction Including Sex

October 26, 2017

Tiffany Becker, MSW, LMSW

Mindfulness and Addiction

November 2, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Disease of Addiction

November 9, 2017

Richard Eberle, LPC

Spirituality in Recovery

November 16, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Drugs of Addiction

November 23, 2017

Hamilton Cerrone, PLPC

Using the ABC Model for Stinkin’ Thinkin’

November 30, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

Non Substance Addiction Including Sex

December 7, 2017

Joshua Sewell, PLPC

Stigma of Addiction

December 14, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Disease of Addiction

December 21, 2017

Alysa Gaulden, LMSW

The History of the Opiate Epidemic

December 28, 2017

A. Kenison Roy, M.D.

The Drugs Of Addiction