Oklahoma City, Okla — Studies show alcohol sales are skyrocketing during the coronavirus pandemic while more Oklahomans are working from home. Reports show they're drinking to pass the time and relieve stress, but experts say drinking might have the opposite effect.
A 20-year veteran in the field of recovery, Walsh has previously served as CEO of Duke Behavioral Health, a consulting, intervention and coaching firm. He will continue to assist Duke while working with Landmark in his new role.
Landmark Recovery announced today the hiring of Michael Walsh as the new Director of Clinical Outreach. Walsh has over 20 years of experience in the recovery field, and is joining Landmark to bolster their national brand and nurture relationships. With Walsh on board, Landmark plans to provide education and collaboration with national organizations to expand avenues and opportunities for people to get into long-term sustainable recovery.
Some of the symptoms associated with anxiety and COVID-19 can overlap. Because of that, it can be hard to determine what you’re experiencing in the moment when you’re spiraling. Here’s what you need to know.
Humans crave social interaction but a coronavirus quarantine isn’t exactly the best way to cater to that—or is it? Experts note that during this time of social distancing and staying in, you don’t have to let your relationships fizzle.
With nearly everything closed ― schools, public buildings, bars, restaurants, and beyond ― the country is being told to limit outings to essential errands only. But do doctors’ appointments count as essential?
“So we went out and bought a bunch of iPads,” said Patrick Kullman, the executive director at Landmark Recovery. “So our residents have the ability to Facetime, Skype, or use any type of video chat platform that’s out there to talk with their loved ones."