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MEDICAL MONDAY: Evaluating your relationship with alcohol

Do you have a healthy relationship with alcohol? Dr. Sarah Church is a Clinical Psychologist with Whole View Wellness, using her skills to help people live bett

MILLIONS OF AMERICANS STRUGGLING WITH ALCOHOL ADDICTION

HOUSTON (KIAH) – Did you know April is Alcohol Awareness Month. The goal behind Alcohol Awareness Month is to spotlight the difference between casual drinking and Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD).

ARE YOU UP FOR THE DRY JANUARY CHALLENGE?

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — The annual Dry January Challenge dares us to abstain from alcohol for the entire first month of the year.

WHERE TO GO FOR DRY JANUARY

(PUEBLO, Colo.) — All across the country, people take part in a health challenge known as Dry January, choosing a unique path to welcome in the new year and reset their bodies.

HOW TO HAVE A SUCCESSFUL ‘DRY JANUARY’

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI) – After a holiday season filled with parties and alcohol for some, many Americans are wanting to cleanse their body and participate in Dry January – A campaign to avoid alcohol consumption for the entire month.

AS DRY JANUARY ENDS, WHAT'S NEXT? WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT DRINKING AGAIN—OR QUITTING ALCOHOL FOR GOOD

January is coming to an end, which marks a milestone for those taking part in the Dry January alcohol-free challenge. But it also presents a question about what comes next for those who ditched drinking for the month.

WHAT TO DO AFTER DRY JANUARY

Dr. Sarah Church, Executive Director of Wholeview Wellness, joined Newsline with Brigitte Quinn to talk about the end of Dry January and what’s next.

DR SARAH CHURCH OF WHOLEVIEW WELLNESS ON HOW TO BEGIN, NAVIGATE, & SUSTAIN SOBRIETY

An Interview With Wanda Malhotra

LEARNING HOW TO QUIT DRINKING WAS THE BIGGEST GIFT I’VE EVER GIVEN MYSELF

The below guide on how to quit drinking is part of Glamour’s 2024 Smart Goals series, which explores reasonable, quantifiable, and—crucially—sane ways to embark on self improvement objectives you’d like to complete this year. We all know traditional New Year’s resolutions are nonsense and are mostly designed to make us feel terrible about ourselves and, as a result, spend money on things we think we need to live a more fulfilling life. Here, writer Micaela English shares of her personal sobriety journey and enlists the advice of experts for anyone looking to quit drinking in 2024, for whatever reason.

4 SOBER CHICKS SEASON 2 EPISODE 26 DR CHURCH

Meet the FABULOUS, Dr. Sarah Church! Dr. Church is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in the addiction treatment field. In 2018 she founded Wholeview Wellness an innovative outpatient addiction treatment center in midtown Manhattan, after serving for 16 years as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and for 12 years as the Executive Director of the Division of Substance Abuse at Montefiore Medical Center.

7 SIMPLE TIPS FROM HEALTH EXPERTS FOR DRINKING MINDFULLY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

For those trying to cut back on drinking alcohol, attending holiday gatherings may be challenging.

EXPERTS WARN OF DANGERS OF ‘BLACKOUT WEDNESDAY’

(WBNG) – Thanksgiving Eve, also known as “Blackout Wednesday,” because this night is known for being one of the biggest drinking days of the year.

EXPLORING THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF SOBER OCTOBER: A GROWING TREND AFTER SUMMER INDULGENCE

Fox 56’s Taylor Whartnaby interviews Wholeview’s Dr. Sarah Church about Sober October.

HEALTH ALERT: SOBER OCTOBER IS THE GOAL

EPISODE 14: DR. SARAH CHURCH – HOW TO RE-EVALUATE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH ALCOHOL

In this episode of Solace in the City, Zoe Scurletis interviews Wholeview’s Dr. Sarah Church about how you can re-evaluate your relationship with alcohol.

COCAINE USE DISORDER PATIENTS DEVELOP DISTINCT PATTERNS OF REGULATION OF ACTH SECRETION BY A VASOPRESSIN AGONIST AND OXYTOCIN: REPORT ON A LABORATORY STUDY

Dr. Church worked with her colleague Dr. Wilfrid Raby to explore connections between cocaine use and stress responses. Here are the highlights:

INTRODUCING WHOLEVIEW DIRECT: DELIVERING ADDICTION TREATMENT DIRECTLY INTO THE HOMES OF NEW YORKERS

Wholeview Direct, a new, fully virtual, outpatient addiction treatment program has begun to provide treatment throughout the State of New York.

IF YOU’RE DRINKING MORE ALCOHOL, HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and since habits are increasingly fueled amid a two-year pandemic, now may be a good time to rethink your alcohol consumption for concerns of health and well-being.

ALCOHOL RELATED DEATHS RISE DURING PANDEMIC

The number of U.S. deaths from alcohol jumped significantly from 2019 to 2020 – up more than 25% in the first year of the pandemic. Nearly 18% of New Yorkers reported excessive drinking.

STATE OF THE ART CARE - WHOLEVIEW WELLNESS

Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey in health and wellness but unsure what to expect? Then read up on this interview with Sarah Church, founder of Wholeview Wellness.

ALCOHOL LINKED TO NEARLY 750,000 CANCER CASES IN 2020, NEW RESEARCH SHOWS

Nearly 750,000 new cancer cases were linked to alcohol in 2020, according to new research. Nancy Chen has more on the findings.

AMERICANS ARE DRINKING MORE DURING THE PANDEMIC. HERE'S HOW TO CUT BACK

“But in the era of the pandemic, there are new challenges. People drink out of isolation, uncertainty, maybe even boredom, not necessarily out of social pressure. And some people may be wondering as they stay home most nights, am I drinking too much?” – Allison Aubrey

LGBTQ+-FRIENDLY EMOTIONAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Turn to these organizations for support if you identify as queer. They are here to help.

BEHIND THE REVIEW CREATING A COMMUNITY

Business owners have enormous responsibilities and often have to navigate challenging situations. But when it comes to addiction and mental health counseling, the responsibilities go far beyond running a successful business. Dr. Church founded Wholeview Wellness because she felt there was a need not being met in the therapeutic community. Our Yelp reviewer Glori M. was kind enough to share her story and through herself & Dr. Church, we explore many learnings for businesses in any industry.

SHIFTING THE NARRATIVE: ENTREPRENEURS AND MENTAL HEALTH

For many entrepreneurs and business owners, it might seem impossible to balance the demands and needs of the business with the demands and needs of your own mental health and personal wellbeing.

CREATING A COMMUNITY WITH RELATABILITY AND RELIABILITY

When it comes to addiction and mental health counseling, the responsibilities go far beyond running a successful business.

HOW A POPULAR OPIOID ADDICTION MEDICATION HELPED CONTRIBUTE TO JOSH GIBSON’S LONG-TERM RECOVERY PLAN

Kelsey Allen wrote this article to share Josh Gibson’s inspirational story describing how Vivitrol helped him find recovery and Dr. Sarah Church provided some insight into how this medication works.

ELEVATE360 ANNOUNCES NAME CHANGE TO WHOLEVIEW WELLNESS® TO REFLECT BROADER HEALTHCARE COMMITMENT

Elevate360, an innovative addiction treatment center in Midtown Manhattan, announces today that it is changing its name to Wholeview Wellness®.

NEW CENTER IN NEW YORK EMPHASIZES FLEXIBILITY IN HOURS, SERVICES

A new outpatient behavioral health practice in the heart of midtown Manhattan is so far attracting a diverse patient base because it is designed to meet the lifestyle needs of busy individuals who struggle with conventional program scheduling.

COMPA ANNOUNCES NEW STATE-OF-ART ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTER IN MIDTOWN MANHATTAN

The Coalition of Medication-Assisted Treatment Providers and Advocates of New York State (COMPA) today announced the launch of a new member, Wholeview Wellness®, an outpatient addiction treatment center in Midtown Manhattan.
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