Let’s get real – eating disorders can affect anyone, anywhere. This National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness), Center for Living is helping change the conversation around food, body image, and eating disorders! But because of stigma and old stereotypes, many people don’t get the support they deserve.

New York Center for Living is excited to partner with Origins Behavioral Healthcare to present, “Addiction and Family Relationships: Coping, Not Concealing”, presented by Connie Motley, M.ED., LPC-S, Executive Clinical Director of Origins Behavioral Healthcare. Learn how to: 1. Understand what it means to describe addiction as a disease and how this is different from […]

The 2017 Annual Holiday Fundraising Party was a great success! More than 200 colleagues, supporters and special guests were in attendance at The Metropolitan Club on December 6. We raised over $100,000, all of which went to our scholarship fund for families who need help covering the cost of treatment. Rosanna Scotto, co-host of “Good […]


A friend told me that once you say something 3 times, people tend to remember it. So please, remember, family, family, family! Not only is it important to successful addiction treatment, but family may very well be the greatest and most powerful factor for helping individuals with addiction to recover. I am not talking about […]

New York Center for Living is excited to partner with Lakeview health to present, Integrative Care in Addiction Treatment: The Only Response to the Epidemic, presented by Phillip Hemphill, PhD, LCSW, Chief Clinical Officer of Lakeview Health. Learn how to: 1.identify individual and organizational readiness for integrative care in addiction treatment; 2.list three (3) processes […]

NYCFL is excited to present this workshop, presented by our Executive Director, John D. Lieberman. John will be sharing: 1. how to understand substance use disorders and their effect in the family system; 2. how to define loneliness in the context of substance use disorders and the family, and its implications, and how clinicians can […]


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