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Logan Chamberlin | Staff Hightlight | Turning Point of Tampa

Staff Spotlight: Logan Chamberlin

  1. What is your name & job title?

Logan Chamberlin, LMHC, CRRA, Clinical Director

  1. How long have you worked at Turning Point of Tampa?

I have worked at Turning Point for 12 years. I am an alumni myself from Turning Point of Tampa, completing residential and IOP treatment 14 years ago. I was hired as a house manager on my two-year sober anniversary and the rest is history!

  1. Please share at least a paragraph about your own personal recovery journey.

I believe I have had the “ism” long before I picked up drugs and alcohol. But from my first exposure to substances I was hooked, and made a decision to stay loaded as much and as often as possible. Through my teenage years I was highly successful at this goal but as a result burned down anything and anyone good in my life. I entered treatment at 19 years old at Turning Point of Tampa. I was scared, on the verge of being hopeless and still not totally convinced that I had the disease of addiction despite a mountain of evidence that said otherwise. In short, a little bit of open mindedness and willingness was all I needed to make a start at recovery. I remember making an agreement with myself that I would do this right and thoroughly for a year and IF my life wasn’t dramatically improved, I could always go back to using and drinking. This approach has not failed me to this day. Everything good I have in my life is a result of being sober. Being sober is a direct result of the program, people in the program and others caring for me when I could not care for myself.

  1. What is your favorite part of working at Turning Point of Tampa?

My favorite part of working at Turning Point has always been the ability to introduce someone to a solution and design for living that can radically change their lives and others. When I see an alumni pick up a medallion at a meeting and tell me about the promises coming true in their life – there is nothing more rewarding than playing a small role in this. In short, I love that I can give back what was freely given to me.

  1. If you could share one thing with people and their families who are struggling with addiction or/mental health issues, what would that be?

There is a solution. You may not see it now but all the trials and tribulations you are currently going through can be the catalyst to a life of purpose and an ability to connect with and help others in a way that you could not imagine today. I share this as the same sentiment was told to me and has come true tenfold.


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