Nate Tate (Individual Practitioner) - Language of Recovery & Recovery to Practice
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin where he received BA/BS in History and Sociology in 2003, he moved to North Carolina to teach high school. Nate attended graduate school at UNC receiving his Masters in History. In 2010 he moved to Greenville, SC to start a family.
Nathan’s evolving relationship with Mental Illness, Substance Use and subsequent Resilience, Wellness, and Recovery is characterized by his own personal transformative Recovery process beginning early 2006 at the age of 28. Due to personal and professional opportunities in 2012 Nathan returned to graduate school. This time at the University of SC to study Social Work and Addictive Disorders. Nate received Graduate Degrees in Addiction Studies in 2014 and became a Master of Social Work in 2015.
Nathan is currently working with the Office for Recovery Services at DAODAS using practice informed, evidenced-based, and solution-focused methods to bring Recovery Services to scale throughout South Carolina’s Recovery Orientated Systems of Care. Discovering common goals; improving mental emotional, physical, and spiritual wellness & health; Nathan seeks opportunities to help individuals, families, and communities achieve and explore their own journey towards purpose-inspired, meaningful, and rewarding living.