Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director Rich McDonald, CMHC, and Uinta Sober Living Director Tyson Allred discuss strategies for preparing clients for employment post-treatment. You can watch their discussion below. When I completed treatment, I was in this limbo, caught between my old life and my new life, and I wasn’t sure how to navigate it. Securing […]
Wasatch Crest’s Head Chef, Mirza Miljkovich, prepared corned beef and cabbage for our clients this St. Patrick’s Day. The meal is easy to recreate at home. You can watch Mirza’s video tutorial for his simple corned beef and cabbage meal here. The complete recipe is below. Best o’ luck to you! Ingredients *Makes a St.
If you are dealing with depression, stress, or other mental health issues, the good news is there are many different ways to try to cope with them – you just have to find the way that works for you. Mindfulness therapy, talking with a friend, going for a walk – these are just a few
When you were in school, you may have had a “tribe” that included those you were close to, those you knew you could count on, those you could have deep conversations with, and those you could just have fun with. As we become adults, it can be hard to find a tribe, what with all
Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director Rich McDonald, CMHC, discussed meth addiction, treatment, and recovery. You can watch his full presentation below. About the Author Rich McDonald, MS, CMHC is Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director. Rich has created a clinical culture that empowers clients to rewrite their stories and develop meaningful lives. Rich brings over 25 years of leadership
Wasatch Crest’s Alumni Coordinator Becky Wheelock, CPSS, talks about the importance of creating a relapse prevention plan and gives advice on how to maintain your recovery. You can watch her discussion below. Addiction treatment creates a safe bubble for clients that is necessary for their stabilization and initial healing. When individuals leave treatment, they face