Month: February 2022

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Getting Past the Past

An event that happened in the past doesn’t have to be huge and dramatic to still affect you. Friends and family may be surprised to find that you are still even thinking about something that happened years ago – but that doesn’t mean you should just discount your feelings. Finding a way to deal with events …

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Four Ways Adventure-Based Experiential Therapy Helps Build Self-Esteem 

A healthy sense of self-esteem is necessary for embracing addiction recovery. Often, individuals who struggle with addiction also struggle with a low sense of self-esteem, which can cause feelings of worthlessness. Led by master’s level therapists, adventure-based experiential therapy can help boost self-esteem so that individuals feel both capable and deserving of a fulfilling life …

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Addiction in Families

Addiction has a tendency to run in families. In this presentation, Wasatch Crest Executive Director, Rich McDonald, CMHC explored the implications of what it means to have a family history of addiction. The presentation covers: Why addiction can run in families (genetic and environmental factors) The implications of a family history of addiction Addressing and …

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