Wasatch Crest incorporates art and music into our addiction treatment therapy. In this presentation, Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director, Rich McDonald, CMHC covers:
-What music and art therapy is
-Why music and art should be incorporated into treatment and recovery.
-How to lead music and art therapy sessions.
-Successful case studies of clients who’ve experienced music and art therapy.
Watch it here.
About the Author
Rich McDonald, MS, CMHC — Clinical Director
As the leader of Wasatch Crest’s clinical program, Rich has created a clinical culture that empowers clients to rewrite their stories and develop meaningful lives. Rich brings over 25 years of leadership experience and ten years working in the recovery community.
Leading with respect, accountability, and acceptance, Rich embodies Wasatch Crest’s human-centric treatment approach. He’s passionate about incorporating nature into recovery and is dedicated to helping clients build lives worth staying sober for.
Rich is an avid trail runner, and has successfully competed in many marathons, ultra marathons, and 100-mile trail races.