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Beating the Winter Blues

With the cold temperatures, less daylight, and more time spent inside, it is no wonder that the winter can be a difficult time for many people. In fact, this issue is so widespread that it is a recognized psychological problem, known as seasonal affective disorder. This disorder is characterized by feelings of depression, fatigue, isolation, …

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The Provo Daily Herald: Equine Therapy at Wasatch Crest

The Provo Daily Herald covered Wasatch Crest’s new equine therapy program. Find an excerpt from the article below. “Rich McDonald, clinical director for Wasatch Crest Treatment Center, believes horses are intuitive creatures and that they understand just what many of his clients need. Wasatch Crest, located in Heber City, works mostly with people experiencing addictions …

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You Don’t Have to Hit “Rock Bottom” to Want to Recover

We often hear people talk about addiction of any kind as having to burn itself out by the addict reaching “rock bottom.” While that can be true – some people do need to arrive at a place where it is no longer sustainable for them to continue on the path they are on – it …

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The Role of Gratitude in Recovery

When a person has been through addiction, hit rock bottom, found the strength to seek help, and has overcome the addiction and can start to rebuild their life, they often feel a great deal of gratitude. That feeling of gratitude can be very healing, and while it’s important that the recovering addict recognize the people …

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