Second Nature Wilderness Therapy co-founder Dr. Brad Reedy, LMFT presenting “Experiential Therapy as a Vehicle for Treating Addiction in Families” Oct 4th at Cirque Lodge
Dr. Reedy presents on the inherent power of wilderness living and the mechanics of sophisticated wilderness therapy to dramatically confront and treat the underlying dynamics of addiction, at Cirque Lodge this Friday.
Sundance, UT (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
Dr. Brad Reedy, LMFT, co-owner and Director of Clinical Services for Second Nature Therapeutic Wilderness Programs (snwp.com), will present at Cirque Lodge’s lunch series on “Experiential Therapy as a Vehicle for Treating Addiction in Families”, Friday, October 4th. This working lunch qualifies for CEUs.
Cirque Lodge (cirquelodge.com) is an adult residential treatment program, with two sites: a 16-bed Lodge facility located in Sundance, Utah, and a 44-bed Studio facility adjacent to Sundance in the mouth of Provo Canyon. Cirque Lodge facilities are JCAHO and licensed by the state of Utah, and provides adult primary and extended care substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment. Combining traditional cognitive therapies with daily experiential sessions in the most magnificent setting available, Cirque Lodge’s educated and experienced staff, which includes a full-time psychiatrist, provides treatment in a caring and compassionate environment. The primary focus is to replace the feelings of addiction: fear, hopelessness and anger, with the coping strategies necessary to find joy and purpose. The program is founded on the principles of the 12-steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, coupled with the finest clinical services, in the most spiritual setting imaginable.
Second Nature (snwp.com) is an outdoor therapeutic program for struggling teens and young adults, with locations in Utah, Georgia, North Carolina, and Oregon. Second Nature is nationally recognized as the leader in wilderness therapy. Founded in 1998, Second Nature’s individualized approach, matched with small groups and experienced staff, provides participants with a safe, engaging and therapeutic environment to develop greater self-awareness and insight into underlying feelings, emotions, and behaviors, thereby beginning a profound process of change.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Beth Wright beth(at)cirquelodge(dot)com or 949-279-2231
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