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8 Ways to Wellbeing for Recovering People
Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs) identified in "8 Ways to Wellbeing for Recovering People," are an underutilized, but profoundly effective treatment for optimizing mental health and supporting recovery from most psychiatric issues, such as addiction, anxiety, depression, eating disorders and trauma. In addition, they are an effective intervention for relapse prevention. Based on the exhaustive research of Roger Walsh, M.D., Ph.D. at the University of CA at Irvine, these TLCs described and amplified in this workshop, can serve as core curriculum for inpatient or outpatient programs, as well as individual use. Why "lifestyle changes?" Because research shows that TLCs, such as changing ones diet, getting regular exercise, relaxation, healthy recreation, time outdoors in nature, fostering supportive relationships, spiritual practice and service to others can be enormously beneficial for optimizing mental and physical health and wellbeing.TLCs are not the whole answer. Nothing is. They are a proven modality in addiction treatment.

Feb 12, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sonnee Weedn, PhD, CSAT
Sonnee D. Weedn, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and has been in practice since 1980. She holds a certificate from the American Psychological Association as an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of alcoholism and other chemical dependencies, and is a certified sex addiction therapist. Dr. Weedn is in private practice and is the clinical consultant to Casa Capri Recovery for Women.In addition to her clinical practice, her core curriculum, "8 Ways to Wellbeing for Recovering People," serves as the underlying theoretical underpinning of their treatment protocol. Dr. Weedn is the chairman of the DSR-30 (Deep Space Research 2030) Consortium, in conjunction with Fordham University, designing behavioral health protocols for the astronauts going to Mars in or about 2030. "8 Ways to Wellbeing for Recovering People," was created from the exhaustive research of Roger Walsh, M.D., Ph.D. at UC Irvine, and has his full support.