Brighton Recovery is known for its quality addiction and mental health treatment centers in Utah, but now, the same quality help is available from the comfort and privacy of your own home. Through secure telehealth technology, you or a loved one can participate in affordable, individualized, group and/or one-on-one therapy from the best in the field.
Did you miss our incredible interview with former NFL safety Erik Coleman? If so, here is a short best of video to catch you up.
Brighton Recovery Center is now in-network with Beacon Health Options & Humana! Being in-network with Beacon and Humana is a huge step forward, but it’s just the first of many steps to come.
Early in the process it can be frustrating to figure out what a boundary is, how to create boundaries that will be effective, and most importantly, how to reinforce our boundaries when they are threatened or violated.
In Part 2 of Episode 18 we pick up where we left off in Part 1, with Ken Seeley and Michael Gonzales. Topics in this episode include trauma, depression, food addiction, the success rate of rehabs, and improving accountability.
Her name was Julie, and at first I didn’t see the value or appreciate having to talk to her, but she completely changed my life. My life would look very different today, had I not been given the opportunity to work with those people.
Here is a quick preview of our next episode, Part Two with Ken Seeley and Michael Gonzales. If you haven’t seen part one, check it out at RecoverySoapbox.com
Ken Seeley and Michael Gonzales from the A&E show Intervention share their expertise on a range of topics. Watch from our studio cameras or tune into the podcast as we discuss Ken and Michael’s stories, as well as suicide, incarceration, the war on drugs, ethics of the industry, meditation, and so much more.
In this short video from Recovery Day, Joe tells how the death of his father motivates him to stay sober and Rebecca talks about her cycle of prison and addiction along with the lose of her fiance to drugs.
This time on Recovery Soapbox we talk to former NFL safety, Erik Coleman. Erik tells some great NFL stories, along with how addiction affected his childhood and how it affects his friends in the NFL now. Erik played in the NFL for 9 years and is now an advocate for NFL alumni in recovery.