Ian Acker and Rachel Santizo with Fit To Recover have been taking their fitness program to both male and female inmates three times a week. The program is run boot-camp style and provides inmates with an introduction to the importance of fitness, for both mental health and addiction recovery.
Families of addicts can be traumatically impacted during their loved one’s recovery, so how can a family begin the healing process?
What does an alumni program look like in recovery and why is it important? The program made a big difference for Morgan’s recovery, so we decided to ask her for these answers.
For this episode, we packed up our recording equipment and headed to downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, for a chance to film at the Recovery Day celebration!
Our 20th episode features Kamrin Carver, LMFT, CSAT, and Tom Perry. Having suffered from trauma himself, Tom sought out Kamrin’s professional help and together, they began the journey of healing trauma through EMDR.
What is trauma and how can we take a responsive and informative approach to trauma? Jennifer Netto, LCSW, provides insight on our vodcast. If this podcast episode helps you, please rate us on iTunes.
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.
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.
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.