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July 2017 CEU: Treating Sex/Drug Linked Behavioral Patterns Using the Six Principles of Sexual Health 

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Treating Sex/Drug Linked Behavioral Patterns Using the Six Principles of Sexual Health 12:00-1:30pm on Thursday, July 27, 2017Presented by Dr. Mathis Kennington, PhD, LMFT-S & Jami Lynn Bula, LMFT AssociateHosted by Sage Recovery & Wellness Center Free | Lunch Provided | Lunch Served 12-12:30Without a competent and health-focused approach to evaluating the impact of sexual behavior on drug and alcohol addiction,…

NEW Expressive Therapy Group for Teens!

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Sage Recovery & Wellness Center is excited to announce the start of a Summer Expressive Therapy Group for teens!This group offers an educational and experiential approach as well as an opportunity for individuals to share their experience in a collaborative environment utilizing the following therapeutic modalities:Art Therapy Techniques - promote expression of feelings and development…

We Are Hiring a Business Development Professional!

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Sage Recovery & Wellness Center is a fast growing outpatient mental health center for adults and adolescents struggling with mental health, alcohol and/or substance abuse; offering individual counseling, couples & family counseling, yoga, acupuncture detoxification, group therapy and intensive outpatient group therapy programs. Sage is located in Austin, TX approximately one mile west of the…

Self-Care: Mindfully Reclaiming Your Time

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What is self-care? Self-care involves valuing your emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual well-being. It means taking an active role in bettering your life through activities that make you happy. Any healthy activity that when done results in you feeling better, can be defined as self-care.Why do we need self-care?Take hold of your mental health: Self-care helps…

We Are Hiring a Substitute Yoga Instructor!

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Sage Recovery & Wellness Center is a fast growing outpatient mental health center for adults and adolescents struggling with mental health, alcohol and/or substance abuse; offering individual counseling, couples & family counseling, yoga, acupuncture detoxification, group therapy and intensive outpatient group therapy programs. Sage is located in Austin, TX approximately one mile west of the…

NEW Women’s Yoga for Emotional Health and Wellness

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Sage Recovery & Wellness Center's Women's Yoga for Health and Wellness is for women who are seeking support through movement, breath work, and connection in a safe space to explore one's own connection to mind, body and spirit. Each session begins with a gentle yoga practice, using movement, music and breath work to help deepen awareness, insight and emotional…

June 2017 CEU: Trauma and Expressive Therapy Exercises for Mind, Body, and Spirit

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Trauma and Expressive Therapy Exercises for Mind, Body and Spirit12:00-1:30pm on Thursday, June 22, 2017Presented by Dr. Margaret NagibHosted by Sage Recovery & Wellness Center Free | Lunch Provided | Lunch/Networking 11:30-12:00This presentation discusses the core treatment issues surrounding trauma and the use of expressive therapies. Participants will explore how expressive therapy techniques increase client engagement in…

May 2017 CEU: Binge Eating Disorder: Understanding and Working with the Most Commonly Diagnosed Eating Disorder

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Binge Eating Disorder: Understanding and Working with the Most Commonly Diagnosed Eating Disorder12:00-1:30pm on Thursday, May 25, 2017Presented by Vanessa ScaringiHosted by Sage Recovery & Wellness Center Free | Lunch Provided | Lunch Served 12-12:30Binge Eating Disorder is actually the most common eating disorder, diagnosed in about 3.5% of adult women. BED is also one of the…

Neurobiology and the Adolescent Brain CEU!

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The Adolescent Brain and Emotion Regulation: Integrating Neurobiology and Dialectical Behavior Therapy12:00-1:30pm on Thursday, April 27, 2017Presented by Neathery ThurmondHosted by Sage Recovery & Wellness Center Free | Lunch Provided | Lunch Served 12-12:30Adolescence is a time of discovery and dynamic changes both socially and emotionally. These changes are typically felt as emotional turmoil for the adolescent…

What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)?

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Developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan at the University of Washington, DBT was originally developed to treatInterpersonal chaosIntense emotional swingsImpulsivenessConfusion about the self (identity)Suicidal behavior associated with Borderline Personality DisorderBreaking down "Dialectical Behavior Therapy"What is "Dialectical?"DBT is based on the idea of “dialectics,” which is the thought that two things that appear as opposites can both…
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