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SMART Recovery® Podcasts

Nov 22, 2013

Alcohol, drug abuse or other maladaptive behaviors can result in a loss of intimacy and intimacy skills, as well as a profound lack of connectedness with others.

Improving our intimacy can include becoming more comfortable with our own personal identity, the ability to achieve an open closeness with others, the abiity...


Sep 9, 2013

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a so-called third-generation branch of CBT which teaches new ways of looking at our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Instead of fighting and demanding that troublesome thoughts and feelings go away, ACT emphasizes accepting the existence of those thoughts and feelings, and...


Aug 5, 2013

Dr. Robert Meyers presents CRAFT, Community Reinforcement and Family Training, which he developed and has used to help individuals and families for decades. He is an internationally known expert in how concerned individuals can take care of themselves as well as positively influence a loved one to think and react more...


Jul 29, 2013

Life is a never ending series of events. The manner in which we perceive and react to them, determines whether we experience life merely as a series of events or as adventures.

The adventure is not only in the events we encounter but rather it is within the manner that they are perceived.

One challenge in recovery is to...


May 22, 2013

The SMART Recovery approach to addiction recovery is based on SELF-Management. Effective management includes measuring progress. What better way to assess your personal progress with the SMART tools than to use the newest addition to the SMART Recovery toolbox, the Activities Self-Assessment Checklist.

SMART Recovery...