Treatment for addiction can be tailored to your individual needs. The length and type of treatment depend on the severity and duration of the drug or alcohol addiction, the type of drug used, and mental health. Holistic addiction therapy is effective in treating addiction and focuses on healing the mind, body, and spirit.
Holistic therapy is used in treatment to improve a person’s complete wellbeing. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, “Because mental health and physical health are linked, problems in one area can impact the other. At the same time, improving your physical health can also benefit your mental health, and vice versa.”
Going to a treatment program that focuses on the mind, body, and spirit for a complete healing is essential for success in recovery. Drugs and alcohol hijack the brain causing it to lose control of its normal functions. Addiction clouds the mind with toxic substances. It suppresses critical thinking, motor skills, and responsibilities and breaks down a person’s spirit.
In holistic treatment, each patient learns to develop an open mind. Mindfulness helps a person understand where addiction comes from, or what led to the addiction in the first place.
Healing for the body encompasses fitness, nutrition, and balance of awareness and physical connection. Nutritional counseling helps reshape healthy eating habits and filters out toxins with healthy eating.
Spiritual healing anchors us to what makes us human, fallible, and complete in recovery. It keeps us grounded in our beliefs so we can turn to a higher power, which gives us purpose, peace, and security. When the spirit is fed, the mind and body are in harmony for a fulfilling and healthy recovery.
Recovery is a lifelong process. There is no cure for addiction but there is hope in recovery. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, do not be afraid to get help. Get help today so you can enjoy the benefits of sober living. Do not wait. Save a life and get help now. Treatment is available.
Welcome to Corner Canyon, a residential adult treatment center in beautiful Utah where the individual needs of every client are met with a unique treatment program created to fit them specifically. Our warm and comforting home invites those of all genders, nationalities, religions, sexual orientations, and more who seek to heal as well as transform their lives from mental health and addiction issues. Call us today for information on our programs of care: 866-399-3469
Cheryl has a 24-year history of founding and managing treatment programs for adolescents, in addition to providing therapy for them and is now excited to work with adults at Corner Canyon Health Centers. Her own treatment experiences informed the development and implementation of the foundational components of Corner Canyon, and she looks forward to directing a program that meets all the expectations she had while in treatment and includes all the therapeutic practices that she has found to be effective throughout her career.
In 1998 Cheryl co-founded Second Nature Wilderness Program, which grew to be the largest private wilderness therapeutic program in the United States and included 5 separate locations. Cheryl also helped found Gateway Academy, a pre-eminent residential treatment program for adolescent boys, and looks forward to working with the Gateway Academy owners at Corner Canyon.
In 2003, Cheryl was elected by her colleagues throughout the United States to serve as a board member for the National Association for Therapeutic Schools and Programs. Cheryl works clinically with addiction, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, family systems problems, and other co-occurring issues. She loves working with clients the most out of all the different roles she has played. Cheryl completed her education at Brigham Young University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology in 1991 and her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 1993. Her clinical training included CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Assertive Communication, and providing individual, family, group therapy and marriage counseling.
Cheryl is the oldest of ten children and has two adult children, a daughter and a son. Her interests include water sports, photography, interior design, household projects, and spending time with her family and friends. She loves house boating on Lake Powell, but her favorite pastime is spending time with her 5 wonderful grandchildren.