Our approach at Good Heart Recovery is to help you learn to show yourself and others compassion. We live in an imperfect world that serves us perfectly. It’s not about being the best, it’s about seeing the best in everything we are given. Something as simple as “I am a human being. I am not going to be perfect and that is okay” can change your life if you say it enough times...
With every raindrop that falls onto the mountain, it is further eroded and sculpted. But the mountain has no control over the rain. Sometimes it is a light drizzle and other times it is a torrential downpour. The mountain is always changing, even though it may not always be apparent on the outside...
Learn about the general similarities and differences between a non-12-step program's approach to treatment compared to a more traditional 12-step model of recovery.
The staff at Good Heart Recovery utilize a humanistic perspective when it comes to seeing each one of you as a human being living their own lives and with their own needs. You have the ability to use this perspective when working with others and with yourself, too!
Our Clinical Staff shares insights on how being an integral part of the Universe brings meaning to events and experience. He has found that there are only three answers the Universe has for us at all times: 1. YES, 2. Not now, 3. I have something better for you.
What feels special about this awareness the hawk has, and that all nature has, is an awareness that is absent from judgment. It truly rests in the present...
Our team shares insights on working with change, the perceptions of 'Self', and the endless opportunities we are left with.
Experiencing life in the present moment is growth. Growth is meeting life in the present moment.
Starting in October of 2017, the Good Heart Recovery team of seasoned addiction and mental health rehab providers created a free monthly event called “KARMA Wednesdays: Healing the Healers”.
There are many ways to look at communication, but we will explore the several styles that we use to present our thoughts and feelings.