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Typical Schedule: Day Treatment Programs

Tuesday through Friday
8:15 Morning Meditation Group (45 mins.)
9:00 Process Group (60 mins.)
10:00 Addiction Education (90 mins.)
11:30 Lunch
12:30 Family Dynamics (60 mins.)
1:30 Recovery Issues (90 mins.)
3:30 Recovery Skills (90 mins.)

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When clients transition into Day Treatment from Residential Treatment, many decide to move into one of The Gooden Center’s Sober Living houses or cottages. Day Treatment clients may also reside locally with family or friends.

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Keep up with all the events happening at The Gooden Center here: http://www.goodencenter.org/schedule/

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“There is no dictionary in the world that includes the words ’skinny’ or ‘fat’ under the definitions of ‘beautiful’ and ‘ugly’. So, focus on being healthy and stop the self-criticism.”
~Maddy Malhotra, 'How to Build Self-Esteem and Be Confident: Overcome Fears, Break Habits, Be Successful and Happy'

Change Negative Thoughts into Positive Self-Talk - http://goo.gl/2etglk
Self-Compassion and Positive Self-Talk - http://goo.gl/rLTghS
Self-Talk: Managing Your Inner Voice - http://goo.gl/lKM3Ib

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Spot the Difference: The Fear of Relapsing
Relapsing. It’s a scary word for someone with mental health issues. The past week and a half has been really weird. Because I’ve been doing things, just not the things that I really should be doing. It’s been the sort of week where the lack of planning and scheduling has hit me badly, and I’ve […]
Mental health, PTSD, Relapse, Depression, Fear, Recovery, University, Support, Anxiety, Differences
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