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Suws Of The Carolinas
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Today we are celebrating Alyson Smith Davis. Her five year anniversary as a member of the SUWS family past this week. Alyson's gifts to this program, our community, and the world at large are innumerable. We are lucky to have her. Please join us in congratulating Alyson on her anniversary!
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Shout out to James Skelton, LCDC for completing his ARISE interventionist training! James is an integral part of the Phoenix Outdoor's treatment team as the recovery support specialist. To learn more about the ARISE training click the link: http://www.arise-network.com/arise-training/
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Our students get to come to an environment free from distractions, with time to think about big picture goals and how to achieve them. The rest of us are constantly juggling occupational, academic, social, and relational obligations. This article from Psychology Today​ provides some strategies for remaining focused: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/clear-organized-and-motivated/201402/5-steps-clearer-mind?collection=1102679

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The owners of Filo Pastries in Asheville NC, are partnering with Jason William Hunt Foundation to benefit families seeking wilderness based treatment. The Jason William Hunt Foundation has awarded numerous scholarships to our participants. Please consider enjoying a great meal at Filo or Post 70, knowing that your excellent taste will also help a family find hope and happiness. Directions and operating hours can be found with this link:
http://filopastries.com/contact-filo/

What is the difference between a response and a reaction? When faced with a difficult decision, responding will almost always yield more positive results than reacting. Taking time to think through the implications of a course of action may be one of the most important decisions you make today.

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Staff spotlight:
Meet Colin Walsh. Colin is a clinical support specialist serving our Seasons and Approach clients. Colin provides an additional level of support for our students. His role allows him to provide continuity between our therapists and field instructors for the benefit of our students. Paired with his therapy dog, Scout, students usually get excited when they see them coming down the trail. Learn more about Colin here:
http://www.suwscarolinas.com/about/staff/colin-walsh/
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"Wherever you go, there you are." This is favorite quotation for many therapists. The notion that we carry our strengths, and areas of growth with us wherever we are is not a new concept. Here at SUWS, students get to literally "find" themselves on a map and discuss what brought them to this specific moment in time. They have time to reflect an create a new vision for the life they want. Then they get to work hard to achieve their goals. Wherever you WANT to go, make a plan, see what works, learn from mistakes, and execute.
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