As a trauma therapist and SUD clinician, Adam will re-define addiction from a trauma-informed perspective to show how trauma resolution methods can be used to help treat addiction. He will provide current information on trauma resolution i.e. EMDR, Progressive Counting, and Brainspotting.
Adam is a local therapist, educator, advocate, and person in long-term recovery. He blends his personal experience with clinical knowledge to help support providers, families, and communities to better understand trauma , addiction, and recovery. In an effort to advocate for more trauma-focused approach to treating addiction, he openly shares his experiences to help de-stigmatize and normalize trauma and addiction.
This event, sponsored by Columbia County Pathways To Recovery, is free and open to the public. We hope you’ll join us for this important conversation regarding recovery.