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As the old proverb says, “It takes a village to raise a child.” and at Renewal we are more than convinced that recovery happens as we plug in to the vast array of resources represented in our community and access them to gain support from many angles! We are excited to give you a list of just a few of the many resources that are available to help you.
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The following section is a list of audio and video resources that have been useful to us in the past. Though this section is limited presently, we did want to give you access to a few psycho-educational videos from our Medical Director, a representation of our director and staff as they encourage and teach at local churches and religious organizations, and various Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) trainings that have been used in our groups. Feel free to watch, listen and share with your friends and loved ones.
Our hope is to link you to every resource that will help propel you forward in your goals to recover, grow, and heal from the symptoms that you are addressing in therapy. A list of websites is listed here to help you locate places that have been helpful to others entering therapy in the past. The following resources also include referral information to local churches, human service organizations, and government resources that you might find helpful.
In your therapy process, your counselor may recommend a book to read that will help to inform you in areas that you have set goals and objectives. Much of the therapy process happens in-between sessions as our clients take time to journal and to learn more about topics that surface during their counseling discussions through reading and studying books such as those listed below. The following is a short list of the reading resources that have been used by our various clinicians in the past. Their presence on our recommended reading list does not necessarily represent our agreement with all content.