Each month, In the Rooms and Seeking Integrity Treatment Centers present an online Super Saturday Recovery Summit. These events have proven to be an overwhelming success, with three experts on recovery discussing and answering questions on topics related to both early and longer-term sobriety and healing.
Our next Super Saturday Recovery Summit is set for Saturday, July 18th. Presenters at this month’s summit include Dr. Louise Stanger, Troy Love, and Dr. Carol Clark.
Dr. Louise Stanger
Family: Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them
1 p.m. Eastern
Dr. Louise Stanger is an interventionist focused on strength-based solutions and invitational change. She is the author of Falling Up: A Memoir of Renewal and co-author of The Definitive Guide to Addictions. She developed and refined her invitational method of mental health and substance abuse interventions using the well-established research methodology of portraiture. With the methodology, she has led thousands of family interventions throughout the US and abroad. She is known for lively and informative presentations. With or without family struggles, you will not want to miss this session.
Finding Peace from Addiction
3 p.m. Eastern
Troy Love is President and Clinical Director of Yuma Counseling Services and founder of Finding Peace Consulting. He is on a quest to help individuals, couples, and organizations find greater peace, joy, happiness, and success. Love specializes in working with trauma-related concerns, healing damaged relationships, and overcoming the need/desire to self-medicate emotional pain through addictive substances and behaviors. He is the Amazon Best-Selling author of Finding Peace, The Art of Peace, and A Year of Self-Love. These works will form the basis of his presentation.
Dr. Carol Clark
Addict America: The Lost Connection
5 p.m. Eastern
Dr. Carol Clark is author of Addict America: The Lost Connection, which is the basis for her talk at this month’s summit. She began her career working with addicts as a ‘house parent’ at a drug rehab, and eventually became a counselor and educator. She has been a licensed mental health counselor in South Florida since 1993. In 1997, she earned a PhD in Human Sexuality. As a counselor, she works primarily with transgender individuals, and with sex addicts and their partners. She also founded the International Institute of Clinical Sexology for therapists and healthcare providers who want to earn a PhD in sexology. Currently, she serves as Director and Board of Advisors President.