Restorations Therapy Blog

3 Ways Comparison Undermines Your Recovery

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019

Many people enter treatment full of doubts. They don’t know if they can succeed, they don’t know if they’re doing the right things, and they may not even be sure they want to be there. When… Read More


RTC partners with Denver Channel 7 News on Pornography Epidemic

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

On May 24th, we at RTC were honored to be asked to a be part of Denver’s Channel 7 News program featuring the dangers of pornography use, particularly in children and adolescents. Chris Simon was interviewed… Read More


Re-Learning to Play

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

The new broadway show Finding Neverland has swept the theater world for it’s ingenuity, happiness, and challenges to the young and old. This play is about the history behind the timeless story most children and adults know, Peter… Read More


The Search for Happiness: How Do We Find It?

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Art and other forms of unconventional therapy continue to be a recent trend in counseling, helping clients to get outside of logical thought into the unformulated psyche. Every once in a while, forms of media provide… Read More


What Keeps Us From Fully Living?

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

Over the Christmas holiday, I began taking some time to read blogs and articles that would motivate me to work on myself in the new year. As I began to search through the ongoing web, I found… Read More


Is It Really 2017?!?!

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Is it really 2017?!?! It seems like every new year sneaks up on us. I constantly hear from others what a shock it is that another year has gone by. Every year seems to speed up… Read More


What Happens When Prevention Doesn’t Work?

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

Recently, I have discovered a new reality when working with my clients, and even in my own recovery. Many of us expend 99% of our energy trying to prevent bad things from happening. We create plans an… Read More


Lens of Life

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

Throughout our lives, we develop a lens through which we view the world. A lens is not good or bad, it’s just a way in which we view the world. Our lenses change over time as… Read More


Sex and Money: The Taboo Topics

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

I have often heard the joke, “The only two things you don’t talk about in marriage are sex and money.” I have giggled alongside the jokester, but until now never given it much thought. Why don’t… Read More


The Power of Laughter

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

The 21st century boasts a plethora of new creations, be it technology, philosophies, social networks, or advancements in medicine and health. Technology exists to remind us to take the trash out, of future meetings, and to tell… Read More


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