Hi, since you are a therapist I was wondering if you could clue me in on what ‘recovery’ means to…
L. Walker

Hi L. Walker,

Thank you for taking the time to read my post. Many professionals will use the term “recovery” especially those dealing with substance addictions. Recovery in this context simply means a process where people work on being abstinent and improving their overall quality of life/mental health. I don’t use the word recovery too often, but for me, I use the term healing. I work with my client’s to help them become a congruent human being with a strong self-esteem. Congruent is when the head and heart are in alignment. My treatment approach is by incorporating the mind, body, and soul. The road to becoming congruent is a lifelong process. Every mental illness and/or diagnosis is different so it’s difficult to comment for all illnesses or make a blanket statement. But I hope this answers your questions. -Nick

Like what you read? Give Nick Keomahavong a round of applause.

From a quick cheer to a standing ovation, clap to show how much you enjoyed this story.