Friday, April 18, 2014

Addiction: The Power of Choice

At Logan River Academy we work with students from all over the world. Our students come to us from many different walks of life and backgrounds. We work with students who struggle with depression, anxiety, identity problems, substance use, and more. Some of our students struggle with addictive patterns in their lives. This may be in the form of substance use, pornography, food, etc. We know that addiction is complicated and can be very difficult to address in one’s life. At the root of our beliefs, we deeply believe in the power of choice. We have seen individuals fight through their issues and overcome some very difficult challenges. Despite addiction’s intense and strong pull, we know that individuals can cope, resist, and turn away.

We find this article insightful and interesting. We hope you enjoy it! (Find the article HERE.)

Matt Erickson, LCSW

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

April Powder Day at Snowbasin

The students at Logan River Academy have the opportunity to travel to local ski slopes weekly during the winter. They refine their ski and snowboard skills, spend time with peers and mentors, and get to experience some of Utah's finest snow. These photos are from one of their final ski trips of the season.