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The Role of Resiliency in Wellness and Recovery

Wellness

2017/Jan-Feb

ci_wellnessThis column was inspired by an article by Dr. Stephen Sideroff titled “Self-Regulation and Stress Coping at the Foundation of Resilience Recovery” appearing in the October 2016 issue of Counselor, and a talk on “Resiliency and Health” by Dr. Michael Hewitt (2016) I recently attended....
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