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In the Winter 2016 issue of The Sanctuary Byron Bay newsletter, we bring you an update on our very own Sanctuary Organic Farm, and a selection of warming, Winter recipes made from our farm fresh produce. Also, get an insight into Narrative Coaching, and how it can be helpful, particularly during times of changes.
In our Spring 2014, we introduce The Sanctuary Recovery House, a supported residential home to bridge the gap between intensive treatment and healthy, independent living.
Welcome to the Summer 2014 edition of The Sanctuary Byron Bay newsletter. Once again, it’s been a little while between newsletters as we’ve been very busy at The Sanctuary Byron Bay – meeting increased demand and improving our self-sufficiency.
In our Spring 2012 edition, we take an in-depth look at the role Creative Arts plays in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. We also introduce you to our Dance, Art and Creative Writing teachers.
In our ninth edition, we provide some healthy non-alcoholic mocktail recipes for the holiday season.
In our Spring 2010 edition, we look at the Sanctuary's approach to delivering a truly holistic, integrated treatment plan. In addition, we hear from Karen Stuart about he unique role our Case Manager's play in co-ordinating your treatment.
In our seventh edition, Jane Williams, our Clinical Director, explains why depression is often caused by more than just biological factors. We also examine the role sugar plays in addiction, and feature information on how to help a loved one in crisis.
In our sixth edition, we feature an article by Jane Williams and Amos Hee on a few practical steps for dealing with anxiety and an article from Luke Southwood on how the modern day diet affects our mood.
In this edition, we highlight the rising relevance of prescription drug abuse, which has been recently described as the ‘real drug crisis gripping Australia’. We also outline our sponsorship of the recent BRW Client Choice Awards, and highlight specific programs available at The Sanctuary Byron Bay.
In this edition, we profile Claudia Mirdita, our highly experienced physiotherapist renowned for her ability to treat complex health issues. We also feature an article by Consta Georgoussis, our senior Yoga consultant, outlining the synergies between yoga practice and psychotherapy.
In this edition, we introduce our Process Consultant, Amos Hee, a medical anthropologist who helps to consolidate and document the Sanctuary’s procedures and protocols. We also feature articles by our senior chef Luke Southwood and our naturopath, Reine Dubois.
In this edition we continue to highlight innovative new programmes; introduce one of our highly experienced senior chefs, Emma Dennett; provide our regular “Yoga Teacher’s Perspective” from Consta Georgoussis, one of the The Sanctuary’s longstanding core team members; share a recipe from our senior chef Luke Southwood; and announce our sponsorship of an exciting integrative medicine conference, entitled Approaches to Addictions and Freedom to be held here in Byron Bay on April 11 and 12 of 2008
In the first edition, we profile Luke Southwood, senior Sanctuary chef, and feature an article by Consta Georgousiss, senior yoga consultant. We also introduce new programs developed at The Sanctuary Byron Bay and answer frequently asked questions about our services.