Increased Precautions We're Taking in Response to COVID-19

LAST UPDATED ON 03/15/2021

As updates on the impact of the coronavirus continue to be released, we want to take a moment to inform you of the heightened preventative measures we have put in place at Sierra Tucson to keep our patients, their families, and our employees safe. All efforts are guided by and in adherence to the recommendations distributed by the CDC.

Please note that for the safety of our patients, their families, and our staff, there are certain restrictions in place regarding on-site visitation at Sierra Tucson.

  • These restrictions have been implemented in compliance with updated corporate and state regulations to further reduce the risks associated with COVID-19.
  • Options for telehealth visitation are continuously evaluated so that our patients can remain connected to their loved ones.
  • Alternate methods of communication for other services may be offered when deemed clinically appropriate.

For specific information regarding these changes and limitations, please contact us directly.

CDC updates are consistently monitored to ensure that all guidance followed is based on the latest information released.

  • All staff receives ongoing infection prevention and control training.
  • Thorough disinfection and hygiene guidance is provided.
  • Patient care supplies such as masks and hand sanitizer are monitored and utilized.
  • Temperature and symptom screening protocols are in place for all patients and staff.
  • Social distancing strategies have been implemented to ensure that patients and staff maintain proper distance from one another at all times.
  • Cleaning service contracts have been reviewed for additional support.
  • Personal protective equipment items are routinely checked to ensure proper and secure storage.
  • CDC informational posters are on display to provide important reminders on proper infection prevention procedures.

The safety of our patients, their families, and our employees is our top priority, and we will remain steadfast in our efforts to reduce any risk associated with COVID-19.

The CDC has provided a list of easy tips that can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and then immediately dispose of the tissue.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces that are frequently touched.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.

For detailed information on COVID-19, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

News & Media Archive

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Archived Media Coverage

2018

KGUN 9:  Military Trauma During the Holiday;  (12/25/2018)

StyleCaster:  How to Get a Handle on Holiday Depression; (12/2018)

Recovery Plus Journal:  Guide to Surviving Christmas and New Year.; (12/2018)

US News & World Report:  The Devastating Toll of Gun Violence: ‘It Has Destroyed My Life.’; (12/2018)

AZ Business:  Rehab Tourism Boom; (11-12/2018)

Together AZ:  Living Our Purpose: The Path to Achieving Miracles and Providing Lasting Hope; (11/2018)

US News & World Report:  Why Fear is Good for Your Health; (10/18/2018)

AZ Big Media Article:  Sierra Tucson builds Medical Power Team; (09/19/2018)

AZ Big Media:  Sierra Tucson constructing behavioral health inpatient Lodge; (08/31/2018)

AZ Daily Mix:  Sierra Tucson’s Chief Medical Officer Aaron Wilson, MD – Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder S.A.D.;  (08/09/2018)

SHAPE Magazine:  What Exactly Is Narcan and How Does It Work?; (07/31/2018)

KVOA News 4 Tucson:  N4T Investigators: Counterfeit drugs containing fentanyl turning up in Tucson; (07/31/2018)

AZ Big Media:  Sierra Tucson expands with inpatient lodge; (04/11/2018)

KGUN 9 On Your Side:  Sierra Tucson Hosts Groundbreaking Ceremony; (04/11/2018)

KGUN 9 On Your Side:  Opioid Addiction: A battle toward recovery; (04/05/2018)

KGUN 9 On Your Side:  Arizona’s Opioid Emergency: A story of recovery; (3/29/2018)

KGUN9 On Your Side:  Sierra Tucson will expand to keep pace with opioid addiction; (03/28/2018)

AZ Big Media:  On the Move: Business promotions, new hires, honors and appointments; (03/12/2018)

Newsweek:  Texas Doctor Warns Marijuana Lowers IQ, Damages Brain—Research Shows He’s Wrong; (03/08/2018)

KOLD Tucson News Now:  KOLD Investigates: Opioids Take Their Toll in Pima County; (02/26/2018)

Arizona Republic:  Coping with Valentine’s Day During a Rough Patch; (02/14/2018)

KJZZ 91.5:   “Current Events And Social Media Increase Stress” featuring Sierra Tucson’s Chief Executive Officer Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC; (02/09/2018)

Family Matters – MASK PARENTS Weekly Radio Show: Jaime Vinck and Dr. Tena Moyer interview; (01/25/2018)

Bustle:  7 Signs You May Have Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder, Not To Be Confused With OCD; (01/23/2018)

2017

Radio Rehab with Dayna Keyes:  Dayna chats with Sierra Tucson’s Chief Operations Officer Jaime Vinck in a three-part series; (05/11/2017)

Part 1: Warning Signs
Part 2: Hiding Techniques
Part 3: High Functioning Addict 

AZ Business Magazine:  Sierra Tucson Hosts 10th Gratitude for Giving Celebration; (12/07/2017)

South Bay Accent:  Is Tech Hacking Our Brains? Cracking the Digital Addiction Code; (10-11/2017)

Self Magazine:  6 Ways to Show Your Employees You Care About Their Mental Health; (10/27/2017)

US News & World Report :  Is There a Link Between Sex Addiction and Sexual Harassment and Assault?; (10/26/2017)

Arizona’s Opioid Epidemic:  Q & A with Dr. Shapiro and Dr. Jackson of Sierra Tucson; (07/01/2017)

Healthy Mom & Baby:  Am I at Risk for Maternal Depression? By Valerie Kading, DNP, MSN, Chief Medical Operations Officer, Sierra Tucson

Independent Doctors Federation Newsletter:  Out of the Darkness:  A Different Approach to Depression Treatment featuring Michelle Chacon, RN, certified TMS clinical operator at Sierra Tucson; (Spring 2017)

US News & World Report:  How People With Social Anxiety Can Find, Land and Keep a Rewarding Job; (03/06/2017)

Community Health Article:  Fighting Addiction with Music Therapy: Recovery Programs Provide Solace Through Soundwaves; (01/20/2017)

Tucson News Now:  How Horses Help Veterans – In honor of Veterans Day, Tucson News Now featured a story about the benefits of equine therapy for veterans. Sierra Tucson Chief Operating Officer Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC, and Primary Therapist Vic Gilbert, MSW, LISAC, explain how horses have the remarkable ability to heal individuals who are struggling with PTSD;  (11/10/2017)

KGUN9 Tucson Morning Blend: How A Naturopathic Doctor Can Change Your Life featuring Maureen Schwehr, NMD, director of integrative services at Sierra Tucson; (10/09/2017)

KGUN9 Tucson Morning Blend:  How to Communicate Better with Family Members – Sierra Tucson’s Family Program Manager Mike Gaziano, MSW, LCSW (WI) discusses healthy ways to communicate with family members;  (05/25/2017)

KGUN9-TV:  Connect365’s Mobile App; Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC, Chief Operations Officer of Sierra Tucson discusses Connect365’s mobile app; (02/21/2017)

KGUN9 Tucson Morning Blend:  How to Communicate Better with Family Members –   Sierra Tucson’s Family Program Manager Mike Gaziano, MSW, LCSW (WI) discusses healthy ways to communicate with family members;  (05/25/2017)

KVOA:  The Dangers of Social Media Addiction: Sierra Tucson Chief Operations Officer Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC, weighs in on the harmful effects of social media addiction, and how it can lead to more serious conditions like depression and anxiety; (01/31/2017)

2016

KTAR – Arizona’s News Station:  Recognizing signs, symptoms of post-traumatic stress in veterans; (11/11/2016)

Sierra Tucson Is ‘On the Air’ with That Sober Guy Radio (August 22, 2016)
Chief Medical Officer Michael Genovese, MD, JD, and Chief Marketing Officer Lisa Jane Vargas sit down with radio host Shane Ramer to discuss the 32-plus years of treatment Sierra Tucson has provided to individuals and families struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders.

2015

Medical School Appointment:  Genovese Appointment Furthers Synergistic Relationship between University and Sierra Tucson, Opening Doors for Medical Students & Psychiatry Residents; (07/17/2015)

SAFE CALL NOW:  “Saving the Lives of Those Who Protect Us – #1stresponders, Medication and its Impacts…”; (07/10/2015)

KOLD News 13:  Recovering Addict Pays Forward Support in Southern Arizona: Laura Fetherston, admissions coordinator and alumna of Sierra Tucson, talks about how Sierra Tucson helped her overcome addiction;  (4/30/2015)

96.1 KLPX ‘Profiles in Business’ segment, featuring Sierra Tucson’s Chief Executive Officer Bill Anderson

Archived Videos

AZTV7Arizona Daily Mix:  The Opioid Epidemic – Prevention, Recognition & Treatment (08/28/2017)
Teresa Jackson, MD, director of the Addiction Recovery Program at Sierra Tucson, was featured on the Arizona Daily Mix (AZTV7) to discuss the opioid epidemic, including prevention, recognition and treatment.

KGUN9 Tucson Morning Blend:  Alcohol Awareness Month (04/12/2017)
April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Teresa Jackson, MD, director of the Addictions / Co-occurring Disorders Program at Sierra Tucson, sat down with KGUN9’s Tucson Morning Blend to discuss statistics and consequences of alcohol abuse, as well as ways to get help.

Dr. Michael Genovese Discusses The Opioid Epidemic (10/26/2016)
Sierra Tucson Chief Medical Officer Michael Genovese, MD, JD, sits down with the Arizona Daily Mix in Phoenix to talk about the overwhelming opioid epidemic today and ways to address this global crisis.

CDC: Stop Prescribing Painkillers for Chronic Pain (05/27/2016)
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the number of people who have died from overdosing on these drugs has more than tripled in last 20 years.

Archived Presentations

2018

Bennet Davis, MD: “The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” San Francisco Bay, CA; (11/08/2018)

Antoinette Giedzinska, PhD: “Bioneurofeedback integration into CAP process,” SBCNA Conference; Atlanta, GA; (11/01/2018)

Aaron Wilson, MD: “Fire in the Basement: Trauma & Treatment Strategies for Clinicians,” Atlanta Summit for Clinical Excellence, Atlanta, GA; (10/17/2018)

Tena Moyer, MD: “Goddess, Enchantress, Seductress, Witch: The Many Faces of Feminine Power,” Arizona Women’s Expo, Phoenix, AZ; (10/06/2018)

Valerie Kading, DNP, PMHNP-BC: “Residential Substance Use Assessment & Treatment~Integrative Care at it’s Finest,” International Nurses Society on Addictions Conference; Denver, CO; (10/04/2018)

Aaron Wilson, MD: “Fire in the Basement: Trauma & Treatment Strategies for Clinicians,” Tucson Be Informed Breakfast, Tucson, AZ; (10/03/2018)

Aaron Wilson, MD: “PTSD & Trauma,” FBINAA Chapter Training, Atlantic City, NJ; (10/02/2018)

Antoinette Giedzinska, PhD: “Measuring Clinical Outcomes,” AzPA Annual Convention; Tucson, AZ; (09/28/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Compassion Fatigue and Provider Resilience,” Midwest Chapter, LAP Board Meeting; Warrenville, IL; (09/27/2018)

Valerie Kading, DNP, PMHNP-BC: “Compassion Fatigue,” National Conference for Lawyer Assistance Programs; Charleston, SC; (09/24/2018)

Aaron Wilson, MD: “Fire in the Basement: Trauma & Treatment Strategies for Clinicians,” Phoenix Be Informed Breakfast, Tucson, AZ; (09/19/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” San Diego, CA; (09/17/2018)

Chris Craig, MA/MS, LAC: “Somatic Experiencing® Therapy for Eating Disorder Clients,” IAEDP Conference, Newtown, PA; (09/14/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: Keynote Speakers – “The Important of Collaboration When Treating Co-Occurring Disorders,” CORE Conference, Amelia Island, FL; (07/15/2018)

Samuel Shapiro, MD: “Addiction: Physician Impairment,” Dell Medical School Conference for Emergency Medicine Residents, Austin, TX; (06/13/2018)

Aaron Wilson, MD: “Pushed to the Brink: Suicide Among Healthcare Professionals,” LA Symposium; Los Angeles, CA; (05/28/2018)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “Why Does Suicide Become an Option?,” LA Symposium; Los Angeles, CA; (05/28/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “The Importance of Collaboration When Treating Co-Occurring Disorders,” Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders (CCSAD), Hyannis, MA; (09/12/2018)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut, Brain, Pain Connection,” Southern Arizona Dietetic Association Educational event; (08/30/2018)

Bennet, Davis, MD: “The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” PAPNA Monthly Meeting, Austin, TX; (08/22/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Bennet Davis, MD: “Compassion Fatigue,” Southwest School for Behavioral Health Conference, Tucson, AZ; (08/16/2018)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Science and Research behind the complex gut/brain relationship,” Southwest School for Behavioral Health Conference, Tucson, AZ; (08/13/2018)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut, Brain, Addiction Connection,” Labor Assistance Professionals Conference, Las Vegas, NV; (07/18/2018)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “Trauma & Recovery,” Tucson, AZ; (07/18/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “UNKNOWN TITLE,” CORE Conference, Amelia Island, FL; (07/15/2018)

David Cato, LCSW, TCT, SEP: “Trauma and Recovery: The Biology of Trauma and Nervous System Injury” CORE Conference, Amelia Island, FL; (07/18/2018)

Tena Moyer, MD: “Beyond Dual Diagnosis,” Recovery Plus/Intervention Plus Conference, London, UK; (06/24/2018)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “Trauma and the Nervous System,” Addiction Professionals Webinar Series; Tucson, AZ; (06/22/2018)

Valerie Kading, DNP, PMHNP-BC: “UNKNOWN TITLE,” HECMA Roundtable; Williamsburg, VA; (06/19/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “Pain Treatment,” Seattle, WA; (06/19/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “Pain Treatment,” Portland, OR; (06/18/2018)

Samuel Shapiro, MD: “Title to come,” Dell Medical School Conference for Emergency Medicine Residents, Austin, TX; (06/13/2018)

Tena Moyer, MD: “Co-Occurring Disorders: A Tale of Two Systems,” Tucson Be Informed Breakfast; Tucson, AZ; (06/6/2018)

Valerie Kading, DNP, PMHNP-BC: “Substance Use in Pregnancy and Post-Partum”; (05/17/2018)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “Trauma and Recovery: The Biology of Trauma & Nervous System Injury,” Tucson Behavioral Health Professionals Networking Breakfast, Tucson, AZ; (05/11/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Compassion Fatigue and Provider Resilience,” iCAAD Conference; London, UK; (05/05/2018)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut, Brain, Pain Connection,” Southern Arizona Dietetic Association Educational event; Seattle, WA; (05/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “The Evolution of Pain Medicine: The Pain of Trauma, The Trauma of Pain,” New York Symposium, New York, NY; (04/27/2018)

Aaron Wilson, MD: “The Effectiveness of Integrative Therapies,” New York Symposium, New York, NY; (04/26/2018)

Tena Moyer, MD: “Beyond Dual Diagnosis,” Dallas, TX; (04/23/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Best Practices/Business Growth,” Addiction Professionals Webinar Series; Tucson, AZ; (04/20/2018)

David Cato, LCSW, TCT, SEP: “Trauma & Recovery: The Biology of Trauma,” Biology of Trauma Conference, Dallas, TX; (04/01/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Answer: An Informed Look at Pain,” Phoenix Be Informed Breakfast, Phoenix, AZ; (03/14/2018)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut, Brain, Pain Connection,” BFI National Conference on Trauma, Addictions & Mindfulness; Chicago, IL; (03/08/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Answer: An Informed Look at Pain,” Tucson Be Informed Breakfast, Tucson, AZ; (03/07/2018)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “The Biology of Trauma,” Kansas City, KS; (02/23/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Family Healing Strategies – Moving Past the Damage,” New York Center for Living Speaker Series; New York, NY; (02/22/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “UNKNOWN TITLE,” New York Center for Living Speaker Series; New York, NY; (02/22/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “Pain, Trauma & Opioids,” Arizona Opioid Summit, Phoenix, AZ; (02/15/2018)

Bennet Davis, MD: “Changing the Paradigm in the Management of Chronic Pain and Substance Use Disorder in Texas,” Dell Medical School Summit, Austin, TX; (02/03/2018)

David Cato, LCSW, TCT, SEP: “Trauma & Recovery,” Finding Freedom: LGBTQ Symposium, Palm Springs, CA; (02/02/2018)

Tena Moyer, MD: “The Role of Science in Treating Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders,” Advanced International Winter Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO; (01/30/2018)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Compassion Fatigue and Provider Resilience,” Advanced International Winter Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO; (01/30/2018)

Antoinette Giedzinska, PhD: “Lifting the Fog: Integrating Bio/Neurofeedback into Dual Diagnosis Treatment,” Florida; (01/20/2018)

2017

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Medical Marijuana – Panel Discussion,” Blue Bell, PA; (11/03/2017)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut, Brain, Pain Connection,” Tucson Be Informed Breakfast; Tucson, AZ; (11/01/2017)

Tena Moyer, MD: “The Adaptive Value of Maladaptive Behavioral,” Psychotherapy Associates Winter Symposium; (01/27/2019)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “Generational Trauma,” San Francisco, CA; (10/26/2017)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “Naturopathic Medicine Week and Integrative Mental Health Model of Treatment,” Morning Blend TV Show; (10/09/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “Family Healing Strategies: Moving Past the Damage,” Webinar for HECMA Professionals; Tucson, AZ; (10/06/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Award-Winning Approaches to Addressing Addiction and Behavioral Health in the Workplace,” EAPA Conference; Los Angeles, CA; (10/05/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC:  Family Recovery and Healing Strategies,” New York, NY; (09/28/2017)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “Trauma Treatment at Sierra Tucson,” Baltimore, MD; (09/27/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Compassion Fatigue and Provider Resilience,” New York, NY; (09/26/2017)

Antoinette Giedzinska-Simons, PhD: “Biofeedback,” Atlanta, GA; (09/23/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD: “Chronic Pain Recovery Treatment: An Integrative Model of Care,” Denver, CO; (09/21/2017)

David Cato, LCSW, TCT, SEP: “Alternative Therapies to Enhance Recovery,” Loyola University; Chicago, IL; (09/21/2017)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD:  “The Gut, Brain, Pain Connection,” LA Symposium; Los Angeles, CA; (09/15/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD:  “Pain Complicated by Trauma,” LA Symposium; Los Angeles, CA; (09/15/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Compassion Fatigue and Provider Resilience,” LA Symposium; Los Angeles, CA; (09/15/2017)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD:  “Naturopathic Interventions for Co-Occurring Disorders,” St. Louis, MO; (08/23/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD: “Complicated Pain,” Be Informed Breakfast; Phoenix, AZ; (08/23/2017)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “The Biology of Trauma,” Be Informed Breakfast; Phoenix, AZ; (08/09/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “Mid-Life Recovery – Transgenerational Trauma,” Los Angeles, CA; (07/21/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “Mid-Life Recovery – Transgenerational Trauma,” San Diego, CA; (07/20/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD: “Dueling Diagnoses – Pain & Addiction,” MHCA Conference; Palm Beach County, FL; (06/08/2017)

Mike Gaziano, MSW, LCSW (WI): “Enabling, Rescuing & Codependency: Understanding how the media has impacted our boundaries, behaviors, and attitudes,” Be Informed Breakfast; Phoenix, AZ; (05/24/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC: “Integrative Treatment and Compassion Fatigue for Professionals,” NAADAC Spring Conference; Plymouth, MI; (05/12/2017)

Elizabeth Lance, MSW, LICSW: “Cross Addiction,” Be Informed Breakfast; Tucson, AZ; (05/03/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD: “Complicated Pain – Understanding and working with pain complicated by mood, trauma or addiction,” New York Symposium; New York, NY; (05/03/2017)

Tena Moyer, MD & Michael Genovese, MD, JD: “The Surgeon General’s Report on Addiction: A Call to Action,” New York Symposium; New York, NY; (05/03/2017)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “The Biology of Trauma,” New York Symposium; New York, NY; (05/03/2017)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut, Brain, Pain Connection,” New York Symposium; New York, NY; (05/03/2017)

Antoinette Giedzinska-Simons, PhD: “The Benefits of Implementing Bio/Neurofeedback into Integrated Mental Health Treatment for Addictions,” ICAAD Conference; London, UK; (05/02/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD: “Details of Chronic Pain Program,” Morris Psychological Group; Parsippany, NJ; (05/01/2017)

Jerome Lerner, MD: “Trauma and Resilience,” Atlanta, GA; (04/28/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “The Mature Adult Treatment Experience: Residential and Beyond,” Innovations in Recovery Conference; San Diego, CA; (04/04/2017)

Scott Frazier, MSC & Rachel Ried, RD: “Eating Disorders Programming,” IAEDP Symposium; Las Vegas, NV; (03/25/2017)

Maureen Schwehr, NMD: “The Gut Brain Connection: How Digestion Affects Mental Health,” Be Informed Breakfast; Phoenix, AZ; (03/20/2017)

Valerie Kading, DNP, PMHNP-BC: “Application of DBT in an Integrative Environment,”Palo Alto,CA; (03/17/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “Treating the Mature Adult,” BFI Conference; Chicago, IL; (03/09/2017)

Antoinette Giedzinska-Simons, PhD: “Integrative Biofeedback,” Dallas, TX; (02/10/2017)

Antoinette Giedzinska-Simons, PhD: “Integrating Bio/Neurofeedback and Other Therapies in Treatment for Addictions and Mental Health Programs,” Advanced International Winter Symposium; Dallas, TX; (01/30/2017)

Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Tena Moyer, MD: “The Adaptive Value of Maladaptive Behavior,” NATSAP Annual Meeting; Tucson, AZ; (01/26/2017)

Bill Reynolds, PA-C: “Overview of PTSD and Treatment,” Chicago, IL; (01/20/2017)

Camille Drachman, MSW, LCSW, SEP: “Trauma or Pain & Addiction,” Silver Spring, MD; (01/12/2017)

Scott Frazier, MSC: “Emotional Attachments to Food and Integrative Treatment for Eating Disorders,” Denver, CO; (01/11/2017)

The time spent at Sierra Tucson was the true beginning of my journey. Not only did I overcome my addictions, but I began to focus on the root causes that created my compulsions. I understand myself so much better now.

– Anonymous Client