Striking out on your own is challenging enough. If you're working toward recovery from alcohol or drug abuse and dependence, it's that much harder. How can you stay clean and sober on a college campus? How can you keep your focus on recovery—while managing to leave home, develop healthy relationships, and launch a career?
The “Breakfast Club” welcomes young adults striving to create a sober and fulfilling life. Participants share their experiences, struggles, and successes in a safe, therapeutic setting that provides vital support. The group is open to any young adult committed to abstinence and recovery. Attendance at 12-step meetings is highly recommended (but not required).
- Ages: 18-25.
- Leader: Alison W. Johnson, PsyD, SPS Director. Dr. Johnson has more than 20 years' experience helping young adults free themselves from addiction.
- Every Friday, 8:00-9:30 AM; weekly attendance is expected.
- Summit Psychological Services, 482 Springfield Ave., Summit.
- $85/session; health insurance plans may cover as group psychotherapy.
- For more information and to schedule a screening interview, call Dr. Johnson, (908) 273-5558 ext 112.