Cassandra Keuma, MA

Cassandra Keuma is a Licensed Practical Counselor Candidate and 500 hour certified Yoga Therapist. She has had clinical experience in youth corrections, inpatient psychiatric care, and residential treatment where she treated clients dealing with substance addiction. She currently works with the University of Utah conducting research on the benefits of mindfulness in treating those with chronic pain while also focusing on reducing their reliance upon highly addictive opiates.

  • Credentials: Master's in Clinical Mental Health
  • Titles: Licensed Practical Counselor Candidate, 500 Hour Yoga Instructor, Yoga Therapist
  • Expertise: Clinical assessment, severe mental illness, suicide, trauma, and yoga/meditation therapy.

Written By Cassandra

Eating Disorder Aftercare Treatment Programs

For many people, eating disorder recovery will be a life-long journey full of ups and downs. While the ups of recovery tend to increased self-esteem and positive emotional states, the downs of recovery, although discouraging to most, can also provide valuable experiences. A well-thought-out afterca... [Read More]

Happy Hour Without the Booze

Some people believe that once they successfully complete substance abuse treatment, the journey to continued sobriety will be smooth sailing. While the completion of a treatment program is a major accomplishment on the road to recovery, treatment is just the first step toward living a sober life. ... [Read More]

What you Should know About Sex Addiction

Sex addiction can be defined as sexual behavior that a person feels they have no control over, that leads to psychological distress, and can result in impairment to social, occupational, or other types of functioning.1 Some current psychiatric studies have concluded that sexual addiction is driven b... [Read More]

What Does a GHB Overdose Look Like?

Gamma-hydroxybutyrate, or GHB, is a central nervous system (CNS) depressant that is naturally occurring in the brain and other human tissues. Synthetic GHB was once manufactured in a lab in the hopes of developing a pharmaceutical to induce sleep and sedation and to provide pain relief in patients u... [Read More]

Binge Eating Disorder

Binge eating disorder is characterized by repeated and uncontrollable bouts of consuming abnormally large amounts of food.1 This behavior often results in feelings of guilt, disgust, or depression and causes the person engaging in the behavior significant distress.1 For many people, this behavior ... [Read More] is operated by Recovery Brands LLC, a subsidiary of American Addiction Centers, Inc. Learn more about what this means here
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