Monthly Archives: June 2016

A Trek Through Yellowstone with Focus and Purpose

By Sara Smithson MSW Clinical Therapist I’m not one to read too much into omens, but I passed two rainbows and a bald eagle as I drove up the road to Summit to begin our Spring 2016 Challenge Trip, which … Continue reading

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Message From a Mom at Graduation

  Your name means source of delight that’s why I chose it- your middle name Kathleen was after my dearest friend Kathy Page Kathleen means pure, so you are my “pure source of delight “. I have seen you transform … Continue reading

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Did You Know…

  Abstinence vs. Recovery By Mick Stemborski LCPC LAC Clinical Therapist Some Summit students have had significant drug and alcohol histories that defined addictive behavior. Other actions, such as eating, gaming, or sex can also be addictive.  These behaviors produce … Continue reading

Posted in Did You Know..., Therapeutic

A Student’s Thoughts on Getting Involved

What drew you to this project? I think just the idea of getting involved in the first place and helping those that don’t have an opportunity like I do. Being able to create something from scratch; to create a fundraiser … Continue reading

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