Sue Adamson Launches Website
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Sue Adamson Launches Website

Tuesday, December 7, 2021 3:00 AM

The clinical director of the Kamloops, British Columbia-based Sage Health Center premieres a brand new online platform from which she will relate her thoughts and experiences to the world.

KAMLOOPS, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 7, 2021 / It is with much excitement that Sue Adamson, addiction recovery professional and clinical director of the Sage Health Center in Kamloops, British Columbia, announces that her new website is now live and ready to welcome visitors. The site, which can be found at, showcases a wide variety of media relating to Sue's career, including photos, articles, and a selection of blog entries.

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Among the original content spotlighted in the website's debut is an in-depth interview with Sue conducted by freelance journalist Joey Claudio on behalf of an online periodical that concentrates on matters relating to health and wellness. In the piece, Sue Adamson touches on a number of diverse topics, everything from how she maintains a healthy work/life balance to what gives her the motivation to keep moving forward in her career. Regarding the latter, Sue specifically cites the success of her patients as inspiration. "I have always been in awe of the strength of the human spirit. Therapy in a residential setting is solution-focused and brief therapy by comparison to outpatient, which can take months or years. To be present and witness people coming into the center feeling very beaten down, and then, with support, being able to take ownership of their lives and move on to a successful future is the most rewarding experience of my life."

The new website also features the inaugural installments of a blog written by Sue Adamson herself. In the first two entries, she addresses the subjects of how stress impacts mental health and how mindfulness can support individuals recovering from injury or trauma-topics with which she has a great deal of professional expertise.

In addition to all of this, the website also provides a number of ways to get in touch with Sue Adamson over social media, be it to inquire about her professional services regarding addiction and health, or simply to reach out and say hello.

A longtime proponent of digital media in particular and new technology in general, the launch of this website represents the realization of a long-held ambition for Sue Adamson, and she is thrilled with the result. The site will be updated with original content on a regular basis.

Anyone curious to learn more about Sage Health Center and Sue's stewardship of the facility is encouraged to visit the facility's official website, where both video and written testimonials to the efficacy of its treatment methods by current and former patients can be found.

About Sue Adamson:

Sue Adamson is the clinical director of a residential addiction treatment center located in Kamloops, British Columbia. She has been a passionate advocate for health and wellness for more than 30 years, and has been supporting people on their journey to recovery for 14 years.

As the clinical director of Sage Health Center, Sue Adamson oversees all facets of the treatment programming and monitors all aspects of treatment planning, from a client's initial referral through arranging for continuing care groups after they leave the facility. Sue is a trauma informed therapist. She specializes in supporting clients through an integrative approach to addiction recovery that incorporates both western and eastern philosophies, including client focused, trauma informed clinical therapy modalities; mindfulness techniques such as breath work and visualization that increase body and mind awareness; nutritional counselling to reduce the craving cycle; and 12-step/SMART recovery concepts. Sue Adamson considers herself a voice for recovery and the recovery community, having both personal and professional experience with the process.

Contact Information:

Sue Adamson
Email: [email protected]

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