Jaclyn Schuon

Jaclyn Schuon

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Jaclyn Schuon earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology and she has been a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia since 2009.

She has extensive experience providing psychological services to college students and has extensive professional experience at the college and university level. She is also a registered yoga teacher at the 200 hour level and is passionate about utilizing mind-body interventions in her work.

Latest Contributions to Rehabs.com

Recovery High Schools

November 4th, 2019 Jaclyn Schuon 8 minute read
For adults who have been through a treatment program for a substance use problem, a strong emphasis is placed on relapse prevention and maintaining a continuum of care after treatment completion. This is made easier by the fact that...

What to Look for in a Sober Living Home

November 4th, 2019 Jaclyn Schuon 7 minute read
In a sober living facility, you can reside amongst other sober individuals like you would in a residential program, except you’ll have a greater level of freedom and autonomy. The house will still have rules, however, to keep your...

What to Do After Relapse

April 1st, 2020 Jaclyn Schuon 6 minute read
Change How You View Your Relapse When a significant life event occurs, it is not just the event itself that directly impacts us but how we react to the event in question—oftentimes, the latter makes a world of difference....

9 Questions About 12-Step Programs

November 4th, 2019 Jaclyn Schuon 6 minute read
12-step programs are a common part of addiction recovery. Many treatment programs utilize a 12-step approach. Also, many recovering individuals choose to attend meetings after they complete their treatment to maintain their recovery efforts and connect to a support...

Warning Signs and Relapse Prevention Questions

November 4th, 2019 Jaclyn Schuon 7 minute read
Drug relapse is a common part of many people’s recoveries, but it can be disheartening to both the recovering person and those who love them and are invested in their sobriety. The questions below will help you to understand more...
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