Emerge Recovery TX

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The mission of Emerge Recovery TX is to educate, support and nurture women as they develop and utilize skills to work through trauma and substance use disorders.

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We’ve all been there… and we will be here for you in any stage. 💪🏼 But we can save ourselves a lot of heartache if we listen [email protected], trust we do know what’s going on inside of us.

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Just knowing that we have experienced trauma may not be enough to heal from it. 🦋 If we take proactive steps to identify and then understand our responses, we begin to peel back the layers of the effects to help us shed light on how to move forward.

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Our bodies don’t lie to us and they usually have the insider tip about what’s going on even if we choose to block it out. 💟 Do an honest scan of your mental state and physical being… are there things that come up that worry you? Are you bread crumbing yourself?


A lot of times we feel scared, angered, or frustrated with other people’s emotions and struggles when we see them reflected back to us. 🪞 Their shortcomings and successes feel like attacks when we have not been tending to ourselves. So what can we learn from that? We have to help heal ourselves before we can be a compassionate listener or friend. Believe us, it will do a world of help for everyone!

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Big changes don’t necessarily need huge life changing practices. 💟 Meditation is something you can do anywhere with effects that you can feel throughout your day


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Our bodies offer such great insight into our emotional, internal condition if only we would listen. 💟 And once we can listen we can begin to see and hear what we really need to work on so we can free ourselves from the grip of being trauma reactive.

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Somatic tools help regulate your nervous system when it is feeling overworked and causing your discomfort. 🌿 When feeling overwhelmed take a few minutes to let your nerve deregulate and take a minute for stillness and meditation.


Staff Spotlight! Meet Irek Banaczyk, LMSW, LCDC

I have come to learn that a person’s life is impacted by a complex mix of influences such as family history, environment, genes, context, social, and personal experiences. These factors are what uniquely shape our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors, all of which either expand or constrict one’s ability to make life-affirming choices. Undoubtedly, much of this occurs outside of conscious awareness, yet even where there is some awareness, coping patterns can become habitual, problematic, and difficult to change.

Here’s the good news: Change IS possible. There’s an art of discovery that happens in the context of safe, attuned, contingent relationships with counselors trained in the process of reaffirming biological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral ways of being.

With the gentle facilitation of a therapist, you can gain increased awareness of body and mind and assistance in enhancing motivation, agency, and integration of skills. These self-improvements allow for a more self-directed life, one that can be lived more fully through consciously curated personal values and choices. I believe what we do in the therapeutic setting in conjunction with these lifestyle enhancements can, over time, bring about lasting change.

Informed by developmental neurobiology and emotionally focused in-depth psychotherapies, I aim to be that gentle collaborator in your process of integration and transformation towards the person you aspire to be, and all that brings you purpose, meaning, and fulfillment.


There will be things that we cannot change, cannot heal, cannot go back to. 🧡 But that shouldn’t keep you from moving forward, adding positive things to your life because then you may be able to put those worries to rest.


What is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)?

IOP programs help the client go from active addiction or mental health symptoms to a fulfilling life of long-term recovery. IOP level of care consists of a mix of therapy groups, learning coping skills, support groups and developing healthy life skills support. IOP consists of 3 hours of programming per day, for 3 to 5 days a week, and 1 hour of individual counseling sessions per week.

To learn more about how Emerge Recovery TX can help you or your loved one, give us a call!


🤍 Staff Spotlight! Meet Kaytee Hernandez, Yoga Therapist 🤍

Kaytee Hernandez is a Latinx Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) and Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500, CRYT). She was born and raised in Brownsville, Texas.

Yoga has helped Kaytee heal from childhood trauma, grief and loss. Her personal practice and faith infuse her life with meaning and joy.

Kaytee hopes to share the therapeutic benefits of Yoga with others. She believes everyone has an inner healer and empowers her students to look within themselves. She utilizes trauma informed practices, mantra, breath work, meditation, mudras, and yoga postures in her work.

Kaytee has a Bachelors degree in Graphic Media Design from the University of the Arts London. She is currently a Master’s student of Ayurveda and Integrative Health at Maharishi International University.


Our amazing Director or Admissions Chloe Cramer and Ally Flemming Emerge Recovery TX having lunch at the Crestone Cafe! 🥗

To learn more about how our team of addiction professionals can help you overcome your substance use disorder, be sure to give us a call at (737) 265-8689 or visit our site here: https://crestonedetox.com


Are you trying to wade through the waters of ‘Why’? ✨ Why you feel tired, sad, unenthusiastic about anything, or disconnected? Try connecting to your inner dialogue and see what it is saying to you, where it comes from, and what you can do to feel more positive with where you are today.


The effects of trauma and addiction intersect in insidious and subtle ways that affect three major areas – mind, body, and spirit. The curriculum at Emerge Recovery TX is centered around these areas and comprehensively addresses the aggregate of a woman.

We teach our clients how to regain control over their mind, body and spirit from the grips of trauma and addiction so they may live presently.


Emerge Recovery TX is an outpatient offering for women in Austin, TX. The mission of Emerge Recovery TX is to educate, support and nurture women as they develop and utilize skills to work through trauma and substance abuse disorders. We serve women who demonstrate a desire and willingness to commit to recovery of the mind, body and spirit.

Programming is available 5 days a week from 10am - 1pm. If you or a loved one needs help, contact us today.


You are allowed to fill the cracks of your past with... yourself! 🌸 Not all relationships can or should be repaired, but by continuing to work on yourself you can ensure that you will be open to more positive ones... including the one with yourself.


🤍 Staff Spotlight! Meet Alaska Ogden, MFT Trainee/LCDC-i 🤍

Alaska is an intern at Emerge as well as a student at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is working towards her Master’s in Counseling Psychology and currently practicing under the license of Dr. Michelle John while she walks the path to licensure.

She has a dual Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Conflict Transformation from Portland State University. She has worked in the field of substance use disorders for ten years and in harm reduction for seven.

Alaska works with a Jungian and transpersonal orientation, and her areas of focus are trauma, addiction, and the development of personal mythos. Her approach is non-pathologizing, collaborative, and empowering. It weaves the art of re-storying narratives, trauma-informed care, dreamwork, spiritual wisdom, and intuitive guidance.

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We all want to think that we can ‘just deal’ with things that we have spent years burying. 🌸 But as it is said ‘we have to heal so we don’t bleed on those who haven’t cut us’... and when we are triggered it is just that. Help yourself and those around you by getting to know the signs and regulations in case you are triggered.


What is the best thing you can do for yourself today? 💕 Think about that honestly and go and do that. Remember to put your oxygen mask on before helping others.


🤍 Staff Spotlight! Meet Sara Salem, LMSW 🤍

Sara is a licensed social worker who graduated from Texas State University with her master’s degree in social work. She enjoys working with adolescents and adults one on one, as well as working with family members together to improve communication and increase understanding. She has worked in a wide variety of care settings, including an acute care inpatient treatment facility, intensive outpatient programs, and private practice. Sara’s background includes both individual therapy sessions and group therapy sessions with clients living with depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Sara uses a combination of evidence-based practices dependent on the client’s needs, including but not limited to EMDR, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and solution-focused therapy. Her approach with clients is strengths-based as she works with people to build
resilience, promote self-determination, and learn effective coping skills.

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We had such a blast at Recovery in the Park. 🫶🫶🫶


We👏🏼need👏🏼to👏🏼listen👏🏼our👏🏼emotions! Trapping them inside and ignoring their needs only leads to frustration, denial, and can cause self sabotage.


🤍 Staff Spotlight! Meet Sarah Beddingfield, LMSW 🤍

Sarah is a licensed social worker who earned her masters in social work from the University of Denver. She enjoys working with individual adults and adolescents, and has clinical experience with trauma, anxiety, depression, and neurodivergence. Sarah is also a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community and particularly loves working with young people on finding comfort and safety in their q***r identity.

Sarah’s therapeutic approach is joyful and direct. She uses a combination of evidence based approaches such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), DBT (dialectal behavioral therapy), EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), and somatic experiencing tools. Sarah’s primary goal as a therapist is collaborating with clients to process their experiences, build resiliency, and become stronger advocates for themselves.


At Emerge we don’t just treat your addictions. We are here to help you heal from the inside out. ☀️ We will help you face the difficult truths that alcohol and drugs hid for a long time.


We get to decide how we show up for our life and not everyone will understand what we have gone through. 💟 Allowing yourself to feel emotions and garnering the skills to work through the tough ones open more doors to authenticity than struggling through the pain does. Love yourself enough to allow yourself to heal from trauma.


You can have a positive effect on how people feel, but you can not control it. ☀️ It is not your responsibility to make anyone else’s day besides your own. So make yourself a little sunshine


On our way back from exploring alongside . 🚣🏼‍♀️🚣🏻 Like we say... sober not boring!


On our way back from an amazing time exploring with 🚣🏼‍♀️🚣🏻


Honored we got the chance to visit with and . 🌿 It’s amazing to see what they’re doing for recovery out here!

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What one do you need to remind yourself of today? 💟


Don’t let the world rush you through what takes time. ✨ Time will not stop, but you. an slow down to tend to your personal healing .

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Such a wonderful Saturday at 2022 🛼🤸🏼‍♀️🧘🏼‍♀️🏆🔮

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We may be waiting for an ‘aha’ moment when sobriety feels easy. 🧠 Although it may happen, working, changing, and showing up are still necessary to do sober whole heartedly .


New gear 👈🏼💗


You can apply these realignment strategies to all your goals big or small. 🌿 When the going gets tough, take a breath and remember why you first started

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Another amazing TAAP State Conference! Thank you to all the professionals we got to connect with. ✨✨ Special thank you to Ocean Recovery for hosting a wonderful dinner with us!



Sober does not mean you have had to sacrifice anything. 🧩 Living in a prison of drugs and alcohol is sacrificing everything


Why not let someone else take over for awhile? 🦋 Trust is hard but it can be done. Trust your program, trust people’s lives experiences with recovery, and trust your higher power .


Wonderful tour at Plum Creek Recovery Ranch with the gals 💁🏼‍♀️. Thank you for having us, Ian Brown.

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You’re not the problem, but you can be the solution. 🌸 You are allowed to live in a world where you get to choose your responses not your triggers. Working through the layers can help you unravel what years of trauma has damaged .

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