Canceled – The Addiction Game – See description for a link to the next event.
Thursday, Jul 25th
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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July 25th Canceled
August 28th available for purchase here:
Clinical Counselor Craig Thomas McAdams will facilitate The Addiction Game: A Surprisingly Fun, Interactive Way To Kick Your Habits; an ironically addictive board game designed to simulate the process of dropping any habit that you choose. No habit is too small or big for this game! Learn about Resources, Triggers, Cravings and Community while leaning on your teammates for support in this fast-paced word game. Think of it as playing “Recovery Charades” while becoming aware of your habits and walking away with tangible skills to help you choose your responses to the world around you.
Craig Thomas McAdams, MA, LPCC
Currently, Craig Thomas has a private practice called SuperNova Counseling and is the Education Coordinator, managing the David Loughridge Learning Center, at Meow Wolf Santa Fe. For several years Craig Thomas has taught Group Dynamics and other courses for graduate students in the Art Therapy and Counseling programs at Southwestern College. In the past, he provided consultation for the Developmental Disabilities Waiver in New Mexico, and was a Clinical Counselor with Southwest Family Guidance Center. Also, Craig Thomas is a Professional Actor with the O’Agency in New Mexico, and his credits include CW’s The Messengers, Netflix’s Longmire and interactive performance at Meow Wolf.
His experience includes 8 years of working in the addictions recovery field, including inpatient and outpatient groups in both Espanola and Santa Fe Recovery Center; and 8 years of counseling children, families and couples, including methods such as CBT, DBT, REBT, Narrative Therapy, AEDP, and Guided Mindfulness Practices addressing Trauma, Grief, Addiction, Anger Management and Behavioral Strategies.
Craig Thomas got his BA in Political Science with a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies from Bowling Green State University in 2009, including cultural and poverty immersion trips to the South Bronx, Navajo Nation, and Matamoros, MX.