Eddie Golub, LCSW

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Eddie Golub

Eddie received his graduate degree from the University of Utah with an emphasis in mental health. As a licensed clinician, with over 15 years of experience working in residential and outpatient communities, he has striven to improve his clients’ lives through his emphasis in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and mindfulness training.

Eddie implements a mindful, dynamic, and existential paradigm into the therapeutic experience while helping clients notice, address, and overcome barriers to their personal growth. His focus on creating a safe and rewarding environment for emotional healing and expression has been reported by clients to be one of the more enriching experiences of their lives.

Recent Posts

  • Your Guide to Coping Skills for Substance Abuse

    Substance abuse affects people of all ages from all walks of life — and while 10 percent of U.S. adults have drug use disorder at some point in their lives, 75 percent do not receive any form of treatment. Addiction is a brain disease, one that is closely linked to poor trauma and poor mental … Continued

  • Signs That You’re Enabling an Addict

    “Enabling is helping a person in a way that feeds the dysfunction. Helping is being there for someone in a way that does not support the dysfunction.” — Dr. Noelle Nelson Addiction is a family disease. If you have a loved one that is suffering from addiction, you know this all too well. Whether a … Continued

  • Neuroplasticity: What It Is and What It Has to Do With Addiction

    What is Neuroplasticity? The brain is one the most complex organs in the human body. It is composed of synapses, or small structures that neurons use to communicate with each another. Over time, some synapse connections can grow stronger, while others weaken as we get older. Because our brains are so adaptable, they change according … Continued

  • Sober Summer: 7 Tips for Fun in the Sun

    What Dangers Does Summer Bring for Those in Recovery? Summer brings its own challenges for those in substance abuse and addiction recovery. More people get together outdoors and have special events like weddings and birthdays. With these activities, there’s more temptation to enjoy a few drinks and enjoy the summertime sun. After all, no one … Continued

  • The Dangers of Fentanyl and Addiction

    What is Fentanyl? Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid. Producers make it in a lab and chemically modify it to be stronger than other opioids such as heroin or morphine. Doctors prescribe it to patients in severe pain, most commonly after serious surgeries. Although fentanyl is present in a number of legal prescriptions, it’s now increasingly … Continued

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