The Balancing Act® Talks Overcoming Addiction, Preventative Pet Care and College Tips
February 10, 2016
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Transformations Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers, VIP Petcare, West Texas A&M take center stage on February 11, 2016 on Lifetime®.
(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – February 10, 2016) The Balancing Act® welcomes experts on addiction treatment, keeping pets healthy and being successful in college, Thursday, February 11 and February 18, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®.
Don’t miss these special guests on The Balancing Act:
Starting the Healing Process – with Transformations Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers
Transformations Treatment Centers is a caring and supportive addiction treatment program where clients takethe first steps on their journey toward healthy living. Upon arrival, clients go through an individualized screening process to identify who could benefit from unique services like a serenity bed and/or brain paint. Next, an individualized program is developed to help the client change their way of thinking and actually create new neuropathways in the brain to help overcome addiction. This holistic approach to treatment is led by highly-trained, master-level therapists who guide each client through each step of the 12-step program. For many, it’s where healing begins, relationships are repaired and life becomes enjoyable again. If you, or someone you know is struggling with addiction, go to www.transformationstreatment.center/.
Keeping Pets Happy, Healthy and Safe – with VIP Petcare
Preventive health is not only good for people—but for pets as well! Will Santana, Founder and CEO preventative veterinary care provider, VIP Petcare, and Dr. Katryna Fleer, the company’s Medical Director, join The Balancing Act to discuss the importance of pet wellness, preventive health, vaccinations and more. VIP Petcare provides a wide variety of preventative services, all administered by a licensed veterinarian. Tune in to have all your questions answers and visit www.vippetcare.com/ for more information.
Making the Most of College – with West Texas A&M
For many students, heading off to college is all about freedom – freedom from rules, freedom from parents and freedom from school! Unfortunately, this mentality can be their downfall. The Balancing Act welcomes back the pros at West Texas A&M for more tips on staying on track. Tanner Robertson, PhD, an Assistant Professor at the university, stresses the importance of attending class. In the professional world, you’re not always going to want to go to work, but that doesn’t change the fact that you have to. Getting in the habit of never missing a class helps students develop a pattern of consistency. Therefore, when making a schedule, students should choose class times that will set them up for success. Secondly, Robertson recommends getting to know your professors on a more personal level. Opening up about your passions and interests can help them enhance your learning opportunities at the university, and down the road, connect you to their professional network. For more information, go to www.wtamu.edu.
About The Balancing Act®
Entering its 8th season, The Balancing Act continues to empower women in all aspects of their lives. The mission at The Balancing Act is simple – to help today’s modern woman balance it all by bringing them positive solutions to enrich and empower them. Entertaining, educational and trusted by women, viewers can tune in to America’s premier morning show The Balancing Act on weekday mornings Monday through Friday at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime television. For additional information or to view a segment visit: www.thebalancingact.com.
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