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Television and radio personality Casey Scott has taken the first step – he’s confronting addiction. Now what? Join Casey on his journey to being a better person, one day at a time, on Project Recovery, new from KSL Podcasts.

With the expert help of licensed psychologist Dr. Matt Woolley, Casey’s struggle may remind you of your own. Whether you’re addicted to alcohol, drugs, social media, fast food, pornography- this podcast won’t make you stop.

That’s up to you. But if you want help, or you want to help someone you love, subscribe for free to Project Recovery wherever you get your podcasts.

Dr. Matt Woolley is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Utah. He specializes in anxiety, personality, cognitive, and learning disorders. He works with individuals and families on these and other challenging issues every day.

Trained in meditation and mindfulness, Dr. Matt deploys both traditional techniques and modern mindfulness applications with professional athletes and business executives and individuals with addictions. He is a regular guest on TV, radio, and podcasts as well as a writer and public speaker. He and Casey have been friends for eight years.

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You can catch up on the latest episode of the Project Recovery podcast below!