Understanding the benefits of using contemporary cognitive behavioral therapy to help people get better faster.
RECOVERY IS MUCH MORE THAN SOBRIETY AND ABSTINENCE. REMOVING THE ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS IS THE ESSENTIAL STARTING POINT FOR NEW LEARNING TO OCCUR. RECOVERY IS WHAT GETS ADDED IN TO TAKE THE PLACE OF THE TIME AND ENERGY THAT SUBSTANCES USED TO OCCUPY. DIFFERENT PEOPLE NEED DIFFERENT HELP AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF THEIR RECOVERY EVOLUTION. IT TAKES MORE THAN ONE BRICK FOR A SOLID FOUNDATION.
Contact me. Let me help you decide what kind of program would best suit you. My specialty is addictions counseling and behavior change, especially for people diagnosed with both substance use and mental health disorders. I am familiar with 12 step programs and love working with people in long term recovery to expand their program to new levels. I continue to work in local addiction treatment centers- interacting with people throughout the spectrum of care, from their first day of detox to completion of long term treatment programs. I have been trained in contemporary cognitive behavioral therapies through the Duke "Advanced Blended Learning Curriculum for Contemporary Cognitive Behavioral Therapies". I also teach meditation and stress reduction for anyone or any group based on the MBSR model made famous by Jon Kabat Zinn. I offer professional development courses in cognitive behavioral therapies and mindfulness to professionals working to deliver therapy in Charlotte and other treatment and support services to combat the epidemic of addiction in Charlotte.
I completed my training to be a Qualified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher via the University of California San Diego's Center for Mindfulness. I have previously taken other MBSR teacher training courses through the University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness, training with Saki Santorelli, Judson Brewer, and Florence Meleo Meyer. I also completed the five day "Coming To Our Senses" retreat with MBSR founder Jon Kabat Zinn. I have taught MBSR classes in North Carolina and South Carolina. I currently teach 4 mindfulness classes per week. Treatment agencies interested in adding mindfulness groups to their inpatient or outpatient treatment settings can contact me by phone at 704-526-8242 or email email@example.com
I am available to conduct mindfulness workshops, professional workshops for continuing education credits on mindfulness and contemporary cognitive behavioral therapy, case consultation for clinicians, and workshops and classes within retreat settings upon request. Contact me for scheduling availability.
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