Free Yourself from the Bondage of Addiction
You don't have to be an alcoholic or drug addict to be suffering from addiction and addictive behaviors. I work with people struggling with obsessions other than drugs and alcohol. For instance, dietary and gambling obsessions.
Using Mindfulness-Based Recovery Coaching, I help you meet the goals you set for yourself.
I also facilitate weekly Mindfulness in Recovery meetings to help you make the most out of your recovery. Using the Mindfulness in Recovery Workbook, I also work privately with individuals and groups.
You will park on SW 11th St and enter the "Meeting Room" on the east side of the building.
Mindfulness in Recovery
If investigated, we will likely find that many are seeking recovery from some sort of addiction or traumatic event. Whether addicted to drugs, alcohol, food, gambling or pervasive thoughts from some traumatic event, many are suffering and are in need of help.
We are an inclusive recovery support program, open to anyone with a sincere desire for recovery. Our goal is to provide mindfulness activities and support to enhance the recovery of those who belong to 12-Step programs and to provide practical tools and resources for those who are not.
We welcome and support members of all faiths, spiritual traditions, and those not affiliated with any spiritual tradition. We do not promote any particular faith or belief system. It is our firm conviction that everyone, regardless of race, religion, gender, or orientation, deserves to live a meaningful and happy life in recovery. It is our belief that this can best be accomplished when people have the resources and tools to live a life they find meaningful. A life that is in alignment with their own values and allows them to flourish.
Discover more about the Mindfulness in Recovery program here.
We meet each Sunday at 10:30 AM in the Collegiate Recovery Community clubhouse in Dixon Lodge located at SW Jefferson and 11th on the Oregon State University campus. Access the meeting room from the east side of Dixon Lodge. If you have any questions or would like more specific information, please click the link below.
There are also Mindfulness in Recovery online meetings for Community members. You can join here.
"We do change and, more important, we can change consciously. We do not have to be a prisoner of old habits and beliefs that prevent us from growing in healthy and meaningful ways."
John Bruna, Essentail Guidedbook to Mindfulness in Recovery
We Have A 2020 Vision For You
I'm very excited to be facilitating an 11th Step workshop. This event is open anyone, however, it is designed for people who identify as being in recovery and associated with a 12 Step program of recovery.
We will primarily be focusing on the practice of meditation. We will, nevertheless, explore prayer and other helpful tools that can enhance your current 11th Step practice.
Coffee, tea and some food will be provided.
You are encouraged to bring snacks or a light brunch
Date and Time:
January 11th, 2020
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
3311 NW Polk Ave
$11 per person
covers space rental and supplies. Proceeds generated beyond expenses will be given back to AA
Workshop facilitation paid by
separate voluntary donation.
“Sought through prayer
and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.”