Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention
We are all recovering from something. It is said that “we are spirits, having a human experience”. We live, we love, we have a loss and we suffer from aging, betrayal, and disease, like cancer, addiction, or something else. But, how do we recover? How do we find meaning in the face of loss, challenges, and obstacles, and commit 100% to live?
When we are challenged we can throw in the towel, lick our wounds and get negative. Or look to find more meaning, by using loss and betrayal as an opportunity to go deep and gain healthy self-reflection. The questions we all ask are why, why me, now what, what am I supposed to do?
Through collaboration, we work together to increase awareness, to shine the light on obstacles, relationships, and guide the process, with mindfulness and support. We first-hand experience with all types of life-recovery issues, to include cancer, substance addictions and co-dependent, dysfunctional family systems.
Our goal is to help you build a new awareness for your body, mind, and spirit. With an ongoing mindfulness-based practice we believe you can strengthen your “mental muscles” and ability to be more aware of each and every moment, the “present”. With these new muscles, you are able to better manage emotional triggers and thoughts. With compassion, you can gain more recognition, acceptance, insight and nurturing.
We provide counseling, coaching and mobility tools that can help you to connect and enhance your awareness. We do this through our ongoing mindfulness practice, self-reflection and our constant practice, which increases our ability to recognize and choose behaviors and outcomes. If you are starting, or already on the road to recovery, we help you make a difference in your life. With self-reflection, individuals go on a journey of self-exploration that includes personal values; taking account of situations; reviewing thoughts, feelings, and actions; and exploring options and priorities. Various tools and processes encourage acceptance, rather than struggle with experiences and situations. Individuals continually come back to grounding their motivations and life direction to their values. We explore values as they impact lives in various ways (emotionally, physically, socially, intellectually, relationships, etc.)