Welcome to She’s On The Way Back!
Alcohol recovery for women – that works!
Women often drink in different ways and for different reasons than men. Our bodies metabolize it differently, also. So, it makes sense that what truly supports us to recover may be quite different than what men need. This group is tailor-made with evidence-based perspectives and tools that have been demonstrated to really work for us! It’s not to take the place of any program you may already be connected with, but be a complement for additional reinforcement.
From empowering life-giving affirmations to nutritional information to sharing our challenges, to guided visualizations to creating the life we’ve always wanted and deserved, our evenings will be powerful times for healing, learning, self-nurture and creativity. I’m looking forward to sharing the tools and resources that I have discovered on my own journey, as well as the tools I have been trained to offer as a Certified SMART Recovery Facilitator and in the cutting-edge Alcohol Freedom with Hypnotherapy Program.
From The Blog
So, so sad-Russell Brand on Phillip Seymour Hoffman- In spite of his life seeming superficially great, in spite of all the praise and accolades, in spite of all the loving friends and family, there is a predominant voice in the mind of an addict that supersedes all...read more
Saying When: How to quit drinking or cut down...read more
My favorite-1. MY SENSES ARE HEIGHTENED X1000Wow I feel everything with a noticeable heightened sensitivity. This includes emotions, muscle pain, sense of smell, hearing, and taste. My nose is so sensitive to smells I am ALWAYS saying “it smells like ___ in here”,...read more
I wish AA worked, it just doesn't, despite being mimicked as the way to recover from every malady and bad habit you can think of. If it truly was the way to a new lifestyle America would look like a very different place. A new book by Lance Dodes, MD, "The Sober...read more
David Colman wrote a fascinating article last week , in the New York Times, Challenging the Second A in A.A., discussing the opposing, strong opinions about AA's insistence on maintaining member anonymity. Below are some of the highlights. The timing is interesting,...read more
Do you find yourself assuring yourself that you will never allow yourself to feel so miserable again. You realize fully that last night, once again, you seem to have forgotten how lousy overdrinking makes you feel. You well know your limit, but somehow, when the...read more