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
The first phase of withdrawal from an addictive behavior or substance may only last from a few days to a few weeks. The second phase lasts several months to a year and the symptoms and discomfort are more emotional and psychological. It can be tough not to reach for...read more
This is certainly a fascinating article. In this post for The Atlantic, Kate Julian recounts the development of drinking through time and makes some interesting statements. For one, she says that "The Mayflower landed at Plymouth Rock because, the crew feared, the...read more
Choosing the Path to Take: Camino de Santiago Within our 8 weeks together, meeting weekly and gaining plenty of tools and resources, you will be well on your way to the life you dream of and the freedom and well-being you deserve! Each week's modules build on the...read more
A recent study looked at before and after drinking patterns and found that the average person’s drinks per day had increased 27 percent; heavy drinkers were drinking 21 percent more and binge drinking had increased 26 percent. They also found that being female or...read more
There is increasing recognition that many addictive behaviors start in childhood, when we search for ways outside of ourselves to soothe our anxieties, sadness and pain. Our She's on the Way Back support group next Sunday will include a powerful hypnotic visualization...read more
Do you drink to relax? You might be low in GABA. Do you drink to have fun? You might be low in serotonin. Do you drink to connect and engage with others? You might be low in dopamine. Take a look at this short video to find out how this nutritionist wellness expert...read more