FREE Introduction to Mindful Recovery
Monday June 19, 2017 @ 1-2:00 PM
Mindfulness can be a key component of successful recovery It is the skill that gives you choice. Instead of the automatic thinking, feeling and behaving that comes from conditioning, habits, cravings and addictions you can choose to think, feel and do more that fits with who you really are.
In this free introduction, you’ll learn about some of the ways Mindfulness can be used to facilitate recovery from a variety of addictions, including alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling, technology and more.
6 Week Series: Mindful Recovery
Starts Monday July 3, 2017 @ 1-2:30 PM
This class series will help you explore and develop mindful strategies for dealing with and overcoming addictions to substances and behavioral addictions. Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention and Mindful Self-Compassion practices offer tools, a process, a treatment and a path to healing. Mindfulness and compassion skills and strategies can work along with and even enhance other recovery efforts such as your work with a therapist, medical doctor, rehab, or anonymous group. This class series will help you better understand and work with your own addictions or help you in your relationship with someone who is struggling with an addiction.
Mindful Recovery can help you be more present and empowered in your life, exploring root causes, conditioned beliefs and patterns that may have limited you. This class can help you discover resources you have within yourself for living a life of greater peace and fulfillment.
Teacher – Alla Poberesky
Alla Poberesky is a UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) Certified Mindfulness Facilitator and is also trained in Mindful Self-Compassion from UCSD’s School of Medicine. She is a Registered Alcohol and Drug trainee, a mindfulness-based counselor, and meditation coach providing services both privately and at inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment centers.
Alla offers a mindfulness-based process that helps people become more present and empowered in their lives, uncovering the root causes, conditioned beliefs and patterns that hold them back and cultivating self-compassion, self-understanding, and self-acceptance.