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The Kiloby Center for Recovery offers ongoing support for the families of those with addictions, whether or not that family member is participating at the center.

Kiloby Center Family Services Online Support Program
Meeting every Sunday

We provide professional facilitation to support and educate all family members about everyone’s role in addiction. Our online group program is not simply learning about ideas and terminology. We integrate a sophisticated family systems approach with a weekly practice group which enables the whole family to change. The chances of a newly sober family member remaining symptom-free is exponentially increased if the whole family is involved in treatment and engaging in new behaviors. Addiction is a family affair and everyone benefits from learning and growth.

In order to become a more functional sober family and support sobriety for the long-term, families benefit from not only learning the theory behind what makes family’s function better, but also learning about the anxiety that motivates their helping behavior. By integrating role play, family systems theory, breathing practices (to strengthen the nervous system) and the Living Inquiries we get at the root of habitual behavior that underlies the addictive family patterns.

For more information go to http://kilobycenter.com/family-program

View the Events Calendar for full details of the Sunday event.


 

 

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Radical Recovery – Innovation In The Treatment Of Addiction

The Radical Recovery Summit held in September 2017 was an exciting gathering of leaders in the recovery field sharing their innovative approaches to the exploding epidemic of addiction in the many forms it takes. Keynote speakers included: Scott Kiloby, Tommy Rosen, Robert Weiss, Rick Hanson, Richard Miller, Pati Hernandez, Nikki Myers, John Dupuy, and Gabor Maté.

In this Summit, we get to the real root of addiction and radical recovery and healing.

“Prepare for the Radical Recovery Summit to pierce your heart over and over as each speaker reveals their compassionate understanding of addiction, fueled by trauma, and healed by loving presence.”

“The interviewees make up such a wonderful cornucopia of compassion, generosity, innovation and wisdom.”

You can still get access to the 2017 Radical Recovery Summit Package of videos from all 24 speakers for only $39 US dollars for an entire year. AND this fee includes a new interview happening every month.

AND each of the new Monthly Interviews below is available FREE for 48 hours from its date of transmission.


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Events are shown in Pacific Time (PT) on the Events calendar. Check the details for other time zones such as Eastern Time (ET), GMT (UK time) , Central European Time (CET) or go to http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ or https://www.timeanddate.com/ to check out the equivalent time for your own location.

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 Radical Recovery
The Monthly Interview Series 


The June Monthly Interview

Trauma of Invisibility

With Beck Gee-Cohen
Friday June 15th – Watch free 48 hours

Beck Gee-Cohen, MA LADC, is originally from the Los Angeles Area and has found his way back to LA after about 20 years living in various places across the US. Beck has a passion for working with the LGBTQ+ community and has years of experience doing so. He has written articles and papers directly addressing the need for training staff on LGBTQ+ communities. Beck has spoken nationally at various conferences regarding LGBTQ+ communities. He has created programming for LGBTQ+ specific treatment programs, is on the Board of the GEMS Conference and Cultivate Farms, and works closely with LGBTQ+ sober communities around the country. Beck has over 12 years of personal recovery and continues to address concerns of equality and acceptance of LGBTQ+ in sober communities.

Learn more about his work:

BGC Consulting

Clips from his interview:

Trauma of LGBT+ Invisibility   

Meaning and Joy in Life

Be sure to watch Friday June 15th

Listen free to the interview for 48 hours or purchase as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.

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Events are shown in Pacific Time (PT) on the Events calendar. Check the details for other time zones such as Eastern Time (ET), GMT (UK time) , Central European Time (CET) or go to http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ or https://www.timeanddate.com/ to check out the equivalent time for your own location.

Interviews From Previous Months

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The October Monthly Interview

Mindfulness and Long Term Recovery – Kiloby Center Aftercare Team

Scott Kiloby, Director of the Kiloby Center for Recovery and Julianne Eanniello, co-owner of the Kiloby Center speak on a panel with three Living Inquiries facilitators who provide long term aftercare and support for recovery: Lisa Meuser, Robert Butler and Brian Adler. The interview is part of the Radical Recovery Summit monthly interviews and is moderated by the Summit host, Lynn Fraser.

Their wide-ranging conversation includes speaking about lighting a fire for recovery within people, healing underlying trauma, readiness and how they create safety for people to explore and heal at the deep levels needed for radical recovery and true freedom.

Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.

Bios here (link to pdf): https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-33iPvZXmoJbklsUnkzaE9FSW8


The November Monthly Interview

 Intervention 911: Ken Seeley

Interviewed by Lynn Fraser

Ken Seeley works to save lives every day as the founder of Intervention 911, one of the most prominent and successful private intervention services in the US. This is an engaging interview with a pioneer in intervention and long term recovery support.

Ken Seeley has remained professionally and personally involved in recovery since his sobriety date of July, 14, 1989. As an intervention specialist he applies his relevant experience and boundless enthusiasm to profoundly change the lives of people who suffer from the disease of addiction – for addicts, the addict’s family, and their friends.

Ken is featured on the Emmy Award Winning and 2015 Emmy Nominated A&E television series “Intervention”. He is often asked to speak on addiction, Ken was honored to present to the British Parliament on “Intervention and the Continuum of Care” to help create lasting recovery for those suffering from this disease.

 Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.


The December Monthly Interview

Using Mindfulness to Stay Clean and Sober Through the Holidays

With Scott Kiloby

Holiday seasons are a time of increased stress for many people. There can be both financial and time pressures as we cope with social gatherings, travel and gifts. There might be complex negotiations within our family. It can be a time of intense loneliness, anxiety and despair. The holidays can trigger old family traumas as well as compulsions around food, alcohol and other drugs.

Join Scott Kiloby to learn practical mindfulness tools to help support you through the stressors of family get-togethers, time, travel, money and social drinking during holiday seasons.

Here’s a link to a 3 minute video of Scott Kiloby and Lynn Fraser talking about why it can be so difficult to be around family, especially during the added pressure of major holidays.

Preview YouTube video Feelings Like Loneliness During Family HolidaysFeelings Like Loneliness During Family Holidays

Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.

 


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The January Monthly Interview

Trauma, the 12 Steps and Expressive Arts 

With Dr Jamie Marich

Dr Jamie Marich is a counselor, trauma specialist, expressive arts therapist, EMDR trainer and the creator of Dancing Mindfulness. Dr. Jamie’s latest book (co-authored with a Dr. Stephen Dansiger, a Buddhist therapist we interviewed in our September 2017 Summit) is EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care. Jamie talks about her own years of recovery from trauma and addiction and the incredible programs she has developed to support people in recovery.

Learn more about Jamie here http://www.drjamiemarich.com/ 

Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.


The February Monthly Interview

Addiction, Awareness and Recovery

With Joan Tollifson

Joan Tollifson is interested in seeing through the imaginary problems that we think are binding us and waking up to the aliveness of this moment, exactly as it is. Her bare-bones approach is open, direct, immediate and down-to-earth. What can we know for sure, beyond all doubt? Where does the self begin and end and what is it? These are the kinds of questions Joan invites people to explore and to remain in the openness of not knowing.

This fascinating interview dips into Joan’s years of addiction and recovery, 1960’s activism, shadow, finding meditation and her recent cancer diagnosis.

Learn more about Joan here http://www.joantollifson.com/

Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.


The March Monthly Interview

Integral Recovery, Shame and Forgiveness

With Dr Bob Weathers

Known to his clients and students as simply “Dr. Bob,” he has committed the past nearly 40 years of his professional life to providing counseling and coaching to clients from around the world, along with teaching and training graduate-level mental health providers at several southern California universities.

Bob was a self-described “goody two-shoes” whose addictive behaviors got out of control in his forties and he lost everything. His life now is dedicated to recovery, mindfulness, deep forgiveness practices and Living Amends.

Learn more about Bob here.

 Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.


The April Monthly Interview

Addiction, Recovery and Reframing Trauma

With Dr William Horton

Dr. William D. Horton, Psy.D, CADC, CI, MH, is considered by many to be the world’s Leading Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Trainer and is a Licensed Psychologist, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and Master Hypnotist.

Dr. Horton used NLP and Hypnosis to overcome alcohol addiction. He is the founder of NFNLP, the National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Programming and the creator of several best selling home study courses on NLP and Hypnosis.

Learn more about Will here.

Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.


The May Monthly Interview

Behavior Change

With Antonia Montoya

 

Antonia Montoya is a Certified Health Education Specialist and works with people on behavior change. Motivational interviewing and gratitude practices are foundational in her work. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and works in person and online consulting, leading workshops and individual health and wellness coaching. Her clients focus on gratitude and learn from their successes in order to make the positive changes they want in their lives. She is the creator of Our Gratitude Collective. Click on the links below to learn more about her work:

Thriving Through Sobriety

Our Gratitude Collective

Video clips from her interview:

Motivational Interviewing and Recovery

Gratitude in Recovery

Purchase this interview as part of the Radical Recovery Summit package.