Recovery Across the Lifespan

May 02, 2017 6:00 PM
Aquinas Hall Theatre

Recovery Across the Lifespan

Recovery Across the Lifespan

We all have challenges across our lifespan. How do the challenges of treating addiction or beating an addiction differ at each stage in the life course? How do I know whether I need recovery or not? Do we need different tools for recovery to address each stage in life?  All addictions share certain traits and challenges. In this presentation and discussion, we’ll explore the “addict” inside each of us, discuss the core struggle all individuals wrestling with addictions have in common, and investigate the challenges recovering individuals face in each stage of the life course. Whether you’re an individual recovering from an addiction, a treatment professional, a student, or a person coping with an addicted family member or friend, all people face obstacles -- right here, right now -- and we always will. Together, we’ll explore ways to overcome obstacles in our lives as we consider new ways to support others as they overcome theirs - no matter how old they are when they start."

Keynote speaker Mark Bryan is the author or co-author of successful books, workshops, and training materials that address several “recovery” issues, including creativity, family relationships, and money. 

He is a Harvard trained educator and an original member of Oprah’s “Change Your Life” team (with Suze Ormann and Dr. Phil). Mark’s books include: 

The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity (by Julia Cameron (with Mark Bryan).

The Artist’s Way at Work: Riding the Dragon (Co-authored with Julia Cameron),

Money Drunk/Money Sober: 90 Days Toward Financial Freedom (Co-authored with Julia Cameron). 

The Prodigal Father: Reuniting Fathers and Their Children (Author)

Codes of Love: How to Re-Think Your Family and Re-Make Your Life (Author). 

Mark’s client list includes the United Nations, many non-profits, and senior leadership at Fortune 500 companies. 

Please join us on Tuesday, May 2nd at 6pm
Aquinas Theatre at Mount Saint Mary College

Mark Bryan