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The Radical Recovery Summit is 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.

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Speakers

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Scott Kiloby

Scott Kiloby is an author and international speaker on the subject of freedom through non-dual realization, a Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor/Registered Addiction Specialist, Director of the Kiloby Center for Recovery, Inc. and Founder of the Living Inquiries Community.

Scott’s message is simple:

Rest. Inquire. Enjoy Life.

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Dr. Gabor Maté

A renowned speaker, and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development.

Rather than offering quick-fix solutions to these complex issues, Dr. Maté weaves together scientific research, case histories, and his own insights and experience to present a broad perspective that enlightens and empowers people to promote their own healing and that of those around them.

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John is the founder of Integral Recovery, has published various articles on the subject, and his book Integral Recovery: A Revolutionary Approach to the Treatment of Alcoholism and Addiction won the 2013 USA Best Book Award. John is a pioneer in using brain entrainment technology clinically for the treatment of addiction, depression, and other mental disorders.

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Tommy (himself in long-term recovery) has a mission of teaching how to recover from addiction and thrive in one’s life of recovery. Recovery 2.0 is a global movement that embraces an holistic approach to recovery from addiction of all kinds. The community honors all effective paths to recovery and emphasizes the importance of mind-body practices such as yoga and meditation, athletics, nutrition and community as part of an effective path to recovery and joy in life.

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Nikki Myers

Through treatment for a substance addiction in 1987, I was introduced to the 12-step program. It absolutely saved my life. I returned to school, co-founded a business, and co-authored a patent. It was after a second relapse that I realized at least for me, there had to be a union between the cognitive approach to addiction recovery offered by 12-step programs, and the somatic approach to healing offered through yoga. Y12SR is just that.

It has been a big journey to reintegrate all parts of myself – to accept without judgement all the various experiences that make up my whole – and come to radical self-acceptance. There are many addicts in recovery just like me who are dealing with levels of disconnection that have roots way beyond the cognitive.

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Dr Rick Hanson

Rick Hanson, Ph. D, is a psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley and New York Times best-selling author of books including Hardwiring Happiness and Buddha’s Brain.

Dr. Rick Hanson has spent decades gathering research, information, practices, and other resources to help people just like you turn everyday experiences into a powerful sense of lasting well-being.

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Robert Weiss is a digital-age intimacy and relationships expert specializing in infidelity and addictions—in particular sex, porn, and love addiction. He is an internationally acknowledged clinician and expert on Oprah Winfrey Network and the NY and LA Times. He is Senior Vice President of National Clinical Development for Elements Behavioral Health, creating and overseeing addiction and mental health treatment programs for more than a dozen high-end treatment facilities. His best-selling books include Out Of The Doghouse, Cruise Control, and the classic Sex Addiction 101.

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Pati is a mother, activist, dancer, puppeteer and Dartmouth College professor. Her professional focus is the exploration of political and social problems through the arts. She is the Director of Telling My Story On Campus, an innovative program bringing together students from Dartmouth College with people in correctional facilities and rehab centers in a collaborative arts program.

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Richard Miller

iRest Yoga Nidra has been developed over the past forty-six years by Richard Miller, PhD, a clinical psychologist, author, researcher and yogic scholar, and is uniquely suitable for a Western audience. Extensive research has shown that iRest effectively supports the healing process across a broad range of populations. In June of 2010, iRest was endorsed by the US Army Surgeon General and Defense Centers of Excellence as a complementary and alternative medicine.

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beverly

Beverly Buncher is a Speaker, Family Recovery Life Coach, and Life Coach Trainer. She is the creator of the popular Be A Loving Mirror™ (BALM) Family Recovery Method. Recently dubbed “The Leading Family Recovery Coach in the Nation”, Bev is the go-to person for families looking to get their lives back while still helping their addicts get and stay in recovery.

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Charles Crenshaw

Charles holds a certificate of training for Alcohol & Substance Abuse counseling from the New School for Social Research in New York City. While in New York City, Charles worked on the staff of the Center for Holistic Medicine as a counselor, yoga therapist, Consulting Hypnotist, and biofeedback trainer, and was co-director of the Himalayan Institute of New York. Charles brings over 30 years of experience working with people in spiritual counseling and energy work to bear on his experience with EFT.

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Jan Winhall

Focusing is a contemplative practice that facilitates a state of integration between mind, emotion and body awareness. Jan is a Focusing Oriented Trauma Therapist who specializes in non pathologizing  ways of understanding and treating addiction. She created the Felt Sense Experience Model for working with issues of emotion regulation. She has written about the model in the recent publication “Emerging Practice in Focusing Oriented Psychotherapy.” She is an Adjunct Lecturer in The Faculty of Social Work at The University of Toronto.

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JUDy crane

My primary purpose through the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s was my addiction. It consumed me. By the grace of God I finally became sober in 1987. Since that moment, my life has been incredible and all of my children are in recovery of some sort.

I realized I had to heal my lifetime of emotional traumas. Most chronic relapsers struggle with emotional traumas and PTSD. The Refuge – A Healing Place was created. There was finally a place for emotional trauma survivors to heal! Now, through Spirit2Spirit, we now teach other clinicians how to work with emotional trauma survivors.

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Dr. Kay Vogt

Dr. Kay Vogt is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in California and Washington states. With Lynn Fraser she co-created the Kiloby Center online Family program. She specializes in working with individuals and business owning families.

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Dr. Kenneth Blum

Dr. Kenneth Blum is a world renowned and nationally recognized authority on addiction research & studies, with over 500 published articles and 16 books.  He is known from his study on the genetics of alcoholism in 1990. He works in the fields of neuropsychiatry and genetics, nutritional genetics, and pharmacogenetics. He has devoted his life to advancing scientific knowledge of the role of natural dopamine agonists as an anti-craving DNA directed therapeutic target for the prevention of relapse.

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Kimber Olson

Kimber Olson is Executive Director of an integrated trauma treatment, consultation and training center and a Diplomate through the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. She developed the video Pathway to Hope: Healing Child Sexual Abuse to help Native communities in Alaska understand and address the sexual abuse of children.  She presents internationally, through Alaska and in Indian Country on complex trauma, attachment, eating disorders and other addictions.

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Rob Rodriguez

Rob Rodriguez, family recovery therapist, has more than a decade of experience in the field of addiction treatment. He is passionate about helping families overcome the traumatic effects of substance use disorders. Having personally experienced the ravages of addiction on families, Rob is particularly sensitive to the plight of families dealing with behavioral health issues, and he’s thrilled to bring his skills and experience to his work at Family Recovery Resource Experts. He facilitates transformative, trauma-specific experiences for men struggling to overcome trauma.

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Ryan C. Van Wyk

Ryan C. Van Wyk, Psy.D, LP is a licensed psychologist practicing in Minnesota. He is an experienced clinician, presenter, and writer focused on the integration of trauma informed care approaches into the systems that most significantly impact people.  He currently maintains a clinical practice in St. Louis Park and St. Paul, Minnesota specializing in working with people whose lives have been impacted by trauma and who as a result have struggled with persistent dissociation, substance use issues, and eating disorder symptoms.  He is a behavioral health provider for the MN Army National Guard, with a current rank of Captain.  He is also the founder of MN Trauma Project, an organization that aims to increase awareness of trauma and its impact on individuals and communities and to increase accessibility to trauma informed care in the state of MN.

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lorenzo jones

Lorenzo Jones is the co-founder and co-executive director at the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice. He has more than 25 years of experience organizing communities make systemic change while developing, coaching, and mentoring community leaders for social justice. Jones’s leadership strategy focuses on teaching everyday people that they can make the change they want to see. He organized Create Change, an action group led primarily by people of color and people directly impacted by the failed war on drugs. Create Change works with people marginalized, criminalized, and locked out of the mainstream economy.

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Lynn Fraser

Lynn is a Senior Facilitator of Scott Kiloby’s Living Inquiries, a mindfulness inquiry to help you see through persistent self-identification with words, thoughts, feelings, memories and sensations. She teaches classes on the Living Inquiries, meditation, healing trauma, hosts a free daily online meditation and helps people become Friends With Their Mind.

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Nicole Marcia

Nicole Marcia teaches therapeutic yoga to trauma survivors struggling with addiction, depression and anxiety, teaching them healthy self-regulation to live connected and embodied lives. For 10 years she was Director of Therapeutic Yoga Programming at the Burnaby Center for Mental Health and Addictions. She trains professionals in the trauma-informed yoga theory and techniques required to support trauma survivors in their healing, long-term stability and recovery.

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Paul Hedderman

Paul has been involved with the recovery community since 1988 and has been leading workshops and holding talks for 18 years. Many of the talks are available on his website to listen to and download. He brings his two decades of experience with AA and his nondual insights into the very nature of thought and selfing to the issue of radical recovery which looks very ordinary day to day.

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Stephen Dansiger

Dr. Steve played CBGB and Max’s Kansas City in the late 70s; drank, played in a toy rock band and then got sober in the 80s; became an international educator and rocker again in the 90s; and a sought after clinician and meditation teacher in the 2000s. Dr. Steve has attempted to cure Marc Maron on WTF, become a master EMDR therapist and provider of Basic Training with the Institute for Creative Mindfulness, and with Noah Levine, helped set up the premiere Buddhist addictions rehab center, Refuge Recovery Centers. At Refuge Recovery Centers he has developed and instituted the MET(T)A Method, a design for addictions agency treatment using Buddhist Mindfulness and EMDR Therapy as the anchor.

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Tessie Castillo

Advocacy and Communications Coordinator, Raleigh, NC

Tessie Castillo has successfully advocated for several new laws pertaining to overdose prevention, naloxone access, law enforcement needle-stick injury prevention, and the legalization of syringe exchange programs. She writes on harm reduction, drug policy reform, criminal justice and law enforcement issues and has been published in Slate, Salon, The Fix, AlterNet, and The Huffington Post.

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