Founder, Co-Owner, Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor/Registered Addiction Specialist
Scott Kiloby is a noted author, sought-after speaker, and passionate expert on the subject of mindfulness and authentic spiritual awakening as it is taught in the East. He is the author of seven books on the subject and has traveled the world extensively giving lectures, workshops and intensives. He is a California Registered Addiction Specialist as well as a licensed attorney. He is the co-developer of a new model of addiction recovery that is based on mindfulness/inquiry and unconditional love. This new model discards the shame, stigma, judgment and punishment that has been a part of addiction treatment for 50 years. Scott is the co-founder of the Kiloby Center for Recovery in Palm Springs California, the first addiction, anxiety, depression and trauma Intensive Outpatient Program in the U.S. to focus primarily on mindfulness. Scott is also the co-founder of the Natural Rest House in La Quinta, California, the first primarily mindfulness-based detox and residential center in the U.S. Both facilities focus on Scott’s new model of recovery. Scott and his team are currently working on expanding his program to other states.
Scott is also the inventor of Mindful Pain Management, an app that acts as an interface between physicians and chronic pain patients to help patients more mindfully treat chronic pain. This app is a step towards helping to solve the heroin epidemic by helping patients treat pain without becoming addicted to painkillers (addiction to painkillers is one of the leading causes of heroin addiction).
Scott is also the founder of two mindfulness/inquiry training programs: Living Inquiries Community, a training program and group of trained facilitators who work with people in over 12 different countries, and the Natural Rest Advanced Mindfulness (NRAM) training program which focuses on the new and latest developments in Scott’s work. Scott’s training programs train therapists, counselors, mindfulness teachers, coaches and lay-people in very simple, direct and effective mindfulness methods.