Resiliency: The Art and Science of Living Well in Recovery

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May 19, 2015

Lorie Obernauer, Ph.D.

resiliency-webinarMay 19th, 2015, Noon – 1p.m. ET
1 CEU available
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Resiliency is defined as the ability to spring back into shape. When we are resilient, we can rebound from setbacks, adversity and change. In our recovery programs, resiliency can help us embrace the ups and downs of everyday life. The good news is that we can pro-actively, build resiliency and set ourselves up to live with more positivity, enthusiasm, and happiness.
In this webinar, you will learn proactive strategies, supported by science, for building your resilience and fully embracing your new life in recovery.


Lorie Obernauer, Ph.D., founder and president of LO Group, Inc. provides consultation and coaching services to organizations and individuals in the area of addiction recovery management. Consultation services for addiction treatment organizations focus on the design, development, and implementation of robust recovery support and alumni services programs. In her recovery coaching practice, Lorie offers recovery education to clients, empowering them to create a joyful, balanced life in recovery.
In her past position at CeDAR, Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation, Lorie pioneered an innovative Recovery Support Services program that includes recovery education for patients and recovery coaching services for alumni. Lorie is also the founder of TPAS, Treatment Professional in Alumni Services, a national organization that champions treatment center alumni professionals and long term recovery support initiatives.

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