Printable 2018 Meeting Schedule / Flyer

The 2018 Meeting Schedule is ready! Click (here) or on the image above to download and print. (NOTE: ALL MEETINGS 7-9pm with a brief break halfway through)

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December 2018 Meetings

December 13th – 7-9pm Harborview Research and Training Building (300 9th Ave) - There will be signs on the entry door/window with further instructions as building access process has changed. December 27nd – 7-9pm UW Medical Center (1959 NE Pacific Street – Plaza Cafe Conference rooms) - For the first time in several years we'll... Continue Reading →

Context of Recovery

Just added a video to our video suggestion page. (See them all here) "7 Practices for Recovery and a Life Well-Lived" Kelly Wilson is one of the founding contributors to ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and a strong advocate for teaching and coaching Psychological Flexibility. Here's his introduction to this fantastic video I strongly encourage... Continue Reading →

Want to play a game?

    If the words "down" "off" "depressed" "under the weather" "stressed" "anxious" and "restless" didn't exist what words would you use to describe how you felt? Vague language is often used because we aren't fully willing to face (or disclose) what's really bothering us. That's a shame because we'll never be able to formulate... Continue Reading →

What do you tell yourself?

We learn a lot from talking to other people. Outside perspectives shine light on things we haven't noticed or maybe haven't fully considered. But the most important person we have conversations with is ourselves. How we frame our own outlook can empower us to endure setbacks or defeat us before we get started. Consider printing... Continue Reading →

Understanding Cause & Affect

The internet is a tricky place to go for medical information. New information replace old at the speed of ones connection, and legit information competes for clicks with provocative claims and outright lies. It's easy to find someone who'll tell us what we already believe. To avoid adding to the confusion I feel a certain... Continue Reading →

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