“The Really Good Recovery Series”

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“The Really Good Recovery Series”

March 26 @ 3:00 pm 4:00 pm

This panel is designed to explore the profound and often emotional shifts that happen in personal and professional relationships during one’s journey to sobriety. As individuals bravely step onto the path of recovery, they discover that their connections with others begin to transform in ways they never anticipated. Our panel will shed light on the improvements in relationships brought about by sobriety as well as tenderly address the hurdles—redefining boundaries, healing old wounds, and sometimes facing the pain of letting go. Attendees will receive guidance on how to gracefully navigate the emotional landscape of evolving relationships during recovery, emphasizing the power of support, empathy, and personal transformation in this deeply personal journey.

March Topic: “Healing Connections: Navigating the Heart of Relationships in Recovery”

The Really Good Moderator: Hilary Phelps

Hilary Phelps is a woman in long-term recovery, acknowledging 16 years this summer.  She is a speaker, an addiction recovery advocate and a holistic wellness coach. Her mission and purpose is to help other women find their voice and heal from anything that is holding them back from finding their purpose. Hilary lives in Arlington, Virginia with her son. 

Meet The Really Good Panel: Wynter Mitchell, Rachel Abrahamson, and Dr. David Crone

Wynter Mitchell is a versatile digital strategist, writer, and podcaster with a rich history of impactful community engagement. As the founder of Pablo Jobs, a digital consulting firm, she’s lent her expertise to renowned brands and influencers such as National Geographic, Goldman Sachs, and Jennifer Lopez. Co-host of the podcast Pop Rocket and co-executive producer of Waiting 2 X-Hale, Wynter has been featured in numerous publications and podcasts, including Cosmopolitan and NPR, for her insightful commentary on digital pop culture. Find her on Instagram @wynter and Twitter @wyntermitchell.

Rachel Paula Abrahamson is a writer and editor with 20 years of experience in the publishing industry. As a lifestyle reporter at TODAY.com, her job includes identifying engaging parenting stories, tracking down sources and writing copy that moves readers. Previously, Rachel was a senior editor at Us Weekly. Her bylines have been published in The New York Times, Redbook, Good Housekeeping and more. Rachel lives in the Boston area with her husband and their two daughters, and has been sober one day at a time since Jan. 1, 2023. You can find her on Instagram @rachelpaula and @wineandthefatgirl.

With over 25 years’ experience, Dr. Crone brings a wealth of knowledge on substance use disorders. A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in clinical psychology, Dr. Crone has presented extensively on a multitude of topics. He has been with Ashley Addiction Treatment for over eight years and private practice for twenty years. He draws on his time working for the Air Force, hospitals, and clinics, where he has had a rich history of varied experiences and populations to address the many challenges that come along in his work as a psychologist. He has extensive training in cognitive behavioral, and schema therapies, that he incorporates into his work.

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