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“The Really Good Recovery Series”

April 30 @ 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.

April is Stress Awareness Month, and we’re here to tackle a topic that touches all of us, especially those on the journey to recovery: managing stress. Join us for a down-to-earth panel discussion where our experts will share real, actionable ways to keep stress from derailing your progress. We’ll talk about why keeping stress in check is key to avoiding relapse, and how it helps you maintain a happier, healthier lifestyle. You’ll get practical tips for everyday situations, like using mindfulness to stay calm or building a supportive community that keeps you strong. Whether you’re working on your own recovery or supporting someone else, this panel is your chance to learn how to handle life’s pressures with grace. Come connect with us, learn from our experts, and take home strategies that you can start using right away to feel better and stay focused on your recovery goals.

April Topic: Managing Stress

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.