November 30, 2017 6:30 pm
The disease of addiction causes those suffering to isolate from friends, family, and their community. That’s why in recovery, it is so important to rebuild and create connections with others. We will explore the different ways to create new connections and build new relationships in recovery. Brené Brown describes these three keys to connection: courage, vulnerability, and authenticity. These three keys, combined with the principles of a 12-Step program, will lead an individual to a life of whole-hearted living.
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Plymouth Meeting Community Center
2910 Jolly Road, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Martha Meehan-Cohen, Director of Advancement, Ashley Addiction Treatment
Martha joined Ashley in August of 2013 as a major gift officer and has since taken responsibility for oversight of several departments. As an Ashley Alum, a person in long term recovery, and a professional well connected to the latest information available, she is uniquely qualified to bring both industry and personal expertise to the subject of substance use disorders, treatment, and recovery. Prior to joining Ashley, Martha ran a residential extended care program in Baltimore and worked in both finance and marketing.
John Egan, CADC, Sobriety Solutions
John Egan Is a Loyola University graduate who through his personal experience has found a passion for the important work with those suffering with Substance Use Disorder. He works as a Therapist at Sobriety Solutions where he is given the opportunity to be a part of the solution every day.