Develop the skills to cope with addiction with this simple guide to cultivating resilience through mindfulness
Managing addiction requires learning to live every day in the moment, one minute at a time. This mindfulness workbook gives you the tools you need in order to ground yourself in the present and create a healthier mindset, so you’re less likely to fall back into addictive behaviors.
Providing a holistic overview, this compassionate mindfulness workbook helps you adjust your response to life’s challenges with simple meditations and exercises that teach you how to live in the present. You’ll find ways to increase your self-awareness and better understand your triggers as you learn skills that help you foster honesty and compassion toward yourself. No matter what kind of dependency you’re facing, equip yourself for the challenges ahead.
This mindfulness workbook includes:
• Master mindfulness—Learn the basics with the seven pillars of mindfulness: the beginner’s mind, non-judgment, acceptance, patience, trust, non-striving, and letting go.
• Open to all—Discover ways you can use mindfulness to successfully manage addictive behaviors, whether you are new to it or have practiced extensively.
• Supportive advice—This mindfulness workbook provides warm and encouraging guidance, with an understanding for what you are going through, to help you through trying times.
“Therapist and author Morgan Fitzgerald simplifies the many and often complicated layers of addiction and recovery through her compassionate lens of mindfulness. This easy to follow, caring, and empowering handbook of health, wellness, and sobriety is sure to become the handbook of healing among clinicians and clients alike.” —Beth Lewis, M.A., LPC-S
“As a professional in the mental health field, I am excited to share Morgan's new workbook with my clients working through addictive behaviors. She has masterfully organized the exercises to be warm and welcoming for anyone wanting to expand or develop their mindfulness practice while going through recovery. The activities are approachable and validating to each readers' unique experience, and it feels like you are sitting with Morgan going through them. If you or someone you know is working through addiction, this workbook is a great way to become comfortable with mindfulness.” —Danielle Gapinski, LPC, NCC
About the Author
Morgan Fitzgerald, MA, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor working in private practice. She specializes in mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and cognitive-behavioral approaches for treating people with addictions and co-occurring disorders.