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  • Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - Portland
  • Thursday, July 20, 2017 - Beaverton
  • Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - Portland
  • Thursday, August 17, 2017 - Beaverton
  • Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - Portland
  • Thursday, September 21, 2017 - Beaverton

 

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Oregon Recovery Speaker Series

Portland, OR

Join friends and fellow travelers the first Tuesday or third Thursday of each month.

Oregon Speaker Series

The Oregon Recovery Speaker Series is free of charge. All who are interested in recovery topics are welcome to attend.

PORTLAND
First Tuesday of every month
7 p.m.

Laurelhurst Village
3060 SE Stark St.
Portland, OR 97214

BEAVERTON
Third Thursday of every month
7 p.m.

Hazelden
6600 SW 105th Ave., Ste. 120
Beaverton, OR 97008


     

July 11*, Portland
July 20, Beaverton

Ty Aschermann, BA, CADC II
Addiction Counselor at Hazelden in Newberg, Oregon

Positive Emotion in Recovery

In recovery, we have amazing opportunities to redefine our sense of self, utilize our strengths, receive and give love, sense inspiration, transcend our shame and feel excited about life. This capacity to continually improve our emotional experience is far from the reality we were once so familiar with in active addiction. Join us to learn about the emerging science of positive psychology—and its important role in addiction recovery.

*Please note schedule change due to July 4 holiday.

  Ty Aschermann
     

August 1, Portland
August 17, Beaverton

Tim Craley, MA, CADC II
Addiction Counselor at Hazelden in Newberg, Oregon

Addiction, Shame and Self-Acceptance

Addiction and shame go hand in hand. It's hard to recognize where one starts and the other ends. The disease leaves us feeling powerless, isolated and unworthy—feelings that are reinforced by
the strong sense of secrecy and silence surrounding addiction. But understanding our shame allows us to move into self-acceptance
and further our healing journey. Come and explore the way forward with us.

  Tim Craley
     

September 5, Portland
September 21, Beaverton

Jessica Haney, CADC I
Addiction Counselor at Hazelden in Newberg, Oregon

Developing Compassionate Communication

From birth, we begin assimilating cultural behaviors, norms, pain and even shame. How does this impact the way we communicate
with one another, and how might we redefine this in order to have compassionate relationships and compassionate communication in our recovery? Join us to take a closer look at how cultural assimilation impacts the way we express ourselves, and how our perspectives and attitudes serve our recovery and growth.

  Jessica Haney

Portland 2017
July 11
August 1
September 5
October 3
November 7
December 5

Beaverton 2017
July 20
August 17
September 21
October 19
November 16
December 21

   

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