Online: Dharma on the Path of Recovery Sangha

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Online: Dharma on the Path of Recovery Sangha

Led by Patricia Johnson, LCSW

First Monday of the Month | 7:00pm – 9:00pm ET

This monthly gathering is intended to support people in recovery from addiction, their partners and family members, as well as Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families.

These sits and talks are intended to help create a Sangha for those on the path of recovery and well-being. There will be silent and guided meditations/contemplations as well as opportunity for reflective sharing, inquiry, and dialogue.

Together we will explore how these paths of recovery and the Buddha Dharma intertwine and support one another. Led by Patricia Johnson, LCSW (while Patricia is a licensed therapist, these meetings are not therapy nor a substitute for therapy.)


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Meeting ID: 858 2103 5844
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Teacher(s)

Patricia Johnson, MS, LCSW

Patricia Johnson is a licensed psychotherapist with more than 30 years of experience working and guiding individuals, couples, and groups. She has a post graduate degree in psychotherapy and advanced training in both marital and addiction treatment.

Patricia has trained extensively with Phillip Moffitt and is a Certified Strategist through the Life Balance Institute he founded.

Working with people across the country she aims to help her clients achieve more, balance, harmony, and depth, in their functioning and life.

Patricia is also Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and has been studying Buddhist psychology since the mid 90’s. Mentored by Kevin Griffin she is a graduate of the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program through the Greater Good Science Center at Berkeley.

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