our guests are definitely looking for an alternative to the traditional method, one that is more holistic, rational, and useful for the real world.
Gulf Breeze, FL (PRWEB) July 02, 2015
Gulf Breeze Recovery staffers Reed and Krista Smith were recently interviewed by Jeanne Catherine Gray and Jen Lucas on the Conscious Life Radio show "Divine Play" to talk about using a non 12 step approach to substance abuse and pointing people back to their own innate health and wellbeing. As one of the co-founders of Gulf Breeze Recovery, Reed felt strongly that rehab industry needed a new direction in order to help their guests make a lasting change in their lives. Reed says, "From the beginning, we knew we weren't going to follow the traditional 12 step model of recovery. The principles of recovery was the natural choice for helping people see the nature behind their addictions." Krista Smith said, "It's so simple to talk about something we feel is so pivotal to understanding your own innate health, and our guests are definitely looking for an alternative to the traditional method, one that is more holistic, rational, and useful for the real world.”
The founder of Divine Play, Jeanne Catherine Gray, founded it to provide a space for, “people from all walks of life (to) gather to put down their busy lives and uncover the simple truth about how to live life effortlessly and thrive.” Their audience was interested in how alcohol and substance abuse recovery worked from this perspective, and enjoyed an intimate peek into what the facilitators share with guests that is making such a huge impact on their recovery. Their 60 minute chat included stories from previous guests who have realized their own natural mental health as well as helpful information for families and loved ones of people struggling through addiction. Other guests on the show are best-selling author and radio host Michael Neill, internationally recognized speaker and author Jack Pransky, and renowned speaker Mara Gleason. Reed and Krista have been interviewed by Jen Lucas previously for a webinar about innate health and wellbeing in the health industry.
Reed and Krista have spent countless hours working with guests in recovery, from the first days they are considering going to treatment, through their stay at Gulf Breeze Recovery, and well after they return home via internet chats and meetings that are hosted frequently. The entire staff works together to provide a safe, comfortable environment for detox, as well as create a supportive environment for therapeutic recovery for their guests.
Gulf Breeze Recovery helps people with addictions a caring, holistic, transformational, non-12 step program that drives you or someone you love beyond addiction while promoting a new outlook on life. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, call Reed or Alex at 855-973-3551 to see if Gulf Breeze Recovery is right for you.