CARLSBAD, Calif. (PRWEB) November 09, 2018
Sherry Burditt, RN, HN-BC, relays that there is an increased number of people all around the globe who have been affected by addiction in some way. With experience as a registered nurse that spans 40 years of clinical practice in chemical dependency, behavioral health and hospital administration, Burditt authored a compelling guidebook on addictions that aims to help people understand how their greatest affliction is actually their greatest gift, offering holistic healing practices and a spiritual approach to recovery.
Burditt’s debut publication titled “The Gift of Addiction” (published by Balboa Press) helps addicts and alcoholics understand the path of addiction, the purpose for it in their lives and the comfort of knowing that they possess all the necessary components to arrive at a place where they are able to create “a life beyond their wildest dreams.” These “necessary components” are clearly identified and thoroughly explains.
The book is socially relevant, as Burditt believes that society today is facing the most overwhelming explosion of addiction issues ever to hit the world. “Countless lives are being lost to substance abuse. Countless families and loved ones stand grieving while watching an adversary they cannot stop or comprehend.”
Burditt hopes that readers will gain a new understanding of the “Path of Addiction” through the transformative process offered in the book, and that when followed, will open the door for gifts and opportunities.
Readers may visit https://www.balboapress.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-001183515 to purchase and to know more about the book.
“The Gift of Addiction”
By Sherry Burditt, RN, HN-BC
Softcover | 7.5x9.25 in | 168 pages | ISBN 9781982207748
E-Book | 168 pages | ISBN 9781982207755
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sherry Burditt, RN, HN-BC, has served as the clinical director of Hemet Valley Recovery Center and Sage Retreat (Addiction Medicine Services Inc.) since 2008, and her career spans over 40 years of clinical practice in chemical dependency, behavioral health and hospital administration. After receiving her nurse’s training, Burditt received board certification in holistic nursing through the American Holistic Nurses’ Association; in her private practice, Integrated Holistic Therapies, she has worked with private clients, provided both consultation services and workshops to acute care hospitals, supervised and evaluated health-care instructors, and facilitated conference and seminar presentations. Today, Burditt and her family live in Carlsbad, California, and she is also a Kriyaban yogi who has practiced raja-yoga meditation since 1974.