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Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, RMT is a woman in long-term recovery. A clinician, educator, and recovery ambassador, Jamie is the creator of the Dancing Mindfulness Community and Facilitator Training Program, the author of Dancing Mindfulness: A Creative Path to Healing and Transformation (2015), Trauma and the Twelve Steps (2012) and two other books on trauma recovery. She is also an EMDRIA Certified Therapist/Approved Consultant and serves as an approved provider of basic trainings in EMDR Therapy.Read More
Though she’ll always be a prairie girl at heart, Alaina Baskerville-Bridges now lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with her two daughters and cat. She is currently finishing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and Visual Arts at the University of Victoria. When she is not working on a billionth draft of a story or article, you will find her cheering on her kids at soccer practice, going for long meditative runs to work out plot and character, or sprawled on the couch, watching reality T.V.Read More
In June 2005, I almost died when a cancerous tumor perforated my colon. I was quite sick for several months, and I had a lot of time to reflect on how fortunate I was to have survived. At around the same time, my friend Donna gave me a framed print of a poem written by Michael Josephson. The poem meant a lot to me at the time, and it still holds a lot of meaning for me today. I hope you enjoy it.Read More