SHE RECOVERS® is an international movement of self-identified women in or seeking recovery from a wide variety of issues, including substance use and eating disorders, other behavioral health issues, trauma, abuse, codependency, cancer, grief, low self-esteem, perfectionism and other life challenges.
SHE RECOVERS® is an international movement of women (self-identified) who are in or seeking recovery from a wide variety of issues, including substance use and eating disorders, other behavioral health issues, trauma, abuse, codependency, cancer, grief, low self-esteem, perfectionism and other life challenges.
Celebrating strength, diversity, inclusion, and innovation by women for women in the world of recovery.
NEW MUSIC ARTIST SEARCH
If you are a musical artist we want to hear from you. Then, we want to introduce you to our community.
CREATING CONNECTIONS TOUR
Bringing together recovery seekers, change makers and advocates.
Join us for New Ways to Wellness: A Symposium for Healing Professionals.
Welcoming (sober) spaces and transformative opportunities to connect as recovering women.
Enjoy the self-care experience of a lifetime! Because you are worth it.
Online support and offerings to enhance your recovery experience and create lasting change.
Practice yoga online with Taryn Strong or take the Teacher Designation Program.
A collection of audio posts, interviews and recorded talks specially curated for our community.
Learn how to become a recovery coach or hire one of our coaches to support you in your recovery.
Our foundation was formed to inspire hope, reduce stigma and empower women in or seeking recovery.
Our coaches create supportive, non-judgmental spaces for women in or seeking recovery.
We are strong and courageous women, and we do recover.
SHE RECOVERS® creates welcoming spaces and transformative opportunities – online and in real life – to connect, support and empower recovering women.
We’re stronger together.
LET’S CONTINUE TO CONNECT.
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You do not have to spend too much time in recovery before the Good Things come. But sometimes it is hard to accept Good Things. Fear can keep us in old habits.read more
Please help us welcome Erin W. who will be writing for and managing our She Recovers blog. She is amazing. Read on and see for yourself. ~Dawn~ The Reasons It started with Baby #1. I like a routine; a schedule. And I read that babies do, too. So every night at...read more
Guest Blog Post by Lucy Rocca Exactly six years ago, I drank my last alcoholic drink. It was a bottle of strong cider (I didn’t even like cider but had found it lurking in my fridge), and I consumed it on top of the three bottles of wine that I’d been working my way...read more
Guest Blog Post by Caroline McGraw Oh honey, I know what you’re like. You are a driven, high-achieving woman trying so very hard to be perfect. You have a staggering helping of responsibilities on your plate. You’re the conscientious planner, the purposeful...read more
GUEST BLOG POST BY CHELSEY SILVERIA, LCSW (CLEARVIEW TREATMENT PROGRAMS) Has a therapist ever suggested PE therapy for you? Have you ever felt unsure about what that means and the potential impact or usefulness of this therapy? PE stands for Prolonged Exposure....read more
GUEST POST BY CAROLINE BLACK Most of us recovering from addiction are open to the idea of accessing extra help. Regardless of whether we need constant or occasional help, having access to innovative resources and tools can only be a good thing. If you need help...read more
Relapse is common in early recovery from drug or alcohol abuse. Many long-term alcoholics and drug addicts fail the first time they attempt to quit. This is because the intense cravings experienced by substance abusers are actually due to changes in brain chemistry....read more
I felt the crack split slowly beneath my feet as it gave way and I plunged into the deep freezing water. Grab my camera! I shouted as the weight of my wool coat got heavy and my body began to sink into the lake. I looked up at my friend Rae standing just a few feet...read more
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” - Will Durant (American Philosopher and Historian) “Habit is the intersection of knowledge (what to do), skill (how to do), and desire (want to do).” - Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly...read more