PATH to Healing Addiction and Underlying Trauma Meetings

PATH Meetings

  • Our meetings all take place on Zoom and are free to attend.
  • Donations to help support our endeavors are welcome!


All Parts/All Addictions

We speak for our parts and their extreme behaviors.


WED 7:30 PM – 9:00  PM Eastern (NYC)

Meeting ID: 834 1783 8728

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We host a guided meditation and speak for our parts after the meditation.


11 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern (NYC)

Meeting ID: 812 1326 7921

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PATH Women

Sharing and support for women.


SUN 5:30 PM -7:00 PM Eastern (NYC)

Meeting ID: 876 8271 6871

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FRI 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Eastern (NYC)

Meeting ID: 836 3897 3879

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Sharing and support for men.

SUN 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Eastern (NYC)

Meeting ID: 818 7735 5597

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Sharing and support for professional therapists, coaches, and counselors.


Tuesdays 12:30 – 2pm Eastern (NYC) time

People of Global Majority (PGM)

Support for people of the global majority. Global majority is a collective term that encourages us to recognize that together, those of African, Asian, Latin American, and Arab descent, along with Indigenous people from around the world, comprise the vast majority of people worldwide.

Thursdays 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern (NYC)

Meeting ID: 835 8985 5892

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“No trauma therapy is complete without addressing the brain, mind, and body, and connecting all three.”

Ruth Lanius, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) research unit at the University of Western Ontario

Meeting and Schedules

All parts are welcome at all of our meetings. Some meetings focus on specific types of parts or activities. All times listed are in New York time:


Monday – Meditation Meeting – 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern (NYC) .  We play a guided meditation and speak about our experience.

Tuesday – Therapists, Coaches, Mental Health Providers – 12:30 pm – 2 PM Eastern, (NYC).  Sharing and support for therapists, coaches, other mental health providers.

Wednesday – All Parts/All Addictions – 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM  Eastern (NYC). We speak for our parts and their extreme behaviors.

Thursday – People of Global Majority (PGM)11:00 AM – 12:30 PM  Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for people of the global majority.

Friday – PATH Women9:00 AM – 10:30 AM  Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for women.

Sunday – PATH Men8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for men.

Sunday – PATH Women5:30 PM – 7:00 PM  Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for women


Facilitators are typically people who are Psychotherapists, Social Workers, Life Coaches, Trauma Recovery Coaches, or IFS Practitioners. They are also IFS-informed and committed to Self Leadership. PATH is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the International Association of Trauma Recovery Coaches to help folks obtain the Trauma Recovery Coach credential as part of the application process to become a PATH meeting facilitator. The process includes submitting a resume or curriculum vitae and an interview with board members.

Folks can become IFS-informed by participating in any of the following:

Please email us at for more information and share your interest.




Leadership Team
David M Kerwin celebrated thirty-nine years of recovery on December 11, 2021. He has been an RN since 1975 and is an Addiction and Dual Diagnosis Counselor. He owns and operates a Life & Recovery Coaching practice in Central Illinois. David is also Level I, II & III trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) as well as IFS.

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Leadership Team
Laura Lively is a Certified Internal Family Systems (IFS) practitioner and a Certified Life Coach. Using IFS, Laura healed the Parts of her that used alcohol as well as used IFS to lose over 150 lbs., which she’s now kept off for over 3 years. After finally changing lifelong issues with her weight because of the work she did

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Achara Tarfa


Leadership Team
As a Level 2 IFS Practitioner & Certified Trauma Recovery Coach, Achara uses compassionate coaching for complex trauma to support survivors of sexual abuse, racial trauma, religious trauma, narcissistic abuse, domestic violence, and high-conflict divorce. With over 20 years of experience in mentorship and communication disorders, she is also dedicated to helping clients live a life of Self-Leadership.
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Ryta Kunciunas, MA

Ryta Kunciunas

PATH Meeting Facilitator
Ryta, who has a Masters in Counselling, did her psychotherapy training in Hakomi Integrative Psychotherapy (with an IFS component). She worked as a clinician in the welfare sector for over 20 years in Alcohol and Other Drugs Agencies, Residential Youth, and Aged Care. Ryta has completed the IFS circle Training and has had a part time practice. She has lived experience
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Dr. Judith “Jai” Belton

Dr. Judith Belton

PATH Meeting Facilitator
As the Founder and Executive Director of International Federation On Family Life, formerly The Trauma Recovery Consulting and Coaching Community, LLC. Dr. Judith “Jai” Belton holds certifications and varied professional helper experiences. Dr. Jai is a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach Supervisor, Certified Family Trauma Specialist, and Grief and Loss Specialist. Dr. Jai has over three decades of experience in Family Systems, Mental Health and Addictions
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Dave Sinclair

Dave Sinclair

PATH Meeting Facilitator
Dave Sinclair is a Men’s S.E.L.F. -Leadership (Self Energizing Life Force), and Recovery coach based in Alberta, Canada. Dave is a professionally certified IFS and Trauma informed coach (PCC), iEQ9 Enneagram Guide, 3VQ Coach/Facilitator, and a certified meditation instructor. All this comes together in the work between Dave and his clients who find themselves
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Shannon Delaney's

Shannon Delaney

PATH meeting Facilitator
Shannon uses the nourishing somatic practices of breath regulation, movement and manipulation of the spine, and writing exploration, to embody Self. As a Level 1 trained Internal Family Systems (IFS) practitioner, Registered Yoga Teacher, CranioSacral Therapy 1 practitioner, and a Psychiatric & Mental Health Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, she combines her clinical knowledge and therapeutic skills to guide others towards Self leadership.
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Adrienne Burton

PATH Meeting Facilitator

Monday Meditation Meeting

Thursday BIPOC meeting