PATH to Addiction and Trauma Healing Meetings

PATH Meetings

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

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All Parts/All Addictions

  • We speak for our parts and their extreme behaviors.
  • THU 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • SAT 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM Eastern (NYC)
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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Body Confidence and Food Freedom

  • Sharing and support regarding parts related to the body, food, and eating.
  • MON 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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Meditation

  • We play a guided meditation and speak about our experience in the meditation.
  • MON 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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PATH Women

  • Sharing and support for women.
  • SUN 5:30 PM -7:00 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • WED 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • Zoom ID: 882 0044 3608
  • Password: pathwomen

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PATH Men

  • Sharing and support for men.
  • WED 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • SUN 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Eastern (NYC)
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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THERAPISTS COACHES PROFESSIONALS

Therapists/Coaches/Professionals!

  • Sharing and support for professional therapists, coaches, and counselors.
  • Tuesdays 3:30 – 5pm Eastern (NYC) time
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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Rainbow PATH

Rainbow PATH – Coming Soon!

  • Sharing and support for LGBTQ+ community
  • Date/Time: To Be Determined
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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People of Global Majority (PGM)

  • Support for black, indigenous, and people of color.
  • Thursdays 11 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern (NYC)
  • Meeting ID: 543 550 3995
  • Passcode: recovery

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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 – 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern (NYC) .  We play a guided meditation and speak about our experience.

Monday – Body Confidence and Food Freedom – 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support regarding body, food, and eating.

Tuesday – Therapists, Coaches, Mental Health Providers – 3:30 pm – 5 PM Eastern, (NYC).  Sharing and support for therapists, coaches, other mental health providers.

Wednesday – PATH Women10:30 AM – 12:00 PM  Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for women.

Wednesday – PATH Men7:30 PM – 9:00 PM  Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for men.

Thursday – People of Global Majority (PGM) – 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM  Eastern (NYC). Sharing and support for black, indigenous, and people of color.

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

SaturdayAll Parts/All Addictions – 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM  Eastern (NYC). We speak for our parts and their extreme behaviors.

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

Facilitators are 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 pathtorecovery365@gmail.com for more information and share your interest.

FACILITATORS

NADINE LUCAS

NADINE LUCAS

Founder, President
Nadine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Registered Play Therapist, and Certified Soul Collage® Facilitator. She has been providing therapeutic services to children, teens, parents, and adults for over 30 years. Treatment settings include adolescent psychiatric hospitals, adult residential programs, public/private

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DAVID KERWIN

DAVID KERWIN

Board Member, Secretary
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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LAURA LIVELY

LAURA LIVELY

Board Member, Treasurer
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

ACHARA TARFA

Board Member
As a 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 with ADHD
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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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Maria Mellano, LICSW, CP, IFS Practitioner

Maria Mellano

PATH Meeting Facilitator
Maria Mellano is an experiential psychotherapist licensed in Massachusetts as a clinical social worker with over twenty years of experience. Maria is an IFS trained, certified psychodramatist, soul-aligned money and business coach and course creator. Maria is passionate about creating transformational growth in her clients’ lives, devoted to living
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Diana Dugan Richards

Diana Richards

PATH Meeting Facilitator
As a registered, licensed dietitian for over 20 years and nutrition therapist, Diana offers a non-diet approach in setting a foundation of curiosity for clients to discover their own eating philosophy and beliefs. She partners with other IFS colleagues to offer introductory and continuing education courses to other nutrition professionals. She is a Level 3 certified
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Diana Dugan Richards

Bobbi Parish

PATH Meeting Facilitator
Bobbi is a survivor of both childhood developmental and adult interpersonal trauma, and has been in recovery for decades. She has a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and was initially trained in Family System's Theory. In 2014 she retired from Therapy and began practicing as a Trauma Recovery Coach. She is now the Executive Director of The International
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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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Annie McCrea

Annie McCrea

PATH meeting Facilitator
Annie combines her 32 years as an RN with extensive Trauma Recovery Education to bring healing and hope to others as a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach. As a survivor of complex PTSD and chronic health conditions brought on by trauma, Annie believes in the power of our bodies and minds to overcome, heal and thrive.Annie is IFS informed through continuing education, will be trained in IFS for Coaches, and works personally with an IFS
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