|Taking Addiction to the Mat
TheFix.com’s ProVoices, August 2015
|Context Matters: The Impact of Trauma, Culture and Policy on Women’s Health
Rehab.com’s ProTalk, April 2015
|The Role of Yoga in Embodied Recovery
Recovery.org’s Pro Corner, February 2015
|Pros Talk Naloxone
Rehabs.com, June 2014
|Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy: A Call for National Dialogue
Rehabs.com, April 2014
|Medical Marijuana Right for New York, Say ASOs
Edge on the Net, February 2014
|We Don’t Treat Brains, We Treat People
Behavioral Health News, Jan. 2014 (orginally published in The Fix)
|Medical Marijuana Is Humane
TimesUnion.com, Jan. 2014
|El Fracaso de la Abstinencia
Que Pasa, Jan. 2014
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In May 2014 the New School hosted a panel discussion titled “Demystifying Medical Marijuana in New York: Implications for Mental Health and Drug Treatment Providers.”
Introduced by the Center for Optimal Living’s Dr. Jenifer Talley and moderated by John Crepsac, LCSW, the speakers included: Gabriel Sayegh of the Drug Policy Alliance, Dr. Suneal Aggarwal of Americans for Safe Access, psychiatrist and author Dr. Julie Holland, and Dr. Andrew Tatarsky, founder and director of the Center for Optimal Living.
Here is the full-length video of this event:
In July 2013 the Center for Optimal Living’s Dr. Jenifer Talley was interviewed for Harm Reduction Television by Kenneth Anderson, a leading harm reductionist and founder of HAMS, the online harm reduction for alcohol network. The subjects they discussed included mindfulness, harm reduction, trauma and treatment.
These four mindfulness tracks were recorded by the Center for Optimal Living’s Dr. Jenifer Talley from her clinical practice. They are taken with permission from her personal website at JeniferTalley.com. Thank you to the Center for Optimal Living’s Dr. John Pasagiannis for helping with the recording process for some of these tracks.
Guided Mindfulness Practices (35 minutes)
The first part of this track includes a 20-minute guided body scan that will help strengthen your connection to bodily sensations and the breath. Then follows the 5-minute SOBER Breathing Space that was developed as part of Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention. The final 10 minutes are a simple grounding and breathing practice using the five senses that can be incorporated throughout your day.
Brief Mindfulness Practice (10 minutes)
This brief mindfulness practice is designed to help connect you with what’s happening in the present moment. It may be used as a morning meditation to help get you started for the day. It can also be used throughout the day as a form of a “check-in” with yourself. This track was developed as part of Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention.
Mountain Meditation (11 minutes)
This mountain meditation was practiced while each person held one stone. It can be used at times when you need to feel more grounded and settled.