I speak and teach and lead workshops. I present to groups and clubs, workplaces and classes. I’ll work with you to find a theme or topic that fits your group. Also–check the events listed here, and please– come say hello!
Taking Recovery to Work
Date/Time: November 11, 2017 at Friday to Sunday November 10 to 12
Cost: $125 per person--includes retreat, materials and Saturday meals
Location: The Wilson House, East Dorset Vermont
Work is where we spend most of our waking hours and where many of us experience our greatest stress. In this weekend retreat you will transform your relationship to work using the principles of Twelve- step recovery . You’ll laugh, play, share, learn and make a plan to achieve your dreams. You can change your work/career/business/retirement life.
Friday evening through Noon on Sunday.
Housing available at The Wilson House or nearby motels and B&B.
To register call The Wilson House at: 802-362-5524
Andrea Jarrell and Diane Cameron --Great Books and Great Conversation
Date/Time: January 27, 2018 at 3pm to 5pm
Cost: Free--Open to the Public
Location: The Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza--Albany, New York
Andrea Jarrell, author of “I’m the One That Got Away”, and Diane Cameron, author of, “Out of the Woods” will read from their books and share a conversation about all the things that women talk about–sometimes in whispers: marriage, children, parents, addiction and recovery–and how to make a great life out a life with challenges.
Spiritual Breakfast for People in Recovery
Date/Time: January 20, 2018 at 9am to 11am
Location: Holiday Inn, Johnstown, New York
HMB Region–Amsterdam, New York hosts the annual spiritual breakfast focusing on The Promises. This year’s keynote speaker is: Diane Cameron–author of “Out of the Woods–A Woman’s Guide to Long-term Recovery.
Resilience & Recovery: Gratitude, Grace and Mindfulness in Practicing the Twelve Steps
Date/Time: January 7, 2018 at 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Cost: $20 per person
Location: Dominican Retreat and Conference Center, Niskayuna, New York
Diane will be speaking on how we can integrate gratitude, grace and mindfulness in the practice on the Twelve Steps. Drawing from both new research and ancient practices to share ways that you can refresh your experience of the Twelve Steps.
Women and Men–members of all Twelve Step programs are welcome to participate, and deepen their resilience at every stage of recovery.
To register: please call the Dominican Retreat Center at 518-393-4169
or make a reservation via the website at www.dslcny.org