Celebrating Women in Recovery | Mental Health Monday
With Caroline Beidler
Originally Aired on Monday, March 7, 2022 @ 11:00 am PST
Celebrating Women in Recovery with Caroline Beidler
Caroline has created the first Women’s Recovery Round Table Event in honor of International Women’s Day with voices from around the globe, including SHE RECOVERS co-founders, Dawn Nickel and Taryn Strong. Her goal through creating this event is to bring awareness to issues specific to women’s addiction and mental health recovery. It will take place on March 8, 2022.
We’re excited to have her as a speaker on Mental Health Monday to discuss women in recovery.
During this engaging session of #MentalHealthMonday Caroline will help us learn:
- Elevating women’s voices in recovery advocacy.
- The importance of learning about women-specific issues.
- The inclusion of resilence-focus in women’s recovery spaces.
Caroline Beidler, MSW is an author and founder of the storytelling platform Bright Story Shine where she has released her eBook: 10 Practical Ways to Make Your Recovery Shine and a 7 Day Recovery Reset Devotional. She is also a team writer for the Grit and Grace Project and blogger at In the Rooms. She also leads Creative Consultation Services, LLC., a business focused on creating sustainable addiction recovery support services and a Research Collaborator with the Lyda Hill Institute on Human Resilience. Caroline lives in Tennessee with her husband, Matt, and her twins, Henrick and Violet.
We believe that when women heal, families heal, and communities do too.
The SHE RECOVERS Foundation Weekly #MentalHealthMonday Educational Series is composed of hour-long, live, recovery-focused educational sessions featuring today’s leaders in women’s wellness, mental health, and addiction recovery.
With Great Thanks
This series is made possible by Alkermes.
The SHE RECOVERS Foundation was awarded funding in 2021 as part of the Alkermes Inspiration Grants® program to re-launch #MentalHealthMonday in the fall of 2021. This critical grant support will help us to continue delivering our innovative #MentalHealthMonday Educational series and better meet the increasingly diverse needs of our growing community. We are humbled, grateful, and invigorated by this honor.