Mindful Solutions for Addiction and Relapse Prevention

74 Minute CD


Publisher description:

“Mindful Solutions for Addiction and Relapse Prevention has been created to provide practical tools that help us effectively become more aware of the triggers, cravings, and urges that keep us entangled in our addictions. No matter the challenges we face, it’s no secret that we all get caught up in habitual cycles of being and doing that keep us suffering. These educational and experiential CD’s unveil a coalescence of age old wisdom with practical psychological principles to help us break free from old patterns and give us the tools to live the lives we want.”

Track list:

  • Track 1 – What is Mindfulness? (6:29)
  • Track 2 – Mindfulness, Addiction and Relapse Prevention (13:30)
  • Track 3 – The Four Ways (6:43)
  • Track 4 – “Taste” of Mindfulness (5:01)
  • Track 5 – Meditation for the Body (17:13)
  • Track 6 – Meditation for Addiction and Relapse Prevention (24:49)
  • Track 7 – Keeping the Practice Going (3:42)

Testimonials provided by the publisher:

“I highly recommend this CD by Drs. Elisha and Stefanie Goldstein, Mindful Solutions for Addiction and Relapse Prevention. The discussion on how to apply mindfulness as a means of coping with addiction- related cravings and urges is excellent, and the guided meditation practices are very helpful.”
~ G. Alan Marlatt, PhD, Director, Addictive Behaviors Research Center, University of Washington

“I uploaded the CD onto my ipod. I have found the CD to be very useful to me in my recovery work. I have used the meditations during my regular meditation time. I find it extremely useful when I am somewhat agitated or worried about something. The meditations truly help me to refocus. I am very active in my recovery and have 10 months continuous sobriety. Mindful Solutions is a tool that I find helpful.”
~ Linda B., Active in recovery

“This CD presents a creative and easy way to address substance abuse urges in particular, and bad habits in general. Using its meditative and imagery methods, you can learn useful ways to manage thoughts and impulses before they manage you.”
~ Sharon Gerstenzang, Ph.D., Psychologist