In recovery since 1984, Ricki has since educated herself in the "why" of addiction and now spends her time supporting others in their healing, finding their truth, and looking within. A loving mother of three and grandmother of Six, she is most grateful for the love and support of Michael, her partner of 29 years.
Belief, Faith, Action—the key to sobriety. It does not matter if you're an addict on the streets, having lost everything, or a seemingly functional person, not yet having lost family, friends, home. Addiction knows not race, gender, socio-economic status and is a self-destructive course that leads to self-loathing and unhappiness. Ricki's belief is that once we acknowledge and accept the need to heal the trauma, our lives just open up to vast possibilities.
*Ricki has been trained in several models of intervention:
**Ricki has been certified and/or trained in the following areas:
2008: Partnered with Mooretown Rancheria
Individual and Group sessions are available.
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