Executive Director's Blog

    Executive Director’s Blog

    Moving Through the Holidays With Minimal Stress and Maximum Mindfulness

    December 23, 2017

    The holidays are supposed to be a time when we enjoy family and friends, and when we think about the joys of both giving and receiving.
    However, for many of us, there is a big problem with that phrase, “supposed to be.” The media projections of happy people singing carols…

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    I like To Understand Words

    April 14, 2017

    I like to understand words, to take them apart and get to the root of what was intended. Lately, I’ve been contemplating, and feeling, “REJECTION.” The word “REJECT” means, “To throw back or away.” To be rejected is to be thrown away. Wow, yes, that is certainly what it feel like. Doesn’t it? Rejection comes…

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    Red Mountain Sedona

    January 10, 2017

    Not many of us trip and fall over the dining table. We trip on the little obstacles that we didn’t see. We worry and plan for the big things. We celebrate the big things. We have learned to ignore the little things. Our bad habits, addictions, whatever, depending on us not paying attention to the…

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    Red Mountain Sedona Turns 1!

    December 10, 2015

    It is amazing what can happen in one year! 365 days to live, breathe, create, grow, sit and do nothing, or sit and do everything. On this day last year, October 12, 2014, Red Mountain Sedona officially opened its doors and my vision of some 15 years became a reality. I remember the day clearly.…

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    What Makes Red Mountain Sedona Unique

    December 10, 2015

    When considering an after-care program for yourself or a loved one, it’s important to find the right fit. After-care is generally a long-term commitment, usually six to nine months, and you don’t want to end up somewhere that will make you miserable. If you do, it’s likely that you will find yourself going back to…

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