Recovery Redefined

Moving beyond treatment for addiction into Whole Life Wellness

Life Coaching

Retreats

Life skills Curriculum

Christopher Kennedy Lawford spent 20 years in the film and television industries as an actor, lawyer, executive and producer. He is also a New York Times best-selling author on the topic of Recovery. In recovery himself for more than 30 years from drug addiction, Lawford campaigns tirelessly on behalf of the mental health and recovery community in both the public and private sectors. He has worked with the United Nations as a Goodwill Ambassador, the Canadian Center on Substance Abuse, the White House Office on Drug Control Policy, and the World Health Organization. He also consults with Fortune 500 companies and numerous nonprofit groups, speaking around the world on issues related to mental illness and substance use disorders.

Christopher Kennedy Lawford spent 20 years in the film and television industries as an actor, lawyer, executive and producer. He is also a New York Times best-selling author on the topic of Recovery. In recovery himself for more than 30 years, Lawford campaigns tirelessly on behalf of the mental health and recovery community in both the public and private sectors. He has worked with the United Nations as a Goodwill Ambassador, the Canadian Center on Substance Abuse, the White House Office on Drug Control Policy, and the World Health Organization. He also consults with Fortune 500 companies and numerous nonprofit groups, speaking around the world on issues related to mental illness and substance use disorders.

Evolving Recovery into a Life of Wellness

What happens after recovery is accomplished can make the difference for anyone. Recovery is a solid first stepping stone. The next steps are the ones that truly transform it into a well-lived life.

TED Talk Coming Soon

When a person breaks his leg, we put his leg in a cast. After it heals we send him to physical therapy. When a person has an active addiction we send him to treatment. After he heals we send him….where? Recovery has to be more than peeing in a cup once a week and going to a twelve step meeting. Recovery must be anchored in the real world, not ostracized or segregated by dictate or by choice. And recovery has to be attractive.

-Christopher Kennedy Lawford