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Mind and Body Works

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Mind and Body Works

P.O. Box 3807

Durango, Colorado 81302

United States

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National Organization for Recovering Addicts

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Steve Sewell - On ...

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Steve Sewell - On His Journey To Full Recovery

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High and drunk most of the time, Steve Sewell couldn't function without just a little something to get him through his day. And he was getting into trouble left and right. One fateful day, with a shine of light, he realized that the only times he got into BIG trouble were when he was drunk. While sitting in jail he began to realize there had to be a change, he agreed to court ordered (AA Meetings) At the time, in-patient rehab would have cost him his job., So he chose to "white knuckle it". For more than a week he had intense cravings, and severe anxiety, but because he was stubborn, he remained sober. He joined Alcoholics Anonymous, although they were unable to help with the cravings, It did help with attitude changes. Hoping the worst was behind him, Steve went about his normal business. A few years later he divorced his wife. After 10 years of sobriety he finally succumbed to the cravings and drank again. Shortly after he met his soul mate and current wife, Dru.
Steve jumped on the AA bandwagon again and Dru entered rehab and begun her own journey of sobriety. Together they struggled with cravings for many years, Steve reporting the intense cravings to drink for more than 2 years He found them difficult to ignore. Yet he did.
Several years later, following God's will, Steve was called to help others with addictions. He received a grant from the Southern Ute Tribe to return to school to become an addictions counselor. Never easy, this was a path that was predetermined for him. It was during his early classes that he first had a glimpse of what would become his life's work. In pharmacology class, he first learned of how chemicals can affect the body's own natural brain chemistry. He later went on to receive the highest level of training for addiction counselors, a Certified Addictions Counselor III (CACIII).
Through extensive training and research, Steve began to embrace the idea that replacement of specific Amino Acids to the body can aid in affecting how the brain has been altered through addictive substances such as drugs or alcohol.
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Studying with the foremost experts on the subject, Steve spent time training in Mexico with Dr. William Hitt as well as studying the works of Dr. Kenneth Blum.
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Steve has since developed his own formula with the aid of many physicians. He utilizes His proprietary formula in his addiction recovery clinic, Mind and Body Works, in Durango, CO.
Through God's will, Steve is now able to help alcoholics and addicts recover in a safe, non lock down environment. His counseling skills aid in the recovery process. Each patient has doctor prescribed nutritional IV's based on extensive research. Each IV has been able to greatly reduce and in some cases entirely eliminate cravings for most alcoholics/addicts he has treated.
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Steve Sewell is the co-director and counselor at Mind and Body Works, a dba for Body/Mind Recovery Technologies Inc. An Addictions Recovery Outpatient Clinic in Durango, CO. Surrounded by mountains, Durango is located in Southwest Colorado and is a prime location for healing and embracing your spirituality. You can learn more about Steve or Mind and Body Works at www.mindandbodyworks.org or by calling 1-888-788-7348.


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Steve Sewell - Founder

Steve Sewell is a Certified Addictions Counselor Level III (a Colorado certification). He is intuitive and able to balance various styles of counseling while catering to the needs of teens and adults including seasoned professionals to the homeless.
He combines his teaching and counseling with knowledge of how the brain functions. He utilizes various methods such as Inner Child Work, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Guided Imagery, and Spiritual Guidance.
Results are often astounding. A recent patient stated "Steve and I resolved in 2 days what 12 years of therapy never did".
Steve Sewell is the founder of N.O.R.A. a non-profit organization in February of 2003 (National Organization of Recovering Alcoholics).
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Steve Sewell Mind and Body Works Director


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High and drunk most of the time, Steve Sewell couldn't function without just a little something to get him through his day. And he was getting into trouble left and right. One fateful day, the light shone and he realized that the only times he got into big trouble were when he was drunk. While sitting in jail he began to realize there had to be a change. He agreed to attend court-ordered AA Meetings. At the time, in-patient rehab would have cost him his job, so he chose to "white-knuckle it. For more than a week he had intense cravings, and severe anxiety, but because he was stubborn, he remained sober. He joined Alcoholics Anonymous; although it was unable to help with the cravings, it did help with attitude changes. Hoping the worst was behind him, Steve went about his normal business. A few years later he divorced his first wife. After 10 years of wellbriety he finally succumbed to the cravings and drank again. Shortly after, he met his soul mate and current wife, Dru. Steve jumped on the AA bandwagon again and Dru entered rehab and began her own journey of wellbriety. Together they struggled with cravings for many years, Steve reporting the intense cravings to drink for more than two years, finding them difficult to ignore. Yet he did.

Several years later, following God's will, Steve was called to help others with addictions. He received a grant from the Southern Ute Tribe to return to school to become an addictions counselor. Never easy, this was a path that was predetermined for him. It was during his early classes that he first had a glimpse of what would become his life's work. In pharmacology classes, he first learned of how chemicals can affect the body's own natural brain chemistry. He later went on to receive the highest level of training for addiction counselors, that leading to being a Certified Addictions Counselor III (CACIII). Through extensive training and research, Steve began to embrace the idea that replacement of specific Amino Acids to the body can aid in affecting how the brain has been altered through addictive substances such as drugs or alcohol.

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Studying with some of the foremost experts on the subject, Steve spent time training in Mexico with Dr. William Hitt as well as studying the works of Dr. Kenneth Blum. Steve has since developed his own formula with the aid of many physicians. He utilizes his proprietary formula in his addiction recovery clinic, Mind and Body Works, in Durango, CO.

Through God's will, Steve is now able to help alcoholics and addicts recover in a safe, non-lockdown environment.
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Steve was called once again to complete his journey in life and become a New Warrior. It was springtime, a time for rebirth, and Steve joined MKP. Since June of 2006 he has participated in BSDT, and has now stepped into his Elderhood. Steve is active in weekly I-Groups and has staffed seven NWTAs. He lives his mission "to create a world of acceptance, respect and trust by loving himself instead of judging himself. As far as service to others, Steve realizes many people who need this treatment can't afford it. So one out of every five treatments is given away for free!

20-Dec-08 12:00 PM Recovery of the Highest Level It was nearly 20 years ago when he hit rock bottom. High and drunk most of the time, Steve Sewell couldn't function without just a little something to get him through his day. And he was getting into trouble left and right. One fateful day, the light shone and he realized that the only times he got into big trouble were when he was drunk. While sitting in jail he began to realize there had to be a change. He agreed to attend court-ordered AA Meetings. At the time, in-patient rehab would have cost him his job, so he chose to "white-knuckle it. For more than a week he had intense cravings, and severe anxiety, but because he was stubborn, he remained sober. He joined Alcoholics Anonymous; although it was unable to help with the cravings, it did help with attitude changes. Hoping the worst was behind him, Steve went about his normal business. A few years later he divorced his first wife. After 10 years of wellbriety he finally succumbed to the cravings and drank again. Shortly after, he met his soul mate and current wife, Dru. Steve jumped on the AA bandwagon again and Dru entered rehab and began her own journey of wellbriety. Together they struggled with cravings for many years, Steve reporting the intense cravings to drink for more than two years, finding them difficult to ignore. Yet he did.

Several years later, following God's will, Steve was called to help others with addictions. He received a grant from the Southern Ute Tribe to return to school to become an addictions counselor. Never easy, this was a path that was predetermined for him. It was during his early classes that he first had a glimpse of what would become his life's work. In pharmacology classes, he first learned of how chemicals can affect the body's own natural brain chemistry. He later went on to receive the highest level of training for addiction counselors, that leading to being a Certified Addictions Counselor III (CACIII). Through extensive training and research, Steve began to embrace the idea that replacement of specific Amino Acids to the body can aid in affecting how the brain has been altered through addictive substances such as drugs or alcohol.
...
Studying with some of the foremost experts on the subject, Steve spent time training in Mexico with Dr. William Hitt as well as studying the works of Dr. Kenneth Blum. Steve has since developed his own formula with the aid of many physicians. He utilizes his proprietary formula in his addiction recovery clinic, Mind and Body Works, in Durango, CO.

Through God's will, Steve is now able to help alcoholics and addicts recover in a safe, non-lockdown environment.
...
Steve was called once again to complete his journey in life and become a New Warrior. It was springtime, a time for rebirth, and Steve joined MKP. Since June of 2006 he has participated in BSDT, and has now stepped into his Elderhood. Steve is active in weekly I-Groups and has staffed seven NWTAs. He lives his mission "to create a world of acceptance, respect and trust by loving himself instead of judging himself. As far as service to others, Steve realizes many people who need this treatment can't afford it. So one out of every five treatments is given away for free! no http://www.mkphouston.org/en/art/140/ Sherri Wormser & Steve Sewell


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Steve Sewell Founder/Director


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Judith Miller, Ph.D., Roger F. Carlson, M.A.C., L.A.C., S.A.P., and Steve Sewell, CACIII

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Kenneth Blum, Ph.D., Judith Miller, Ph.D., and Steve Sewell, CACIII
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Carolyn Reuben LAc, Thomas J. H. Chen, PhD, Seth H. Blum, Eric Braverman, MD, Roger Waite, DC, Judith Miller, PhD, Steve Sewell, Kenneth Blum, PhD, Brian Meshkin, BSc and Julie Mengucci, RN

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