Self-Care in a Crisis
ARC believes that a strong support network is essential for recovery. That’s why both our inpatient and outpatient programs incorporate group therapies.
But recovery is still possible even in isolation. Whether it’s because of the COVID-19 outbreak or something in your personal life, we have compiled a list of recovery resources that will help you on your path to recovery even without the support of a group.
It is an unsettling and strange time in the world right now as we face unprecedented restrictions on how we live our lives. It’s stressful, and we know that stress can contribute to relapse — but it does not need to. We encourage you to browse the resource below or give us a call if you feel overwhelmed.
Meditation, Lectures and Talk Shows
Tara Brach’s teachings blend Western psychology and Eastern spiritual practices, mindful attention to our inner life, and a full, compassionate engagement with our world. The result is a distinctive voice in Western Buddhism, one that offers a wise and caring approach to freeing ourselves and society from suffering.
Buddhist Society of Western Australia
The Buddhist Society of Western Australia seeks to support people striving to understand the human experience and escape from suffering at the stage where they are at. BSWA offers free beginners courses in meditation to the general public as a first step. There are also numerous teachings on meditation available online to those new to meditation.
Dharma Punx NYC is a secular Buddhist community lead by guiding teacher Josh Korda. It is respectful of other lineages and institutions, though it is wholly unaffiliated and is entirely self-supporting through the contributions of those who attend our meetings, or listen to the recorded talks online.