6321 Coronado Ave.
Bill and Linda Woodbury
Year of Services started on 1988
Bridging the Recovery Gap Between the Family and the Addict
Bill Woodbury is a CADC II and SUDCC II who has worked in the field of chemical dependency since 1988. He has served in a variety of positions, including counselor, program director, interventionist, and equine assisted counselor. His ability to communicate with a varied audience has led him to develop numerous workshops, providing practical tools that lead to lasting change. Whether facilitating groups for newly recovering addicts, their families or the professionals who serve them, Bill’s compassion combined with humor, allows the freedom to look honestly at issues without needless introspection.
Linda Woodbury has worked in a variety of for profit and faith-based settings since 1995. She earned her BA in Human Development, specifically focusing on Emerging Adulthood, which contributed greatly to the book she co-authored with her husband entitled Enable-ism. Currently Linda is earning her Master’s in Family Science in support of her role as a Family Life Educator. Operating out of a resiliency-based framework, she has a heart to provide families, and those that serve them, with relevant information and practical tools that support growth and maturation.
The disease of addiction is one that affects body, mind and spirit. Without addressing all three, the risk of relapse can be higher with consequences increasing in severity over time, including the possibility of overdose and death. The founders of Alcoholics Anonymous knew that when they wrote,...Read
A pattern that often forms within a family system that has an addict is the desire to do for someone things that they could, and should be doing themselves; this pattern is called enable-ISM. Simply, enabling creates an atmosphere in which the alcoholic can comfortably continue their unacceptable...Read
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