Author and psychotherapist Pamela Brinker has taught and led groups and workshops on a variety of themes including motivation, grief, mental health, conscious bravery while supporting loved ones with addiction, and dreamwork. In this article, Pamela walks the reader through experiencing courageous awareness in lieu of denial or avoidance. “We become more adept at managing our discomfort or overwhelm. Over time, we rewire our brains and new, braver instincts are cultivated, enabling us to tap into vast reserves of calmness and clarity when we need them the most. And our life gets better because we make brave choices.”
Live Well: New book by Colorado Springs author addresses caring for those with addiction, mental health issues
Colorado Springs psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker Pamela Brinker’s new book, “Conscious Bravery: Caring for Someone with Addiction” details the trials she’s endured and the self-care techniques she’s developed.
As a well-respected and experienced psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker for 31+ years, Pamela has treated thousands of clients and has developed over 20 tools and practices to teach everyday bravery. Listen below.
Tuesdays with Kamyra, "Your Teen Magazine" with Kamyra Harding
Interview: Beyond Talking Points, Bridgitte Jackson-Brumley with Pamela Brinker
Interview: Meditation Museum, Sister Jenna with Pamela Brinker
Interview: Choosing Joy, with Minnku Buttar and Pamela Brinker
Interview: High Road to Humanity, Nancy Yearout with Pamela Brinker
Interview: The Balance & Empathy Show, Titia Niehorster with Pamela Brinker