Yoga Vacation Program
May 2 — 4, 2023

The New Science on Addiction Recovery

John Kelly

Join Dr. John Kelly, the first endowed professor in addiction medicine at Harvard University, for a program focused on addiction treatment and the recovery process. Dr. Kelly will help us to understand substance use disorder, addiction, remission, and recovery. We will learn about stigma and discrimination in addiction, their causes, consequences and solutions. The topic of recovery from addiction will be looked at through the lens of both culture and science. We will also explore recovery milestones to understand who needs what, when, for how long, and at what intensity.

Please join us to learn the science behind addiction recovery with Dr. Kelly and enroll in a Yoga of Recovery retreat with Durga Leela and Dr. Ramkumar Kutty while you are here (more details coming soon!)

Offered as 2 satsangs and 2 workshops (subject to change).

Dr. Kelly is the Elizabeth R. Spallin Professor of Psychiatry in Addiction Medicine at Harvard Medical School – the first endowed professor in addiction medicine at Harvard. He is also the Founder and Director of the Recovery Research Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the Associate Director of the Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) at MGH, and the Program Director of the Addiction Recovery Management Service (ARMS).

Dr. Kelly is a former President of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Society of Addiction Psychology, and is a Fellow of the APA and a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has served as a consultant to U.S. federal agencies and non-federal institutions, as well as foreign governments and the United Nations.

Dr. Kelly has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles, reviews, chapters, and books in the field of addiction medicine, and was an author on the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health. His clinical and research work has focused on addiction treatment and the recovery process, mechanisms of behavior change, and reducing stigma and discrimination among individuals suffering from addiction.

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