Recovery Conversations™ Immersion  

From Chaos To Connection: 12 Month Family Recovery

a combination of in person and virtual gatherings

If nothing changes, nothing changes.

Are you ready to do something different? 

Recovery Conversations™ Immersion

is an invitation for a deeper dive into family recovery.  Membership is for those who love someone struggling with addiction, who is in recovery and who are ready begin the process of creating real and lasting change in the family.  We educate, coach and support those affected to understand what is really going on, learn the language that fosters recovery and behaviors that create connection.   Our proven family recovery model has helped hundreds find recovery.

“Let’s recover as a whole family, so that our loved ones have the best possible chance for sustainable recovery” – Kate Duffy

Recovery Conversations™ Immersion is a twelve-month  program – a family recovery model launching a national movement in 2020. The program provides live, virtual and in-person opportunities for community, education, coaching and resources for any family committed to the journey of Be-ing The Change they wish to see in their loved one.  Families who recover from the years of  engrained habits of codependency, entanglement and enabling give their struggling loved one a much greater chance of accessing and keeping recovery and find themselves living a more fulfilled life in the process. This program will offer members the opportunity to be an integral part of this national movement in 2020. Our mission is to disrupt the way we currently engage those who most need our help – those with substance use disorder. The results of this program are unprecedented.

“This is about so much more than recovery from addiction. Kate is teaching us how to connect, to better communicate and how to end patterns I’ve had for years or trying to manage others so I feel better”. – Mother

Recovery is possible for you.

Recovery that begins within the family system creates the optimal environment to inspire recovery and deep healing.

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1 Family Centered:

allows everyone the chance to reach their highest potential. Addiction lies, divides, compartmentalizes, justifies and denies and everyone is affected.

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2 Community Supported:

no one recovers without a teacher, mentor and community.

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3 Education:

addiction is a secondary problem, treat holistically.

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4 Connection:

Compassionate Connection rather than fear based disconnection.

BE the recovery you want to see in others.

It’s difficult to ignore being inspired when you’re surrounded by recovery.

There is no other program like Recovery Conversations™

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Recovery Conversations™12-Month Immersion Program is a proven transformational recovery model for family and friends to find recovery and learn how to foster recovery for their loved one.  We teach, coach and support those affected by addiction to foster recovery for the whole family.  

As a Founding Member you get:

  • Early access to this program in it’s creation
  • A combination of in person and virtual experiences
  • Expert lectures monthly from experts in addiction, trauma, recovery, healing
  • Monthly Lessons from Kate Duffy on the Recovery Conversations™ Family Recovery Methodology
  • Accountability & Coaching Groups
  • 24/7 Access to growing a private Facebook group  with ongoing peer support & recovery coaching
  • FREE Case Management as needed
  • Growing resource library
  • A daily recovery practice
  • A gift certificate for a free recovery coaching session
  • To be part of a national movement for family recovery
Kate Duffy, Tipping Point Recovery

Kate Duffy has worked with hundreds of families and has witnessed, and lived, the unbelievable pain and destruction addiction causes.

The success rate of our family coaching program, Recovery Conversations™, is unparalleled.

For the chaos to end, for families to be of maximum support to the person addicted, and to each other, families must position themselves to be recovery oriented, to greet their loved one, and each other, from a place of compassion and recovery versus frustration and fear.

How do you do that?  With a professional guiding you, this 12-month program will teach and coach you to respond vs. react, to recover vs. enable, to heal vs. disconnect and will foster health and recovery.

438 people die in the US each day to drug and alcohol addiction.

Be. The. Recovery.

 

Kate Duffy is a seasoned pro when it comes to supporting individuals and families out of the darkness of addiction and into the light of recovery.  She brings to the table a rare combination of direct experience, hard-earned wisdom and a huge heart.

Anyone would be fortunate to have her guide them toward healing and true recovery.

Tommy Rosen

Addiction Recovery Expert, Founder Recovery 2.0

Kate has a natural ability and is extremely effective in the addiction and recovery industry. Kate is bright, attentive, skilled and highly effective at engaging even the most progressed addiction.  Kate and I will be collaborating on her Family Program throughout the country at the treatment facilities I have established relationships with over the past 35 years. 

There is a tremendous gap in our field and Kate has now gone through the trainings to become a leader in that regard.  I am personally supervising Kate and I endorse her ability highly. 

Earl Hightower

Addiction Recovery Expert and Certified Interventionist

A Dad texted:

“Recovery Conversations is saving my family- there are no words.”

A Mom called,

“Kate, she just called me from rehab to say ‘thank you, mom…for saving me…I love you!!’”

A daughter texted from her honeymoon:

“We had such a fantastic and out of this world wedding last weekend. I just wanted to thank you for all your help this last year. My dad was happy and healthy and everyone was so thrilled he was doing so well. Having him sober and happy was one of the best wedding gifts I could have been given.”

About Kate

Kate Duffy has been an inspirational teacher and catalyst for change for over 30 years. In her 20’s she was the founding director of Evergreen Day School, a non-profit early childhood program in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Kate created Evergreen because she wanted a place where the curriculum was initiated by children and a community was created for families. A graduate of Lesley University with a BS in Education, Kate went on to be a consultant and trainer in the field of education.

Kate became passionate about changing the language of recovery after facing her own battle with substance use. Tipping Point Recovery, Inc. opened in 2018 in response to requests from Insurance Companies and Treatment Facilities for recovery coaching, recovery oriented training and interventions.

Kate is creating a movement of families recovering from the sickness of family addiction, for the individuals she’s working with, and now they accompany her when she speaks at treatment facilities. “Its hard enough to scrape up any amount of self-worth to begin the path to wellness, let alone face the wreckage we have caused our families. Families must be part of the solution or we won’t ever get ahold of this”.

Kate is free from all addictions – alcohol and drugs, codependency, cigarettes and now sugar and recognizes all addictions as a desire to ‘leave oneself’. The more progressed the addiction, the greater the desire to leave. At any cost!

“Today, I love and care for myself like I never have, I love my life and am deeply committed to my mission and I’ll die trying to understand why some get it and some don’t.”

Kate’s teachers and mentors – Tommy Rosen, Earl Hightower, Rhys Thomas, Mike Wilson, Sage Lavine & Ryan Eliason- inspire her daily to learn and thrive and to share her growth with those on a similar path.

Recovering families say

My Rule About Mistakes

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When You Have All The Answers And It’s Still Not Enough

This mom came to us because her son was disappearing before her eyes. She’d been in recovery herself for over 20 years, came from many generations of alcoholism, had been in fellowships since she was a child, and had a masters degree in special education. She knew how...

What a Boundary is NOT

Boundaries are so important when it comes to living with an alcoholic, particularly for those living in the same home. But boundaries can also be confusing and tricky, and a lot of times I see families setting what they think are boundaries, when really they’re...

Are you a “Fixer”?

I had a conversation with one of Tipping Point Recovery’s former students, who shared an experience I think is pretty common for a lot of family members of someone with substance use disorder (SUD). “I believed that I needed to be everybody’s hero,” she said,...

Who Is the Dear Family Book For?

In the weeks since my book, Dear Family, Why Your Loved One Won’t Accept Help and How to Help Them Anyway, released, I’ve been asked by several people if the book would be a good fit for them to read. It made me realize that since Tipping Point Recovery works with all...

Sobriety Check-In with Austin Karr

I recently was a guest on an episode of Austin Karr’s TikTok live series called Sobriety Check-In.  Austin is a sobriety and transformation coach who I found on TikTok this year, and I instantly felt a connection with his message, his work, and him as a person....

A Hard Truth About Recovery

This is a bit of a good news, bad news situation. The good news is that the path of recovery is a beautiful journey that will leave you stronger, grounded, and more at peace with yourself and your surroundings than you’ve ever been before. The bad news is it probably...

What is a Recovery Conversation?

I've been talking a lot about my book that just came out, Dear Family, Why Your Loved One Won’t Accept Help and How To Help Them Anyway. The book—and Tipping Point Recovery as a whole—came to be because I started having conversations with people as I began to get...

Your Loved One Is Not Unique

Earlier in May, we held a 3-day retreat for the clients in our year-long program, and I came across a reflection from the retreat the year before. In a role playing exercise with one of our Interventionists playing the role of the addict and a dad playing his parent,...