The practice of mindfulness has helped Dan Mager to recover from a long period of addition and deal with chronic pain. Today he shares his solutions with others as an author and a blogger.
Dan Mager, MSW, is a writer in long-term recovery with decades-long mindfulness practice. He received his Master of Social Work from the Hunter College of the City University of New York, School of Social Work, and has nearly twenty years of post-masters experience as a psychotherapist and clinical director in a wide range of behavioral health and addiction treatment settings. He is the author of Roots and Wings: Mindful Parenting in Recovery and Some Assembly Required: A Balanced Approach to Recovery From Addiction and Chronic Pain, and writes a blog for Psychology Today. Click here to visit Dan's blog.