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Meet Chris Shea
AUTHOR, SPEAKER, LIFE COACH, EDUCATOR
Chris Shea has worked in the addiction counseling field as a clinician and administrator since 1994. He's been responsible for implementing treatment program models while integrating evidence-based treatments to promote lifelong recovery. His counseling experience is preceded by an almost decade-long pastoral ministry as a hospital chaplain in DC and a retreat leader in the New England region. Chris divides his time between Lifesjourney and as an adjunct professor at McDaniel College's Graduate School of Counseling.
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“The goal for inner peace is not to eliminate our anxiety, the goal is in the actions we take to cope with our anxiety and everyday stress.” -Chris Shea
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“Life is sometimes difficult, but even so, it is always possible to find inner-peace. I cover topics of daily life which cause us stress and anxiety, guiding us on how to change our perspective and to learn how to live in the moment." -Chris Shea, host of "On Finding Peace"
Recent Blog Posts
As the new year began, many of us made resolutions for ourselves with healthy living intentions. We resolved to make our life better, to be healthier, to be successful, and overall to be different from who we’ve been. But now, as the year progresses, we lament that many resolutions are less accomplished than we hoped.…
“If one were to devise an experimental set of circumstances which would test the integrity of an individual’s mood control, one would invent the year-end holiday season.” Jonathan Himmelhoch (Psychiatrist, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic) If you or someone you know are feeling down during the holiday season, there’s no need to worry. There are…
Trying to accomplish change and reduce stress seems impossible. Change itself brings on stress, so how can change minimize stress? I thought that, too, until I started practicing mindfulness in the Autumn of 2012. Let me explain. Let’s go back to the 1980s when I snapped this picture while living in an unassuming community in…
“The key to stress reduction is in focusing our thoughts and actions on that which we can control, our thoughts and feelings, not on what we can’t control, situations and other people.” -Chris Shea