The Seven C's Workshop Series

Each year the Riley Foundation hosts a FREE workshop series to support the unique needs of children from homes with addiciton issues. Research suggests that children impacted by parental addiciton learn the Seven C's Visit The National Association for Children of Addiction for more information. (NACoA link)

Workshop Curriculum
Designed By
Dr. John Livingstone

BIO: Dr. John Livingstone

Dr. Livingstone completed his doctorate at Brigham Young University in clinical psychology. He completed an APA-approved pre-doctoral internship at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is currently licensed in the state of Utah as a psychologist (Utah license #4923696-2501).

Dr. Livingstone specializes in cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) for children, adolescents, and their parents. He also works with adults upon request. He further has specialized training and experience in psychological evaluations and assessments. Psychological assessments includes testing for diagnostic clarification, treatment planning, academic concerns, court-ordered assessment, and child-custody evaluations.

Dr. Livingstone also teaches psychology at Brigham Young University (BYU) on a part-time basis. Courses that he has taught in the past include General Psychology, Life-Span Development, Child Development, Psychology of Gender, Abnormal Psychology, and Psychological Testing and Measurement.

Dr. Livingstone was born and raised in Canada. He has been married for 16 years and he and his wife have four children. His personal interests include playing golf, playing the guitar, and spending time with his family. 

FREE Workshops for children and parents! Each workshop addresses addiction recovery themes using loosely structured activities that are interactive and fun. Each workshop is designed to create environments and conditions that support behavioral and mental health and reinforce individual resilience. 

Each workshop consists of enrichment activities designed to…

  1. Foster healthy self-esteem
  2. Promote positive emotional development
  3. Increase effective coping & communication skills

Direct questions to: Lauren at 619-787-3718 or