Our Staff
 
    
 
Dr. John Livingstone
 
Dr. Livingstone completed his undergraduate and Doctorate at Brigham Young University in clinical psychology. His internship was completed at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Livingstone teaches psychology as an adjunct faculty member at BYU. Dr. Livingstone was born and raised in Canada and currently resides in Utah with his wife of 19 years and their 4 children. In addition to spending time with his family, he also enjoys playing the guitar & golf. Currently licensed in the state of Utah (#4923696-2501). 
 
 
John, as he's known by our attendees, has overseen the development of the Seven Cs Workshop Series since its inception. His expertise in child and adolescent psychology, addiction treatment, and other needs of the population we serve provide the foundation for this unique support program. The workshop series approaches addiction issues from a child's perspective and needs. When children and their caregivers attend a workshop, they recieve age appropriate addiction education and support while learning tools they can use to cope better with thier loved one's illness. We are very proud of the workshop series and grateful to have Dr. Livingstone on our team!
 
 
 
 
Lauren Rencher
 
Lauren was born and raised in Provo, Utah, and currently lives in Orem with her husband and two children. She studied community health and behavioral science at UVU earning a Bachelor of Integrated Studies in 2015. Lauren is the program director for the Riley Foundation, and also teaches yoga and personal health groups in the addiction treatment setting. Since beginning her own recovery from addiction in 2010, Lauren has become a passionate advocate for increased awareness and understanding of mental health and addiciton disorders. We love having her on our team!
 
 
 
Our Volunteers
 
We have a caring group of volunteers that help us do what we do! Our volunteer team is made up of adult children of addiction and other non-using supportive adults who give their support and understanding to those who attend our workshops. We are so lucky to have them on our team!