(The CAP sessions) helped them (clients) to become comfortable in their own bodies, something that increases their abilities in their recovery.   

Pam J. Moore, LICSW, PIP



The Moore Institute


February 2016


Anne Markham Bailey


Pam and Steve Moore have devoted their time, talent and heart to working with clients who understand that the old patterns are not sustainable.  They have a personal and professional focus on recovery. With the high percentage of relapse at 66% in standard inpatient and outpatient treatment, they developed a new model, MMRP. Multi Modal Recovery Process is based on individual needs and each person engages in a plan tailored to their spot on the continuum of addiction.  They engaged CAPI for weekly Creative Awareness Practice sessions.  Says Pam Moore, the sessions "helped them [the clients] to become more comfortable in their own bodies, something that increases their abilities in their recovery." 


What we’ve accomplished:



A grounded approach to engaging and healing trauma by deepening awareness of the physical being, with the view that the body records and stores all data.



We invite students to explore the power of existence that is the basis of our existence as beings, and to slowly learn to engage through simple practices. This steady work helps the student discover their inherent and self-existing value, the energetic forces of being a body that are often ignored or shut down, and the benefits of deep relaxation



Creative Awareness Practice is a set of tools that can help clients feel that they are not victims of either their own internal patterns or of the world around them.  Students are able to feel supported by their own practice as they work to engage in the world beyond their substance of choice.