Meet Gabs. One of our hardworking long term volunteers. Gabs shares a little about himself, what brought him to New Life and what he loves about living and working in our vibrant community.
We’re pleased to have Jamie Willis from Antidote UK with us here at New Life Foundation. Antidote is the leading addiction treatment LGBT support group in the UK. Jamie has been taking time out of his […]
The unique therapeutic mindfulness program we offer at New Life is designed to provide you with a wide variety of tools to cultivate inner growth. Our supportive community provides the best possible environment for healing […]
Meditation and Mindfulness are cornerstones of New Life, but what exactly is it and how can it aid us in our daily lives? Scott Rowe, the new resident meditation instructor, offers his take on it […]
We are all on the same team really! There is a fundamental need inside every living being for connection and here at New Life we are fortunate to learn how to foster healthy fulfilling connections. […]
Chaos can be creative, but also exhausting. For Jennifer, the state of confusion she was in made her addicted to many different kinds of drugs and distractions. Doing everything she could to run away from herself, her inner love gradually faded. In this interview Jenny talks about her journey at New Life:
Brian arrived at the New Life Foundation on his 35th birthday and has experienced a profound change in many different aspects of his life since then. Finally clean after 15 years of addiction, Brian’s plans for his new life are to come back to Thailand to enjoy in his recently found passion: to teach the children at the local school.
One of the most inspiring things about being part of the New Life project is having the privilege of hearing the stories that people share about their lives. Matthieu from Belgium came to New Life because he was suffering from depression and cocaine addiction. He talks to us about the anger he has to face every day, learning how to be vulnerable, and his determination to succeed in his recovery.
Gabriel Loewinger has been travelling for 11-and-a-half months on a Watson Scholarship to study alternative treatments for drug addiction recovery in Peru, Brazil, Vietnam and here in Thailand. He came to New Life Foundation to discover how it can help those looking to recover from suffering. This is Part Two of our interview with him.