Meet TJ Woodward
Revolutionary recovery expert, bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and treatment specialist.
As an inspirational speaker and educator, TJ enlightens and entertains audiences around the world. Utilizing his captivating and authentic style, he assists people in literally changing the way they exist through his informative and dynamic talks and trainings.
As an addiction treatment specialist, TJ assists treatment programs in achieving brilliant results through his program development, curriculum designing, and clinical trainings.
In 2108, he was given the distinct honor of being selected as a thought-leader on wholehearted.org along with Brene Brown, Dr. Gabor Mate, and Mark Lundholm.
In 2017, TJ launched The Conscious Recovery MethodTM, which is a ground breaking and effective approach to viewing and treating addiction. TJ Woodward's Conscious Recovery MethodTM moves beyond simply treating behaviors and symptoms. It focuses on the underlying root causes that drive destructive patterns, while providing clear steps for letting go of core false beliefs that lead to addictive tendencies.
The Conscious Recovery MethodTM consists of both residential and outpatient interactive groups and individual spiritual counseling sessions. It is a system of care that can be integrated into any existing treatment program and is intended to enhance holistic, integrated care.
TJ is also the founding minister of Agape Bay Area in Oakland, which was the first satellite community of The Agape International Spiritual Center in LA. He was ordained by Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith and Agape International in 2018. TJ also hosts the Conscious Being Radio show each week on Unity Online Radio.
TJ published his first book, Conscious BEING: Awakening to Your True Nature in 2015, and his second book, Conscious Recovery: A Fresh Perspective on Addiction was released in December of 2017. His third book, Conscious Creation: 5 Steps to Embracing the Life of Your Dreams, will be released in 2021.
In 2010, TJ graduated from the Spiritual Development Program and in 2011, graduated from the Leadership Development Program, both at Unity Institute.
Peace is not a destination; it is a way of being.
- TJ Woodward