​Incorporating Healthy Living into Recovery

Mike Beychok, MA, CPT, CMO - Guest Bio
MikeBeychokMike Beychok received his degree from the University of Santa Monica (USM) in Spiritual Psychology. He has been facilitating all age ranges for over 10 years and has helped countless individuals work through their issues. Mike decided to become more specifically involved in the addiction field as he saw the great need for coaching that specialized in recovery. Using a very open and intuitive approach, he is easily able to connect with clients to help guide them to a supportive and successful recovery. Having struggled with food addiction and eating disorders himself, he has a deep understanding of what individuals may be feeling and experiencing.

Mike's struggle with weight and body image lead him to become very active in the fields of physical fitness and nutrition. Being recruited as a walk-­on for a Division-1 sports team at a top university gives Mike experience working with some of the top athletes and coaching in the world. He has a genuine passion for helping people with their fitness goals and assisting them in creating a healthy lifestyle to coincide with their recovery.

Mike also graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies Field Major, focusing on the impacts of globalization on marketing and finance. His multiple years of experience in the fields of marketing and business development has given him the perfect background to assist Serenity with their marketing and outreach efforts daily.

Mike looks forward to meeting and helping as many people as possible through their healing journey.
  • Topic Info:Most people think that if you’re on the road to recovery, you’re already focused enough on your health. 

    The truth is that being substance free is just one part of a healthy lifestyle. 

    Being healthy involves making sure you’re focused on proper nutrition as well as on fitness.

    Mike Beychok understands firsthand how to balance recovery and healthy living.

    Mike's struggle with weight and body image led him to become very active in the fields of physical fitness and nutrition. 

    Mike shares his own journey and how he works now to help people with their fitness goals and in creating a healthy lifestyle to coincide with their recovery.