MEET THE FOUNDER
Cindy Rae Cooley
Prescriptions Anonymous Founder,
SWFL Grief Recovery
Medication Addiction Recovery Coach
Families in Recovery Coach
Grief Recovery Method Specialist
Medication Addiction Recovery and Grief Recovery Specialist Cindy Rae Cooley has focused her life passion on improving lives affected or afflicted with prescription, over-the-counter addictions and families healing from addiction loss of a loved one.
Specializing in medication addiction transitions and addiction loss Cindy Rae Cooley is ever-committed to assuring that those whom she is entrusted with are motivated and committed to conquering their addiction recovery challenges and improving life-changing goals. After having successfully embraced medication addiction recovery and post-traumatic stress disorders of her own in 1997, Cindy Rae Cooley has tactfully combined her empathy and passion for social recovery change with her admirable experience and credentials. This combination has equipped her to provide quality coaching in a manner that motivates individuals to achieve their full potential, return to a level of functioning that will provide them with great self-worth, and conquer the stigma and shame that generally arises when individuals seek recovery support from significant life events.
Cindy Rae Cooley attended Pennsylvania State University and University of Maryland undergraduate studies in Psychology. She formed the Women’s Crisis Center the first support group network for date rape in 1980 while attending Pennsylvania State University. Cooley formed the first national support groups for pill addiction in 1998 formed in 35 states named “Prescriptions Anonymous”. Cooley has been published and interviewed in multiple media journalists, radio, healthcare magazines, and TV. Her new second edition novel released 11/2020 “Swallowing A Bitter Pill, How Prescription and Over-The-Counter Drug Abuse is Ruining Lives-My Story", Her first novel was published in 2001 was nominated for best non-fiction self-help book in its category.
SWALLOWING A BITTER PILL
Swallowing A Bitter Pill: 2019 second edition now available for purchase.
Cindy Mogil-Cooley's story of addiction to prescription and over-the-counter drugs, treatment rehabilitation, relapse, and current long-term recovery since 1997.