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This Rainosek Cloud has the Cutting Edge Centergy of a Complimentary Recovery

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Jackalyn Rainosek is one of co-owners of Cloud-Rainosek & Associates, LP.  She has been working with families and organizations for 40 years.  She received an undergraduate degree in Government and Sociology from The University of Texas in Austin.  Her master’s degree in Counseling was completed at Southwest Texas State University (now known as Texas State University.  Her doctorate is in Counseling Psychology from Texas A&M University.  Her professional endeavors have been “cutting edge”, and moved away from therapy in 1991.  She started a new body of work, which she believes is more compatible with recovery, which is called Centergy.  She is an expert in habitual patterns (better known as process and substance addictions), assists people to emotionally connect to those patterns, and change them.  Her organizational work includes creating socially just organizations, and supporting the development of exemplary leaders, who can support these organizations.  Jackalyn is a master facilitator with Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner’s work The Leadership Challenge.  Our website is www.cloud-rainosek.com.


Jackalyn has been in recovery for a number of years, and has helped to start some twelve step programs.  She started in Al-Anon in 1983; however, did not stay, which is a part of her story.  She helped to start Spenders and Debtors Anonymous in 1987, and Work Alcoholics Anonymous in 1993.  She returned to Al-Anon in 1993 and has 21 years in that program.  She worked the program of SLA starting in 1993, and served on the intergroup board that existed at that time for this program.  She has worked the steps concerning thought and control addiction.  On June 26, 1994, she started her program in AA, and has 19 and half years in this program.