Sister Siren Events
Coming September 2022
Virtual Launch Party
If you're interested in interviewing Michaela about her book, "Sister Siren: A Non-Fiction About Addiction" - Please reach out via email below.
All physical mail can be sent to:
Michaela Kelley Canterbury
C/O Kelley and Canterbury, LLC
821 N St #205,
Anchorage, AK 99501
THE RECOVERY SHOW w. Michaela K Canterbury "Sister Siren" and Walter Wolf "The Right Rehab"
About a 40 minute conversation between Michaela K Canterbury, Walter Wold and Frankie Boyer.
You’re listening to Preferred Company with Joel and friends! Today’s guest is Michaela Canterbury, Personal Injury Trial Attorney and author of ‘Sister Siren’, a non-fiction book about addiction. She shares self-care tips, realistic mindsets and balance while a loved one is in active addiction and how to dig deep into the courage vault with confidence to step into love with an addict. Michaela used her attorney experience to try to find the bad guy in addiction, she explains is there really such as a thing as rock bottom in addiction and why it’s important for the addict to find themselves.
In episode 314 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out what it was like to grow up in Eagle River, Alaska, why Michaela chose Duquesne University for her undergraduate experience, the ups and downs of being the sister to an addict, ways to spot a high functioning addict, how to support an addict during the holidays, self-care when you love an addict, 5 things we should never do with an addict, and additional resources for addicts and those who love an addict.
Michaela Kelley Canterbury is a lawyer, writer and author who recently released Sister Siren, A Non-Fiction About Addiction - A Field Guide On How To Love an Addict that shot to #1 hot new release on Amazon.
Michaela obtained her J.D. at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington and graduated from Duquesne (doo·kayn) University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a BA in political science and a minor in philosophy.
Michaela is licensed to practice law in Alaska and is owner, operator and lead trial lawyer at Kelley & Canterbury LLC, where she works with her husband Christopher; whom she calls her partner in all things.
Michaela resides in Eagle River, Alaska with Christopher, where they raised their son, daughter, and dogs in the same valley and woods where she was raised.
In today's episode, CRISTINA FRANCY. interviewing Michaela Canterbury who is a lawyer and writer. Michaela obtained her law degree at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington, and graduated from Ducane University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and a minor in philosophy. Michaela is licensed to practice law in Alaska and is owner, operator, and lead trial lawyer at Kelley & Canterbury LLC, where she works with her husband, Christopher; partner in all things, Michaela resides in Eagle River, Alaska with Christopher, where they raised their son, daughter and dogs in the same valley and woods where she was raised.
Michaela Kelley Canterbury is a lawyer and writer. Michaela obtained her J.D. at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington, and graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a BA in political science and a minor in philosophy. Michaela is licensed to practice law in Alaska and is owner, operator, and lead trial lawyer at Kelley & Canterbury LLC, where she works with her husband, Christopher – partner in all things. Michaela is author of the book Sister Siren a Non-Fiction About Addiction ~ A Field Guide On How To Love an Addict.
READ MY LIPS PODCAST
My guest today is Michaela Canterbury. Michaela and her family are made up of high functioning business professionals and elite athletes, so when they discovered a heroin addiction in the family it caught everyone off guard. Isn't this something that only affects people who were lacking opportunity and education? Turns out that's not at all the case, and they had to scramble to establish how their family team was going to deal with this issue. Spoiler alert: Addiction doesn't care about your well laid out plans or good intentions.
Things did, fortunately, work out in the end, but the experience as a whole gives Michaela a unique perspective that she can help others with. Today you'll hear the story of her sister and their family from discovery to recovery. Hopefully it can help shed light on the reality of addictions reach and the ways you can help.
JUST DUBM ENOUGH PODAST
The Difficult Path from Drugs To Recovery
Michaela’s sister, Kaylen, was a star in a family of stars. She was athletically gifted, smart and motivated. She played sports, earned a Master’s and was always on the go. And she was a drug addict.
Kaylen’s introduction to drugs started inadvertently when she broke her ankle skating at age 13. She was treated with oxicodonx, hydrocodone and a morphine drip. Next she’d be diagnosed with ADHD, which necessitated a steady stream of drugs. In time, that opened the door to pot, cocaine, mushrooms and more.
DRIVE ON PODCAST
Thriving In Recovery with Michaela Canterbury
Thriving in Recovery is dedicated to sharing stories of recovered and thriving individuals to empower others on their own path of recovery. Each week Justin and Bryce dive into a free-form discussion with individuals who are thriving in recovery. We deconstruct what each guest defines recovery as, challenges they are facing, and breakthrough moments in their recovery process. We walk through the tools and routines our guests use for living their best life. This includes everything from techniques, rituals, favorite books, morning routines, exercise habits, time-management tricks and much more.
THRIVING IN RECOVERY
How to Identify, Support & Love an Addict with Michaela Canterbury
* Common myths about addicts
* How to support without enabling
* Don't be a Judgy McJudger
MR. BIZ PODCAST
Author of Nobody's Victim