Family Supported Recovery
1/2 Day Training
A Workshop for Family Members and Friends of those with a Substance Use Disorder
Join us for this informative, inspiring and educational workshop that has been specifically created for those who love or support families of someone struggling with a Substance Use Disorder.
Taking a strength based and compassionate approach, this workshop is designed to support parents, family members and helping professionals in learning how to be a more effective and influential partner in the ongoing battle with addiction and early recovery, while also respectfully and empathically empowering families to give equal or greater focus to their sense of wellness, satisfaction and health.
And, if you support families in your work as a clinician, therapist, counselor or coach, you will find this workshop to be filled with tools and coach-like methods that will inform your practice with families.
LIMITED SPACE! RESERVE YOUR SEAT(S) TODAY!!!
Saturday, October 5, 2019
Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
$50/couple (any two people attending together!)
Location: ArtisanWorks, Gallery Q; 565 Blossom Road, Rochester, NY 14610
Fee: Includes participant materials, coffee and snack. If the fee presents a financial difficulty please indicate so on the registration form. Your fee will be waived or you are free to make a donation.
PAYMENT IN FULL IS DUE IMMEDIATELY, (you are guaranteed a seat when payment is received) please mail payment to:
22 Upton Park
Rochester, NY 14607
Or pay via PayPal - see registration form. Your registration is guaranteed/confirmed
once payment is received. Thank you!
Some of the topics that will be covered in this interactive workshop include:
The impact of Addiction on Loved Ones A Parallel Process
Staying in Your Hula Hoop! Tipping the scale toward motivation to change
Spectrum of Attitudes How relationships impact Recovery!
Recovery Core Values What beliefs guide my idea of Recovery?
Effective Communication Strategies: O.A.R.S. - The language of Recovery!
Multiple Pathways of Recovery: There is no one answer!
Stages of Change and Ambivalence How do you define your recovery?
Family Recovery Wellness: Create your Plan!