The Healed Mom
Psycho-educational exploration of fear in women with addicted loved ones. This session delves into understanding the psychology behind feelings of fear in women who have loved ones struggling with addiction. It examines the differences in the way women experience fear in these situations.
When faced with a loved one's addiction, managing your emotions is crucial. To avoid overwhelming feelings of frustration and anger, it's important to learn about effective anger management techniques. Understanding the difference between expressing anger and managing it.
A book club discussion of the heartfelt story of radio host Delilah in her bestselling book "One Heart at a Time." Join Delilah on a journey through her personal struggle with her son's addiction, and the heart-wrenching loss that came with it. Join us to read her inspiring story. *Delilah will not be in attendance*
A book club discussion of Matthew Perry's "Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing." Join us as we delve into Matthew Perry's memoir and the challenges he encountered while dealing with addiction. We'll examine how his experiences relate to overcoming addiction in your loved one and mechanisms for tackling addiction before it becomes too late.
Explore attachment styles and their relationship with addiction. Join this session where we delve into the psychology behind attachment styles. Participants will not only learn to identify their own attachment styles but also recognize those of their loved ones. We will examine the correlation between each attachment style and the potential to develop addiction.
Looking for ways to improve communication with your loved one who is struggling with addiction? Consider participating in a balloon activity and learning about feelings statements and love languages for both you and your loved one. This psycho-educational approach can help you navigate challenging conversations and develop a better understanding of each other's needs.
In this session, you'll gain insight into the most effective DBT skills that can be used when supporting loved ones who are struggling with addiction. Finally, to reinforce your learning, we will conclude with an engaging interactive quiz.
Join one of our expert-led guided meditation sessions and tap into the benefits of mindfulness. Our skilled clinicians will teach you how to apply mindfulness techniques when dealing with a loved one's addiction.
The Seeking Safety model is an approach to mental health treatment that emphasizes safety as a critical element in the recovery process. We will explore the importance of seeking help and the implementation of a safety plan for both you and your loved one who is struggling with addiction.
This course teaches you to recognize the red and green flags of danger and safety. You will participate in an interactive activity that highlights the course material, shares your top three warning signs, and demonstrates how to apply these concepts to your healing journey.
Exploring the History of Al-Anon/Nar-Anon and the 12-Step Recovery Process:
Join us as we review the origins of Al-Anon/Nar-Anon and introduce the 12-step recovery process. We'll examine each step in detail and explore the "three-legged stool" model of unity, recovery, and service.
Guest Speakers from Al-Anon will share their experiences, coping mechanisms, and words of hope to help you understand and manage your loved one's addiction. The session will conclude with Al-Anon readings to provide additional support.
LOCATION: Via Professional Zoom
12 Weeks of Recovery Workshops (24 total webinars)
We understand the pain and challenges you may be facing with a loved one struggling with addiction. Our team of specialists is here to help you through the healing process. We offer psycho-educational group sessions with course materials and handouts to reinforce learned skills. Take advantage of the opportunity to ask our experts questions to increase your knowledge. Let us help you move towards a brighter future.
Assisting a loved one through addiction has its unique challenges for women. That's why we've created a 24-module program, developed by experts, to provide the most effective guidance. Each psycho-educational group session is dedicated to a new module. The group meets twice a week via Zoom. For optimal results, we urge you to complete all 24 modules and experience the complete healing process.
If your loved one requires critical support during your healing program, we are here to help. We offer a concierge team of Interventionists, Professional Treatment and Placement specialists, as well as after-hours crisis support. We guarantee no hassle, no waitlist, and no chance of denial. Additionally, if your loved one requires a higher level of care, consider adding our Recovery Reprieve Insurance Plan to cover the first 30 days of in-patient treatment.
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