Is a loved one’s addiction too much to handle?
Addiction is a family disease. One person may use, but everyone in the family suffers. Family Aftercare is a one-day workshop that provides education, tools and support to family members affected by a loved one’s addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Learn how to make time for yourself to begin your healing process. Allow your loved ones the dignity to take responsibility for their recovery or not. Reclaim your life!
This interactive workshop is presented by Angel Landrum, LPC, LCDC and Loretta Macias, LPC, LCDC. The workshop will be Saturday, March 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sage Recovery & Wellness Center, 7004 Bee Caves Road in Austin.
Registration is $125 per person. Early registration is $99 per person and ends on March 24.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-565-6699
The workshop topics include:
Understanding how family members and a loved one with addiction are on parallel tracks from dysfunction to recovery.
Understand ways one’s family of origin creates imprints that influence current relationships. Recognize and address unhealthy family roles and how to influence positive changes.
Implement healthy self care to maintain improved family dynamics supportive of everyone’s recovery.
Develop a relapse recovery plan to implement before a problem becomes a crisis.