Reawakening Our Innate Resilience
For Families with Addiction and in Recovery
If you love someone with an addiction or one in recovery but aren’t sure how to be supportive, helpful and in the process maintain your own sanity, serenity, and balance, then this online retreat is for you.
This six part series will show you the way to “love and understanding” that will allow you to love an addict without losing yourself in the process and at the very least, not get in the way of their recovery process. In this online six part retreat we will cover the following subjects:
Love And Understanding—the key to finding our own well-being and being a positive influence in the life of someone struggling with addiction.
Who’s Really “Causing” My Experience? The true source of our feelings and experience. Freeing ourselves from blaming others and finding our power and freedom to be by recognizing the inside-out nature of the human experience and the principles that govern it.
Letting Go of judgment, over responsibility, worry, controlling, blaming, guilt and other common reactions to someone struggling with an addiction.
Seeing Past Their Addiction to the health that lies within, no matter how lost they are or how hopeless it seems.
Maintaining Our Sanity is the most loving thing you can do even if others are struggling.
Walking On Eggshells undermines our sanity and perpetuates reactivity—Honesty from a more neutral stance is the antidote.
We Are All Innocent—Learning to see innocence in ourselves and others. We are doing the best we all can given our thinking in the moment.
What Is Support vs Enabling? How to support your loved one without enabling them.
What Are Healthy Boundaries? Learn what a boundary really means and how to set them with calm resolve and compassion.
Forgiveness Is For You Not Just Them How deepening our understanding of how we create our psychological experience, leads to being open to forgiveness of yourself and others.
Webinar Series: This will be a six part bi-weekly series available on your computer or smart phone on Zoom, a video program that will allow all to listen and participate through chat and audio/video. All sessions will be recorded for those who miss a session or want to listen to it again. Detailed instructions will be sent to participants who sign up. If you don’t have a computer you can call in and listen on the phone.
Cost: $190 for the six sessions
Dates: March 1, 15, 29 & April 12, 26, May 10
Times: 1:00 PM Central USA time to 2:30 PM
Joseph Bailey, M.A., L.P. (70) is an author, seminar leader, consultant to organizations, public speaker, psychotherapist and a licensed psychologist.
His work in the addictions field has included the Texas Department of Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Division as a trainer of CD counselors; Texas Commission on Alcoholism as the state prevention director of alcohol abuse and alcoholism prevention; The Johnson Institute as a trainer and coordinator the family school with Sharon Wegsheider-Cruz. He has spoken around the world and the USA to various treatment centers and professional conferences on his 3 Principle-based approach to addiction and mental health issues. He is currently working as a consultant to Gulf Breeze Recovery Center in Florida.
Joe is author of six books including the best seller, Slowing Down to the Speed of Life with Dr. Richard Carlson, The Serenity Principle, The Speed Trap, Slowing Down to the Speed of Love, Fearproof Your Life: How to Thrive in a World Addicted to Fear, and his latest book that he contributed to, Creating a Marriage You’ll Love (2010). He is currently working on his sixth book, The Transformation Principle. You can learn more about Joe and his work at www.joebaileyandassociates.com.
Danielle Guinaugh is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and currently the Clinical Director at Gulf Breeze Recovery where she has worked since it’s inception in 2013. Prior to working with Gulf Breeze Recovery, she provided counseling services in the Escambia County Jail, working with individuals struggling with addiction and many other life concerns. She received her Master’s Degree in Psychology and Counseling from Troy University in October of 2013. She is also a Master’s Level Certified Addiction Professional.
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