About the Workshop
Much of the focus of addiction treatment has been on the disease concept and relapse prevention. Little has been done to explore and celebrate the positive aspects of recovery. What’s in it for a person with addiction to get sober? What’s so great about recovery?
This workshop explores the joys of recovery and the ways to achieve them. We will look at recovery enhancement in five aspects: physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual. Besides building a strong rationale for recovery enhancement, specific techniques are presented drawing from a variety of approaches including Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Solution-Oriented Therapy, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Techniques such as future-pacing, time-line therapy, Core Transformation, self-hypnosis, deep relaxation, guided imagery, and the sobriety miracle question are taught, giving participants tools they can use immediately with their clients and peers.
Friday, May 1, 2015 from 8:30 am until 1:00 p.m.
Roads to Recovery
2600 Memorial Avenue, Suite 108 (training room)
Lynchburg, VA 24501
$30.00 Checks payable to Roads to Recovery
4 Contact Hours NAADAC Approved
About the Presenter
Jon M. Winder, LPC, LSATP
Jon Winder is a clinician, author, consultant, and lecturer. He is recognized for his practical and sensitive seminars on addiction, families, and clinical practices, which provide an opportunity to learn new skills in dealing with personal, institutional, & societal changes
Proceeds from this workshop will benefit Roads to Recovery.
We thank our friend Jon Winder for presenting his workshop to benefit our program!
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