Escape the grip of the “ego self,” the place of reactivity, and lower order emotions, feelings, images, thoughts, drives, impulses, desires, intuitions, and sensations.
Access the Higher Self, observer mind, rationality, reason, truth, justice, and love, all the way to Holiness and the Divine.
How to manage the relationship of the soul to the ego self and higher self.
*physical ailments and other factors are taken into consideration and participation in this part of the program can be evaluated on a case by case basis.
The Relapse Prevention Group is a therapeutic gathering focused on empowering individuals in recovery from substance use or behavioral addictions. This group aims to provide members with the skills, knowledge, and support needed to maintain long-term sobriety and prevent potential relapses. Through structured discussions, experiential activities, and shared experiences, participants learn to identify triggers, cope with cravings, and develop personalized strategies to manage stress and challenging situations. With an emphasis on mutual support and accountability, the group fosters a safe, non-judgmental space where members can openly discuss their fears, challenges, and achievements while building a resilient foundation for sustained recovery.
Identify patterns of dis-connection
Explore moral meaning of thinking
Explore moral meaning of behaving
Use day to day issues to teach
Practice resolving conflicts
Re-integrate judgment and action
Identify adaptive function
Explore moral meaning of feeling
Explore where we're trapped
Mechanisms of transformation
Re-integrate the affect and logic
Job Search Goals
Whole Group Engagement
12 Step Goals
In this group we work on developing transparency, authenticity and developing our individual voices to promote self-empowerment. The group creates a safe environment for individuals to freely express themselves and learn to actively listen to others. This group actively promotes an atmosphere of non-judgment, supportive participation and respect for different points of view. Teaching clients to take responsibility for meeting their needs and living up to their own authentic values and beliefs; express their individuality by developing the strength of their authentic convictions and voice; build and maintain their self-definition in the face of others; respect the individuality of others without judgment and/or condemnation; hold diverse opinions of themselves and others with respect, compassion, acceptance and love; continue to assess their inner values, beliefs and needs through a design of ongoing processing; and developing deeper and richer freedom to be who they are through courage, self-honesty and transparency.