HOW I CAN HELP
- Learn how to retrain the mind, using cognitive behavioral skills (CBT) to forgive and forget times when we were hurt, disappointed, betrayed, deceived or traumatized
- Forgiveness therapy helps to heal feelings of guilt and shame, abandonment and rejection which can be debilitating and keep us from being our best selves
- Come to terms with your past to be free to be present today, mind, body and spirit
- Forgive yourself, people, places and situations and release the burden of resentments
Do yourself a favor and learn to forgive today !
PERSONALIZED ADDICTION RECOVERY PLAN
HOW I CAN HELP
Beginning a program to recover from any addictive behavior is the first step to freedom. Having a plan for success is crucial. If we fail to plan we often plan to fail.
Coaching sessions 1 to 2 times per week
A customized plan for recovery will be developed to meet individual needs and schedules.
The goal would be to do something every day to improve mind, body and spirit.
A daily, hourly itinerary will be structured to address each area.
Relationship skills, forgiveness of the past and establishing roles, rules, limits and boundaries in current relationships and/or marriage during sessions will also be addressed
Call today, each moment is an opportunity to change!
“Our ultimate freedom is the right and power to decide how anybody or anything outside of ourselves will affect us” Stephen R. Covey
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