Reveille Seminar; Understanding Addiction and Recovery. One day recovery experience for those struggling with addiction, their family members, and helpers. Bring your desire to change, we will show you how.
Sept 9, 2012, Washington, DC, Mini-Reveille, Addiction Recovery Seminar, 9 am to 4 pm. Gaithersburg Marriott’s Washingtonian Center, 9751 Washingtonian Blvd. Gaithersburg, Md.
October 20, 2012, Houston TX. Mini-Reveille, Addiction Recovery Seminar, Molen Associates Training Facility, 11555 Champion Forest Dr. 77066, 9 am to 4 pm.
Nov 11, 2012, Mesa AZ, Mini-Reveille, Addiction Recovery Seminar, 9 am to 4 pm.
Designed specifically for addicts, their families and helpers, Reveille is an intensive recovery seminar. The curriculum brings understanding by making sense of the addiction mess, and provides the solutions that make recovery possible. Especially for those who have struggled to find healing or have experienced treatment failure. The following will be emphasized:
- Education – Understanding the disease
- Planning — Charting the Recovery Path
- Goals — Outlining the goals of recovery
- Change — How compulsions are extinguished
- Helpers — The helpers role
- Rules of Recovery — The rules that lead to recovery
- Benchmarks — How we measure success
- 12 Step Work – The key to spiritual healing
- Skill Building — Raising the ability to change
- Tool Gathering – Acquiring the tools of recovery
- Usual Suspects — These guarantee recovery failure
Bring your desire to change, we will show you how.
Sign in at 9 am. Seminar held 9:30 to 12:30 and 1:30 to 4:00 (Lunch not included)
Who should attend:
- Addicts and recovering addicts
- Family members
- Church and spiritual leaders
- Counselors and therapists
- Treatment providers
Some comments from recent participants:
Great job! I feel like your material is dead on and you addressed so many important aspects of the recovery process. I would highly recommend this seminar to others struggling with addition.
Great material and stories made this seminar come alive! (Read the book first and you will get even more out of the seminar.)
This was a great opportunity. I am loving “The Waterfall Concept.” You have combined 12 Step recovery ideas, church and spiritual items with our own recovery. Great example of how to do recovery. Great work! Thank you!
Most helpful. Absolutely great inter-perceptions!
Led by Roger Stark, addiction counselor and author of The Waterfall Concept; A blueprint for addiction recovery.
“The Waterfall Concept, A blueprint for addiction recovery” is a remarkably practical, well-written book for the LDS counselor working with addictions. Its author, Roger Stark, knows whereof he speaks, with a voice that is seasoned with clinical experience and grounded in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In addition to a very worthwhile metaphor for addiction treatment, he provides a storehouse of concepts and techniques that have already added measurably to my clinical tools. I am finding in my reading and re-reading of his book therapeutic wisdom for this particular client set; more importantly, I’m finding a deeper understanding of how we must pay the price to come unto the Savior in order to truly be healed.” M. Gawain Wells, Ph.D. Clinical Child Psychologist
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