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How we became chemically dependant, why we can’t get out, how we eventually walk into freedom.

Introduction:

  • Suicidal Thinking 
  • Co-occurring Disorders 
  • Recovery Coaches 
  • The Valley Approach – Relationship Theory 
  • The Disease Theory – Why is Addiction Called a Disease?  

Prologue: The Exact Nature of Addiction

Section 1: Consequences 

  • The Effects of Addiction 
  • Let’s Focus on Feelings 
  • Examples 
  • Reality Check  
  • Examples 
  • Has Addiction Affected You in the Following Areas 
  • Personal Life 
  • Family 
  • Ethics 
  • Work/Studies  
  • Reality Check 

Section 2:

 Denial:

  • Examples 
  • 2.1 Minimizing Addiction 
  • Examples 
  • 2.2 Justifying Addiction 
  • Examples 

Denial by Blame

  • 2.3 Who and What Did You Blame? 
  • Examples 
  • 2.4 Who and How Did You Blame? 
  • Examples 

Denial by Comparing

  • 2.5 Comparing Yourself to Other People 
  • Examples 
  • Focus on Feelings 
  • Examples 

Section 3: 

Control  

  • 3.1 Attempts to Control Using 
  • 3.2 Attempts to Stop Using 
  • 3.3 Historical Attempts to Stop Using 
  • 3.4 Substance Switching 

Section 4: 

Powerlessness

  • 4.1 Evidence of Powerlessness 
  • Examples 
  • 4.2 Self-centredness 
  • Examples 
  • 4.3 How Does Powerlessness feel? 
  • 4.4 Written Assignment

 Section 5:

 Unmanageability

  • 5.1 Temper Tantrums 
  • Examples 
  • Reality Check 
  • 5.2 Motivational Events  
  • 5.3 Feelings of Responsibility 

Section 6: 

Acting Out

 6.1 How Have You Been Acting Out? 

Section 7: 

Reservations 

  • 7.1 Current Reservations 
  • 7.2 Acting Out Behaviours 
  • 7.3 Current Emotional Struggles  

 Section 8: 

Surrender

  • 8.1 Willingness to Surrender 

Section 9:

Moving On

 Section 10: 

New Beliefs

  • 10.1 Symptoms 
  • 10.2 Emotional Intelligence Growth 
  • 10.3 Obsessive Behaviours 
  • 10.4 Feelings, Thoughts and Attitudes 
  • Family Discussion: Noticeable Changes 
  • Your Valuable Opinions 

Section 11: 

Restoration

  • 11.1 Changes in Thought & Behaviour 

Section 12: Making a Decision

  • 12.1 Actions 
  • 12.2 Difficulties 
  • 12.3 Struggles to Surrender 

 

Section 13: Self Will

  • 31.1 Consequences of Self Will 
  • 13.2 The effect of my Self Will on others 
  • 13.3 Destructive & Constructive Self Will 
  • 13.4 Personal Goals 
  • 13.5 Recovery Principles 

Section 14: 

Relationship Killers 

  • 14.1 Resentments Format 

Section 15: 

Guilt, Fear and Shem in Relationships 

  • 15.1 Guilt and shame around people 
  • 15.2 Guilt and shame when innocent 
  • 15.3 Guilt and shame connected to behaviour 
  • 15.4 Your Fears 
  • 15.5 Hiding your fears 
  • 15.6 Fear based reactions 

Section 16:

 Secrets in Relationships 

  • 16.1 Your current secrets 
  • 16.2 Willingness to list your secrets 
  • 16.3 Blocks to recovery

Section 17:

Readiness for Recovery Relationships 

  • 17.1 Personal conflicts which damage relationships 
  • 17.2 Compulsive relationship seeking 
  • 17.3 Repeating patterns 
  • 17.4 Feeling ‘stuck’ in a relationship 
  • 17.5 Intimacy struggles 
  • 17.6 Feeling like the victim in relationships 

Section 18: 

Reading Assignment

  • Out with the old, in with the new 

Closing thought, journey’s blessing

Section 19: 

One Year Personal Reconditioning Regime 

  1. Month One: Resentments 
  2. Month Two: Recovery of Character Assets 
  3. Month Three: Fear 
  4. Month Four: Recovery of Character Assets 
  5. Month Five: Inappropriate Anger 
  6. Month Six: Recovery of Character Assets 
  7. Month Seven: Control 
  8. Month Eight: Recovery of Character Assets 
  9. Month Nine: Low Self Esteem 
  10. Month Ten: Recovery of Character Assets 
  11. Month 11: Irresponsibility 
  12. Month 12: Recovery of Character Assets

What’s different about this programme? It’s clinically personal. This programme has been designed by highly qualified and deeply experienced ex-addicts over a 25-year period. This is how and why we can compassionately identify, confront and embrace, life-controlling wounds, vulnerabilities and weaknesses in everyone we work with. People stay addicted until they truly understand the spiritual, psychological and relational components of who they turned into, how and why. This programme educates, liberates and supervises people into their true identity and a comfortable individuality.

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