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Women's group for Addiction & PTSD

Do you find it hard to be sober and sane at the same time? If your life experience has included trauma and you used alcohol or other drugs to manage moods and performance, then this is the group for you.  Our group is designed for women who have struggled with both addiction and PTSD. We are a strengths-based coaching group that will support you in developing skills that make it possible to experience better stability, creativity, happiness and energy in recovery. We explore not just addiction and PTSD, but also PTG-- that's Post Traumatic Growth-- which is defined as "positive psychological change," going beyond survival and resiliency to genuinely thriving and enjoying life.  This closed group meets every other week for 90 minutes and is open to women seeking recovery, serenity, and happiness.   Group orientation is on Wednesday July 26th at 1 pm Eastern Time.  Interested? Contact us and we will set up a call to if this is good fit!

Harm Reduction Skills for Alcohol and other drugs

Harm Reduction supports "any positive change." While no one is allowed to attend when actively intoxicated, we welcome group members who may be still be using who want support on how to use alcohol or other drugs more safely, or to learn to moderate, as well as those who abstain from one drug and would like help dealing with another drug.  Like our other coaching groups, the Harm Reduction group is carefully designed to meet the specific interests and needs ofeach member. This group is open to men and women. Potential group members are interviewed to see what interests and needs they have and we use that information to tailor our sessions. We expect to cover topics such as "What is harm reduction?"Other likely topics include reducing harm from relapse, how to detox safely, understanding your relationship with alcohol/drugs and why you use them, what is means to self-medicate, how to control your drinking/smoking, also setting up support to manage prescription medications, and building a stronger set of coping skills.