This free, ongoing eight-part program teaches about the disease of chemical dependency, codependency, enabling, treatment, family roles, and behavioral addictions. The series has a special significance for people who are concerned about the addiction of a family member, a friend, or themselves.
Recovery and Addictive Behavior
Intervention and Treatment
Co-Dependency in Relationships
Co-Occurring/Mental Health Disorders
Adolescence and Parenting
OCTOBER 19-21, 2018, With Craig Weiner and Alina Frank
Learn the Art and Science of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques or “The Tapping Technique”) in this EFT workshop and join millions worldwide who are learning this life-changing technique. EFT, commonly referred to as Tapping, has gained rapid popularity because it has been demonstrated to quickly and effectively resolve dysfunctional feelings, thoughts, behaviors and beliefs which can lead to challenges in relationships, health, work and more. Basically, if there are negative emotions and stress involved, EFT may well be able to resolve those aspects that can lead to significant relief and ease in one’s life. Learn to implement this powerful mind-body approach which is supported by peer-reviewed research, drawing from the fields of interpersonal neurobiology, neuroplasticity models and the field of epigenetics.
If you are ready to transform your health, your relationships and your vision of who you truly are, then come join us to learn EFT Tapping techniques. If your life is grounded in being of service to others, then EFT will quickly become your tool of choice. Whether you are curious about EFT for self-help or you are in the healing/helping professions, this training will give you confidence in the art of its delivery. From the professional working with clients to the laymen looking for self-application, everyone walks away having the skills to succeed with this extraordinary healing modality.
Please make plans to join us on March 27, 2019 for the 10th Annual Celebration of Recovery to be held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. We are proud to honor Tony Say as he receives the Jim McGuinness Award for his contribution to the recovery community and special guest Dr. George Young, Sr. as he receives the Community Impact Award for his mental health and substance abuse treatment advocacy.