Finding Freedom – holistic group for parents of addicts

When:
05/10/2021 @ 6:00 pm – 07/12/2021 @ 6:30 pm
2021-10-05T18:00:00+01:00
2021-12-07T18:30:00+00:00
Where:
Online
Cost:
See below
Contact:
Suzan Joy Wells
07795517157

A proactive and  positive group to support you find new understanding and start living life fully irrespective of where your son or daughters journey takes them.

  • Develop self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-love.
  • Increase resilience and agency.
  • Promote boundaries and responding vs reacting.
  • Plan and have fun.

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Sessions include:-

  • Chair based mindful movement to
    • Activate the parasympathetic nervous system, calm stress, and foster rational thinking.
    • Improve mental wellness and health including immune and digestive systems.
  • Sharing
  • Enquiry
  • Relaxation
  • Techniques and resources for home practice

It will compliment psychotherapy and 12 step programmes and also stand alone.

After class I feel:

Freer, Lighter, Happier, Lovely and tingly, Warm and glowing, As if a burden has been taken away from me, Calm and relaxed, A shift, Strength, openness, blossoming

Feedback:

The session are liberating and re-affirming.

I know I am not alone

This course made a huge difference to the way I dealt with my son.

I thought I was alright but a huge weight lifted.

Wear:

Loose, comfortable clothing and have available:-

Bring:

  • 2 cushions
  • Blanket
  • Note-book and pen
  • Water if needed

Closed Facebook group open to all parents of addicts.

Booking: –

Email Suzan

Testimonials:

Thanks for the great suggestions and I am going to put it to work with my son.

The tools you taught help.

It’s a Wise Womanhood.

Something very special happens in the sessions.

I am grateful for all you are doing for me and my daughter.

Yesterday I was in tears, after the session I feel much better.

I find your words enormously helpful.

They so reflect where I am at with managing my well being and emotions around my son.

This is what I need to do.