Family Weekend Intensive starts tomorrow, February 17, at Casa Capri Recovery!
This three-day family relationship healing intensive brings together a group of families and gently guides members toward new ways of thinking about themselves in the family, to open understanding and communication, and foster healthier ways of relating and interacting. The goal is to free the family from harmful cycles of communication and behaviors while increasing the likelihood of a better outcome for the client in treatment. Our intention is for family members to leave the workshop in a more curious and open state, with a commitment to shift away from impaired coping and toward health and harmony. Our clinicians invite families to this event at the appropriate time in the treatment and recovery process.
Primary Goals of the weekend Workshop:
– Interrupt the cycles of loss, turmoil, and relapse
– Promote connection and open up communication at any stage in the client’s recovery
– Practice healthier ways of coping with stress, uncertainty, and feeling trapped or powerless
– Develop language to reduce the power of dependency-reinforcing interactions
– Join a network of supportive allies for family members who ‘get’ family system distress
– Increase the likelihood that the woman in treatment will make recovery her project
The Friday to Sunday format incorporates a variety of interactive and instructional learning methods. In most cases, families will also participate in an individual session with a Casa Capri clinical team member. We look forward to connecting with our clients’ families for a time of learning and personal growth!
If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction and need treatment, we would love to talk with you and see how we can help you. PLEASE CALL 844.252.4114. Our counselors are here to guide you through the process.
Melissa Holmes Goodmon is the founder and CEO of Casa Capri Recovery, a leading California addiction treatment center created just for women—by women. Melissa is a licensed clinician and has stayed on the cutting edge of women’s treatment since 2006. Because of her own beautiful recovery story, she is proud to be among a small group of trailblazers since founding Casa Capri Recovery for Women in 2011, leading the way for other women to join them in this otherwise male-dominated industry. She is considered an advocate for the recovery community in the truest sense, standing up to discrimination and legally fighting for the rights of sober people in recovery to live in peace. To learn more about advocacy or if you’ve experienced discrimination, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out casacaprirecovery.com for more information on our program, or please give us a call at 844-207-4880.