One of the cornerstones of substance recovery is a concept called emotional sobriety. The idea is that substance users and others hoping to stay abstinent over the long haul must learn to regulate the negative feelings that can lead to discomfort, craving and ultimately relapse. Doing so is a lifelong project and requires cultivating a whole new way of thinking about life’s struggles. This workshop focuses on the basics of emotional regulation in or around substance use recovery, definitions, concepts and practical tools to use in your journey in your recovery.
Note: No group April 7th
Dates: March 17 – May 26
When: Fridays, 10am – 11am
For more information: Paul Byrne or Mikayla Koevoets
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