Mixed group. Schedule: 90 minute sessions, once a week TBD What happens in the group? -A typical group has up to 8 members -Includes an education component Topics: -Healthy and unhealthy expressions of anger -Emotions behind anger -tools to manage anger/stress in day to day living Therapists and group members develop a trusting, caring and supportive atmosphere that promotes open and honest communication. Members learn from one another. Who leads the group? The process group is lead by two Marriage & Family Therapist Interns: Samantha Pane and Tertia Morcos, under the supervision of Dr. Kari Halko-Weekes, PhD. Samantha is also a certified domestic violence counselor. Both have a passion for encouraging people to explore and experience healthier relationships. Samantha Pane, IMFT firstname.lastname@example.org 909-203-7825
Updated January 30, 2017
Welcome to Life Recovery
We believe everyone can benefit from a Life Recovery experience. We all have struggles in life; struggles with addictions, food, depression, anxiety, and relationships to name a few. But we approach recovery from different angles. Some want a formal recovery meeting with a traditional recovery experience. Others want a recovery experience in a small informal group, or in an existing group they are already comfortable with at their church. And some may prefer learning about recovery at their own pace before jumping into a group or meeting experience. This is the beauty of Life Recovery. Unlike other Christian recovery approaches that mandate how and where their recovery ministry can be employed, Life Recovery brings Christian recovery to you – right where you’re at.