Hope & Healing Grief Support Workshop July 22-24, 2022
Note: This is a rescheduled date from the original date in January 2022
The Hope & Healing Grief Support Workshop is full. To be added to the Waitlist, please go to the Eventbrite Registration Site and Click on "Join Waitlist". If a space opens, we will email you and you will have 48 hours to register. Thank you for your interest in this workshop.
Past participates share their experiences with Hope & Healing
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Join us for a secluded retreat in nature to gain spiritual freedom from the loss you have been carrying. The Hope & Healing Grief Workshop is for those who have lost a loved one to addiction. It is an action program for moving beyond losses and learning new coping strategies to integrate our losses into our everyday lives.
Where: The Lodge at The Vision Ministry in South Huntsville
When: Friday July 22, 2022 at 3 PM - Sunday July 24, 2022 at 12 PM
Cost: $40 per person. This includes all materials, facilitation by experienced counselors, and meals
Registration: Taking Place online now On Eventbrite [https://hope-and-healing-grief-workshop.eventbrite.com]
Lodging will be available on a limited basis ranging from $60/room to $140/room. Families can share rooms that will sleep from 1-6 people. Financial assistance is available if needed. To discuss this possibility, please email NOMA at Mail@NotOneMoreAlabama.org. Each person must complete an application prior to registration being finalized.
The workshop is specifically for individuals and families who have lost a loved one to the disease of addiction. The workshop will be led by Maggie Banger, LPC-S, NCC, Jack Sykstus, LMFT, CSA from Washington, D.C., and Matt Amick from St. Louis, MO.
Maggie is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist through the Grief Recovery Institute. She has also worked in the field of addiction treatment, serving in multiple roles with Bradford Health Services Warrior Lodge location, including being the Clinical Coordinator of the Extended Care Program and facilitating their grief group track for a few years. She has been a clinician for 15 years, the past four being in private practice, and has been invested in aiding people with the disease of addiction and moving through loss for the entirety of her counseling career.
Jack is a native of Huntsville and has spent the past 8 years working in the addiction field in various capacities. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, and Certified Grief Recovery Specialist through the Grief Recovery Institute, Jack works with individuals and families struggling with the effects of addiction, grief, and loss.
Matt is a doctoral candidate in Medical Family Therapy at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. His professional roles have traversed the range of addiction treatment, from early intervention to family therapy. His current research and clinical practice addresses ambiguous loss associated with various physical and mental health conditions.
Contact us at Mail@NotOneMoreAlabama.org for further information
Not One More Alabama is proud to be a Community Partner with The Partnership to End Addiction, an organization that provides personalized support and resources to families impacted by addiction, while mobilizing policymakers, researchers and health care professionals to more effectively address addiction systemically on a national scale.
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