Thursday 6:30 - 8:30 pm
COVID-19 Update :
Starting May 21st people are welcome to join in-person small group sessions (10 or less per room) of Celebrate Recovery.
All participants are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
In addition, we are formulating webinar style programs on topics such as anxiety, depression, addiction, grief and shame by local mental health experts. This will provide an on-line option for people needing help, or for people wanting to find ways to help a loved one, but are not ready to meet in person. Webinars will be held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays starting in June. Please watch the website & facebook page for more information.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with any harmful hurt, hang-up, or habit of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is not exclusive to addictions, all are welcome.
We offer a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling your life.
Laura Murphy, Director
To register for each webinar, people simply need to email MurphyLaura505@gmail.com to receive a zoom invitation. Or, go to Eventbrite.com and search the topic title to register there.
June 9 - 8pm
Join us in a webinar conversation with Liz Graham, LCPC, NCC
TOPIC: Dealing with Underlining Anxiety in an Uncertain World
The uncertainties of Covid-19 keeps a constant undercurrent of anxiety in our society. Discover ways to identify and manage this kind of anxiety in yourself and those around you.
June 23 - 8pm
Join us in a webinar conversation with Lori Worthington, Founder of StressOS
TOPIC: Rapidly Discover Personal Stress Drivers
Stress spots in our lives come from surprising sources. Learn how to uncover and address them, reducing hot-spots of unhealthy habits.
July 14 - 8pm
Join us in a webinar conversation with Tereasa Jones, Certified Life Coach
TOPIC: When Expectations Disappoint Us
Discuss how the ways we form expectations affects the degrees of regret and sadness in our lives.
July 28 - 8PM
Join us in a webinar conversation with Greg Cox and Kelly Greene, Celebrate Recovery Facilitators
TOPIC: Fighting Isolation and Addiction
Social distancing can bring on feelings of isolation, drawing people further into addiction behaviors. Talk through ways to stay in community and move further into sobriety.