Training day for pastoral workers on helping people with addiction. The day will aim to educate and inform churches around addiction and how to work with and support people who are struggling with addictive lifestyles. There will also be guidance on how to run a ‘Building Recovery’ group.
With Dave Cooper, Counsellor (http://www.davecoopercounselling.org.uk/)
About Dave Cooper
“Over the past thirty odd years I have run Treatment Centres, trained staff and developed the Building Recovery programme. I now have a good grasp on what works and what doesn’t”.
Building Recovery is a course/group that has proved effective in helping people recover from addiction. This course is now being run in schools, churches, Therapy Centres and large GP practices in the UK.
Venue: The Green House, South Parade Baptist Church, Kirkstall Lane, Leeds, LS6 3LF
Day & time: Saturday 10 March 2018, 9.30 am-4.30 pm
Cost: £30 if booked by 31 Jan, £35 if booked by 7 March, £45 at the door
Please note that places are limited to 35.
Feedback from previous Building Recovery workshops:
This day offered me a structure on which I can build my contact with heroin addicts. I now have the confidence to interact with my clients. Great day. Excellent quality. (Phil, Recovery Coach, Preston Drug and Alcohol Service)
This workshop gave me a greater understanding of addiction and clarification of a successful approach to working with those who wish to break the cycle of their addictions. I just wanted to say thank you. The workshop was much appreciated. (Sue, Psychologist, NHS)
Thank you for a brilliant day with so much detailed information. Your experiences are so relevant and needed today. (John, Recovery Coach, Private Rehabilitation Centre)