The Schnellenberger Family Foundation and Team Recovery Boot Camp take to the road for a comprehensive three-day Family combining the educational know-how of our Basic Training: Family Edition webinar series with the face-to-face insight gleaned from our Basic Training: Family Weekend. In addition to the SFF hosts and RBC staff, the Family Retreat features guest speakers, role-playing workshops, assessment tests, treatment seminars, group therapy sessions and a many more recovery-related activities. Click here for more information.
Schnellenberger Family Foundation’s: Basic Training: Family Retreat
A comprehensive three-day recovery-centric Family Retreat hosted by the Schnellenberger Family Foundation and our affiliated Recovery Boot Camp.
The Family Retreat is based in parts upon the client-centric methods and principles employed in Recovery Boot Camp’s Basic Training program and family-centric methods and principles found in both the SFF/RBC Family Weekend and the Basic Training: Family Edition educational webinar series.
Like RBC’s Basic Training program, the Retreat will cover the neurological and physiological aspects of addiction, as well as the impact substance abuse has on an addict’s mental, emotional and spiritual health. And like the SFF/RBC Family programs, the Retreat will chart the impact a loved one’s addiction has on a family’s well-being, the role each family plays in a loved one’s addiction, and how best to counter the impact and redefine the role.
Mostly though, the Retreat is designed to provide the tools necessary to restore mental, emotional and spiritual health, on both sides of the recovery equation, and to ensure families are fully equipped to help their loved ones achieve long-term sobriety.
Topics include the Disease Model, Recovery, Relapse, Boundaries & Bottoms, and Warning Signs, from both the Addict’s and the Family’s Perspective, plus an additional segment covering Family Self Care. There’ll be guest speakers, role-playing workshops, assessment tests, treatment seminars and group therapy sessions, as well as intensive training in all things addict and alcoholic.
Think of the Schnellenberger Family Foundation’s Family Retreat as a three-day immersion in the solution to the problem of addiction.