The Family Recovery Solution

The Family Recovery Solution

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The Family Recovery Solution (TFRS) is online family recovery coaching that bridges the gap between cultural stigma and shame trickling down that isolates the family, and their reaching out with the assurance of confidentiality (if needed). As well, TFRS is a complement to all addiction treatment services by providing an online Deep Community for families to having ongoing support from what they learned in their family program, OR the Deep Comunity can be a family component that supports the work of the individual with the addiction.

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Lafayette, CO 80026
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

The Family Recovery Solution Deep Community is a safe - potentially confidential if needed, easy entry point to connect with like-minded others, a slew of resources accessible 24/7, and time and space for them to process the info, and move forward when THEY are ready.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Sure, I have the license (LPC) for therapy and credential for addiction counseling (CACIII), but over time it's been clear that starting slower is actually faster. Hence the Deep Community and empowering families to learn what is best for them vs. waiting for the next shoe to drop and the immediate chaos to drive the process of reaching out.

Of course, I have my own story of living with addiction in my family - seeing, feeling, and experiencing the challenges with minimal resources.

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The Family Recovery Solution Deep Community costs is $45 a month for a basic membership with opportunties for a family group facilitated process, or indivudal family faciliated process.

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