Survivors are resilient and have developed the ability to feel better and experience safety, self-worth, intimacy, and freedom. Difficult emotions, such as shame, guilt, depression, anxiety, anger and many others, may feel like inner perpetrators for many survivors by shutting them down and trapping them in unhealthy patterns. The Day of Recovery is designed to help participants develop a conscious and healing relationship with these difficult emotions – a relationship characterized by exquisite self-compassion, self-respect, and self-direction. We will utilize mindfulness skills, body awareness and empowerment, experiential activities, music, art, outdoor exploration, movement, play, and small-group processing to reach these goals.
The Day of Recovery is shorter than a Level 1 Weekend of Recovery.
General goals for a Day of Recovery – to help you leave with: