This group is a FREE community resource. However, pre-registration is required. Please fill out a contact form at the bottom of this page if you are interested or would like more information about joining.


** GROUP BEGINS JULY 11, 2019 ***
Every Thursday, 5:30pm – 7:00pm

The good news is that you are not your addiction.

But you do need support from others to overcome it.

Sure, we can try to get clean all on our own. But the problem with doing it alone is that the positive changes you make will only be temporary.

Real recovery starts with building trust and connection with other people.

Whether we like it or not, being human means getting the support and approval of others. Not only does it feel good, it helps us feel good about ourselves.

How on earth could we stay sober otherwise?

Recovery doesn’t have to be painful.

Led by addiction and recovery therapist Emily Sussman, LCSW, our Life After Sobriety Group is all about supporting each other in early sobriety, coping with cravings and difficult emotions, becoming self-aware and resilient, and providing the support that’s so important to the recovery process.

At each session, we start with check-ins, discussing the challenges, problems, and successes we’re experiencing. From there, we focus on a specific topic that relates to the addiction and recovery process. Please note that this group is not a 12-Step meeting, but rather, a therapeutic group.

Group topics will include…

Stages of Change
What to Expect in Early Recovery
Managing Urges and Cravings
Handling Anxiety and Depression
Addictive Thinking
Thoughts, Emotions, Behaviors
Relapse Prevention Skills
Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction
Progression of the Disease of Addiction
Beliefs, Thoughts, Habits, Lifestyle, Destiny
Addiction as a Family Disease
Spirituality and Finding Your Meaning
Choosing Your Identity
Preventing Self-Sabotage
Finding Support and Community
Assertiveness and Communication Skills

Please call (574) 276-7306 or fill out a contact form below if you’d like to register for the Life After Sobriety group or hear more about how it can help you.