Once a family and its members have decided to move forward into a re-establishing a broken relationship, it will require changes and new boundaries. This is the beginning point of becoming vulnerable for a repeat in the same stresses and trauma that caused the initial separation of the relationship. Addiction is very unpredictable.
Our services surround the steps to start in a journey of courage, character, and faith. There are no guarantees, there is no one and single way to start the journey of repair. There is only a willingness to try, and use a forgiving heart with the awareness it may again be broken. But still, a willingness to try.
T.R.U.S.T. Program: Together, Responding to Unidentified Stress and Trauma. This is the starting point, where past stresses and trauma were left untreated. This becomes the blocking point and most likely needs to be identified and resolved.
T.R.U.S.T. Family Unification
Trust is a broad word with many implications. In our realm we see it as a journey, not a starting point. What the first level work needs to include when looking at family reunification, is T.R.U.S.T. Together Responding to Unidentified Stress and Trauma. This program breaks down the elements of reunification as practical exercises using a number of models that are recognized and considered empirical proven processes.
Our process is more simple than the work is for the family. The models are provided from assessments. Each individual is on their our journey and for this reason our process must follow them where they are with what they need. Therefore, the program is a selection of models and applications with practical exercises and between session will be work required of the family members.
Our objectives are written in the plan of work and match with the goals that are outlined. A goal of communicate feelings of sorrow or disappointment could be matched with achieving three objectives. These objectives when completed will contribute towards finishing the goal. By defining our objectives we bring clarity to the work that is required to move forward.
A T.R.U.S.T. family session takes several meetings. Each meeting fee will be assessed in a discussion depending on the commitment, location and media used.