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Relapse Plan Workshop

July 23, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

$110.00

A relapse plan is an essential recovery tool for any person healing from betrayal trauma. A relapse plan allows a wife to respond to a relapse versus react. Planning ahead for something we all hope will never happen offers a woman the space to think clearly, identify her needs and layout steps to meet those needs.

Join Lyschel Burket and coaching team for a 2 day workshop (total of 4 hours). You will have the opportunity to understand a relapse plan and construct one that is personal to you.

Meeting Dates are July 23rd and July 30th 
9:00am – 11:00am EST

 

Workshop will include:

  • 2 day workshop (4 hours total of live support) plus a 60 min mid week check in.
  • Facilitated by APSAT coaches Lyschel Burket, Debbie Ferree, and Dani Peterson.
  • Education, worksheets, small group breakouts for discussion, and brainstorming.
  • Goal is to have a completed relapse plan by the end of the workshop.
  • Opportunity to connect and brainstorm with other women on the healing journey with you.
    (valued over $460 in support)

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Details

Date:
July 23, 2022
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT
Cost:
$110.00

Venue

Zoom

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