HOW I WORK
To find sobriety, the addict needs to reconnect and heal themselves. This is achieved through exploring the depletions in their psychological, physical, emotional, spiritual, financial, and social wellbeing. Addiction is a coping mechanism, grounded in these depletions, growing out of the necessity to survive, and becoming the conduct that destroys that survival.
As long as the person is acting out addictively there is no chance of personal healing and sobriety. This journey begins with making cognitive and behavioral changes. Little by little the person replaces the unhelpful addictive thinking with helpful actions. This, in turn, promotes helpful thinking and thus helpful actions, and in this way little by little the addiction is replaced with sobriety.
All the person needs is the willingness to want to make the change and to remember that they cannot do it alone.