Every individual has their own form of Spirituality. Faith-based group therapy allows the individual to expand upon this spirituality and explore personal faith and rediscover vision, hope, belief, and reality in their life and the world around them.
In the process of recovering from drug or alcohol addiction and abuse, betrayal, sin, disappointment, anger, and fear etc. there are often feelings of blame, guilt, and shame that you puts upon yourself. This creates an unhealthy level of stress which is very detrimental to recovery. While it is still important to be accountable and responsible for one’s past actions in the process of recovery, letting go can be very liberating. Letting go is when all negative feelings are given up and released into the hands of God, thus freeing up spiritual and emotional space within yourself. This allows for emotional growth, which leads to self-empowerment and the road to long-term sobriety.
Group Therapy Encourage:
- Rise in hope
- Trust in oneself
- Restored connection with others
- Reawakened inner truth
- Renewed life purpose
For a person with strong spiritual beliefs who is struggling with life’s woes, a life without these aspects would not be complete. To be unable to acknowledge your love and trust of God would leave holes in your recovery. A long-lasting complete recovery for you would need to include a group therapy in which people of like mindsets could share their beliefs and help to empower each other through scripture, faith in recovery and spiritual teachings. Join us for our next group therapy bible study session.