2020 Workshop Descriptions

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2 x Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) Lisa S. In ACOA we come to understand how our childhood experiences growing up in an alcoholic or dysfunctional home shape our attitudes, behaviors and choices today. We find solutions so we can learn how to change. We discover ourselves!
3 x x ALANON - Steps 1,2, 3; the 1, 2, 3 dance and the 3 C's Willie H. Exercises, experiences, and ideas on doing the dance regularly over people places and things.
39 x x Art Therapy - It's in the Bag; Left Discovery through Creating Mark P. Participants will engage in a hands on workshop in creating a piece of usable art through an exercise in self discovery.
6 x Bette Midler was Right-You’ve got to Have Friends Rick P. In this workshop we will explore the following 3 topics: 1. Friendship in early recovery-- why does it matter? The huge risk of loneliness. I don’t like everybody in AA and they don’t like me-so what? You need help admit it. 2. Making friends in recovery-how long does it take? How long do they last? Forever? Just for today? People and times change. The tricky balance of caring sharing and being pals. 3. Being a friend in recovery-cliques and politics in 12 step groups, service keeps us open and available to new friends, boundaries make good friends.
37 x Dealing with Fear Anthony C. The workshop dives into the emotions created by fear, understanding the ego that produces these fears, the science behind understanding what effects fear has on our body and brain and most importantly, how to build mental and spiritual tools to combat fear in our everyday lives and grow from them.
8 x x Drop the Rock! Cathy A. Drop the Rock is a colloquial term for Steps 6 and 7. Get in touch with what blocks your true authentic self. Get to it! Then Drop It!! Experience Freedom!!!
41 x Forgiveness through the steps 8 & 9 Trish H. Making amends may seem like a bitter pill to swallow, but for those serious about recovery it can be a good medicine for the spirit and the soul. Steps 8 and 9 are the steps which appear initially most difficult but the rewards of putting this principal into practice can be immense. The spiritual principle involved is that of forgiveness, not only from others, but forgiveness of self, which can bring healing to both parties.
9 x Getting to Know You More Kathleen M. Kathleen McGinley, best-selling author of "Soul Lost, Soul Restored: A Sacred Journey Back to Self", TV show host at Transformation TV, Adventure-based counselor, shamanic practitioner, and founder of Heart Rock Healing, will facilitate a community-building experience for all Rehoboth Roundup attendees that you will talk about for days! Have fun connecting with others as Kathleen engages you in getting-to-know-you activities (“icebreakers”) as well as other gentle activities that promote self-awareness and self-empowerment. Gain clarity as to how you want to show up in 2019 and co-create your future! Get ready to discover your worth as you prepare for a weekend to remember!(Wear comfortable shoes and attire).
10 x x GOD Box Tony F. and Lisa O. “Letting go and letting God” Handle our challenges is easier said than done! Join us for a workshop where you will create your very own “God box”. Place your troubles, concerns, and issues in the box and you will be amazed at the power of this action. Plus, you will love taking time to create something special and personal for yourself.
11 x God in the Middle for Balance Anna Mae S If you want balance put God in the middle. The steps teach us now to exactly do that.
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