Self Care – Women & Men

Men’s Self Care

Recovering individuals who identify as men are all welcome to join this support group. This men’s group aims to help participants overcome trauma from emotional challenges. It is a safe space for all participants to express opinions, share survival stories, describe their challenges, and support each other. The group is coordinated by trained Peer Specialists and Recovery Coaches who educate participants about tips and coping methods that work excellently.

Through the support group, men with diverse backgrounds and health histories get the support needed to live healthier and better lives. The level of success achieved with this group is attributed to the experience of peer specialists overseeing the program. They have seen other participants overcome related situations and many of them have received the support they needed to succeed. This makes it more relatable to help those who experience similar issues.

Other advantages of joining this men’s support group include being educated on how to apply self-care tips by focusing on developing a positive mindset, on purpose. Overall, you will learn how to organize daily activities centered on healthcare so every day brings you closer to regaining good health, strength, and complete control of your life.

Women’s Self Care

This is an open platform to teach those who identify as women about self-care and tips to handle mental and emotional stress. We will cover how to be more intentional about protecting their physical health and mental and emotional well-being. Women, who understand how to practice self-care can avoid anxieties, experience less mood shifts, maintain healthy relationships, and overall treat themselves like queens.

The support group is all about empowering recovering women to become the best they can possibly be, using tested and trusted skills and tips to stay committed to their recovery goals.

The highlights of this group are:

  • Learning how to identify and avoid triggers that could compromise progress made with self-care techniques
  • Developing a long-term self-care routine
  • Addressing fears or worries about past habits or experiences
  • Building the confidence needed to protect self-interests in relationships
  • Learning emotional control and positive thinking to build self-value
  • Sharing recovery experiences, challenges, and worries with other women in a safe space where no participant is judged
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