Happy New Year!
The New Year brings fresh beginnings. Here are some exciting new things happening at CRR as we start 2018.
We are welcoming two new therapists onto our clinical team.
Robert Rubinow is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years in the counseling field specializing in working with individuals and couples dealing with the harmful effects of pornography and sexual addiction, childhood sexual trauma, and unhealthy relationship patterns that inhibit marital intimacy. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team. Robert also offers EMDR, a research validated method for treating trauma.
Scott Bradley has a Master’s in Counseling and is in his Residency. He has over 18 years of experience working with adolescents in various settings. His experience walking alongside teenagers and their families through a wide variety of crisis and trauma situations—as a youth pastor and as an intensive services clinician—has shaped his passion for helping people heal. Scott specializes in crisis and trauma counseling and is training to develop a specialization in treating sex addiction.
On January 27th, we will hold our first workshop of the year, The 5 Core Issues of Developmental Trauma (or Codependence). Based on Pia Mellody’s groundbreaking Post-Induction Therapy model, this workshop will help you to examine and change how you relate to the core issues of self-esteem, boundaries, imperfections, needs and wants and moderation.
We are launching a Center for Relational Recovery Facebook page! Our Facebook page is going live this week so check us out. We will be posting content regularly so check in occasionally for bits and pieces of information, resources, and inspiration to help you on your healing journey.
Bruce Butler and Michelle Mays will be holding the first off-site Hold Me Tight Workshop at a local church in February. This rich and impactful couple’s workshop is a game changer for many relationships and we are excited about the opportunity to reach beyond the walls of CRR with this amazing material. For those of you anticipating Hold Me Tight, we will also be offering our annual workshop series through CRR in the spring so stay tuned for more information about that.
Michelle Mays is working on completing an audio-book version of her recent book The Aftermath of Betrayal and that should be completed and available in the first couple months of 2018. So, for those of you who are not readers, but would like to give it a listen, that will be possible soon.
These are just a few of the things happening as we launch into 2018, eager to continue the transformational work of walking with individuals and couples as they heal. We wish each of you a New Year that is filled with hope.