Ideal both for those struggling with addiction and their family members, or for anyone seeking to grow and fill their life with more meaningful connection, Listening Training teaches participants a new way of relating with each other in a world where authentic relationship is scarce.
Note: This course is required for anyone seeking to volunteer or practice facilitation within the SeekHealing community.
By completing this training, you’ll become part of a radically different addiction treatment program. The disease of addiction shows up in individuals because it is first a disease of the community: a problem with how individuals within a group relate with one another.
Through this training, we are “treating” addiction disease at the community level and you are a part of the treatment. Listening Training empowers human beings of all kinds to give each other the best and cheapest medicine available for treating addiction: connection.
Listening Training is available on a regular basis in Asheville, NC as a 6-week course or weekend retreat. We request $100 for the training to cover costs, however no one is turned away due to lack of funds and free tickets are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or to request more information.
The 6-week series is currently taking place online, instead of at SeekHealing’s office in the United Way building at 50 S. French Broad Ave in downtown Asheville, due to Covid-19.
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Not in North Carolina? If you know a local community center or treatment facility who will sponsor Listening Training in your community, we can come to you!
Shoot us an email at email@example.com and we’ll work together to figure out how to bring the revolution to your community.
“Since the day I completed Listening Training, I have seen my depression symptoms decrease dramatically for the first time in my life. I have been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) for more than 15 years, and nothing, including medication, has been as effective for making my life worth living again as my participation in this community.” Program participant