Family members need recovery, too
Learn more about family healing
Family Recovery Resource Experts will help you develop your shared goals as a family to paint a clearer picture of what is to come. While your loved one takes his or her first steps to begin their recovery journey, the rest of the family must now work on their recovery.
When your loved one decides to enter treatment, it can bring an immediate sense of relief. But there is still work to be done. Once your family has committed to change, there are several key points to keep in mind.
A new recovery experience
Not everything will make sense right away. For example, if your loved one is in residential or in-patient treatment, you may wonder why you have limited communication with them. It’s important to trust the process. Recovery doesn’t happen at once; it takes time and the right combination of care methods for your family to heal, so acknowledge there’s still work to do.
You may be excited about your loved one’s potential in recovery—having hope is good, but don’t make promises to yourself or your loved one. When you voice expectations, oftentimes your loved one will only hear that they are inadequate. Be present, embrace unknowns and acknowledge the courage it takes to seek help.
Practice healthy living and stress-reducing activities so you form healthy habits. Engage in self-care to improve your mental and emotional well-being. Meet with a behavioral health consultancy and ask for help.
When you ask for help, Family Recovery Resource Experts takes a trauma-informed approach to lead your family into recovery from addiction or mental illness. This means that we use principles of safety, trustworthiness, collaboration and empowerment as we examine the issues driving a wedge between loved ones. Taking a look inward helps to untangle the web of emotions you have experienced and gain fresh perspective on the progress to be made.
And ultimately, you will learn to take care of yourself so that you can practice your own healing journey.
Call us today
Get in touch for an initial consultation with our team of compassionate, experienced professionals. There is never a wrong time to get help.
Watch this short video to learn what to expect when getting the process started with FRrē.