Ages: (18-28) (28-38) (39-48) (49-58) (59 & Above) We trust you when it comes to you deciding what will or will not work for you. There is no pressure to share with others orally during class times. Hand outs will be provided during class. We do ask you to keep an open mind, and be respectful of all participants. This is a 8 week class. A support group is available upon completion of this class.
Addiction affects more than just the addict. Join us and learn how you and your family members can become your own best advocate. Learn how to better accept and ultimately cope with your loved one who is struggling/suffering. Do you have a loved one who suffers from a mental health diagnosis? At your wits end from having to deal with it?
For years as an adult, has your life not been a happy or successful one? Does a childhood trauma continue to interrupt your now adult life in personal relationships or in your work environment?
Faced a financial loss or bankruptcy? This class walks through the many emotions you may encounter and need to manage. Learn how to go about resetting your present and future and begin to rebuild your credit.
Join our supportive group that has learned that a loved one identifies as an individual of the LGBTQ lifestyle. (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.) This news can bring a family through a host of emotions and feelings. We'll work with all members of your family to open a dialog and line of communication to obtain a greater understanding.
Offering separately, both the female and male perspective, with a loving, compassionate, educational and non-judgemental mindset.
We fear most what we understand least, so empower yourself by learning everything you can about your loved one's illness and how it affects you. Learn what physical, mental and/or emotional changes your loved one can expect as their disease progresses. You'll learn how to better cope and accept. There is no correct way to deal with a terminal illness. You will experience a tremendous range of emotions in the weeks or months ahead, from anger and resentment to fear and depression.
Let's share and talk about the death of your loved one with others who are walking in similar shoes. Accepting your feelings, taking care of yourself and allowing Splinter Factory to assist you through this difficult time in your life.
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Though we cannot make the pain go away, our support can be key to helping yourself through this difficult loss. We acknowledge your situation and are genuine in our communication with you. We encourage you do do the same with us. Being able to discuss the enormity of the loss without being afraid and showing we can be there with your pain can be one of the most helpful things a true friend can do.
This situation is catastrophic and it involves a family member who murders within his/her own family unit and then kills him/herself. The losses are devastating; like none other. To those left behind, having to deal with law enforcement, planning funeral (s), having to deal with the media and social media can be overwhelming. Join us, and other families who have survived such a loss.
A companion style of meeting the patient/immediate family members is where we begin. We're known as the "go-to" doula who offers genuine understanding, compassion, non-medical holistic comfort, education, & practical assistance. We can be there at the beginning of the diagnosis, during the illness, when the end of life phase starts & then the death. For 15 years we've helped families in their homes and worked well with their medical staff.
Respectful parenting values individuality and doesn't try to dictate what their child (ren) are curious about or how they express themselves. Unlike popular parenting styles such as "permissive" which overindulges children to avoid conflict, or "authoritarian", where communication is one-way, with little consideration of a child's emotional needs. Respectful parenting is about seeing children as independent, rational beings. Parents appreciate that children need love, limits, and latitude.
The decision to separate and/or divorce is not an easy decision; especially when children are involved. We meet with each individual separately and then together. Taking this course requires you to bring a sense of humor, a willingness to resolve revolving negative issues, and the maturity to accept what you are in control of and what you are not in control of. We've had wonderful success with couples and their individual growth has been amazing.
The truth of the matter is that some inmates are redeemable and those make ideal class participants. We'll introduce you to how to reduce your 'write-ups", and better cope while being incarcerated. You'll be introduced to basic life skills that create a foundation to those who may have missed out on those opportunities. Let's start a dialogue to create a healthier and positive support system for you. Learn to be better prepared for your future when you are released.
This phase continues to introduce each inmate to recognize the value of making better decisions making skills and learn new life skills. Learn how to write a resume for future employment and interview as someone who has a past criminal history. Learn how to successfully return back into normal life. Identify former negative friends which if you return to them, could lead you back to being re-incarcerated. Develop better social skills and a build a positive support system.
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