at Camino Recovery Centers
Velez-Malaga(SPAIN) and Reading (UK)
To book your place please for next available dates please
call on (+34) 951 107 195 or
and let us know also the center of your choice.
Here at the Camino Recovery Centre we are offering families affected by addiction the opportunity to take part in a ‘Family Programme’ in the UK and Spain. We invite families to attend – for their loved ones in treatment, but mostly for themselves.
Substance abuse, eating disorders, trauma, self-harm and so-on impacts on the family system and vice versa. This programme is specifically designed to learn about dysfunctional, compulsive behaviours, and although the work is sometimes difficult and emotional it is filled with the opportunity for growth and healing.
The family workshop is about the systems, messages and role modelling we all received or did not receive in our lives. The overall goal is to overcome the pain and disillusionment of harmful experiences from the past, and prepare for a more positive future.
Family work is a pivotal part within a system, which allows insight into the dynamics that may have plagued them. Without blame, the family will have the opportunity to open lines of communications that may have been damaged or closed for years.
Families can be chaotic, with no boundaries or they can be so overprotective that life is lived on a very restricted level with intense enabling. Some families can be rigid, controlling, and perfection-based, with achievement as the key, which can often lead to depression and loss of self-worth.
UK – Our next workshops will be held from at The Renewal Centre, Reading with the option for a residential stay in their 14 bed on-site accommodation.
SPAIN – Our next workshops will be held from at Camino Recovery, Vélez-Málaga, Spain, with the option for a hotel accommodation.
Dates are subject to change due to number of participants.
For more INFORMATION or to BOOK your place please CALL on (+34) 951 107 195
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To start your journey towards recovery from addiction to alcohol, drugs, food, gambling or sex – and to address any associated issues such as depression, anxiety or trauma – speak to us in confidence today.
The family week far exceeded my expectations in almost every way. It has helped my relationship with my brother and with my parents. read more