From Chaos to Calm
Raw & Real: I can’t begin to count how many times I’ve had no idea which way to turn to take my one next step throughout my recovery journey. Then there’s the other side of the coin where I’m moving forward in recovery and BAM! CRASH! I unknowingly spiral downwards and can’t get out of bed for some unknown reason. Frustrating much? Yes!
Over time and studying Complex Trauma I developed a few practical and effective ways to get back on track with my recovery journey. These core concepts and understanding why and what my brain needed have helped me not crash into bed anymore, except for Saturday morning sleep ins!s
From Neuroscientists to Trauma Recovery Coaches we all know YOU have the answers lying inside of you for your one next step. Now you can unlock your one next step in this easy to use Workbook.
Workbook: Unlocking Your One Next Step
What’s included in this package
📎 Digital File Type: 1 Pdf
📱Free Read/Write App
🦋 Free Peer Support Group
🙋🏻♀️ Free Community App
This is a listing for a digital .pdf you can print out at home or fill-in and save with the free read/write instructions listed in the workbook. Literally take it with you wherever you go.
Workbook: Unlocking Your One Next Step is 63 pages
Included are the following information pages and relevant worksheets ~
- How to have an Authentic Recovery
- How to work with your Trauma Recovery Coach/Therapist
- Self Reflection: How it Works and Why it’s vital for ComplexTrauma Recovery
- How to Write a Stream of Consciousness
- What are Family Rules? Identifying My Own Family Rules
- Identifying How Shame began in Our Lives
- Questions for Self Reflection: Unpacking my internal layers
- Overwhelmed? Questions for Immediate Relief
- Crisis Help: International Text Lines & More
You’re only question is Am I Ready to Unpack my one next step?
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