We are motivated to provide a safe, supportive living environment for individuals in recovery from alcoholism/addiction, as well as co-occurring addictions and mental health conditions; to offer education in the ways of living sober; and to share with others how to live a life with meaning and purpose as we discover together, how to become productive members of the community.
We are rehabilitation services that work with consumers dealing with dual diagnosis. Every Consumers situation is not the same, so we are client center based.
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Some of us swim through life quite well.... until a tsunami life wave comes along, tosses us about, while others have lived in rough seas for a long while. Either way, we can be left gasping & breathless on a unfamiliar and unpleasant shore. What I learned can help you with evidence-based programs of Peer Support and Health and Wellness coaching.
Sharon Kuehn, principal at Life Force Learning, is a peer recovery movement veteran who uses her training and facilitation skills to create unique, participatory learning environments. Her lived experience as a person with mental health challenges is the backdrop to her extensive experience as a recovery trainer and peer support instructor and supervisor. With 20 years of peer leadership, community engagement, and recovery program design and implementation, Sharon’s ability to navigate systems and hone peer recovery skills will support your organization’s wellness and recovery goals.
Intentional Peer Support is a way of thinking about and inviting transformative relationships. Practitioners learn to use relationships to see things from new angles, develop greater awareness of personal and relational patterns, and support and challenge each other in trying new things.
Intentional Peer Support was developed in the 1990s. Since then, thousands of people in various countries around the world have been trained in the material. Our operations are managed by the following team, who also provide and coordinate trainings.