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Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2018
RECOVERY IN ACTION

 

The 2018 conference focuses on how to apply the CoDA principles to your life.

 

Speakers

 

Steve S: What is Codependence: A Personal Story

Steve shares how CoDA helped him peel through layers of denial and self-deception, finally realizing that codependence was in fact the core cause of his misery, unhappiness and unhealthy behavior patterns. He highlights how CoDA helped him move toward a fuller trust in his relationship with the God of his understanding, himself, and how it improved his intimate and social relationships.

 

Rick and Elizabeth P: Improving Relationships With Yourself and Others

Rick and Elizabeth share what their relationship was like pre-recovery and how applying the tools of the program improved their relationship with each other, themselves and other people. They hope their stories encourage others that loving, healthy relationships are possible for any person and/or couple willing to do the work necessary to move from wounded-adapted children to functional adults.

 

Kathy T: The Promises and the Recovery Journey

Kathy’s story focuses on how The Twelve Promises have been an important part of her recovery and what her life was like when they ended up taking a backseat. Her story illustrates how working the program of CoDA has led to serenity, strength and spiritual growth in her daily life.

 

Breakout Sessions

 

How Codependency Impacts Health

Have you ever heard the phrase “Codependency can kill you?” Lori H. and Nancy F. share how codependency can impact your health. Their stories illustrate how living under the constant stress of being codependent can impact your health in subtle and ultimately very significant ways. Hear how working the program of CoDA can bring healing, hope and relief.

 

Boundaries in Action

Have you ever wondered (or still wonder), “how are walls different than boundaries? What’s the difference between external and internal boundaries? What’s a talking boundary and how do I do it? Lori H. and Bobbi O. share their personal stories on boundaries and demonstrate the difference between impaired versus healthy boundaries.

 

Tools for Staying on Track

Ben shares how to connect the tools of recovery to everyday situations and how he uses metaphors to relate to the more abstract ideas of recovery. He touches on self-care, boundaries, detachment, balance (moderation), mindset, behavior patterns, and relationship maintenance. He connects each of these ideas to concrete examples, and encourages you to create your own metaphors related to your experiences.

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Copyright © 2017 by Hope in Recovery, Washington

Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2017
TOOLS FOR THE JOURNEY

 

The 2017 conference focuses on the tools for recovery. Through speakers stories and breakout sessions, you'll hear about:

  • The core symptoms of codependency
  • The 5 points of recovery including self care, boundaries, moderation, reality and spirituality.
  • Breakout sessions enriched with facilitators experiences including self care and boundaries, sponsorship and more!

Speakers

  • Donna B., a founding board member of Codependents Anonymous: “What is Codependence?”
  • Lori H., from Seattle with 6+ years of recovery: “The Five Points of Recovery, My Story.”
  • Nancy F., from Spokane with 6+ years of recovery: “What I’ve Learned.”
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Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2016
HOPE FOR A NEW DAY

 

The 2016 conference focuses on codependence being the adult response to unresolved, childhood trauma, and how the process of recovery involves reparenting the wounded, immature parts of the soul.

 

Speakers

 

Ken R. and Mary R., co-founders of Codependents Anonymous, speak on overcoming toxic shame.

 

Donna B., a founding board member of Codependents Anonymous, offers her personal and clinical insights into the symptoms of trauma and how to form adult responses.

 

Nancy F., shares her personal testimony of recovery.

 

Rick and Elizabeth P., share their personal recovery as a couple and lay out the five leading characteristics of a functional adult.

 

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Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2018
RECOVERY IN ACTION

The 2018 conference focuses on how to apply the CoDA principles to your life.

 

Speakers

 

Steve S: What is Codependence: A Personal Story

Steve shares how CoDA helped him peel through layers of denial and self-deception, finally realizing that codependence was in fact the core cause of his misery, unhappiness and unhealthy behavior patterns. He highlights how CoDA helped him move toward a fuller trust in his relationship with the God of his understanding, himself, and how it improved his intimate and social relationships.

 

Rick and Elizabeth P: Improving Relationships With Yourself and Others

Rick and Elizabeth share what their relationship was like pre-recovery and how applying the tools of the program improved their relationship with each other, themselves and other people. They hope their stories encourage others that loving, healthy relationships are possible for any person and/or couple willing to do the work necessary to move from wounded-adapted children to functional adults.

 

Kathy T: The Promises and the Recovery Journey

Kathy’s story focuses on how The Twelve Promises have been an important part of her recovery and what her life was like when they ended up taking a backseat. Her story illustrates how working the program of CoDA has led to serenity, strength and spiritual growth in her daily life.

 

Breakout Sessions

 

How Codependency Impacts Health

Have you ever heard the phrase “Codependency can kill you?” Lori H. and Nancy F. share how codependency can impact your health. Their stories illustrate how living under the constant stress of being codependent can impact your health in subtle and ultimately very significant ways. Hear how working the program of CoDA can bring healing, hope and relief.

 

Boundaries in Action

Have you ever wondered (or still wonder), “how are walls different than boundaries? What’s the difference between external and internal boundaries? What’s a talking boundary and how do I do it? Lori H. and Bobbi O. share their personal stories on boundaries and demonstrate the difference between impaired versus healthy boundaries.

 

Tools for Staying on Track

Ben shares how to connect the tools of recovery to everyday situations and how he uses metaphors to relate to the more abstract ideas of recovery. He touches on self-care, boundaries, detachment, balance (moderation), mindset, behavior patterns, and relationship maintenance. He connects each of these ideas to concrete examples, and encourages you to create your own metaphors related to your experiences.

Copyright © 2018 by Hope in Recovery, Washington
cd-158817_640

Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2017
TOOLS FOR THE JOURNEY

The 2017 conference focuses on the tools for recovery. Through speakers stories and breakout sessions, you'll hear about:

  • The core symptoms of codependency
  • The 5 points of recovery including self care, boundaries, moderation, reality and spirituality.
  • Breakout sessions enriched with facilitators experiences including self care and boundaries, sponsorship and more!

Speakers

  • Donna B., a founding board member of Co-Dependents Anonymous: “What is Codependence?”
  • Lori H., from Seattle with 6+ years of recovery: “The Five Points of Recovery, My Story.”
  • Nancy F., from Spokane with 6+ years of recovery: “What I’ve Learned.”
Copyright © 2017 by Hope in Recovery, Washington
cd-158817_640

Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2016
HOPE FOR A NEW DAY

 

The 2016 conference focuses on codependence being the adult response to unresolved, childhood trauma, and how the process of recovery involves reparenting the wounded, immature parts of the soul.

 

Speakers

 

Ken R. and Mary R., co-founders of Codependents Anonymous, speak on overcoming toxic shame

 

Donna B., a founding board member of Codependents Anonymous, offers her personal and clinical insights into the symptoms of trauma and how to form adult responses.

 

Nancy F., shares her personal testimony of recovery 

 

Rick and Elizabeth P., share their personal recovery as a couple and lay out the five leading characteristics of a functional adult.

 

Copyright © 2016 by Hope in Recovery, Washington
cd-158817_640
Copyright © 2016 by Hope in Recovery, Washington

Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2014
RELATIONSHIPS IN RECOVERY

 

The 2014 conference focuses on recovery and the family. Speakers sought to address family of origin issues, codependent dynamics in marriage, and dealing with family members who are not in recovery.

 

Speakers

 

Ken R. and Mary R., co-founders of Codependents Anonymous: share their story on Living the Promises.

 

Donna B., a founding board member of Codependents Anonymous: offers her personal and clinical insights into navigating family relationships.

 

Rick and Elizabeth P.: share a story of family recovery.

 

Rick P. and Lori H.: speak on the five points of recovery.

 

Ken and Mary R., Jenn T., Rick P. and Kirsten E.: a panel discussion offering in depth insight into working the twelve steps.

cd-158817_640

Spring Into Recovery Mini-Conference 2014
RELATIONSHIPS IN RECOVERY

 

The 2014 conference focuses on recovery and the family. Speakers sought to address family of origin issues, codependent dynamics in marriage, and dealing with family members who are not in recovery.

 

Speakers

 

Ken R. and Mary R., co-founders of Codependents Anonymous: share their story on Living the Promises.

 

Donna B., a founding board member of Codependents Anonymous: offers her personal and clinical insights into navigating family relationships.

 

Rick and Elizabeth P.: share a story of family recovery.

 

Rick P. and Lori H.: speak on the five points of recovery.

 

Ken and Mary R., Jenn T., Rick P. and Kirsten E.: a panel discussion offering in depth insight into working the twelve steps.

Copyright © 2016 by Hope in Recovery, Washington
cd-158817_640
Copyright © 2016 by Hope in Recovery, Washington

What is Codependence

 

An overview of the root causes and effects of codependence followed by a suggested five-point program of recovery.
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What is Codependence

An overview of the root causes and effects of codependence followed by a suggested five-point program of recovery.
Copyright © 2016 by Hope in Recovery, Washington