SMART Recovery Meeting

SMART Recovery Facilitation Training – Thursday July 19th Seville Lodge, Kilkenny 10am -4pm

 

This training will be relevant to all SMART Recovery Group facilitators who are currently facilitating SMART Groups, facilitators who have completed the SMART Recovery facilitator on-line training or who will have done so prior to July 19th and have not yet facilitated groups and Peers who are currently facilitating groups or who may wish to do so in the future. Lunch will be provided on the day.  To reserve a place on the training, please e-mail  f.fitzpatrick@bisimprovement.com

Is SMART Recovery what you’re looking for?

Are you worried about your drug or alcohol use, or any other addictions? Do you want to regain control of your life? Try SMART Recovery, a science-based, secular and self-empowering program.

SMART Recovery offers a secular scientific alternative if you are seeking independence from alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling and other addictive behaviors. You learn to live a balanced lifestyle and free yourself from addiction. We are not saying that it is easy – but it’s maybe easier than you think to break free from a destructive lifestyle.

“Are you having trouble getting motivated to change?  – SMART Recovery has very specific and effective tools to get you motivated to change.”

We welcome you to a SMART Recovery meeting

Get smart – get started in a SMART Recovery support group, face-to-face or online. In our friendly, small group settings, we talk freely, sharing ideas, support and experience.  We learn proven, practical self-management and recovery skills – through discussions, training tools from the toolbox and other self-help activities to increase self-reliance.

Good to know about SMART Recovery

  • SMART is science-based
  • Self-empowering
  • All meetings are lead by a trained facilitator
  • No labeling like “alcoholic”
  • You attend as long as you find it useful
  • SMART is a nonprofit organization
  • You have choices also in recovery
  • Personal responsibility
  • Proven principles of change
  • Not based on any religious or spiritual ground
  • Unconditional self-acceptance