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Seeking Safety Training

What is Seeking Safety? 

Seeking Safety was designed for people with a history of trauma and/or addiction.  

Trauma means a distressing event such as a child abuse, major accident, combat, domestic violence, natural disaster, etc.  

Addiction means destructive use of alcohol, drugs, gambling, food, shopping, etc.   

It focuses on coping skills to help you become more safe in your relationships, thinking, and actions.  

 Seeking Safety is very safe and optimistic. It focuses on your strengths and helps you increase them.  

  • Safety 
  • Taking Care of Yourself
  • Honesty
  • Getting Others to Support Your Recovery
  • Asking for Help
  • Recovery Thinking
  • Setting Boundaries in Relationships
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Creating Meaning
  • Compassion
  • Detaching From Emotional Pain (Grounding)
  •  Community Resources
  • Discovery 
  • Integrating the Split Self
  • Commitment
  • Respecting Your Time
  • Coping with Triggers   
  • Self-Nurturing
  • Red and Green Flags Ÿ
  • Life  Choices

Every session of Seeking Safety is structured and focused on the present. This means you will not be asked to reveal upsetting stories of trauma or addiction. We focus on what you can do right now to create a better life for yourself.  

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