Sep 20 Special Speaker: Achieving Chemical Balance Despite Opioid Addiction

  • September 20, 2017 07:00pm - 08:30pm
  • 700 Cumberland Woods Dr

Please join us as Steve Treu discusses his concepts for achieving chemical balance as one deals with opioid addiction. Steve is a licensed professional counselor and Chief Visionary Officer for Quantum Revolution Inc. He has worked in the field of addiction services for 15 years and is the author of two books, including “Hope is Dope: Achieving Chemical Balance.” Having presented the concepts within “Hope is Dope” to thousands of clients over the past decade, he has witnessed from the front lines how a simple, scientific and spiritual approach to recovery can yield tremendous results.

 

With a master’s degree in mental health counseling, Treu has also developed a therapeutic approach that uses quantum physics to help clients understand the scientific nature of reality, and then process what it means for them from both a physical (body) and non-physical (soul) perspective. He calls it quantum counseling, an insight-focused therapy that inspires people to improve their lives by exploring the exquisite relationship between mind, body and spirit. His book “New Eyes: A Unifying Vision of Science and Spirituality” was written specifically for those struggling with addiction or mental health issues.

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This is a weekly support meeting for families confronted with substance abuse and addiction. They are free and open to the public. We welcome you.

The “Bridge to Hope” group is a support group for those impacted by the addiction of a loved one. The Bridge to Hope Family Support group’s mission is to educate and support families confronted with substance abuse or addiction, so they will know they do not walk alone.

As a refuge for families, we will provide hope, encouragement, support and education through the sharing of our experiences with the process of treatment and recovery of our loved ones. Through mutual sharing of our experiences, the members will learn the value of taking care of themselves.

The group is generally oriented toward wellness by providing group members with information, coping and problem-solving skills.

© 2017 Bridge to Hope is a support organization only and does not offer medical or psychological advice and is an outreach program the Passavant Hospital Foundation. Web design by Creative Courtney.

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