The feeling of being stuck can greatly effect your overall perception of life. When you feel stuck, you want to move forward – but find yourself unable. What is holding you back? Why have you plateaued? Why can’t you seem to move on from this heartbreak, this grief, this unfavorable experience? Perhaps nothing significant has happened, you just feel tethered to the same monotonous routine. If you feel stuck in a rut, bored, or generally dissatisfied with life, you may be in need of some intensive therapeutic treatment.
Next Chapter Treatment offers an intensive 5-day workshop, which will be held at a private retreat center in Delray Beach, FL.
Participants will spend 5 days thoroughly immersed in group therapy sessions, somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, yoga, meditation, art therapy, and much more. Barriers will be broken, and immense emotional healing will inevitably occur. Participants will work alongside seasoned therapists and specialists to identify underlying issues and break free from detrimental emotional and behavioral patterns once and for all.
We at Next Chapter are truly dedicated to helping you become the happiest, healthiest version of yourself. We sincerely believe that everyone has the potential to lead authentically fulfilled lives, and that in order to do so, painful past histories must be thoroughly and adequately addressed and resolved.
Many of us remain prisoners of our past experiences, unintentionally limiting ourselves based on unresolved fears, insecurities, and ongoing relational problems.
Perhaps you have already undergone residential treatment, or simply do not qualify – but you still feel as though you need some form of outside help in order to break free from whatever is keeping you stuck. Perhaps you have been attending one-on-one therapy sessions for years – but meeting with a therapist once a week for an hour does not seem to be helping as much as you had hoped. If you are feeling wounded, bound by guilt and shame, inadequate, stuck in a detrimental pattern, or generally dissatisfied with your current circumstances, Release Workshops at Next Chapter is ideal for you.
Our history can either imprison us or free us. Many of us who have undergone significant trauma constantly replay painful memories, unwittingly limiting ourselves based on a careful, often unintentional avoidance of the people, places, and things we fear. Certain events, patterns, and self-limiting beliefs hold us back, preventing us from reaching our full potential. For those of us who are bearing the weight of unresolved trauma, living the life of our dreams may seem utterly out of reach – even impossible.If you are feeling stuck, wounded, inadequate, generally dissatisfied with life, or full of shame and guilt, an intensive trauma release workshop will undeniably prove extremely beneficial. And while our workshop certainly does benefit trauma survivors, it is specially geared towards men and women of all ages and all walks of life who are looking to overcome any obstacle which may continue to hold them back. In order to qualify, in other words, you do not need to have undergone trauma, or any specific, negative life event. You simply need the desire to unlock your true personal potential in a way you have never quite been able to.
By utilizing experiential techniques of therapeutic healing, the stress energy that surrounds these blocks and obstacles will finally be released. Tools and techniques will be learned – tools that will help use positive energy in the present moment in order to truly live life to the fullest. In the past, the workshop has been attended by therapists, recovering addicts and alcoholics, individuals suffering from codependency, attachment, or other relational issues, the parents of addicts, and a wide variety of other men and women from across the country.
To reserve your spot , please contact admissions at 561-563-8402.
Next Chapter saved my life. I am a 38 year old who has struggled with addiction for my entire adult life. I have also tried to battle this many times and have a history of chronic relapse. I have been through other treatment centers and have never been able to maintain permanent sobriety...