Parents and significant others are encouraged to participate in the recovery process. Addiction includes pain, fear, mistrust, anger, resentment, and other negative emotions.
These emotions come to dominate and overwhelm family relationships.
This is why it is so frustrating, difficult, and traumatic to live with addiction.
Families need to address addiction on many levels.
Keystone Recovery strives to help families address the dysfunction of addiction within the family system. Healing, improving communication, and setting boundaries is critical.
We can help improve communication and unhealthy patterns of behavior.
We can also work to develop new ways of problem solving that lead to healthy emotional expression. This is absolutely critical to the recovery process and we welcome the chance for the family to participate in our Family Program.