** Please note: this workshop will fill up quickly. Once all 280 seats are reserved, you will not be able to register or attend. We strongly recommend you register early before there is no more space.
Join Adam M. Moore, PhD, LMFT and Daniel K Solen, CMHC for an interactive, guided workshop for individuals and couples who are stuck in sexual addiction and trauma recovery. Let us help you make a breakthrough and start making progress again.
Whether you're brand new to recovery or have been working recovery for a decade, there is something for you at this workshop.
The workshop is FREE, but for those who want the companion workbook, you may pay $11.54 per participant when you register. You will receive the workbook at the event.
The workbook will guide you through all of the exercises you will do during the course of the workshop. You may attend the workshop without using the workbook, but you will want to bring your own paper and pen or pencil.
Please note the workbook has space for one person to fill out responses. If you and your partner will be using the workbook, it is strongly recommended that you purchase one for each of you since your responses will be personal and you may not be ready to share what you write.
Participants may arrive as early as 3:30 PM to find their seats. We will limit the event to 280 participants so that if you are registered, there will be a seat for you. Seating location is first come, first served.
Adam and Dan will guide workshop participants through key issues in recovery to help you find areas where you may be stuck, and provide tools to get unstuck and experience a recovery breakthrough.
Topics will include:
What Motivates Me?
My Recovery Walls: What is Getting in the Way?
Sticky Storytelling: Stories That Block My Progress
Road to Relapse: Mapping Your Personal Patterns
The Fairness Trap
Responding Well: What's the Best Way to Say It?
The Wounded Child
Dr. Adam Moore is a licensed marriage and family therapist and clinical director of Utah Valley Counseling. Dr. Moore exclusively treats sexual addiction and related relational trauma. He is a well-known public speaker on sexual addiction recovery in Utah and has been a practicing therapist for over a decade.
Dan Solen is a clinical mental health counselor and therapist at Utah Valley Counseling. Dan also excusively treats sexual addiction and trauma and is known for being direct, focused, and compassionate. Dan is a highly sought-after therapist at Utah Valley Counseling.
What exactly is in the workbook and do I need it?
The workbook is exclusive to this workshop and cannot be purchased or obtained elsewhere. It is tailored to the workshop and will guide participants through all of the workshop exercises. It will also provide reminders of lessons learned in the workshop and will serve as the foundation for a personal recovery plan.
Workshop attendees can participate without paying for a workbook--using paper and pen or pencil they bring themselves. However, the workbook is designed to keep you focused on the exercises, rather than on trying to take note of everything being said and organize your notes to remind yourself later what your notes meant.
The workbook will help you focus on your recovery rather than excessive note taking.
Can I record the workshop on my phone or other device?
No recordings of the event are allowed. We will ask you to put away your cell phones and other devices. This will also help with maintaining the confidentiality of all participants. If you want to take notes, please bring paper and pen or pencil.
What's the refund policy?
You may recieve a refund for your purchase of a workbook until Sunday, December 4, 2016. On December 5, all workbooks that were ordered will be printed and refunds are not possible after that point. However, please note that only those who attend the workshop and who pay ahead of time will receive a workbook the day of the event.
If you do not attend the event, you will not receive a workbook, even if you paid for the workbook--since workbooks are only given out at the event for participants. We will not mail or deliver workbooks outside of the event. Therefore, if you know you will not attend, but have paid for a workbook, please seek a refund prior the end of December 4.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You will need some form of ticket, whether printed or on your cell phone or other device.
Is it OK if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
Only those who register can attend. Tickets are non-transferrable. If you know you wil not attend, and are hoping someone you know can attend in your place, please contact us directly.
Can I attend if I am single or if my spouse / partner won't be attending?
Absolutely! Although many of the exercises will be focused on addressing relationship issues, there will be enough focus on individual recovery as well to make it worth your time. You may also see the work you do as preparation for a future relationship or for responding to a current relationship both now and at a future time when your partner becomes serious about recovery.