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Deep Recovery - Parish Resource

Deep Recovery 2.0 has been completely rewritten to make it easier to understand and apply. It is not a lecture, but a program with instruction, discussion and exercises to help you heal and develop lifelong skills. artfully draws together cutting-edge science and spiritual practices to promote recovery on the deepest levels. We apply psychological, biological, behavioral, structural and spiritual concepts - within a thoroughly Christian understanding of the human person - to help people heal from the moral and spiritual wounds that lie beneath their unhealthy and unwanted behaviors, and teaching them to the skills to continue to deepen that change for the rest of their lives. 

Who is this course for?

Deep Recovery is for anyone who is struggling with life-controlling behaviors and feelings. Alcohol and drug addiction, depression and anxiety, sexual and gambling addictions, etc - any of them can be helped by this method. If you are actively struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction it is recommended that you seek an in-patient program or attend an out-patient program prior to attending Deep Recovery. Deep Recovery is the "next step" in overcoming problem behaviors. Deep Recovery is for those who want to do more than "stop drinking" and want to learn how to find deep and lasting interior freedom and joy. It is for those who want to "rewire" their thinking and develop truly healthy patterns of living. 

Tell me more.

Currently Deep Recovery is offered as a 12 week course, offered once a week from 6:30-8:00. Classes are held once a year at Trinity  Anglican Church, 180 Rochester Hill Road, Rochester, NH. The classes are intended to be followed by regular meetings, like 12-step meetings, to continue to provide mutual support and continue to apply the concepts and behaviors learned in the group. if you are interested in attending a course, or if you are interested in learning how you might offer this course in your own setting just contact us and we will let you know when the next course will be available. 


Contact: Fr. Matt Mirabile at Trinity Rochester


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