New in 2019!  Now offering Workshop Intensives!

Our Workshop Intensives are designed for those seeking exploration, growth, and wellness.  If you are seeking to find further understanding in a certain aspect or area of your life (or your recovery), attending one of our Workshop Intensives may be an ideal opportunity.  

 

Workshop Intensives Offered in 2019

Reclaiming Our Lives After Difficult Losses, July 18-21, 2019

Open To:  Anyone

No matter who you are or where you're from, losses are inevitable.  Deaths, divorces, job transitions, relocations, empty nests, parting ways, natural disasters, break-ups and heart breaks are just some of the struggles we face.  This workshop helps us learn some important steps we can take to work through our losses and find hope and healing on the other side.

Register Soon - Limited Space is Available!

Register by calling (877)866-8661, or email us here.

 

Family Intensives, Ongoing

Open To:  Any ONE Family (up to 8 Members)

This workshop will work with one family designed to repair unhealthy and challenging interpersonal dynamics and patterns of interaction that have contributed to making a family functionally dysfunctional.  This workshop is scheduled by request and dependent on availability.  Cost is determined based on amount of participants and length requested.

 

Couples Intensives, Ongoing

Open To:  Any ONE Couple

Designed for one couple at a time, this workshop will take a deeper dive into how to cultivate intimacy for those who need extended therapeutic interaction to assist in repairing wounds.  This workshop is scheduled by request and dependent on availability.  

 

Get To Know Our Facilitators

 

Dr. Scott Whittle, MA, D.Min., MS, MFTA, T-CADC

Scott first came to The Bridge to Recovery as a client.  At that time he was serving as a minister in a local church.  Besides a lot of personal healing, The Bridge gave Scott an expanded vision for how to help people grow and heal in ways he never imagined. From 2007 to 2017, Scott served as a counselor at The Bridge.  During that time, he facilitated family weekends and helped develop the various phases of the program, giving special attention to the first two weeks.  Now Scott is in private practice providing counseling services in three different locations across the state.  Scott is passionate about the work we do at The Bridge and looks forward to serving alumni and friends in 2019. 

 

Kimberly Cuza-Whittle, Certified Trauma Professional (CTP-5).  

Kim has been a part of The Bridge to Recovery since 1990 when she came through the program as a two week client and ended up staying for 90 days.  Besides the personal experience, strength and hope she’s gained through 12 Step recovery, Kim has over 30 years of training and experience as a counselor and group leader.  From 2004 to 2016, she worked as a counselor at The Bridge.  Kim currently sees clients in private practice as a Professional Mentor specializing in trauma survival, personal growth, and Inner Child Healing.  When she was both a client and later a counselor at The Bridge, Kim did a lot of deep work down at "the Cabin" (where our Workshop Intensives are held).  Kim looks forward to continuing that work with alumni and friends in 2019.