What is WholeLife Recovery?
WholeLife Recovery is an outpatient recovery group in Houston specifically for adults who have been through and completed Residential or IOP within the past year and are looking to go deeper into their recovery work. Group members must be currently active in a community-based recovery support organization (ex: AA/NA, Refuge, SMART, Celebrate, or LifeRing). WholeLife Recovery groups follow the SEAR Program Model more deeply addressing the spiritual/philo, emotional and relational aspects of addiction recovery.
About Whole Life Recovery Groups
- Meets weekly on Thursdays evenings from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
- Small group size – maximum of 8 to 10 members (space is limited)
- Cost is $85 per group, paid monthly. (Insurance statements provided for sessions attended)
- Pre-Screening prior to start
- ROI with facility, provider or referral source required
- Primary Group Facilitators are Ben Carrettin and Taylor Desjarlais
WholeLife Recovery out patient groups are intentionally kept small to ensure a more personal experience with a higher quality for each member. We believe that groups of 8 to 10 or less, allow for a enriched therapeutic environment that larger, “classroom” type groups simply cannot attain. WholeLife Recovery groups are also highly process-oriented with a deep focus on authenticity, compassion and vulnerability.
More About the SEAR Recovery Model
SEAR Recovery employs concepts from both Western approaches and Eastern philosophies in order to create a paradigm challenging vulnerability, cultivating trust and safety, that easily compliments various recovery approaches and embracing individual differences, faith traditions and beliefs.
Ben Carrettin is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor (NCC), Nationally Board Certified Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) and Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S). He has been in practice in Houston for over 20 years and is the owner of Practice Improvement Resources, LLC; a private business which offers an array of specialized counseling, evidenced-based clinical consultation, Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and targeted ESI-based services to individuals and businesses.