Problem Drinking – Break the Pattern Free Tutorial Download
What you’ll learn
Understand the inner forces which form part of your pattern of problem drinking
Assess the value of Clean Language as a tool for working to resolve the problem
Appreciate the value in taking a fresh look at the issue by expressing it as a metaphor
Imagine possible solutions and work out what needs to happen to make them a reality
Identify with the patterns and metaphors used by others to describe the problem
Discover how to get access to support through other sources
You have to be giving serious thought to to your problem and be willing to keep an open mind
Be honest in your assessment of the extent to which the problem is harming you and others
Consider what life is likely to become for you if you do not make a real effort to break the pattern
Get an introduction to the power of Clean Language as a way of gaining insight into your personal pattern of problem drinking. By focussing attention onto the verbal symbols and metaphors you use to describe your situation, you will uncover the hidden forces driving your actions and will generate creative ways to move beyond them.
The lectures will ask the questions which a professional Clean Coach would use to guide your thinking. You will be encouraged to express yourself by comparing your thoughts and feelings with your most familiar bodily sensations and experiences. This gets you in touch with your deep sub-conscious.
Once you enter in to the spirit of the technique you will quickly recognise the potential for change. An hour of free coaching is on offer to take you to the next level. This is a great way to begin the journey to a permanent programme of resolution.
Take this course to shed light on the dark mystery behind problem drinking. If you can imagine what life might become like if you fail to take action then take this course.
Who this course is for:
- People who want to privately investigate what might be driving a drink problem
- Those who have decided to seek solutions via online sources but have not yet found a system that works
- Friends and relations of problem drinkers who may want to suggest a possible solution
- Employers who may know that drinking can cause expensive problems and who wish to offer a resource to all staff