Group for members of alcohol sufferers
Group for members of alcohol-dependent people moderated by a specialist Meeting and exchange in the group with possible topics such as: Need help regardless of the person who is drinking. Discovering strengths Recognising and respecting your own borders First steps towards change Other topics as desired IMPORTANT - Duty of confidentiality In the self-help group, experiences, experiences, stresses, successes and joys are exchanged. In the protected space it should be free to talk. This is done with mutual trust that everything that has been discussed is treated discreetly by the participants. The following code must be signed by all participants: "At this point, we make a binding commitment to maintain confidentiality with outsiders, both on the names of persons and on the matters that have been heard and discussed here. Everything that is discussed in the group remains in the group. I take note of this and undertake to respect this rule. I do not undertake to share personal information with outsiders." Registration: Blue Cross Advice 081 252 43 37 / email@example.com until 10 April 2021 Requirements: CORONA The Federal Council has issued an exemption for self-help group meetings in the field of addiction control and mental health for up to 10 people. This allows the Blue Cross to resume the group for relatives in Chur. Up to 6 people! The usual protective measures are adhered to: mask, distance, hands disinfect.
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