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Life Development is our unique way of helping you successfully transition from therapy to living, working and playing in the “real world”.

Life Development is not a system. It’s not a process. It’s not a program. We simply help you create new behaviors that eventually become habit. We provide advice, moral support and guidance. We live alongside you (outside of therapy) to help you develop routines and patterns that create a positive, fulfilling lifestyle.

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2nd & 4th Fridays @ 11:30AM – 1:00PM (beginning in January 2018)

Living in Balance – Support for loved ones of individuals struggling with addiction and/or other mental health issues.

A bi-weekly support group to offer education, support and hope in order to help bring balance into the lives of those affected by a loved one’s mental illness or addiction.

Who will benefit from attending: This group is intended to provide space to help reclaim the basic emotional and sometimes physical needs that may have become neglected during the process of focusing on struggling loved ones. When a loved one seeks help for mental illness and/or addiction, it is important that family members seek to bring their lives back into balance. The family enters into a recovery process that parallels that of their loved ones: recovering peace of mind, balance, joy, and a sense of self. As we seek balance in our lives, it adds to the potential for healing for our loved one. Come to receive resources, support, and information that will help you navigate the healing process. Group topics will include: setting boundaries, communication, recovery and relapse, caring for self.

Open to the community, led by two Masters-level clinicians:
Pam Newton, MS, LCDC and Vanessa Nering, MA, LPC – Intern, supervised by Elizabeth Devine, MEd, LPC-S

$40 per individual or $75 per family, scholarships available


Innovation360, along with the Betty Ford Five Star Kids Program, co-facilitate a Family Program for children between the ages of 7 and 12 who have been affected by a loved one’s addiction to drugs or alcohol. In a fun and kid-friendly manner, children will learn about the dynamics of addiction in a small group.

They are provided with opportunities to express their feelings in creative ways and taught that the problems in their family are not their fault. They are encouraged to instead practice self-care and explore ways in which to keep themselves safe. Most importantly, children learn they are not alone. Supportive caregivers will also have opportunities to hear about their child(ren)’s experience as well as gain support from the counseling team and other adult participants.


3-Day Weekend Workshops

The Daring Way™ curriculum is based on the research of Brené Brown, Ph.D. LMSW. Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past twelve+ years studying vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame. The primary focus of this personal growth workshop is on developing shame resilience skills and embracing the courage that will transform the way we live, love, parent and lead. In the safety of a small group, we explore topics such as vulnerability, courage, shame and worthiness. We look at the thoughts, emotions and behaviors that hold us back from living fuller lives. We identify new choices and practices that will help move us to greater authenticity and whole-hearted living.


3-Day Weekend Workshops

The Rising Strong™ Workshop is based on the groundbreaking research of Dr. Brené Brown and her resulting book Rising Strong: The Reckoning, The Rumble, The Revolution. After years of research, Brené discovered how people (the brave and broken hearted) fall down yet are able to rise strong. Rising Strong™ is based on the simple physics of vulnerability: If we are brave enough, often enough, we will fall. Having resiliency is what helps us get back up again and keep going.

This is a curriculum about what it takes to get back up and how owning our stories of struggle gives us the power to write a daring new ending. Struggle can be our greatest call to courage and the clearest path to a wholehearted life.


Facilitator: Laura Swann

The Men’s Relationship Group is designed for men 18 to 50 who would like to learn more about healthy relationships. It will provide education and an avenue to talk, discuss and problem-solve among peers. Participation in the group requires a full commitment to the 10 weeks.

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