Long standing iCAAD presenter and friend Rokelle Lerner - Senior Clinical Advisor for Crossroads Recovery Center in Antigua - will be back in London in October 2018 with her annual workshop series.

Oct 20-21:

From Codependency to Healthy Boundaries
In order to move from reactivity to integrity in relationships, we need to remain connected to our courage, truth and power without being consumed by another. All too often, relationship and boundary issues escalate conflict, propels marital breakup and encourages relapse. This workshop offers specific techniques that allows individuals in recovery to develop the skills for successful relationships.
Oct 24-25:
Healing Trauma, Healing Shame
Shame is a deep, debilitating emotion, with complex roots. After experiencing trauma, shame can haunt victims in a powerful and often unrecognized manner. This workshop will help to transform debilitating shame and selfloathing to a state of increased resilience, compassion and the potential of feeling the fullness of optimism and joy in life.

Oct 27/28
Learning to Let Go
Letting go is an act of powerlessness transformed into power. Loosening our tight grip on situations, people and things is the most difficult phenomenon that humans encounter. In this workshop participants will learn the skills needed to take the next step towards empowerment by practicing the dynamics of letting go, acceptance and ultimately forgiveness of self and

These will take place as in previous years at
The Montague Hotel

Price £425 each or £1225 for all 3 workshops. They will run from 10:am - 5:00pm each day
Click to book - there are only 10 spaces on each workshop so we suggest you book early to avoid disappointment.

Rokelle Lerner is a pioneer in the development cutting edge treatment for children and adult children of alcoholics and a renowned author and lecturer in the field of addiction and relationship issues. She has trained counselors, psychologists, teachers and social workers throughout the world in healing the family from the ravages of addiction. Rokelle is the Senior Clinical Advisor for Crossroads Recovery Center in Antigua. She has received numerous awards for her work including the National Association for Children of Alcoholic’s Lifetime Achievement Award and Esquire magazine’s “Top 100 Women in the US Who are Changing the Nation.” She has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America and 20/20. Her articles and interviews have been featured in the Washington Post, New York Times, Newsweek, TIME, People Magazine and Parents Magazine.