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Using The Abundance Approach
What you’ll learn
Introduction: What is the Abundance Approach?
What have you been seeing as the benefits and consequences of drinking alcohol?
How do pleasure and pain control behaviour?
When and Why have you been drinking and how has this been feeing for you?
What accountability and boundaries do you need to set up for yourself to move forward?
How does alcohol use your neurochemistry to create a false reality?
How can I use rituals and routines to break my cycle of behaviour with alcohol?
Creating a plan for your next steps moving forward
In this course, Anneka guides you step by step to understand what has been getting in the way of letting go of alcohol previously. Using tried and tested methods used with hundreds of clients, Anneka combines psychology, neuroscience and her personal experience to enable you to stop drinking in an enjoyable way that does not involve willpower.The course guides you through unpicking how you perceive alcohol, and working out which of these perceptions are true and which are not. You gain insights into how our perception of pleasure and pain dictate the things that we are motivated to do and how you can use ritual and routine to help you to break out of the cycle that you are currently in.You will learn how to navigate emotions differently, without numbing them in a way that allows you to use your emotions as an emotional guidance system to get more of what you want. By the end of the course, you will understand the route map for making more permanent changes if this is something that you wish to do moving forward.There are no fear tactics used in this course; scaring ourselves about the harmful effects of alcohol does not work. Instead, this course equips you with the insight as to how alcohol has been manipulating you and tools you need to move forward.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Lecture 2
Lecture 2 What have you been seeing as the benefits and consequences to drinking?
Section 3: Lecture 3
Lecture 3 How do Pleasure and Pain control your behaviour?
Section 4: Lecture 4
Lecture 4 When and Why have you been drinking and how has this been feeling for you?
Section 5: Lecture 5
Lecture 5 Identifying what accountability and boundaries you need to set up for yourself
Section 6: Lecture 6
Lecture 6 How does alcohol affect your neurochemistry and create a false reality?
Section 7: Lecture 7
Lecture 7 Identifying how to use rituals and routines to break the cycle.
Section 8: Lecture 8
Lecture 8 Developing a Tool Kit for processing Feelings in Sobriety.
Lecture 9 Making a Plan to Move Forward
Anyone who wants to take 30 days off drinking alcohol