Break Free from your Opioid Addiction
What you'll learn
- You will learn about the different types of opioids and opioid statistics.
- You will learn about the difference between illegal and legal opioids.
- You will learn about why you should stop taking opioids now.
- You will understand how everyone has a different story.
- You will understand how your childhood and family history may have an impact on your addiction.
- You will get real about the financial impact of your addiction.
- You will learn if you're ready to quit.
- You will learn how to plan for the future.
- You will learn how to set a quit date.
- You will learn the difference between medically monitored detox and detoxing from home.
- You will learn how to plan for a detox.
- You will learn what to do if you plan to detox from home.
- You will learn how to regain control of your life.
- You will learn how to manage your support system.
- You will learn about whether or not you need to see a counselor or therapist.
- You will learn about Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, P.A.W.S.
- You will learn how to notice warning signs and manage triggers.
- You will learn what to do if you relapse.
- You will learn about online support and extra resources.
- You should be thinking about or wanting to get sober from opioids/opiates.
- You do not need any prior knowledge of addiction. This course is for those who are contemplating sobriety or those who have tried numerous times to kick an opioid addiction and everyone in between
- You will be encouraged to journal and take notes throughout the course.
- This is a self paced course so you can work through it on your time in complete confidentiality.
- There will be monthly updates sent to you through email and the course will be updated consistently.
- You will benefit most if you watch the entire course from beginning to end and then go back through each lecture as you are experiencing the concepts and implementing the skills.
- You should be self motivated and willing to fully detox while working through the course.
- You will need to watch the course, do the assignments, take the quizzes and explore all additional resources in order to make the most out of this course.
- Students who get the most our of the course are those who reflect on the information they learn and apply the concepts every day.
- This course has been updated numerous times since the initial publication and will continue to be updated with new resources.
***** 5 STAR REVIEWS:
The subject of breaking free from opioid addiction is presented in a very compact and good structured way. I am glad for the attached resources especially the workbook is very helpful. Thank You for putting together the lessons in this course!
Very relatable to my own personal experience with opiate addiction, withdrawal, and recovery.
Welcome to Break Free from your Opioid Addiction. You or someone you love is struggling with opioids and that’s why you are here.
You are not alone. The opiate epidemic is a public health crisis and does not discriminate. It is estimated that about 26 million people abuse opioids worldwide.
The shame and stigma of admitting an addiction can be crippling and embarrassing. This course will show you that you don’t have to give up everything to go to a traditional rehab facility. You can get sober from the comfort of home.
There are 7 sections in this course. Each section builds on the previous. It's recommended that you watch the entire course once through and then go back and watch the lectures as you are experiencing them.
By the end of this course, you will have all of the tools you need to be able to kick your addiction. I will walk you through each step, you’ll get a downloadable workbook with additional resources in many lectures.
It’s time for you to get back to the person you once were. The person who was happy, healthy, and not addicted to opiates.
You will get instructor support throughout via monthly emails and you can reach out anytime through the Q&A.
Once you enroll in this course you will also be invited to join our closed Facebook group where you will gain even more knowledge and insight via peer to peer support.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is this course only for people who struggle with addiction?
A: While this course was primarily written for people who struggle with opioid addiction other people can benefit from taking this course such as family members who are worried about a love one or substance abuse counselors who want more knowledge and insight on addiction and recovery
Q: How is it possible to recover from an addiction online? Don't I need a 12-step program or in-patient rehab?
A: 12 step programs are outdated and their success rates are shockingly low. Not everyone is cut out for rehab and can just leave their family, friends, kids, pets, work, school, etc. The material in this course will give you the tools you need to be successful in fighting an addiction, however, you will need to find the motivation within so you can apply the concepts you will learn.
This course includes a series of assignments, quizzes, downloadable resources, external links to certain topics related to addiction and recovery and also links to 12 podcasts.
Upon completing the final lecture, you will receive a certificate of completion.
It takes a lot of courage and strength to reach out for help. Finding the right program is crucial to your success. Not everyone is cut out for traditional rehab which requires you to give up a lot; family, friends, work, school, pets. etc.
If you are self motivated and take the time to really implement the techniques presented in this course you will be able to kick your addiction for good.
The podcasts will touch on subjects that have to do with your physical health, psychological health, social circles and very specific addiction and recovery topics so in addition to having lifetime access to this course you will also get the extra resources.
If you are sick of giving all of your time and money to your opioid/opiate addiction then this course is for you. Once free from this addiction you will get your life back physically, emotionally and socially.
It's not an easy overnight quick fix. This course is designed to make you look at all different areas of your life and not only do the things required to stop using but do things that will help you long term so that you don't relapse and you can kick those opioids to the curb, forever.
Remember, you get instructor support throughout so if you have any questions you can message me and I'll be happy to set up a chat. My goal is to help as many people as possible obtain addiction from the comfort of their own home.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is using opioids and is thinking about stopping or ready to stop now.
- Anyone who is concerned about a family member using opioid.
- Students should be ready to work and self motivated. Kicking an opioid addiction is hard work.
- Many professionals who are looking to get into social work that focuses on chemical dependency, addiction or substance abuse would also benefit from taking this course.
- There is a misconception that people cannot achieve a full recovery without going to expensive rehab or 12-step program. Students who have taken one of my courses will beg to differ.
- Having a life free from addiction will not just free your mind and body but will open up many doors personally and professionally.
- Ideally, students who enroll in this course are those who are self-motivated and ready to tackle their addiction.
- Another draw to online recovery is that you are in control so the work can be done on your own time, when it's right for you.
- One reason why people choose a recovery course online is because they cannot leave their work, family, friends, or pets.
- You will gain way more than just the ability to get sober. You will obtain important skills for your everyday life that go beyond drugs and alcohol or any addiction.
Denise Roberts is the author of The Sobriety Success Method and the owner of Live Rehab (an online addiction and recovery platform for the modern age). Denise helps people obtain sobriety and break addiction from home.
Her education includes having an Associate's Degree in Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency, a Bachelor's Degree in Counseling with an emphasis on Substance Abuse, Chemical Dependency, and Addiction, and a Master's Degree in Psychology.
Denise has multiple certifications in chemical dependency and has worked as a drug and alcohol counselor. She has many years of experience working in the behavioral health field, social services, and working with teens as a crisis supervisor.