Recover My Family
A 12-Week Addiction Recovery Program
Enroll Anytime; It begins when you begin
Reclaim Your Voice
Find Your Center
Get Your Life Back
Help Your Loved One!
Enrollment is Open
This program is for you if you…
● Are ready to do something different
● Want to learn how to love them unconditionally and support them conditionally
● Are eager to understand your loved one and why they are addicted
● Want to know how to help and stop enabling
● Want to learn the helpful things to say and when
● Are ready to unplug from the chaos of the addiction
● Truly want to stop the obsessive worry
● Feel it’s time to intervene and disrupt the addiction cycle
● Are ready to fire yourself as the case manager, treatment provider and personal assistant roles you have given yourself
What is Recover My Family?
A 12-Week Addiction Recovery Program. Finally families can uncover the truth behind addiction and become empowered to end the cycle that the addiction has them trapped in. Through life-changing lessons delivered by addiction and recovery experts, powerful coaching by leading interventionists and a 24/7 community forum, family members can heal, recover and thrive, thereby offering their loved one the best chance for success. Co-created by Kate Duffy through her work with hundreds of families, it all began with conversations in an emergency department with those who had just experienced a non-fatal overdose. Close to 200 individuals confirmed to Kate what her instincts knew to be true when they said…
“My family doesn’t understand me.”
“Will you please talk to my family.”
“My parents need to stop enabling me.”
“I don’t think I deserve to get well.”
“I can’t do this by myself.”
ALL OF THEM WANTED TO END THEIR ADDICTION!
No one who recovers from addiction does it alone. For far too long we have left the hard climb out of addiction to the one person who is least qualified. We have let the lying, denying, justifying and rationalizing that addiction is win. Those who are caught in the cycle of addiction do not want to be there, despite what you are being told. Families who come to understand the mental obsession that has highjacked the brain, the truth that addiction is not about drugs and alcohol and that the family system is stuck, can find a path to recover. Families have been waiting for their loved ones to “want it” and to wait is to potentially lose the chance to recover.
We are doing this FOR our loved ones so that they CAN do it for themselves.
FAMILIES RECOVER TOGETHER.
Over the course of this 3-month experience, you will…
Develop the strength, skills, practices and mindset to untangle from the addiction, to learn to make recovery-oriented decisions and to create an environment where addiction cannot thrive.
A deep dive into learning What is really going on with addiction:
- Learn the Threefold Disease Model
- Discover what treatment isn’t telling you and why
- Learn what the addiction is doing for and to your loved one
- Discover where you (and your loved one) are in the addiction cycle
Looking at the mirror that is Addiction as a family disease:
- Learn about the addiction frequency
- Discover what role you play and how to be a healthy resource
- Recognize the mirror—your key to change
Learn what recovery looks like; get on your path & help them find theirs:
- Learn healthy boundaries and how to communicate to empower
- Practice walking your path
- Learn to help them stay in treatment while staying in your lane
Learn our proven family recovery framework
Know what to say and when…to engage recovery
Learn the ways to HELP that actually help
Reclaim your voice
Reclaim your peace
Quit the obsessive worry and anxiety
Be surrounded by community 24/7
Get the answers to your “..what do I do?” questions
As part of Recover My Family, you’ll receive…
12 video lessons led by Kate Duffy & Expert Faculty
Live Integration Coaching Groups Led by Expert Interventionists
24/7 Community Forum-support from a large community of others on a path
Team of professional coaches studying alongside of you all on their own path of discovery
Expert Faculty, Resource Library, Daily Recovery Practices
90-Page Workbook filled with lessons, exercises and proven tools
See what transformation is possible…
It’s our desire to see families heal. If you’re ready to do the work, experience some massive shifts within yourself and your family when it comes to recovery, but don’t have the financial means to invest in our program, you can apply for one of our partial scholarships here.
About Your Faculty
Kate Duffy is an Interventionist and Family Addiction Expert. She is a catalyst for change who has been inspiring recovery and healing since she got sober herself in 2013.
After facing and overcoming her own battle with substance use, Kate saw and felt the missing pieces at the recovery initiative tipping point. She has since made it her life’s mission to bring families into the recovery conversation. Through hundreds of interventions, Kate created a proven and unprecedented family recovery model where families are empowered to begin the change needed so that their loved one can do the same.
Kate founded Tipping Point Recovery, Inc. and created Recovery Conversations™ the first recovery model that takes a holistic view of the individual. She is now sharing her program nationally so she can help more people and families to recover and heal.
Kate knows that successful, long-lasting recovery must bring together the client, the family and the treatment facility. Because of this unique perspective, she has changed the language of recovery for true healing.
Michael Wilson is a nationally recognized Certified Intervention professional (CIP), and the author of Loving Lions: A Guide for Families Struggling with Addiction.
As a person in long-term recovery from Substance Use Disorder, Michael has used both his personal experience and his professional experience to help families and individuals in need navigate the rough terrain of the addiction industry. He has spent years building strong relationships with quality programs and local resources to better serve the community.
Michael’s approach has helped countless families find peace amidst the chaos of addiction by educating them on the ways that they can change and improve the family system around their struggling loved one to promote healthy change and a better chance for success in recovery from addiction.
Jeffrey Shearer earned his Master of Social Work degree from Florida State University and attained his Licensed Clinical Social Worker certification in 1994. He is a member of The Academy of Certified Social Workers and is a Certified Master’s Level Addictions Professional (MCAP) credentialed by the Florida Certification Board.
Jeff retired as the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Tykes & Teens, the premier children’s mental health organization on the Treasure Coast. During his 25-year tenure, Tykes & Teens grew to serve over 2,000 clients annually while expanding to all the counties of the Treasure Coast.
In 2020, Jeff opened a private practice in Wilton Manors, FL, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale. He provides compassionate psychotherapy services specializing in Trauma-informed care and working with adult and adolescent clients. He is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program in Clinical Sexology.
Jeff is an Adjunct Professor at Florida Atlantic University and is an emerging national leader in mental health. He is a well-recognized speaker at the state and national level on mental health having lectured at over 100 seminars and presentations. Jeff provides corporate and board training on a variety of subjects including leadership development and Trauma-informed workplaces.
Jim Thomas is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist whose work in the recovery family therapy field goes back to 1990. He brings an engaging presentation style informed by over 30 years of active work in the addiction and trauma field.
Director Emeritus, Denver Family Institute, Jim trains therapists on 4 continents. Most recently, he spearheaded a novel, integrated application of attachment theory and social science to residential and wilderness treatment programs around the U.S.
His couples therapy intensives in Lakewood, CO receive referrals from around the U.S., Canada, and as far as Australia.
Addiction Intervention Specialist
For over 35 years, Earl Hightower has worked on the front lines of addiction and recovery. The unique perspective that only behavioral health intervention work can offer caused Earl to recognize that the greatest gap in addiction services is during the first 60 days following residential treatment.
Founder of Three Fold Recovery
Corey is a recovery coach and interventionist who helps struggling addicts obtain sobriety. He has a passion for helping their loved ones navigate the journey. Addiction is considered a three-fold illness and recovery should explore each aspect. Corey’s approach helps heal and prosper well beyond sobriety.
Founder Recovery 2.0
Tommy is a yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Global Community, the Recovery 2.0 Online Conference series and the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching Program.
Embrace recovery every day & thrive
Recover My Family
A 12-Week Addiction Recovery Program
- 12 video lessons
- Live Integration coaching groups led by expert interventionists
- 24/7 Community forum support
- Online resource library
- Workbook filled with lessons, exercises and proven tools
PAY IN FULL
This program is a really great blessing to me‼️ Kate Duffy’s love and expertise has molded us into a supportive family. I have learned so much about myself. My love and concern for addictions in my family has not changed. They have not changed, but I have changed💕
Shortly after I found Kate Duffy, I began a journey I had for so long looked for. A journey of Peace and Healing not only for my son but for me and my family. I am happy to say my son is doing well. Within this year, not only has my son had the Blessing of recovery but also my nephew and my niece are also doing the hard work of fighting to recover….I truly think that this is happening because of Kate Duffy’s program, and that through me we are all learning on how to deal with addiction and know it is a disease but that boundaries need to be in place. Sorry for this long comment but this is a testimony to how GREAT this program is.
Kate, you sure are one amazing person that I am so glad came into my life. You’ve taught me to care for myself and my family, how to be strong, how to understand, how to love, how to sympathize, how to communicate, I could go on and on! Thank you for being you!
We are confident that this program works and that it will help you recover from chaos and disconnection to recovery by giving you the education, principles, resources and tools we know you need to shift, recover, heal and thrive. In order to achieve the results we know are possible, we will bring ourselves to you fully and we will hold nothing back from what we’ve learned helping hundreds of others. Your success relies heavily on your participation in the meetings and in the material, as well as your ability to take direction and create change.
We ask you to bring yourself fully, even if you feel fear and confusion, hurt and anger, and let us guide you on to your path. If you reach the end of the program, having fully participated doing the work we ask you to do here, and you are not feeling the shift, we will continue to coach you for as long as it takes (as long as you stay engaged and follow our guidance). No cash refunds.
We built our proven family recovery model to be delivered virtually for one reason…
We are on a mission to teach every family we meet the truth about addiction, how to navigate a broken system and how to reclaim your voice and your power so that you can help your family recover.
Q: I get that family recovery is important, but my immediate concern is helping my loved one. Is there a service you offer for them?
There were two main things that influenced my starting this program. The first was that when I was drinking, no one told my kids what was really going on, and I saw how deeply it hurt them. It caused pain that we as a family are still working to heal to this day. I didn’t want anyone else’s family to be kept in the dark when I knew the truth would make a difference. So in that way, yes, this course is for you.
But the second and even bigger motivation for me creating Recover My Family was that so many people are dying from drug and alcohol addiction. So many people. More than ever before. And I saw firsthand the ways the current system set up in this country to treat addiction is failing. This program is about closing the gaps, about changing the recovery model, and about changing the circumstances in your loved one’s life so they have the best possible chance at lasting recovery. You are that circumstance, but they are the one that change helps above all.
This course is not about making you feel better; it is about saving your loved one’s life. That will always be my priority, and by taking this course, you are making it yours as well.
Q: This program should be free.
A: Yes, we too envision a world where all services that support mental and emotional health and addiction recovery are available and accessible to every one who needs them. Tipping Point Recovery’s documented data proves an over 87% success rate. It is our hope that all providers will one day see that by treating the whole person within the whole system, recovery rates will dramatically improve as we are seeing with our clients. Insurance companies and treatment facilities continue to refer families to our programs as our recovery rates are very high. We’re always delighted to share the benefits of treating the whole system. Until we are fully funded, we will operate on a fee based structure in order to support our team and to allow us to continue to serve more families. Families who enroll with us keep their loved ones in treatment longer and we know you agree that you and your loved one deserve to have the best chance for success. Please email our headquarters if you’d like to join our initiative and bring the “this should be free” conversation to the table where we are working on just that! firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What if my loved one doesn’t want to get sober?
A: Addiction treatment is designed for those who don’t want it. Addiction controls the brain, making someone less inclined to want recovery until after they start to get it (it’s a total catch-22). Addiction treatment is for those who don’t think they need it. That’s the nature of the disease, and this is why so many struggle: they are left to “want it” but the disease prevents most from seeing that on their own. If you wait for your loved one to want it, you could end up waiting too long. Learning these tools is going to shift the energy around your addict through you so that their wanting will increase.
Q: Would this be a good course if my loved one is in treatment?
A: The timing of this course coinciding with when a loved one is in treatment is perfect, actually, and here is why. In treatment, your loved one is told they only need to change one thing: Everything. As their loved one, you are part of their everything. By taking part in a program like this, you are helping your loved one change their everything and are partnering with them on a recovery path. We suggest you let them know you are enrolled in this program, let them know you are learning about addiction and taking part in 12 step work. They’ll be very happy (if they want to be sober). They won’t be happy if they want to use/drink (but you will be so glad you did so you can better help).
This course will also give you the much needed skills and language to use to help your loved one stay in treatment longer than they may want to. You know that phone call you dread, when they say, “I’m ready to come home”? We’ll give you the exact tools to help your loved one stay in treatment and be able to help them maintain their recovery once they leave treatment. The first 30 days post treatment is the timeframe when someone in early recovery is most likely to relapse. By being in this program, you will learn what to say and do to be a completely different container for them and their recovery, giving them a 5X greater chance at lasting recovery.
Q: I don’t know if I’m the right one to help because I don’t live with my alcoholic.
A: This is really common. We often have people call us who are two or three degrees of separation away from the alcoholic, and you’re right, the person closest to the alcoholic is the one who has the most influence. And this program will absolutely still work for you, because our curriculum is designed to move through the barriers of denying, justifying, minimizing and accommodating behavior. The work that we do is all about engaging people who don’t want to be engaged. Most commonly that is the alcoholic themselves, who is resistant to looking at what they need to do to change, but very often the people closest to the addict are just as resistant and fearful of what to do. If you come into this program, our first focus will be to help you engage those closest to your addict, just like we help people engage the addict themselves. For example, we have a woman in our program who is the sister of an alcoholic. She doesn’t live anywhere near her sister who is married. Before joining this program, she wasn’t able to engage her sister’s husband to get his wife the help she needed. Through this course, we are helping her to do just that. Ultimately, it doesn’t matter who starts the conversation, it just needs to be started. If you’re here, chances are it’s you who’s being called to begin the recovery conversation.