2019 S.A. Lifeline Fall Conference

Recovering Individuals, Healing Families

September 21st, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
KGMC Building – SLCC Miller Campus
9750 S 300 W
Sandy, UT 84070
  • 4 CEU Credits available

  • 500 people in-person & 100 people on Zoom

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  • "Recovering Individuals, Healing Families"

    What you can expect at the 2019 SAL Fall Conference

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    THE SCHEDULE

    Registration & Vendor Booths

    8:30-9:00 am

    Conference Welcome

    9:00-9:10 am

    Dr. Don Hilton

    "This is Addiction"

    9:10-10:10 am

    Working Recovery Break-outs

    10:20-11:00 am

    Dr. Barbara Steffens

    "This is Trauma"

    11:10-12:10pm

    Lunch

    *Lunch is not provided

    12:10-1:30pm

    Dr. Adam Moore

    "This is Recovery"

    1:30-2:30pm

    Working Recovery Breakouts

    2:40-3:20pm

    Q&A with Therapist panel

    3:30-4:30pm

    Vendor Booth Time

    4:30-5:00pm

    Here is what SAL members have to say about recovery:

    Anonymous

    "It is a program that works, because its fundamental message is that change only comes through working the steps, not just showing up to meetings, saying prayers, going to church, and then hoping for the best."

    -Man working SAL 12 Step

    Anonymous

    "We have very limited recovery resources in our area for spouses suffering from betrayal trauma We do have an S-Anon group, but it is very young and there are no women who have worked through the steps with a sponsor. The SAL online groups have been one of the greatest keys to the peace and freedom and recovery I have experienced up to this point."

    -Woman working SAL12 Step

    Anonymous

    "I wish more people knew about S.A.Lifeline. It has changed my life, and I do not say that with exaggeration. It helped me find peace and learn how to find that peace daily. It helped me process what happened to me and attain closure. I have attended other recovery groups, and what I love about SAL is that here I focus 100% on changing what I really can change--myself."

    -Woman working SAL12Step

    Anonymous

    "Anytime you have someone who can help men along with those steps it's crucial. I found that as I work the steps, and I am serious about it, then my recovery and the strength to overcome increased. It's like working out at the gym, it's conditioning. Conditioning your mind to stop lusting--that's the hardest thing to overcome. Once you understand those things that drive you to lust...that's powerful."

    -Man working SAL 12 Step

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