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Develop a personal recovery plan and learn the tools you need to help in preventing relapse.  Explore your strengths and gain control of weaknesses with the support of your peers.

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DISCLAIMER: *Doctor of Christian Psychology* is not associated with "any" states Board of Psychology or Clinical License or Clinical Practice* Dr. Verchér is a Soul Care Giver and a Member of The Society for Christian Psychologists. The Society exists to promote the development of a distinctly Christian Psychology (including theory, research, and practice that is based on Christian understanding of human nature).

A Ray of Hope Ministries Christian Center Inc.

One Church, Many Members...Ephesians 4:1-32 KJV




  • I begin to recognize my inner distress but may be unable to identify what it is.
  • I begin to examine my distress with the help of others.
  • I choose to believe that hope exists.
  • I start overcoming those symptoms that keep me from examining what is important to me in life.
  • I voluntarily take some action toward recovery.
  • I start to enjoy the benefits of mutual recovery.
  • I am responsible for my own recovery.
  • Yes, helping others strengthens my recovery.

Recovery is Possible!

Part 1: Spiritual Recovery

Dr. Danette M. Verchér, Ph.D.
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Recovery is a personal and spiritual journey with many possibilities.  It can mean a process of moving beyond the mental health system.  It can also mean: and improved quality of life by furthering one's knowledge and education, being a volunteer or being employed, living independently or having a living arrangement that works for you.  Recovery can also mean having goals and a sense of purpose, supporting others as we support ourselves, making life happen instead of life happening to us, generating something with ourselves and others each day, getting unstuck, or not staying stuck.  Recovery is trying new ways of handling old problems, making choices for yourself that really work instead of choices that work against you, pursuing interests and expressing talents, enjoying community life and community involvement, being grounded in reality as much as possible, creating a balance in our lives, filling in what is missing in our lives in healthy life-affirming ways, one day at a time.  Recovery can also mean overcoming character defects by working a program.  Recovery is for anyone who is willing.

Part 2: Spiritual Recovery

​​​​​PREAMBLE: (John 8:12)
Tending to express oneself in forceful speech, we wish to say that any person capable of honestly facing his/her problems and addictions in the light of God can recover provided he/she does not close his/her mind to the Holy Spirit. We find that no one need have difficulties with the 12-Step Bible based Spiritual Program. Willingness, honesty and open mindedness are the essentials of recovery. With these keys we are well on our way to a road to a happy destiny.
MOTTO: (Hebrews 8:10-13)
To have a healing relationship with God along with ourselves and being comfortable in our own skin. This will allow the fellowship of the Spirit to come into our lives, sharing experiences of faith, hope and encouragement to one another in brotherly/sisterly love unconditionally.  The new covenant established by God through Jesus Christ is exciting. God would write His laws on His people's hearts giving them new desire to obey him. They would have a special close relationship with God and new relationship with other believers. God would forgive their past sins and character defects. In Christ, We can receive spiritual and emotional healing and have all the help necessary for a successful recovery. 
PURPOSE: (Galatians 5:16-21)
To have the ingredients for successful living in Christ. Be more appreciative and sympathetic of others. Learn quality living and be able to share with others the goodness of God, where He has brought you from. Letting go of old compulsive behaviors, attitudes, emotional pain, isolation, dysfunctional family relationships. 





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Part 3: Spiritual Recovery

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