Dr. Cathy Chargualaf CSC, DCH, Ph.D. 
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Life Esteem

 Cathy Chargualaf

Empowered Recovery ® - Self Mastery Program

Empowered Recovery Self-Mastery Program believes in the power of the human spirit, and encourages the nonalcoholic to tap into his or her inner power and Higher-Self for the resources to make lasting, positive changes.  It focuses on the recovery of the codependent-nonalcoholic, not the alcoholic. The alcoholic is solely responsible for his or her own recovery; and the nonalcoholic is solely responsible for his or her own recovery—including that of any minor children involved. 

The principles of the Program can help a nonalcoholic deal with any stage of a codependent-alcoholic relationship. However, since the problems associated with alcoholism are not usually identified in the beginning stages, Empowered Recovery specifically addresses the issues, problems and behaviors of a codependent-alcoholic relationship already in the throes of trouble, and where a faster (rather than slower) resolution is desired.

In addressing alcoholism and codependency, the Empowered Recovery Self-Mastery Program teaches the nonalcoholic to:

    (1) Recognize Your Situation (Recognition);

    (2) Know Yourself (Education); and

    (3) Reinventing Your Healthy Boundaries (Resolution).

Self-Acceptance, Self-Responsibility, and Respect for Free Will are also contained in the Empowered Recovery Self-Mastery Program and constitute Empowered Recovery’s foundation cornerstones leading to recovery.

  • Self-Acceptance – The first of the four skills is the ability to accept yourself unconditionally.
  • Self-Responsibility – The second skill is the call to personal responsibility.
  • Respect for Free Will – The third skill is treating every person will respect.
  • Self-Completeness – The fourth skill is mastering yourself by becoming complete within yourself.  

By accepting appropriate personal responsibility for past, present, and future, the nonalcoholic can learn the lessons and find the meaning in his or her adversity, then take corrective actions to empower themselves and heal the wounds of a codependent-alcoholic relationship and achieve Self-Completeness.
As you practice them you develop awareness and skills to:

* Stop your emotional reactions
* Control the thoughts in your mind
* Identify and change core beliefs behind your thoughts and emotions
* Shift your point of view to see your self and others differently
* Dissolve the voice in your head that is critical of yourself and others
* Develop respect for your self and for other people
* Gain control over your attention so you can focus on creating love and happiness in your life, and in your relationships

If you want a different result, you must take a different action
Awareness and changing core beliefs that lead towards mastery of your mind and emotions. The simple intent is to eliminate limiting fear based and limiting beliefs that create unhappiness in your relationships and your life. Eliminating false beliefs in the mind creates more room in your life for emotions of gratitude, love, respect, and happiness.


LENGTH : 4 hours

TIME : 8:00 am - 12:00 noon

LOCATION : Skype Meeting

COST: $250.00

Select one of the dates below, to register for WORKSHOP.  Once we receive your registration, you will be sent a confirmation email, and link to pay for the 

Life Esteem Self Mastery® for Empowered Recovery 

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At Life Esteem we believe in inspiring and empowering you.

Join us on a journey of self discovery that will open your world to the unlimited potential within YOU! 

Call 626-893-0340 if you have any questions.

The Empowered Recovery is not intended to replace prudent professional therapy and/or legal advice. The authors are not licensed psychologists, nor do they present themselves as such. As with anything in life, always use your own good judgment, seek competent professional advice, and think for yourself regarding difficult life decisions. All Internet links contained in this book were active as of the publication date.