The groups meet once a week for one and a half hours. The focus of the sessions will center on NMMNG issues. The time you will spend in a group is important but of equal importance is the chance you will have to connect with each other outside of group, via an ongoing group, “WhatApp” text conversation.
Groups, whether live or virtual, all have the opportunity to build a deep level of connection and support. You will become a unit… this is a real gift so do your best to connect with your other group members.
Every group will start with and check-in. A check-in will consist of:
Review of the week in general
How the week went in terms of recovery and stretch goals
What the man wants to work on tonight if time allows
After the check-in any questions or challenges about the last weeks work, information or stretch goals will be addressed by the facilitator and the group. With the remaining time the facilitator will work with as many men as possible on individual issues. The session will end with a brief check-out about how the session was received and if they chose to announce a stretch goal. At this time a man may ask for specific support by other group members during the week.
It is very important to have a quiet place with a good internet connection and to use head phones if at all possible.
We will work with you to solve any technical issues (there will be technical issue!) Part of the process is showing up and making the group a valuable experience for all.
Available Live Online NMMNG recovery group schedules:
Mondays: 11:00AM To 12:30PM
Tuesdays: 11:30AM To 1:00PM
Tuesdays: 3:00PM To 4:30PM
Wednesdays: 2:30PM To 4:00PM
All given times are PST (Seattle, WA)
$120 per month—you may pay via Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment is due at the beginning of each month.
Commitment: Group members initially make a two month commitment to the group, then each month it is up to you.
Roger Nix is a group facilitator, author, life coach, and teacher. He brings overs 20 years of experience in working with addiction and anxiety issues. In 2011 he became a Certified “No More Mr. Nice Guy” coach. Roger has worked directly with Dr. Robert Glover in co-leading men's groups.
Roger has personal experience in dealing with his own anxiety, addiction and co-dependency. He has successfully integrated healthy ways of living life and dealing with the problems we all have. Roger is committed to supporting men in the process of discovering an authentic self.
Roger currently lives in the Seattle/Bellevue, Washington. He conducts workshops, teaches on-line classes and leads men's groups throughout the Pacific Northwest.