addictions recovery

group facilitator training - for the one!

Friday 7 Feb 1800-2100

Saturday 8 Feb 0830-1630

Grace Family Church | uMhlanga Campus

R250pp fully inclusive

Register at

Over 50% of our population struggle with an addiction of some kind, from alcohol to pornography, 

and only 1 in 7 people are able to access effective help!

But the local church can impact our communities, 

and maybe you are one of the people God will use to set the captives free!

At Grace Counselling, we partner with Project Exodus

a nationwide programme that has highly successful recovery outcomes.

They will be offering training for group facilitators at Grace uMhlanga, 

empowering us with expert resources, knowledge and practical skills critical to sustained long-term recovery. 

This training is a pre-requisite for group facilitation followed by practical, 

mentored induction into group facilitation under the leadership of our current Addiction Recovery Leaders

who run groups at Grace Ballito, Riverside and uMhlanga.

This dynamic weekend training explores key topics pertaining to addiction, rehabilitation and the establishment of Recovery Groups which positively impact lives in a sustainable way:

• The Heart of Exodus

• Comprehending Addiction

• Understanding the Recovery Process

• Behavioural Change

• Group Facilitation Techniques

• Ethical Considerations

• Establishing a Group

It is our heart that no one be left behind, in the darkness, without access to effective addiction solutions and the hope of recovery.  

We pray that you will respond to the call and partner with us for the sake of freedom for so many.

Please find out more or register at


Grace Counselling serves the local community by providing counselling resources and services through a network of churches.

Grace Counselling was birthed out of a passion to see God's Church serve a broken and hurting world. The demand however often outweighs the resource, so the vision grew into seeing churches pool their counselling related resources to serve each other and the community.


This site aims to be an open-access resource to aid all forms of counselling from church based, volunteer driven counsellors to professionals in the private sector and include resources from support groups to personal growth courses.


We also have lists of counselling professionals in our community and an overview of addiction treatment centres with direct links to their websites.


Our heart is to also see the standard of training available for lay volunteer counsellors in our churches grow, so if you are interested in further counselling training, then check out our upcoming training courses.


At Grace Counselling, we are all about being part of God's plan in putting the pieces of people's lives back together [Psalm 20.24 MSG].

Join us on this journey.


Tel | 031 003 1830

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