Rebuilding at Bethel
Relationships can be very difficult sometimes. If you are ending a committed relationship Rebuilding at Bethel offers a safe place to share your thoughts and feelings as well as find information, guidance, support and friendship. Through the Rebuilding process you will also discover a new awareness of your own personal growth potential. This non-denominational series offers three different approaches to the recovery process.
Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends
Welcome to Rebuilding at Bethel a multi-level approach to rebuilding your life after the end of a significant committed relationship. Rebuilding at Bethel offers a safe place to process and recover from the ending of a committed relationship whether it was your choice, one made by your partner or a mutual decision. We recognize that
Margaret Lambert, LCSW
Margaret Lambert, LCSW, was personally trained by Dr. Bruce Fisher to teach the Rebuilding course. She is co-owner of Sonas Behavioral Health of Madison and has been in private practice since 1997. Margaret developed and teaches the course: Dating Dementia: Keeping Your Brain in the Dating Game, Beyond the Looking Glass, a women’s self-esteem and relationship course and Quest, a men’s self-esteem and relationship course.
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John Neupert, LCSW, CSAC
John Neupert, LCSW, CSAC, has been involved with the Bethel program since 1993 when he was a participant in the original Separated and Divorced group conducted by Pastor Don Jacobson. He became a volunteer facilitator for that group in 1994. John now manages and facilitates the Genesis portion of the Rebuilding at Bethel program. He is a retired psychotherapist and was state certified in the mental health and alcohol and other drug abuse fields. He has served clients in both public and private agencies for 31 years.