Are you in a relationship with someone whose addictive behavior concerns you (i.e., spouse/partner/sibling/child/friend/co-worker, etc.) ?
Have you ever felt helpless and hopeless about anyone’s substance use/abuse?
Have you ever been told you’re “CODEPENDENT” or an “ENABLER”?
If you answered yes to any one of these questions, then we invite you to participate in a four-week discussion group on Thursdays beginning in March (3/2, 3/9, 3/23, 3/30):
- Reduce amount of time and energy taken up by the worries regarding loved one’s use—improve overall quality of life!
- Learn how to talk to the person in an effective way about your concerns
- Potentially help move the loved one toward treatment and recovery in situations where the use has consequences
- Introduce and/or review concepts of Al-Anon, CMC (Center for Motivation and Change) and CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training)
Mary Foston-English, MFT, CEAP
Sara Krasner, MA, PsyD intern