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Oct 01

You're not Co-dependent: A New Approach to Empowering Families in Addiction

“I don’t know what to do!” is one of the most frequently heard comments by family members with a loved one in addiction. For many therapists, counselors, and peers, their only advice is Al-anon, yet it's not designed to teach active tools to family members that can motivate change in the substance user. This workshop will explore the benefits of the Invitation to Change model, an approach based on evidenced-based therapies, combined with kindness and emphasis on self-care. Learn a novel way to understand addiction, gain specific tools to use with a loved one, and several skills for self-care.

Virtual location

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Oct 01, 2024 11:00am ET - Oct 01, 2024 12:00pm ET

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Learning Objective 1: Identify the 3 P’s of the Invitation to Change approach

Learning Objective 2: Identify 3 differences between Al-anon and ITC

Learning Objective 3: Explain how to use the SURF technique

Learning Objective 4: Identify 3 self-care skills for family members in addiction

Presenter: Mark Levine, LICDC-CS, Founder of Minds at Peace, LLC

Course content is meeting the continuing education license requirements: 

  • Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board Provider Status approval #RCST012402.
  • Kentucky Board of Social Work continuing education sponsorship approval KBSWSP 202320.