AN ADDICT IN THE FAMILY: FAMILY AT RISK
Saturday, May 17, 2014
9:00am to 1:00pm
Registration Required to attend the event for the first 225 individuals.
C.E.U. CERTIFICATE IS AVAILABLE FOR
THOSE THAT REQUEST IT ON THE FORM BELOW.
This event will be an informal, roundtable workshop with open discussion and participation during the presentation. Please dress comfortably (jeans and T-shirts, great) and come to have an informative workshop in a conducive atmosphere of working together to find solutions to our mutual needs.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR A PERMANENT SPONSOR FOR THIS WORKSHOP, DUE TO RESPONSES FOR FUTURE SCHEDULING OF THIS EVENT.
contact us if you would like to sponsor this event to offset printing,
materials and other costs related to quarterly presentations of this
One of the missions of The Lighthouse for Recovery Ministries is
to provide addicts and families and social service personnel with support and
education on the disease of addiction, cross addiction and the impact on the
Our addiction and substance abuse family therapy program is designed to
assess your family’s needs, educate you about chemical dependence and offers ongoing
family support during and/or after the patient’s addiction treatment.
The disease of addiction has significant physical, emotional and social
consequences for the individual seeking addiction treatment and for the family
and significant others who have been impacted by the disease. We view family as
an essential component of a patient’s ongoing recovery program and seek to
involve family members in the addiction treatment and recovery process.
The Addiction Family Therapy Workshop is
designed to assist members of a family in establishing a supportive and healthy
recovery environment by encouraging members to be authentic, communicate,
utilize boundaries, and function in a healthy fashion.
this workshop, family members will learn how codependent behaviors, trauma,
mood disorders and/or addictions can impact a family system. Family members
will develop tools to successfully enhance recovery and a relational family
system. Our primary goal is to help members bridge the gaps that have plagued
the family system.