|The Impact of Chemical Dependency on The Family
Suzanne Smoller, L-RCSW, CASAC, CPP, ACSW
We all know that chemical dependency can affect all members of a family. What does that mean? It means chemical dependency impacts all members of a family, not just the person using the drugs and alcohol. As a result, it is extremely important for counselors to understand the roles each family member plays in the disease and recovery process. Counselors also need to learn the process of recovery for the family as well as techniques in working with families. Examples of these techniques include: Genograms and Interventions. Through the use of readings, case examples, and homework, students will develop basic skills to working with chemically dependent families.
This four week course requires 8 hours of work over its duration.
|This course is not scheduled at this time
Interested in this course!
|[ CLOSE ]|