Navigating the Holidays When Your Child is in Early Recovery from Addiction

2018-12-14T20:56:48+00:00

Navigating the Holidays When Your Child is in Early Recovery from Addiction DECEMBER 13, 2018 BY DR. JOHN DYBEN, DHSC, MCAP, CMHP – CLINICAL FELLOW   https://drugfree.org/parent-blog/navigating-the-holidays-when-your-child-is-in-early-recovery-from-addiction/?utm_source=email&utm_medium=parent&utm_campaign=navigating-the-holidays#more Families can experience many emotions while navigating the holidays, whether

Navigating the Holidays When Your Child is in Early Recovery from Addiction2018-12-14T20:56:48+00:00

5 Tools Parents Can Use to Help Their Children (and Themselves!)

2018-12-12T12:13:36+00:00

5 Tools Parents Can Use to Help Their Children (and Themselves!) by Josh King, PsyD https://motivationandchange.com/5-tools-parents-can-use-to-help-their-children-and-themselves/?utm_source=The+Center+for+Motivation+and+Change+%28CMC%29+Newsletter&utm_campaign=0b8e6a20d9-November+2018&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9e978b8216-0b8e6a20d9-83221889&goal=0_9e978b8216-0b8e6a20d9-83221889 Being a parent is hard under the best circumstances. Being a parent of a child who is using substances can

5 Tools Parents Can Use to Help Their Children (and Themselves!)2018-12-12T12:13:36+00:00

3 Truths About Change

2018-12-12T12:11:42+00:00

3 Truths About Change by Carrie Wilkens, PhD If you or someone you love struggles with substances, how you understand the problem matters a lot! If you approach it from the perspective that substance problems are

3 Truths About Change2018-12-12T12:11:42+00:00

n Open Letter to Parents on Loving your Child through Addiction

2018-12-06T23:18:30+00:00

An Open Letter to Parents on Loving your Child through Addiction NOVEMBER 17, 2018 IN ADDICTION, FAMILY, RELATIONSHIPS In 2010, my parents received an urgent call from me: my roommate was spying on me. This wasn’t the truth but this

n Open Letter to Parents on Loving your Child through Addiction2018-12-06T23:18:30+00:00