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Saturday, September 29, 2018 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Caron Philadelphia Regional Recovery Center
401 Plymouth Road, Suite 325
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Registration is required.
For More Information:
Ann-Marie Loose 610-743-6287 ALoose@Caron.org

Families will frequently describe their experience of a loved one’s substance use disorder as an emotional roller coaster. It is a long ride with good days, bad days and lots of unexpected twists and turns. The family experience starts when substance abuse is first suspected and continuously changes with the impact of active addiction, periods of sobriety, relapses, treatment episodes and recovery. This interactive presentation will review the stages of addiction and recovery from a family perspective. It will explain complicated issues related to communication, enabling, boundaries and relapse behaviors as they occur at various points within the continuum of active addiction through recovery. Techniques to communicate effectively, to set healthy boundaries and to practice self-care will be provided. Participants will explore the distinction between controlling behaviors and healthy boundaries, the difference of emotional reactions and effective communication, and the gamut of relapse and recovery-based behaviors.

About The Presenter
Anne-Marie Loose
Ann-Marie Loose

Ann-Marie Loose is the Director of Family Services at Caron Pennsylvania, where she oversees and works closely with Caron’s program-specific Family Education Programs (FEP) for adolescents, young adults, adults, seniors and relapse individuals. Ann-Marie joined Caron in 2005 as the Clinical Supervisor of the Adult Women’s Primary Treatment Program. In 2012, she began working exclusively with families impacted by addiction. She holds the Ed Satell Family Chair for Children and Adolescent Education.

Ann-Marie has worked extensively with families and individuals with co-occurring behavioral health and substance abuse diagnoses. Her areas of expertise include women and addiction, families and recovery, relationships in addiction and recovery, along with parents and recovery.

Ann-Marie is a Licensed Social Worker, a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and a Certified Clinical Supervisor. She holds a bachelor’s degree in music therapy from Elizabethtown College and a master’s degree in social work from Marywood University.


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Schedule:
8:30 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00AM - Noon - Program Presentation

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