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Saturday, May 19, 2018 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church
175 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787

Registration is required.
For More Information:
Ann-Marie Loose 610-743-6287

Chemical dependency is a systemic disease that not only impacts teens, but also impacts their parents and the entire family system. Addiction enters their lives and leaves a path of destruction, confusion, and pain. Feeling overwhelmed and afraid, parents often question what they should do next. This presentation focuses on how parents can live with addiction without becoming consumed by it. It will explain how to develop, communicate, and hold healthy boundaries that support recovery. The presenters will also provide parents with tools to focus on their own self-care and build healthy coping skills.

About The Presenter
Erin Goodhart
Erin Goodhart

Erin Goodhart MA, LPC, CAADC, CCS, CSAT-Candidate is the Senior Clinical Director of Women’s Services at Caron Treatment Centers. She has worked with adolescent females, young adult, and adult females during her tenure at Caron. Ms. Goodhart is an adjunct professor at Alvernia University in Reading, PA with a focus in the behavioral health program. Ms. Goodhart earned her master’s degree in Community Counseling at Alvernia University and pursued a certification in relapse prevention, clinical supervision and sex addiction. Ms. Goodhart hopes to help females of all ages overcome the stigma, shame and barriers that keep them from seeking treatment and engaging in long term recovery.

Mike Otey

Mike Otey has been a dedicated Caron employee for the past 23 years. In his role as a Family Educator, Mike is passionate about his work with teens and their families. He is a dynamic and prolific speaker. His areas of expertise include adolescent family dynamics, parenting styles, boundaries and communication. Mike leads the Teen Family Education Program at Caron Treatment Centers.

Additional Information

8:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 am Doing the Difficult Thing: Maintaining Boundaries
Noon Closing

Please do not let finances prohibit your attendance. Contact Ann-Marie Loose at 610-743-6287 or for information regarding workshop scholarships.
Underwritten by the Catherine Caron Fund and the generosity of Lauren and Jay Springer

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