Strategies for Family Recovery
Saturday, November 11th 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Caron Outpatient Counseling Center
Strategies for Family Recovery
Have you struggled with setting healthy boundaries with your loved one who is in recovery? Do you find it hard to communicate your feelings? If so, you are experiencing some of the same challenges that most family members experience when navigating the disease of addiction. Coping with the challenges associated with a loved one’s substance use disorder can be complicated. Join us for this half-day workshop where we will explore substance use disorder as a chronic disease, as well as discuss strategies to effectively communicate your needs and maintain boundaries that are comfortable to you. You will leave with a solid foundation and multiple resources to support your journey toward healing and resilience.
Who Should Attend this Program?
Any family member or loved one, 18 years and older, who has been impacted by a loved one’s substance use will benefit from participating in this workshop.
Caron is pleased to announce a family education workshop for adults who have been affected by a loved one’s substance use. Strategies for Family Recovery is designed for spouses, partners, siblings, parents of children or teens, parents of adults, adult children or any other adult who loves someone who abuses substances.
Registration fee is $50/person. Fees include the cost of lunch and resources that will be provided to the participants on the day of the workshop.
Lunch will be provided.
Mallory Henry, CPS, - Caron Treatment Centers Senior Coordinator of Student Assistance
As a senior coordinator of student assistance programming, Mallory Henry oversees the educational services Caron provides to schools, educators, students, and families in Pennsylvania, which include prevention and substance use education.
In her role, she sets goals and strategies for the department and defines the actions needed to put them into practice. Mallory supervises approximately 30 specialists who provide education in schools and other youth-serving organizations. She is also a Pennsylvania-approved Student Assistance Program training provider.
She came to Caron in 2012 to work in the Student Assistance Programming Department, starting out in direct service providing education in schools, then becoming a lead specialist and a coordinator after that, before taking on her current position in 2020. Her degree in secondary education and experience in the behavioral health field have equipped her to take on the challenges and possibilities the job offers.
Mallory is a certified prevention specialist and has a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Penn State.
Cory Trevena, CPS, - Caron Treatment Centers Senior Director of Education
As senior director of education, Cory Trevena advances the mission of Caron’s Education Department by providing leadership to ensure that world-class prevention and early intervention services are provided to all students, families, and community partners.
She focuses primarily on student assistance services for K-12 and higher education.
“Our work directly impacts the health and well-being of young people, enabling them to live their best lives,” she says. “Being in a position to make an impact on the future of our communities is incredibly humbling and rewarding.”
Cory started working for Caron in 2005. Before becoming the senior director in January 2020, she was a regional director for the Student Assistance Program. She takes pride in providing exceptional services for young people and their parents, recognizing the struggles that so many young people and their families face in dealing with substance use.
She has a master’s degree in general psychology and is a certified prevention specialist (CPS) in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
For questions or more information, please reach out to Mallory Henry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date & TimeSaturday, November 11th 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
LocationCaron Outpatient Counseling Center
845 North Park Road
Wyomissing, PA 19610