D. Feeney


Spring Seminar Series Coming soon!

Late Winter Seminar Series

Addiction and the Family

Addiction and the Family


Monday February 25, 2019

Add To Cart

Addiction and Families

This training is designed to work with clinicians and students in understanding the implications of addiction on the family.  Understanding the consequences of co-dependency and enabling behaviors.


Participants will:


·       Acquire knowledge on the main principles of Co-dependency, Enabling, and Family roles.

·       Demonstrate an understanding of the barriers for the family and the client in recovery

·       Gain understanding of the family recovery process.

·       How to incorporate support systems for the family.


Program Content 

Ø  The program will define the concepts of co-dependency, enabling and family roles

Ø  Identification of how the family and the addict recover differently

Ø  Identifying how to help the addict whose family is not in the recovery process.



A pre-test /A power point lecture Family concepts and how to in utilize it in treatment counseling.

Time Frame

A six-hour seminar

v  8:30 am – Continental Breakfast

v  9:00 – 12:00 – Lecture on Co-dependency, Enabling, and Family Roles

v  12:00 – 1:00 - Lunch on your own

v  1:00 – 3:00 –  How to help the family recover

v  3:00 – 4:00 – Discussion and wrap up