When a young person develops a substance use problem, parents and other family members tend to cope by adopting unhealthy behaviors such as keeping secrets or finding scapegoats. Join counselor Kate Roselle to examine how to help the families you serve when adolescent substance use is in the picture, whether services are delivered in-person or virtually. Roselle will share important insights and practical strategies for working with families.
-Recognize the signs and symptoms of adolescent substance use disorders
-Describe the various family roles when addiction takes hold
-Identify healthy communication and boundary-setting strategies for families
-Understand some of the differences between supporting families in person versus virtually in today’s reality.
Kate Roselle, MA, MBA, LPCC
Youth Outreach Manager
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
A licensed clinical counselor, Roselle serves as the youth outreach manager for Hazelden Betty Ford’s national system of care. Since joining Hazelden Betty Ford in 2012, Roselle has held a number of roles serving youth, families, schools and communities. She holds an undergraduate degree in psychology and communications, a master's degree in adolescent psychology, and master’s degree in business administration and leadership.
PO Box 11, Center City, MN