When your child is struggling with addiction and still living under your roof, the challenges can be particularly unique. Learn how the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation addresses the healing needs of parents whose kids are addicted, the effects on the family experience and how best to intervene. Learning objectives include:
Understanding the ways addiction affects the parent-child relationship
Identifying the parallel process of drug or alcohol addiction
Growing alongside your child in treatment
Adopting a more compassionate approach, with the goal of improving treatment outcomes for everyone affected
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Helen Troy-Duncan, PsyD, LP, is a clinical psychologist and works as the supervisor of outpatient mental health and the Family Program at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.
She completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Hazelden Betty Ford and has been with the organization for 10 years. Dr. Troy-Duncan specializes in the assessment and treatment of co-occurring disorders, and she emphasizes the importance of family involvement and treatment to facilitate healing and recovery for both the individual and the family system as a whole.
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