Dynamic Family Solutions: Boundaries and Relationships

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November 02, 2016

jenJennifer Stowe, MA, LAMFT

In partnership with Family Recovery Resource Experts
Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Addiction is a family disease. Incorporating the entire family system in the recovery process is essential to increased success for sobriety. The Dynamic Family Solution model addresses the importance of the family working a recovery plan that teaches them to take care of themselves, understand support and learn good boundaries.
In this webinar, Jen Stowe discusses how Dynamic Family Services is a solution based model, that engenders the whole family, sparking recovery for the individual, loved ones and the family unit.

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