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Building Skills in Family Treatment of Adolescents & Emerging Adults

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John A. Logan College

700 Logan College Drive

Building H - Room 126

Carterville, IL 62918

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Through group interaction, participants will review the research and share work experience to help strengthen family services offered in the treatment. This training will provide the opportunity to develop a personal plan to enhance your skills in the delivery of family services. This training will be led by Nancy J. Phillips, M.S.Ed.-PSY, CAADC, CFPP. Two CEUs will be available for LCPC/LCSW and certain certifications through IAODAPCA.

Participants will:

  • Discuss the issues created in families with an adolescent or young adult experiencing addiction

  • Explore the role of family in the treatment process

  • Identify strategies to support ongoing recovery for both the client and family

  • Examine counselor attitudes, behaviors and beliefs that influence the clinical success in delivery of family services

  • Generate a personal plan to strengthen family treatment skills


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Completing this registration will help us gauge attendance. In-person attendance capacity is 25. You will receive a reminder a few days before the event. If necessary, please cancel your participation so we can offer that space to the next person on our list.

CEUs are available for LCPC, LPC, LCSW, LSW and individuals currently certificated by the ICB.

There is a space allotted for questions on the registration form. Or, contact Jenna Farmer-Brackett (618) 462-2331, ext. 1785. You may also reach her at jenna.farmer@centerstone.org.

Looking forward to seeing you soon and thank you for your interest.

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John A. Logan College

700 Logan College Drive

Building H - Room 126

Carterville, IL 62918

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