DON’T GO IT ALONE
If you have a loved one who is struggling with a substance use disorder or a loved one in treatment (current or past) at New Hope IBHC we have a FREE program for you.
We are offering a weekly Introductory CRAFT Family Program. This program is designed as an educational program for those who have a loved one(s) struggling with active addiction. Research on the CRAFT process has shown that non-using concerned significant others can be a positive and active force for change within the family and build crucial collaborators in the treatment process. This program will help them develop the specific skills needed to positively impact their substance abusing loved one. CSOs are also taught skills necessary to enhance the pleasure of their own lives as they move into this new and more productive process.
The sessions are held via zoom and you will be anonymous to other members of the group.
Beginning August 29, 2020
(Drop in available for any Saturday)
Please register via email to Seraphim: SChemodakov@newhopeibhc.org
Meeting ID: 864 1010 1147
Conducted via Zoom with New Hope Marriage and Family Counselor
Seraphim Chemodakov, MA, LAC
Seraphim holds a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgian Court University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy at Eastern University. As a family therapist, his goal is to achieve a sense of better understanding and balance between those struggling with addiction and their family members, striving to improve communication skills and improve their understanding of addictions.