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Chemical Dependency and the Family – Dawn Farm Education Series
September 29, 2015 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Chemical dependency is often described as a family disease. This program will provide an overview of how addiction impacts each member of a family. The presenter will describe the roles and behaviors that family members often acquire when living with addiction, ways in which each family member is affected by addiction in the family, and options for family members to obtain help to cope with addiction in the family.
Distance CE: If you are unable to attend and want MCBAP and NAADAC CE credit, distance CE credits are available for a small fee at dawnfarmeducation.com.
Related reading suggestions:
Broken Bottles, Broken Dreams: Understanding and Helping Children of Alcoholics by Charles Deutsch.
It Will Never Happen To Me by Claudia Black.
http://al-anon.org/al-anon-literature by Al-Anon World Services.
Alcoholics Anonymous (the “Big Book” of A.A.)
Adult Children of Alcoholics®/Dysfunctional Families web site: http://www.adultchildren.org
Al-Anon World Services web site: http://www.al-anon.alateen.org.
Al-Anon District 5 (Washtenaw County-area of Michigan) web site:http://www.afgdistrict5.org.
September 2015 Audio:[audio http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/3831359]
September 2015 Slidecast:
October 2012 Video:
About the presenter:
Lynn Kleiman Malinoff, Ed.D.
Lynn is the director of Eastern Michigan University 21st Century Community Learning Centers Bright Futures out-of-school-time programs. Lynn has worked with challenged youth and their families, teaching, counseling, and leading for over 35 years in K-12 education as well as developing and directing an adolescent outpatient program for substance abusing youth and their families. Lynn has a deep knowledge of the challenges of children of alcoholics, family systems as they relate to addiction and the process of recovery. She is a strong supporter of Twelve-Step recovery.
Lynn received her doctorate in educational leadership from Eastern Michigan University where she studied the culture, history and politics of local communities along the Michigan Avenue corridor in Southeastern Michigan. She co-authored a book chapter published in Women as Leaders in Education (Praeger, 2011), entitled “Both Sides of Mentoring: A Leader’s Story”. She has two grown sons, a husband and two Shetland Sheepdogs, teaches graduate courses at Eastern Michigan University and is passionate about photography.