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Family 101 Workshop Webinar

Join us for an interactive 3 hour workshop for those with loved ones struggling with substance use disorder.

Date: Monday, March 29, 2021

Time: 1pm-4pm EST


  • Codependency and boundaries
  • Drugs and the brain; why is it so hard to stop?
  • Mutual aid groups, and why they’re helpful?
  • What are the 12 steps?
  • NARCAN training by Althea (will begin at 3pm)

Limited attendance. Only 25 spots available.
Individuals must register and be present for the entire training.

All participants will receive a free NARCAN nasal spray by mail following the workshop.


Kristin Young, LICSW

Kristin Young, MSW LICSW
Director of Clinical Services for Herren Project

Kristin has worked in the field of mental health and addictive disorders for 18 years. Kristin’s past experience includes working with individuals with chronic and severe mental health issues and co-occurring disorders. She also has experience working in mental health centers and recovery residences. Kristin specializes in addiction and recovery, trauma and chronic mental health issues.

Paul White, LMHC, CARC

Paul White, M.Ed., LMHC, CARC
Lead Clinician

Paul earned his Master’s in Counseling and Psychology from Cambridge College in 2013. He has worked in the mental health field since 2011. As a person in long term recovery, Paul brings an empathic approach and years of personal experience to those individuals he works with. Paul has worked in recovery communities, in schools and at community agencies in various roles. He has experience with chronic, severe as well as co-occurring disorders and specializes in addiction and recovery and dual diagnosis.

Follow the link below to complete the registration process through Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


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