Not Your Ordinary Geneogram2024-03-01T15:23:09+00:00

Not Your Ordinary Geneogram

Presented by: Louise Stanger, EdD, LCSW, CDWF, CIP, Founder,

This in-depth experiential seminar will teach clinicians and interventionists how to do and use family mapping as a way into story that captures both the resilience and wounds of all. Using the qualitative research method of portraiture as your means of inquiry, participants will learn how to interview and use this evidence-based tool as a roadmap for treatment.

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Most patients struggling with substance use disorders are also dealing with co-occurring mental health issues. Our decades of research shows that in order to most effectively help individuals overcome their substance abuse issues we have to also address the underlying root causes of their addiction. By combining the ability to clinically treat the co-occurring disorders in the same setting, we can truly prepare individuals for a lifetime in recovery.

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