Webinar: Family Programming for Substance Use Disorders: What Works?
Join the Northwest ATTC this November for our next webinar: Family Programming for Substance Use Disorders: What Works? featuring speaker Paul Hunziker, MA, LMFT, SUDP!
Including families in SUD treatment can create a powerful long lasting positive impact on outcomes while at the same time including families can create many additional complexities to providing treatment. Creating and maintaining a strong family program can be an elusive goal or may feel like a daunting task. This webinar will examine what components of family programming we know to be most effective and discuss different ways to effectively incorporate families into SUD treatment.
- Review research on the benefits of including families in SUD treatment.
- Examine the spectrum of family programming configurations.
- Discuss simple ways to increase family involvement.
About the presenter:
Paul Hunziker MA, LMFT, SUDP is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Substance Use Disorder Professional and an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Approved Supervisor. Paul is currently in private practice in Tacoma, Washington where he works with supervisees and clients. Previously, he was the clinical director and owner of a Washington State Certified Outpatient Behavioral Health treatment center located in Renton, WA. Paul has been training behavioral health practitioners and supervisors with the Northwest ATTC since 2015. He has also been a Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) member since October 2014. Paul has a background in experiential education and looks to create trainings which engage participants through multiple learning styles. He has been using his innovative training design ideas to create live online trainings which are highly engaging and interactive.