Innovative Interventions for Caregivers with Substance Use Disorders and their Young
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Join WSU, Merril Palmer Skilmman Institute for Child & Family Development
Innovative Interventions for Caregivers with Substance Use Disorders and their Young ChildrenLive Virtual Presentation
Thursday, November 10 *Noon to 1
Emily Adlin Bosk PhD, LMSW
Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Mothers with substance use disorders (SUDs) face a variety of challenges, which make parenting difficult. Stigma, histories of trauma, stress, depression, insecure attachment and disrupted neurological reward systems contribute to harsh and insensitive parenting. Harsh and insensitive parenting can disrupt children’s development with long-term consequences. These co-occurring factors create challenges for parenting effectively and for children’s wellbeing. This talk examines the context of intervention for caregivers with SUD and some innovative approaches to family-focused recovery.
*Speaker meets with MPSI Fellows & Trainees 1-2pm
Zoom HERE: https://wayne-edu.zoom.us/j/99234208451?pwd=MXJwb2xwZElDeXIyd01pZE9yOTVBUT09
Or call by phone: +1 646 876 9923
Meeting ID: 992 3420 8451
MPSI Training Director Dr. Julie Wargo Aikins, 313-664-2547