September 27, 2017 6:30 pm
Families Hurt, Families Heal
Addiction is getting a lot of press lately. But what is addiction, exactly? And why is it sometimes called a, “family disease”?This talk will aim to clarify what addiction is, how it grows, and how it affects families. Just as there are common, predictable symptoms of addiction, there are common, predictable, detrimental family patterns associated with addiction.
Fortunately, we know a lot about recovery too. We know how to build recovery within and around the individual, and we also know how families can recover from the damage to grow stronger than ever. Because recovery is also common, possible and so, very worthwhile. This will be an interactive hour, so please bring your questions.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Salesanium School – Centenary Hall
1801 N. Broom St.
Wilmington, DE 19802
Rebecca Tillemans, MS, LPCP
Rebecca has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Social Psychology from Cornell University and a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from State University of New York, Plattsburgh. Her last ten years of clinical experience includes work in wilderness therapy, acute psychiatric care, residential treatment for youth, and counselor for Ashley and Kolmac Clinic. Rebecca currently owns a private psychotherapy practice in Columbia, MD, where she specializes in treating anxiety, addiction, and psychological trauma. She continues to serve Ashley in the roles of: lecturer, workshop facilitator, Family Wellness Program counselor, and Family Connection group leader. She has been living in long-term recovery from addiction since she completed Ashley treatment in 2005.