Our guest for our March Educational Talk is:
Our Guest: JOHN DYBEN, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP
Topic: “Painting the Broken Clock: The Inseparable Relationship Between Addiction and Family Systems”
Thursday, March 23rd at 5 pm EST
Healthcare advocates strive for person-centered care; typically, that person is part of a larger environment such as a family. We know from experience that families exert a significant influence over patient outcomes. What happens when your client is struggling with substance abuse, and the family is a contributing factor?
Dr. John Dyben will give us guidance during the February Education Talk. Dr. Dyben’s skill set ranges from teacher and counselor to executive and clinical supervisor. He currently serves as the clinical director of Hanley Center at Origins (Behavioral Healthcare) in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is also an adjunct professor in the Human Services department at Palm Beach State College and is on the faculty of the Addiction Professionals Training Institute in West Palm Beach, where he teaches ethics, clinical skills and pharmacology. He speaks regularly to national audiences on a wide range of topics related to ethics, mental health and spirituality and has presented lectures at Fordham University and the University of North Carolina.
Learn more about Dr. Dyben and his perspectives on ways for advocates to approach the family factor by attending this compelling Ed Talk.
The March Ed Talk is a members-only benefit.
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For Members, you can find the call in info here: Ed Talk Info