Establishing Family Boundaries as Busy Parents | Webinar

Are you having difficulty communicating with your teenager? Could drug use be involved?

Join HERdacity as Jobi Weinstein, LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor), LCDC, will talk about the strengths and weaknesses of communication in the parent/child relationship. We will provide parents with insight into common, ineffective communication patterns while offering new ways of approaching your relationship with your child! We will also look at the ever-so-confusing difference between adolescent experimentation with drug/ alcohol use and true addiction.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Effective strategies for communicating with your teenager
  • The importance and the process of setting healthy boundaries between you, the parent, and your child
  • To recognize the possible red flags in adolescent substance use; and to understand the difference between recreational drug/alcohol use and signs of a substance use disorder in teenagers

Speaker Bios

Jobi Weinstein, MA, LPC, LCDC

Jobi holds a Masters degree in Addiction from the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies in Minnesota, where she graduated with honors as class Valedictorian. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Colorado State; Jobi is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. Jobi has studied and worked as a clinician under some of the most prominent thought leaders in the field of addiction and mental health during her time at Hazelden. As Program Director of Teen and Family Services here in Austin, she gained significant experience working with families, broadening her scope of practice to include a specialization of adolescents within family systems. Jobi’s passion for this field emerged from her own battle with addiction. As a person in long-term recovery, her life experience has provided her with a deep understanding of recovery and its complex journey. While Jobi is not a native Texan, she got here as soon as she could; recently starting her own private practice: The Jobi Center for Counseling.

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