This information is valuable for staff, students and parents.
Betty Mitchell,
Kingsway Regional School District,
Woolwich Township, NJ
   
   
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  Am I Enabling My Child by Helping Them?  
  ~ Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, Master Addictions Counselor Mary Ann Badenoch, LPC  
 

If your son or daughter is using drugs and alcohol, you may have been told that certain things you do for them are “enabling.” Meanwhile, all you really want to do is help them. It can be confusing how to respond to your child's behavior

In this short video, Master Addictions Counselor Mary Ann Badenoch, LPC offers a reframing of the idea of enabling — one that focuses on setting limits, encouraging healthy behaviors and ignoring unwanted ones. “It's okay to do something nice for your child,” she explains. “After all, you love them and want to stay connected with them.”

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