Saturday, April 13, 2013

Livengrin's Home in Bensalem
"I Don't Want to be an Enabler!"

Free Seminar helps families learn to help an addicted loved one, not enable them.

Small group

"I wish I knew how to help." When a family member has an addiction, you hear that a lot. So many loved ones set boundaries but struggle to follow through. There are alternatives to break the cycle.

Please join us this Saturday, April 13th, for our free "Education for Families: Changing Enabling Behavior" seminar. 

This informal session will offer information and reassurance on how to address addictive behavior with family members and loved ones. Families, educators and healthcare professionals can all benefit.

Bring your questions and household issues to be addressed by experienced family counselors. 

View and print the event fact sheet.

The event takes place from 2 to 3:30 in Shanahan Hall on Livengrin's main Bensalem campus. Seating is limited! To register for the event, contact Dana Cohen at or by calling 215-638-5200, ext 162.

We look forward to seeing you there!  

To learn more about this and other upcoming Livengrin events, please visit our calendar page.

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