The Effects of Alcoholism and Addiction on Families and Children
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The Effects of Alcoholism and Addiction on Families and Children

Substances or other high-risk behaviors affect brain development and effects the manner in which addicted individuals parent. This presentation reviews the effects of substance and process addictions, the family roles and rules in an addicted system, and the best methods to assist families who have members struggling with addiction.

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