Hear from Jennifer Musselman, MA, LMFT about Family Dynamics & Family Systems Theory in Addiction Treatment. We often hear that addiction is a family disease and everyone, not just the addict is effected. What does this mean? Musselman’s talk on ‘Family members at different Stages of Change’ dives into family systems therapy, family dynamics, Role Theory, Positive Reframing, Family Maps, communication issues and more.
About Jennifer Musselman, MA, LMFT, Her Work & Experience with Family Systems Theory
Jennifer Musselman, MA, LMFT is a compassionate Life Strategist, Executive Coach and author with an empathetic but results-driven style. She has been an executive in the entertainment and health care industries, and has been a featured speaker for CAMFT, CCAPP, the Admissions and Marketing Symposium, and more. She specializes in treating anxiety, depression, stress symptoms, relationship and couples issues, career matters, and drug and alcohol abuse. She also works with Fortune 500 corporations and start-ups on cultural change, executive coaching and brand engagement.
She is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist intern (IMF 70103) with five years of experience successfully helping men, women and couples create meaningful lives. Musselman earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and later taught at Pepperdine as an adjunct professor. She is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California as well as an author of three published self-help books for empowering women, including the “The Hip Girl’s Handbook” series.
Visit www.jennifermusselman.com to learn more about Jennifer Musselman, MA, LMFT and her work in addiction treatment.
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