The Family Journey
Enterhealth: The Family Journey
The pandemic has triggered a variety of substance use and co-occurring mental health concerns, touching families everywhere. If your family is struggling to address the complexities of mental health, substance use and the most appropriate treatment alternatives, The Family Journey can help.
A live, interactive program, The Family Journey will provide you with honest answers from Enterhealth substance use experts, doctors, therapists, and mental health professionals – all online, in the convenience and privacy of your home.
Substance use affects the whole family. And Enterhealth Online is your first step on the journey to recovery. Register your family today and join us for five interactive sessions. The lessons you will learn will last a lifetime.
Start your family’s journey today. Register now!
The Family Journey Program Facilitator
Sheree Harvey is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S) with more than 25 years of experience treating children, adolescents and families. She has been a team member on countless interventions between family members and loved ones and is trained in SMART Recovery. In her 12 years with Enterhealth, Sheree has worked at the residential and outpatient facilities and currently helps loved ones and family members seeking treatment as a member of the intake team. She believes in finding a solution in the chaos and delivers messages of hope and endurance to those in need.
The Family Journey Program Schedule
Session One: What Does Addiction Look Like for Individuals?
January 14, 2021 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm | Fee: $125.00
Join us for this session as we talk with family members about behaviors they have recognized in loved ones that might be attributed to substance use and mental health issues. Throughout this session, we will educate family members on the range of substance use behaviors – from low risk activity to dangerous use – as well as offer other signs and symptoms they should look for when determining whether their loved ones need help.
Session Two: What Are the Barriers to Seeking Treatment?
January 28, 2021 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm | Fee: $125.00
Join us for this session as we discover the barriers family members have faced while trying to get help for loved ones struggling with mental health and substance use issues. Throughout this session, we will help family members address those barriers – from previous ineffective treatment stays to loved ones unwillingness for help – as well as discuss opportunities to look for outside resources to overcome obstacles for getting loved ones help.
Session Three: What Does Addiction Look Like for Families?
February 11, 2021 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm | Fee: $125.00
Join us for this session as we ask family members how their loved ones substance use and mental health issues have impacted how their family functions as a unit. Throughout this session, we will highlight behaviors family members may be using to cope with loved ones, unhealthy situations that have become the family’s new normal, and dynamics that are detrimental to family communications, environments, roles and relationships.
Session Four: What Can Families Do for Their Loved Ones?
February 25, 2021 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm | Fee: $125.00
Join us for this session as we walk through the steps family members have taken to intervene on the mental health and substance use issues of a loved one. Throughout this session, we will describe the elements to consider for loved ones and family members when formulating an intervention plan, the phases involved in preparing for and executing an intervention, and the importance of using a professional interventionist in the process.
Session Five: What Are the Next Steps Toward Change?
March 11, 2021 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm | Fee: $125.00
Join us for this session as we review with family members what they have learned about the process of seeking treatment for loved ones with substance use and mental health issues. Throughout this session, we will encourage family members to take action with their new knowledge and awareness, provide suggestions for realistic next steps they can take, and foster a better understanding of what they have the ability to change.