Unit 3-05: Family Roles and Parenting

  • 1.0

    CE

  • None

    Prerequisite

  • Required for CCGC

    Classification

  • Mental Health Professionals

    Recommended for

  • Dr. Gary Lange

    Course Instructor

Unit 3-05 Child-smiling

Unit 3-05: Family Roles and Parenting

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Purpose:
When addiction is active within the family system, whether a chemical or gambling addiction, traditional roles within the family system may change. This webinar will discuss Dr. Lange’s adaptation of six traditional roles and ways the roles change in an addicted family system. He will illustrate factors influencing these role changes, including family size and structure, the severity of the addiction, and social support systems available to family members.

Dr. Lange will also discuss how parenting of minor children can be influenced by these role adaptations in the addicted family, with possible long-term effects on the children as they mature into adulthood. Participants will identify and review treatment plan issues of the Rodriguez family case.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, the participant will be able to:

  • To learn Dr. Lange’s adaption of six common/dysfunctional roles in Gambling/Addiction Disordered Families.
  • To learn how the family’s size, structure, severity and support affect the roles that are played.
  • To practice assessing and treating the case of the Rodriguez family.
  • To review health parenting guidelines.
  • To review different treatment interventions to help families learn more functional roles.

Unit Outline:

  • Review healthy vs. dysfunctional Family Roles
  • Learn Dr. Lange’s adaptation of 6 common/dysfunctional roles
  • Hear how these roles can overlap or change
  • Assess the Rodriquez family case
  • Review components of healthy parenting
  • Review Treatment suggestions for each role