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Families and Addiction: Navigating Challenges Together

Families and Addiction

Featuring: Kevin Petersen

In this podcast, we feature Kevin Petersen, the founder of The Chronic Hope Institute, which provides healing for families and family case management training for clinicians. His recent book, Chronic Hope: Families & Addiction, shares an integrated, holistic approach to healing families in crisis due to addiction and codependency.

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    Families and Addiction
    Kevin Petersen

Families and Addiction

  • What does 2021 look like for the Chronic Hope Institute? What do you have planned? What can we expect?
  • What inspired you to write this book? What was the impact that writing this book had on you personally?
  • In your new book, you speak a lot about your personal struggles with addiction. Do you think this perspective gives you a better understanding of how best to approach recovery as a family?
  • As they’re reading this book, what else can families do to improve their journey to recovery?
  • Have you had any families reach out to you after reading this book?

You can follow Kevin Petersen and The Chronic Hope Institute on all social media platforms and find Chronic Hope: Families & Addiction on Amazon. He also has a Facebook group, found by visiting his Facebook page, where he offers a free consultation to one family per month.

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Kevin Petersen

Kevin Petersen, MA, LMFT, is the founder of The Chronic Hope Institute, which provides healing for families in crisis due to addiction and codependency, and family case management training for clinicians. In 2011, Kevin graduated with a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University, and he spent three and a half years working at Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network as an in-home therapist, case manager, crisis evaluator and outpatient therapist for Child and Family Services. Kevin established The Chronic Hope Institute in 2020 with a mission to help families in crisis through family case management and empower mental health professionals with this training to help families. Dedicated to strengthening the family system, Kevin turns helplessness into hope.

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