#110: Parents/Caregivers of Opioid Users plus The CRAFT Model with Heather Corazzini! Maegan chats with her friend and colleague, Heather Corazzini, M.A., who discusses her current research project about the ways in which parents/caregivers of opioid users can utilize their own personality strengths to support their adult children/family, plus we discuss the benefits of utilizing the CRAFT Model and how Bobby unknowingly used this approach to support Maegan through her opioid addiction.
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