During this podcast episode, Liz Jorgensen, the Owner and Director of Insight Counseling, discusses the “Weed Wars” that occur between parents and teens and what parents can do to help their child.
Liz has 30 years experience as a psychotherapist specializing in adolescent psychotherapy and substance abuse counseling. She is a nationally recognized expert in substance abuse counseling, engaging resistant teens and motivating them to change. She is also a consultant to independent schools and agencies and is a popular speaker on parenting pre-teens and teenagers. She has presented nationally, including at Harvard University and Dartmouth College. She is also a recipient of a Congressional Award for her work as an educator and community prevention activist. Liz worked for 18 years at Danbury Hospital, where she helped develop all the adolescent substance abuse and Dual Diagnosis programs. Liz is a gifted speaker and her parenting programs routinely receive outstanding reviews.
This Episode We Discuss…
- Advice to Parents about Setting Limits with Weed Use
- Peer Acceptability of Smoking Weed
- Increase in High Schoolers Smoking Weed
- Higher Concentration of THC in 2018 Weed Compared to 1970s/80s
- Dabs/Wax and Vapes: What it is, How is it Produced
- Effect of THC on the Brain
- Symptoms and Long Terms Effects from Weed Use
- Psychotic Reactions from High Potency Weed/Edibles
- Types of Edibles
- Resources Mentioned
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