Wed, Mar 13|
Busting Myths About Alcohol Use in Women
In this presentation, we'll discuss how to begin or continue to evaluate your relationship with alcohol, steps to take for change, and share many of the resources available to take the step towards a sober or sober-curious lifestyle.
Time & Location
Mar 13, 2024, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
About the event
This presentation is a judgment-free zone to learn about the impact alcohol has on our physical and mental health, relationships, cognition, and more! We'll discuss how to begin or continue to evaluate your relationship with alcohol, steps to take for change, and share many of the resources available to take the step towards a sober or sober-curious lifestyle.
About The Speakers
Courtney Joachim, PMHNP is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner at Windhorse Counseling where she sees patients for medication management. She received her BSN from Simmons University and her MSN from Regis College. Her current interests include walking on the beach with her Golden Retriever, Milo, watching countless reruns of Survivor, and trying new flavors of ice cream (yes, even in the winter!).
Cailey Boumil is a mental health counselor at Windhorse Counseling where she works primarily with teenagers and young adults. She received her undergraduate degree from Stonehill College and her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University. In her free time, she can often be found working on her latest writing project, reading all of her sister's book suggestions, or texting Courtney about Survivor reruns.
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