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PASAP Webinar - Supporting Students Impacted by a Loved One’s Substance Use

  • Wednesday, January 20, 2021
  • 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • PASAP - Go-To-Webinar


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Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals

PASAP Webinar: 

Supporting Students Impacted by a Loved One's Substance Use featuring Christina Getz, Student Assistance Program Coordinator and Beth Lerario, Student Assistance Program Specialist. 

Webinar Description: 

The main rule in a family that is dealing with substance use is “Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust, and Don’t Feel.” That means that the students we are working with often suffer in silence. So how do we, as educators, identify these students and let them know that we are here to help? During this presentation you will learn about how to identify these students in your school and Children of Addiction (COA) Awareness Week. Most importantly, you can help to let these students know that they are not alone!

Speaker Bios:  

Christina Getz is a Student Assistance Program Coordinator for Caron Treatment Centers. She has worked with children impacted by substance use in the family through various programs at Caron over the last 9 years. Christina has served as a SAP Liaison to several different schools in Berks County, PA in her time with Caron. She has worked directly with elementary, middle, and high school students, providing psycho educational support groups, prevention services, assessments, and large group presentations. She is a Certified Creator with PeaceLove Studios and a Life is Good Playmaker. Christina received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Millersville University and has been working in the social work field since 2004.

Beth Lerario has been a Student Assistance Program Specialist at Caron Treatment Center for three years. She has worked in the Human Services and Education Fields for over five years.  During her time at Caron, she has worked in Berks, Chester and Lancaster County Schools as a Student Assistance Specialist. Beth has provided classroom and parent presentations, as well as facilitated psycho-educational groups.  She has provided peer support to elementary and secondary Student Assistance Program professionals.  Beth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. 

Please note: You must also register through the Go-to-Webinar website in order to receive the webinar log in credentials.  You will receive the link in the confirmation email after you have completed your registration on the PASAP site. Contact us at support@pasap.org if you  have any questions.

Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals
PO Box 1254
State College, Pennsylvania 16804 

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