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Dan Dubovsky Living with FASD The Importance of Self Care
Raising children with FASD can be challenging and overwhelming. As a caregiver, it’s not uncommon to constantly put the needs of your
child before your own. This training for caregivers focuses on the importance of self-care and supports.
Discuss the importance of incorporating self-care into your life when caring for someone with FASD
Learn more about the importance of formal and informal supports with a focus on peer support
About the Presenter
Dan Dubovsky has worked for over 40 years in the field of behavioral health, in residential, outpatient, and hospital settings. Dan has been
involved in the field of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) for over 25 years, 14 of them as the FASD Specialist for the SAMHSA FASD
Center for Excellence. For this work, his son Bill has been his mentor and best teacher. In addition to FASD, Dan has developed and presented curricula for those working in mental health and substance use services on loss and grieving, psychopharmacology, child and adolescent development, and stress and burnout, and others. Dan has also co-facilitated a group for non-offending caregivers of children who have been sexually abused. He currently works as a consultant, providing training and technical assistance in the U.S. and Canada.
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