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What is Families Moving Forward (FMF)?

FMF is an evidence-based intervention to help families raising children who are affected by prenatal alcohol exposure, with or without a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) diagnosis. The FMF program combines a positive behavior support (PBS) approach with motivational interviewing (MI) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help parents change their own knowledge and attitudes about PAE and FASDs, leading to improvements in their child’s behavior. It is designed to target parents of children between ages 3-13 years old. For more information about the FMF program visit: https://www.streamsinthedeserttherapy.com/about-4.

Christine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in Indiana and Iowa (USA), Telehealth certified in Florida, USA, a Licensed School Counselor (K-12) in Indiana, USA, a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and Board Certified in Telemental Health (BC-TMH), an FMF Specialist Trainee, as well as a Certified Trauma Practitioner (Level 1). Christine is currently accepting two new families for this program. Potential families please reach out to Christine at [email protected] to see if you might be a good fit for this program. She can do in person in Noblesville, Indiana, or online. She has a heart and passion to support parents of children with an FASD, as she is a parent of two precious kids with an FASD. 

What is FASD? Check Out Our FASD Resource Directory Drinking & Pregnancy
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