Join us for the next webinar as part of the Marijuana and Pregnancy Educational Project series highlighting substance use treatment during pregnancy with Sabrina Pooran, LMHC, CAP, on Thursday, June 8th at 2PM EST.
This presentation will discuss concerns, challenges, and successes in providing behavioral health services to pregnant and post-partum women. It will share innovative practices providing comprehensive services for pregnant and post-partum women with substance use disorders to support and sustain recovery. Partnerships and wraparound care utilized in the programs will be discussed and the impacts made on women allowing them to strive for recovery and overall family health and wellness.
- Identify trends in pregnant women seeking treatment services.
- Describe programs that support the journey of recovery in pregnant and post-partum women.
- Discuss community partnerships and innovative practices utilized to achieve long term family wellness.
Webinar Presenter: Sabrina Pooran, LMHC, CAP
Sabrina Pooran has worked in the field of behavioral health for more than 20 years. She graduated from Argosy University in 2008 with a masters in mental health counseling and completed her post masters internship while working with families in the child welfare system with addiction disorders. She is a licensed mental health counselor and Certified Addictions Professional, in addition to being trained in Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), and a facilitator for Safe Baby and Nurturing Parenting.
Sabrina oversees the Family Services Department at COVE Behavioral Health in Tampa, which has programs dedicated to working in the community with child welfare families and residential programs for women, with a focus on pregnant and post-partum women in the community. Sabrina has served on various state and local stakeholder groups addressing the integration of behavioral health with child welfare. Sabrina has trained local community members on pregnancy and behavioral health. Sabrina is a strong advocate for children and families with behavioral health needs, and believes that with wraparound services and coordinated care, families can strengthen and heal.