SUPPORTING NJ’S ADDICTION WORKFORCE
Are you an Alcohol and Drug Counselor or Professional currently working in the field of Addiction?
While helping others—especially in times
of great complexity—it is important to value your own health and overall well-being. NJPN invites
you to join other professionals for open discussion
about issues and strategies that can assist you
in building resiliency and finding community.
Group Support Discussions & 1-on-1 Private Appointments
Every Wednesday & Friday
Grab your coffee or tea and settle in with
NJPN and like-minded professionals for
guided Group Support Discussions or individual
1-on-1 Private Appointments in a comfortable and
safe virtual space hosted every Wednesday and Friday. Chat about issues, work-related stressors, and productive strategies that can assist in your overall health and
well-being while building meaningful connections.
Designed for all CADC/LCADC, interns, and
all other licensed professionals currently working
or volunteering in multiple supportive settings
in search of an inclusive community that embraces
and honors all. Experience level does not matter—
all are welcome to join the conversation!
9:30AM – 10:30AM
Join Group Discussions
Virtual Group sessions will guide interactive, 60-minute,
solution-based discussions to promote self-care, health,
Explore topics such as—
Managing stressors related to returning to workspaces
amidst a public health crisis
Blurred boundaries between remote work and home life
Delivering extended telehealth practices
FRIDAYS 2PM – 6PM
WEDNESDAYS 11AM – 2PM
Schedule a 1-on-1 Appointment
Individual sessions are available for those looking to schedule
a more intimate support setting.
Book a private 30-minute Zoom session with Judeth Forlenza Wesley, LCSW on Wednesdays or with Jeff Lang, LCADC on Fridays. As these appointments are limited, only one session may be scheduled per person and rescheduling missed or cancelled appointments will not be allowed.
BOOK A SESSION
Here's What's Expected
Attending from a laptop maximizes the Zoom operability but you can also join via a smartphone. Video is optional.
If you wish to remain anonymous you may do so by calling in verses using video capabilities.
Audio can be muted when you are not contributing to the conversation. Text chat option is also available.
Please be respectful of all participants just as you would in any other meeting—we're all in this together!
Help With Zoom
Both group discussion and 1-on-1 private sessions are hosted on Zoom, a free video conferencing platform that can be accessed via a computer, tablet, or smartphone with internet connection or through audio by phone.
Learn more about how to use Zoom via the links in this section.
New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services.