Are You Drowning Under Your Loved One’s Drug or Alcohol Use?
It's time to reclaim your life from the chaos
I’m Madeleine Craig
I am an educator and life coach for families struggling with a loved one’s substance use.
My research and frameworks help you develop an informed and customized response to your loved one’s substance use so you can:
- Compassionately support your loved one.
- Take care of yourself.
- Heal generational cycles.
I want a world where…
Families have the knowldge and support needed to effectively and compassionately face the problem of a loved one’s substance use.
A loved one’s substance use isn’t so traumatizing to families because family members know how to respond, how to take care of themselves, and how to support.
Supporting families and family healing is an essential part of resolving the addiction crisis.
And I Believe We Will Never Successfully Solve the Addiction Crisis Until Supporting Families and Whole Family Healing Becomes an Essential Part of the Solution
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The Landscape of Addiction & Substance Use Disorders Is A Minefield
- If you’re struggling to figure out how to address your loved one’s drinking or drug use
- If you’re worried sick about what might happen to them, and what might happen to you
- If you’re getting conflicting advice, unsolicited advice, or advice that doesn’t seem to fit your situation
The problem is not you.
It’s not even them.
The reality is that there is no one solution,
no one right answer,
when it comes to substance use disorders.
And very few people understand this.
I give families the knowledge, support, coaching and clarity they need to kindly and effectively address the impacts of a loved one’s drug or alcohol use, so you can determine the right solution that fits your own needs.
I Believe To Solve These Challenges,
Families Need to Be an Essential Part of the Solution.
Let’s Make That Happen.
Starting Right Now
Madeleine is just amazing with family members. She is loving, kind and willing to be raw and vulnerable in her work. She clearly gets it. And she has this magical ability to shift seamlessly from knowledgeable facilitator to compassionate friend who is walking the same journey in the trenches of this horrible disease. I wish that I, and my family, had met her when I was still drinking.
Addiction is not a spectator sport. Eventually the whole family gets to play.