MacKenzie Phillips of "One Day at a Time" Fame

Nicholas Snow and #PromoHomoTV are LIVE with Mackenzie Phillips - at the Finding Freedom Symposium 2018 - of One Day At A Time fame.The Finding Freedom Symposium is about bringing forward relevant information for best practices in supporting the LGBTQ community with co-occurring disorders. Their intention is to offer a container for discovery and focused discussion to find effective solutions for professionals and their LGBTQ patients.Their goal is to cultivate a conversation that will lead to clinical, research-based information.The annual conference is open to the community, treatment professionals, doctors, therapists and anyone who is interested in the unique issues facing sexual identity and co-occurring disorders treatment.Having struggled with drug and alcohol abuse for over a decade, MacKenzie has utilized her platform is a public figure to help educate people about addiction into combat social stigmas. Turning her life around to find that her passion is helping others to do the same, she became a primary substance use counselor in 2013 and began working in the treatment feel. McKenzie in the workshop shared her experiences as an adult, patient, and now a change agent.

Posted by Nicholas Snow on Saturday, January 27, 2018

Nicholas Snow and #PromoHomoTV were LIVE with Mackenzie Phillips of One Day At A Time fame, interviewed at the Finding Freedom Symposium 2018.

 

The Finding Freedom Symposium is about bringing forward relevant information for best practices in supporting the LGBTQ community with co-occurring disorders. Their intention is to offer a container for discovery and focused discussion to find effective solutions for professionals and their LGBTQ patients.

Their goal is to cultivate a conversation that will lead to clinical, research-based information.The annual conference is open to the community, treatment professionals, doctors, therapists and anyone who is interested in the unique issues facing sexual identity and co-occurring disorders treatment.

Having struggled with drug and alcohol abuse for over a decade, MacKenzie has utilized her platform is a public figure to help educate people about addiction into combat social stigmas. Turning her life around to find that her passion is helping others to do the same, she became a primary substance use counselor in 2013 and began working in the treatment feel.

The Finding Freedom Symposium is about bringing forward relevant information for best practices in supporting the LGBTQ community with co-occurring disorders. Their intention is to offer a container for discovery and focused discussion to find effective solutions for professionals and their LGBTQ patients.

Their goal is to cultivate a conversation that will lead to clinical, research-based information.The annual conference is open to the community, treatment professionals, doctors, therapists and anyone who is interested in the unique issues facing sexual identity and co-occurring disorders treatment.

Having struggled with drug and alcohol abuse for over a decade, MacKenzie has utilized her platform is a public figure to help educate people about addiction into combat social stigmas. Turning her life around to find that her passion is helping others to do the same, she became a primary substance use counselor in 2013 and began working in the treatment feel. McKenzie in the workshop shared her experiences as an adult, patient, and now a change agent.