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Helping a Loved One with Cannabis-Induced Psychosis (CIP)

April 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT

In this presentation, Aubree Adams and Amber Moore will educate about cannabis-induced psychosis and provide personal stories, family resources, and practical tools to respond to a teen or loved one with CIP and pathways to recovery.


Objectives: Participants will learn:

The signs and symptoms of cannabis-induced psychosis

How to provide a healthy environment.

Resources to take appropriate steps for support and recovery pathways.

Parenting tools to clearly and kindly respond to any negative or destructive behaviors.


Aubree Adams is the director of Every Brain Matters. She lived at ground zero of the marijuana expansion movement. Still, she found refuge in Houston, Texas, where she and her two sons joined a dynamic, enthusiastic recovery community where she became a host parent for youth in recovery. Aubree states that families and communities are unprepared for this era of industrialized marijuana that targets youth with flavored candies and vapes that provide a rapid and potent chemical assault to the brain. She is passionate about providing families with resources to prevent, manage, or recover from a child or young adult addicted or psychotic from cannabis.

Amber Moore is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and assistant director of Every Brain Matters. After experiencing first-hand the harmful mental and physical effects of cannabis, Amber became passionate about sharing scientific-based education with teens and families. She believes everyone has the right to be informed and know the truth about the harmful side effects of marijuana and industrialized THC products.
Amber’s mission is to spread both education and hope to individuals and families affected by marijuana.





April 16
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
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