Rosecrance is pleased to offer webinars featuring our licensed, experienced, and compassionate professionals.

The Impact of Cannabis on Mental Health

Monday, August 10, 2020 | 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

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This presentation will provide education on how cannabis interacts with the brain to produce its effects. It will also focus on the impact that cannabis can have on adolescent brain development and the corresponding impact on mental health. The webinar will then provide information on CBD relative to THC and how the impact of cannabis on mental health is complicated and befits nuanced discussion. The presentation will also discuss how cannabis research is still in its infancy and how we need to be mindful of this moving forward.

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Featured Speaker

Matthew Quinn, MA, LCPC, CADC
Community Relations Coordinator

Matthew Quinn provides community relations in the western suburbs of Chicago in DuPage, Kane, and Kendall counties. He is a member of the Community Alliance for Prevention in Naperville, the Juvenile Justice Council in Kane County, and a consultant for the Connect For Life program through the Naperville Police Department. Quinn joined Rosecrance as an outreach counselor in 2015. He led the Parent Café parent support group, conducted regular prevention and early intervention (PEI) classes, and conducted substance use assessments in the Naperville office prior to moving into a community relations role. He completed his bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Notre Dame and his master’s degree in clinical psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Quinn is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor in Illinois. He was the program coordinator for the adolescent intensive outpatient program (IOP) at Linden Oaks at Elmhurst for 8 years prior to coming to Rosecrance. Previously, Quinn had been a therapeutic mentor for troubled teens and a member advocate for an employee assistance program (EAP). He has been counseling adolescents and adults in individual, couples, and family counseling for the past 15 years.