The Meadows is sponsoring a free breakfast and lecture in Bellevue, WA on Friday, November 16 presented by Meadows' Senior Fellow, Shelley Uram, M.D. on the topic of "Trauma and Addiction." It will be held at the Bellefield Office Park Conference Room, 1150-114th Ave. S.E. from 9:00 to 11:00am. Registration is required.
Dr. Uram, a Harvard trained, triple board-certified psychiatrist, will describe why it is extremely important to clear trauma from the system in order to more effectively deal with addiction. In addition, she will discuss the connection between emotional pain and nervous system regulation and how addictions become a natural outcome in dealing with some evolutionary early brain wiring.
Dr. Uram speaks nationally and internationally and is best known for transforming the complexity of the brain and traumatology into interesting and easily understandable explanations. She is a much sought out speaker and educator on topics including the human brain's survival "wiring" and how it often interferes with a person's ability to thrive in their life; the underpinnings of depression; and the science of meditation.
To register for this event, contact Joan Sputh at 855.216.671 or email@example.com. Attendees can earn 1.5 Continuing Education Credits.
The Meadows is an industry leader in treating trauma and addiction through its inpatient and workshop programs. To learn more about The Meadows' work with trauma and addiction contact an intake coordinator at (866) 856-1279 or visit www.themeadows.com.
For over 35 years, The Meadows has been a leading trauma and addiction treatment center. In that time, they have helped more than 20,000 patients in one of their three inpatient centers and 25,000 attendees in national workshops. The Meadows world-class team of Senior Fellows, Psychiatrists, Therapists and Counselors treat the symptoms of addiction and the underlying issues that cause lifelong patterns of self-destructive behavior. The Meadows, with 24 hour nursing and on-site physicians and psychiatrists, is a Level 1 psychiatric hospital that is accredited by the Joint Commission.