The Meadows is proud to be a sponsor of the 5th Western Conference on Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders. Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders is designed specifically for professionals (counselors, therapists, social workers, psychologists, marriage/family therapists, and others) working in the addictions/mental health fields.
The theme of this year's event, TRAUMA, ADDICTION, RELATIONSHIPS brings together a nationally recognized faculty offering three days of keynote presentations and clinical workshops on topics including brain science, co-occurring disorders, process addictions, mindfulness, childhood trauma, adolescent treatment, experiental therapy, and more...
6 Hours Pre-Conference ETHICS Workshop September 3, 2014. Earn Up To 24 CE or Clock Hours
The 5th Western Conference on Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders is a premier training event, specializing in mental health and the addictions field. It is where a unique combination of nationally recognized faculty address a wide variety of today’s most relevant topics. The result is a highly acclaimed national training event featuring customized training opportunities for developing new treatment strategies and the sharing of research advances for clinicians and counselors.
US Journal Training, The Institute for Integral Development and COUNSELOR Magazine present an exceptional combination of inspiring speakers and trainers, addressing today’s most relevant topics. This year’s Western Conference tackles the issues of behavioral health and addictions using an integrated approach which considers the complex emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of each individual.
Who Should Attend:
With up to 24 Continuing Education Credits offered, this training will be especially valuable to those working in the areas of:
- Mental Health
- Addictions Counseling
- Marriage and Family Therapy
- Registered Nursing
- Courts and Corrections
- Employee Assistance
- School and Pastoral Counseling
For more information contact:
Lorrie Keip Cositore
Larry Mendoza 954-531-5856
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