NCAD Conference 2015
August 1-4, 2015 | St. Louis Union Station Hotel | St. Louis, MO
Connect and Engage with National Experts and Resources
The National Conference on Addiction Disorders, along with Behavioral Healthcare Executive Summit, has rapidly established itself as a premier, respected, and trusted national conference that provides a diverse educational curriculum on the prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery management of addictions that affect various genders, generations, and cultures.
The 2015 Conference, with partner IC&RC, will feature nationally recognized treatment providers, authors, and educators discussing a wide range of topics in a compelling array of keynote sessions and in-depth workshops.
Co-Occurring Disorders: Case studies that demonstrate effective integrated care for co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders.
Counseling/Clinical Strategies: The latest practical guidance and evidence-based information on what works in treating addictions.
Ethics: Guidance on ethical dilemmas facing addiction counselors and/or the organizations that employ them.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive Summit: Topics include: Policy, Measurement, Operations, Services, Integration, Technology, Marketing, Mergers and Acquisitions.
Families in Treatment: Addressing successfully implemented strategies for improving family members' engagement in treatment, continuing care, and recovery support.
Gender Matters: Overcoming obstacles to recovery that are specific to the genders, to ethnic or sexual minorities, or to other underserved groups. Sponsored by CeDAR
Holistic Care: The emergence of whole-health issues such as diet/fitness and mind-body interventions in promoting recovery.
Marketing: Developing, marketing, and sustaining your organization’s reputation among prospects, funders, and communities.
Prevention/Intervention: Current applications of research findings on early intervention to lessen the impact of substance use.
Process Addictions: Clinical strategies for problem gambling, sex addiction, eating disorders and other issues that often intersect with substance use.
Professional Development: Information on professional credentialing, effective supervision and training, or self-care.
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