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Colorado Springs, CO | January 29

The purpose of the 43rd Annual Winter Symposium includes improving health professional attendee’s evidence-based diagnostic/assessment, treatment, knowledge and practice skills specific to reducing and/or eliminating health care provider care gaps and facilitating integrative care related to a broad spectrum of addictive disorders, behavioral health and mental health disorders.

Attendees completing the full Symposium will be able to identify 5 or more evidenced-based diagnostic/assessment measures, treatment interventions, practice gap reduction measures and integrative care interventions including psychotherapies, psychosocial treatments, medical and psychotropic care, self-help care and adjunctive care interventions for persons manifesting a broad spectrum of disorders and conditions included in this educational program.

January 30

Description:
Achieving national recognition for a program requires an understanding first and foremost of how various customers and stakeholders value treatments. Each program needs to decide how to take their clinical strengths and build it into a national message. We will review examples of specific Elements Behavioral Health programs that have achieved national recognition by enhancing their relationships to one or more classes of customers and their path to success. During the workshop we will provide participants with feedback on how to maximize their efforts to achieve national brand recognition.
 
Objectives:
Participants will develop a better appreciation for different classes of customers and their expectations.
Case examples will be used to teach strategies for broadening program reach and recognition.
Participants will be assisted in analyzing and improving their readiness to approach various customer communities. 
 
Speaker Bio:
David Sack, M.D. is founder, Vice Chairman and Chief Medical Officer of Elements Behavioral Health where he lead it from a single location to a national treatment company with programs in nine states and more than six hundred beds. He has worked extensively in a wide range of clinical, research and managed care settings. Dr. Sack founded Elements Behavioral Health in 2008 and is now the leading privately owned provider of addiction and mental health programs offering innovative treatment for substance abuse, sexual addiction, trauma, eating disorders and other mental health disorders.
Dr. Sack is board certified in Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine.

Garden Grove, CA | February 16

The Summit for Clinical Excellence (formerly the Addiction Professional Summit) consistently makes your conference experience count with cutting-edge content presented by renowned speakers that stand out as pioneers in their fields, best-selling authors, and leading experts. Our advanced clinical training features the top faculty and authors in the field of mental health who cover today’s issues.

 

$20.00
Saddle Brook, NJ | February 24 @ 8:00 am

Speaker:  Dr. David Sack

Learning Objectives.

1. Which behaviors increase the risk of overdose in opiate dependent clients

2. Which factors differentiate clients with the highest risk for overdose?

3. How do treatment selection and clinical response influence overdose risk?

4. What clinical steps can be taken to lower overdose risk in the first year following treatment?

Chicago, IL | March 8

The Summit for Clinical Excellence consistently makes your conference experience count with cutting-edge content presented by renowned speakers that stand out as pioneers in their fields, best-selling authors, and leading experts. Our advanced clinical training features the top faculty and authors in the field of mental health who cover today’s issues.
  • Intermediate to Advanced Clinical Training for Therapists and Counselors
  • 23 CE Credits Available – Including 6 Ethics CEs
  • CE Board Approved Program: APA-ASWB-NAADAC-NBCC-CBBS-CBRN-CFAAP
  • Pre-Conference Ethics Workshop

Henderson, NV | March 23

iaedp™ Symposium 2017’s program is being created by a group of professionals like you who work in therapeutic settings with patients. It is our goal to provide an exciting, quality program that is applicable to your needs when working with patients.

Another goal, however, has to do with your experience at the conference. We select locations that provide a vacation-like experience. . Join us at iaedp™ Symposium 2017 for another exciting program in an extraordinarily beautiful setting.

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