(“Merging the Team: Integration of Interventionist & Treatment Team” Headlines Monday’s Agenda at Innovations in Recovery Conference)
Monday, March 31st, 2014 (SAN DIEGO, CA) – Hemet Valley Recovery Center and Sage Retreat is sponsoring “Merging the Team: Integration of Intervention & Treatment Team,” a panel discussion consisting of six experts. The discussion will begin as a presentation, which details the stages of helping those in need – from the early steps of Intervention through the continual care process. The presentation will be followed with an audience question and answer session.
The panel will be held as part of the 2014 Innovations in Recovery Conference, in San Diego, CA, March 32st – April 3 at the Hotel Del Coranado. “Merging the Team” will be led by moderator Gordon Scheible, MDiv, CADC-II, ICADC. The experts and subtopics are as follows: Ed Storti, BA, CADC-II, BRI-II, “Intervention: Gathering the information and preparing the family”, Nancy Waite-O’Brien, Ph.D, “Coordination of the information, assessment and developing the treatment plan”, Louise Stanger, ED.D, LCSW, BRI-II, “Family: Communication liaison and keeping the family supportive of the plan”, Ed Spatola, “Extended Care: Importance of long term treatment to achieve the best outcome”, and Jerry McDonald, “12 Step and continual care: The tread runs through it.”
The panel discussion takes place on Monday, March 31st, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in Empress Hall of the Hotel Del Cornado. To register for the event visit the conference web site.
Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego, CA | March 31, 2014 – April 3, 2014
The face of treatment and recovery is always changing—we learn more each day about the strength and resilience of the human spirit in the wake of behavioral health challenges. It has become more important than ever for professionals in the treatment community to stay up-to-date on effective therapeutic methods that are increasing the threshold of change and providing opportunities for long-term rehabilitation from substance use conditions and mental health issues.
“Innovations in Recovery” is a new behavioral health conference designed to keep treatment professionals on the leading edge of unique approaches and essential therapeutic skill sets. Hosted by Foundations Recovery Network, a proactive leader in integrated treatment education, “Innovations in Recovery” focuses on breaking down barriers, tackling tough issues and defining specific approaches for specialty populations.