Sep 9 2019
Sep 9 2019: 7:30am–4:00pm

Innovations in Addiction Treatment: A Clinical and Holistic Approach to Individual and Family Care

Category: 
Addiction and Recovery, Mental Health and Behavioral Health

Newport Hospital, the Gruben Charitable Foundation and Salve Regina University will present a free, one-day behavioral health symposium on Monday, September 9, 2019. Experts at the symposium will share evidence-based knowledge for attendees to put into practice. They will address addiction, parenting, ADHD, and a multi-generational and cross-cultural approach to trauma, resilience, and healing.

Speakers

Christophe Sauerwein, MBA, MSc, PgD is a certified PIT therapist, psychologist, psychotherapist and academic director of the International Conference on Addiction and Associated Disorders.

Constant Mouton, MD, FCPsychSA is a certified ARISE interventionalist, director of ARISE Consulting (Europe), owner and psychiatrist at Live the Road, a psychiatrist in private practice, and a medical director at Triora Recovery Centers in The Netherlands and Spain.

Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CFLE, CIP, CAI, CRS is the founder and director of ARISE Network.

Patricia Emsellem, MS, LADCI is chief operating officer at Stanley Street Treatment and Resources (SSTAR) of Fall River, Massachusetts and SSTAR of Rhode Island, Inc.

Professional Credits Available

Professional credits will be granted:

  • Rhode Island Mental Health Counselors Association (RIMHCA) - approved
  • National Association of Social Workers - RI Chapter (NASW-RI) - application pending
  • NAADAC, the Association for Adult Professionals - application pending

This is a Rhode Island Certification Board-approved program.

Register and More Information

To register and for additional details please visit https://newport-bh-symposium.eventbrite.com or call 401-845-1502.

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