Nanette Zumwalt is honored to be speaking at the upcoming conferences and events. 

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The Southern California Recovery Summit

Friday October 16, 2009
8:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Conference overview

The
Recovery Summit is fast becoming one of Southern California's most
prominent addiction conferences. Now in its third year, the Summit has
drawn experts in the field from around the country.

This exceptional program is devoted to recovery
from alcoholism and drug addiction, presented from many viewpoints, and
focused on the experiences of people working in the field. "Recovery"
as a topical area is deceptively broad. Presenters and panelists
include psychologists, sober living providers, physicians, homeless
services providers, interventionists, social workers and
representatives of the criminal justice field.

The idea for this conference originated in
discussions about the intersection of different professional
disciplines and personal experiences as they bear on the recovery from
addiction. The conclusion was that much could be gained from a forum
where participants from different fields could meet to discuss common
issues, share experiences and seek solutions.

Who should attend?

If addiction and recovery matter to you, either
personally or professionally, the Summit is a good place to be. You'll
recognize several of the panelists and speakers.

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The Moment of Change – Intervention Approaches for Professionals

Sept. 28 – 30, 2009 -  Palm Beach, FL

Conference Introduction

Specific issues around interventions, disease
concepts, family participation, and practical business considerations
will be presented. Conference participants have the opportunity to
receive continuing education credits and acquire in-depth information
about the process of intervention for addiction and mental illness.

Conference Objectives
The participant will be able to:

  • Apply clinical skills from a broad range
    of professional core functions including alternative approaches to
    interventions, different therapy approaches and the mechanics of
    intervening.
  • Cite advances in the field of addiction and intervention from practice innovations.
  • Differentiate among key philosophies of intervention and integrate methods into practice.


For more information and registration click here.

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