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  • 7th Annual West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders-La Quinta, CA

    Thu June 02, 2016 - Sun June 05, 2016
    The West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders is one of C4 Recovery Solutions’ premier addiction conferences. WCSAD is dedicated to continuing education and networking in the field of addictions. WCSAD hosts more than 1,000 addiction professionals from across the country.
  • College of Problems on Drug Dependence Annual Meeting-Palm Springs, CA

    Sat June 11, 2016 - Thu June 16, 2016

    78th Annual Meeting - College on Problems of Drug Dependence - June 11-16, 2016 La Quinta Resort and Club, Palm Springs, California

  • American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention-Denver, CO

    Thu August 04, 2016 - Sun August 07, 2016
    Experts from accross the discipline, discussing current issues and topics in psychology.
  • Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare-Nashville, TN

    Mon June 20, 2016 - Tue June 21, 2016
    Health matters. Regaining physical and mental health in recovery is an important part of living a fulfilling, enriching life free from addictive substances. Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare is about the exploring best methods of treating patients and helping them attain physical and mental health for the long-term—but it’s also about fostering the health of your business. With an emphasis on education for both medical and treatment professionals, Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare offers CEs, CMEs and credits toward a Professionals Certificate from Belmont University. This conference will appeal to providers on all sides of the industry—laboratory services, sober living centers, hospitals, clinicians, doctors, nurses, case managers and a variety of other treatment professionals in the therapeutic and business arenas of healthcare.
  • WCA Annual Conference-Wyoming-October

    Thu October 12, 2017 - Fri October 14, 2016
    Keynote Speaker: Marlise Lonn PhD (UW Alumni) from Bowling Green State University Supporting Diversity: Empowering Emerging Leaders “Enhancing diversity, incorporating advocacy, and strengthening voices from a variety of cultures and contexts serves to advance the profession.” And David Kaplan PhD CPO American Counseling Association “Deep Dive Ethics”
  • Addiction Recovery Revolution-FREE Seminar by Sherry Gaba

    Sat March 04, 2017

    This FREE informative seminar will go live March 4, at 4 am EST. Each interview will be conveniently accessible for you to view at your convenience for 72 hours with an interview being released daily for 29 days. Learn innovative ways to help stop addiction and keep you in recovery

  • 49th Annual PCA Conference-King of Prussia-November

    Fri November 03, 2017 - Sun November 05, 2017
    We are excited to announce the 49th Annual PCA conference will be held at Valley Forge Resort and Casino at King of Prussia, November 3-5, 2017. We have expanded our conference in anticipation of a larger crowd and we are looking for enthusiastic conference committee co-chairs, members and volunteers to help make this the best conference ever. Here are just some of the ways you can help.
  • Drs. John & Julie Gottman Marriage Seminars-Houston, TX

    Thu May 18, 2017 - Sat May 20, 2017
    In this brand new training, Drs. Gottman explore the roles affairs and trauma play in wreaking havoc on a relationship and show professionals how to transform the resulting pain into forces that can be used to help couples heal and rebuild trust. Treating Affairs & Trauma - $599
  • Association for Humanistic Counseling-New York

    Thu June 01, 2017 - Sat June 03, 2017
    Marriott Syracuse Downtown
  • Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma-22nd International Summit-San Diego, CA

    Sun September 24, 2017 - Sat August 27, 2016
    Keynote Speaker: Kristanti Dharmaraj, MBA, Executive Director of the Center for Women's Global Leadership "Eradicating Violence in Our Lifetimes: Peace Beyond the Absence of War" Violence is the physical & psychological manifestation of discrimination & inequality, whether experienced at home, in our community &/or perpetuated by the State. Violence like discrimination is both structural & behavioral. The structure of violence is embedded in both public & private settings within policies, legislation, institutions & the economy. The economy of violence, which includes war, is powerful, seductive, & lucrative & is inextricably linked to capitalism, which has become an innate part of our daily life. We no longer realize that violence has become a habit! We all know that habits can be changed if we interrupt the pattern, & are deliberate about the decisions we make no matter how small. This choice is ultimately ours. In our lifetime we have the ability to choose peace over war, land over capital, sustainability over profit, equality over discrimination, inclusion over exclusion, & love over violence.