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Chatham-Kent Addictions Awareness Conference

Event Short Description

This one day conference on Working with Trauma: Helping and Healing has speakers Teresa Naseba Marsh and Dr. David Marsh. This conference has been approved by the CACCF for 6 core hours for CEU.

Start Time

11/13/2013 9:00 AM

End Time

11/13/2013 4:30 PM

Event Location Name

Club Lentinas

Street

250 National Road

City

Chatham

State/Province

ON

Country/Region

Canada

Full Event Description

​The Chatham-Kent Community Health Centres in partnership with Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Mental Health and Addictions Program, Canadian Mental Health Association and Westover Treatment Centre are proud to announce the 3rd annual Chatham-Kent Addictions Awareness Conference, Working with Trauma: Helping and Healing, November 13, 2013. This conference will be held at Club Lentinas in Chatham, ON.

Early Bird Registration goes until September 1st and is $80, after this time registration is $90.

We have Sunset Drum opening the conference and dynamic speakers Teresa Naseba Marsh and Dr. David Marsh. This conference has been approved by the CACCF for 6 core hours for CEU.

After this conference participants will:

· Identify and understand the pervasive effects of  trauma and intergenerational trauma

· Understand that the hallmark of trauma and intergenerational trauma is disrupted spiritualty, meaning or hope, leading to self-destruction and suffering 

· Explore experientially various coping strategies that move suffering to healing

· Move beyond trauma and intergenerational trauma and embrace transformation

· Explore strategies to utilize these skills with clients or family members

· Understand the neurological basis of addiction and links between this and the response to trauma

· Discover the specific impacts of opioid dependence and methods for delivery and evaluation of opioid dependence treatment

More information is also posted on our website here: http://ckchc.ca/whatsnew/chatham-kent-addictions-awareness-conference/

Contact Name

Beth Edwards

Contact Email

beth.edwards@ckchc.ca

Contact Phone

519-397-5455 ext.113

Contact Fax

 

Workspace

Recurrence

 

All Day Event

 
Approval Status Approved
 

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