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Building Strong Families 2013 Rooted in Recovery:  (6043)

09/09/2013 9:00 AM - 09/11/2013 4:30 PM

Rooted in Recovery: Substance Abuse and Trauma, Prevention to Treatment Three day conference focusing on the links between Trauma and Substance Abuse including a day long training in Seeking Safety. Event is free and we have 450 unduplicated attendees
registered to attend one of the three days. Centerstone and Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition to Host Fourth Annual Building Strong Families Conference Three-day event provides free trauma and substance abuse training to community clinicians The Building Strong
Families Conference brings together local, regional and national experts to address topics ranging from the effects of prenatal substance abuse on brain development, secondary trauma, suicide prevention, co-occurring disorders, clinician self-care to the role
of ethics in healthcare. Among the nationally-renowned session leaders are Dr. Kevin Reeder of Treatment Innovations in Mass. who will lead a special training and certification course for the evidence-based practice “Seeking Safety” and Dr. Ira Chasnoff from
the Children’s Research Triangle in Chicago who will be sharing some of his research findings on prenatal drug use and its effects on newborns and children.


Location: Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro TN

1200 Conference Center Blvd
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
United States


Sponsoring Organizations: Centerstone Of TN, TN Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition, TN Department of Children's Services


Type of Event: Conference


Program Agenda: Schedule at a glance 1 Monday, September 9, 2013 Registration Begins: 8 a.m. Lunch will be served from 12 noon – 1:30 p.m. Location: Mirabella E Each session lasts a full day 9 a.m. – Noon and 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. “Seeking Safety” Location: Mirabella
AB “Sustainability...Don’t Leave Your Future to Chance” Location: Mirabella BC Tuesday, September 10, 2013 Registration Begins: 8 a.m. Greeting and Opening Plenary 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. “Prenatal Substance Exposure and Its Effects on Brain Development” Location:
Mirabella E Morning Breakout Sessions 10:40 a.m. – 12 noon “Clinical Work with Trauma and Substance Use” Location: Mirabella A “Wraparound Model of Care” (Part 1 of 2) Location: Cambridge A “The Brain, Motivation, and Collaboration: Working Together for a
Common Goal” Location: Mirabella B “Engagement: Back to the Basics” Location: Mirabella C “Tennessee’s Legislative Update” Location: Cambridge B “Keys to Successful Meeting Leadership” Location: Mirabella D 12 noon – 12:30 p.m. Break and Get Lunch Luncheon
Plenary 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. “Co-occurring PTSD and Substance Abuse” Location: Mirabella E Afternoon Breakout Sessions 1:40 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. “Attachment, Self-Regulation an


Invited Officials / Presenters: Dr Kevin Reeder, Catherine Thatcher Brunson, Dr. Ira Chasnoff, Vroon Vandenberg, Mickey Shuran, Angela Pharris,Steve Perry, Bill Rutley, Dr Jon Ebert, Dr. James Rast, Michael Reynolds, Heather Kleinfield, E. Douglas Varney, MS Commissioner Tennessee Department
of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Fred Wells Brason II, Dr Tim Urban, Richard Boyd, Bruce Newport, Dr Brad Nunn, James Sacco, Dr Tom Sterling, Mary Elizabeth Heaney-Gárate, Vickie Harden, Dr Susan Gilpatrick, Christine Thorpe, Scott Reed, Mike
Commons, Deacon Dzierzawski,


Targeted participants for this year's event: 450


Invited Participants / Audience: Prevention staff, Counselors, Therapists, Case Managers, Community advocates


Primary Contact:
Cindy Cothran
1921 ransom place

Nashville, TN  37217

United States
931-246-6141



Secondary Contact:
Michelle Covington
1921 Raansom Place

Nashville, TN  37217


615-202-2343



Website: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e7lw669k7930d72c&llr=pt9vjfnab




Press Copy: Centerstone and Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition to Host Fourth Annual Building Strong Families Conference Three-day event provides free trauma and substance abuse training to community clinicians Nashville, TN—Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading
not-for-profit providers of community-based mental health and addiction services, has partnered with the Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition to host the fourth annual Building Strong Families Conference. The event, titled “Rooted in Recovery,” will be held September
9-11, 2013, at the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro, Tenn. This event is free to the public. Single and multiple day registrations are available. The Building Strong Families Conference brings together local, regional and national experts to address topics ranging
from the effects of prenatal substance abuse on brain development, secondary trauma, suicide prevention, co-occurring disorders, clinician self-care to the role of ethics in healthcare. Among the nationally-renowned session leaders are Dr. Kevin Reeder of
Treatment Innovations in Mass. who will lead a special training and certification course for the evidence-based practice “Seeking Safety” and Dr. Ira Chasnoff from the Children’s Research Triangle in Chicago who will be sharing some of his research findings
on prenatal drug use and its effects on newborns and children. Other Sessions will be available on substance abuse, trauma interventions, dual diagnosis, motivational interviewing, brain development, suicide prevention, ethics, and self-care among other topics.
“Centerstone is proud to collaborate with the Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition to offer the Building Strong Families conference and advance the treatment and prevention of trauma and substance abuse issues,” said Dr. Bob Vero, CEO of Centerstone of Tennessee.
“Our goal is to equip attendees with practical information and evidenced-based practices they can use to better help their clients overcome treatment barriers and set them on the path to recovery.” This three-day conference is funded by grants from the Administration
of Children and Families, and admission and onsite lunch is free. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Prevention Certification hours also will be provided at no cost. To register for one of 300 available spots available each day, visit: centerstone.org/events.


Other Information: The Building Strong Families Conference brings together local, regional and national experts to address topics ranging from the effects of prenatal substance abuse on brain development, secondary trauma, suicide prevention, co-occurring disorders, clinician
self-care to the role of ethics in healthcare. Among the nationally-renowned session leaders are Dr. Kevin Reeder of Treatment Innovations in Mass. who will lead a special training and certification course for the evidence-based practice “Seeking Safety” and
Dr. Ira Chasnoff from the Children’s Research Triangle in Chicago who will be sharing some of his research findings on prenatal drug use and its effects on newborns and children. Other Sessions will be available on: Substance abuse Trauma interventions Dual
diagnosis Motivational interviewing Brain development Suicide prevention Ethics Self-care


 

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