National Conference on Addiction Disorders 2012
With over 1,200 attendees in 2011, the National Conference on Addiction Disorders is the premier conference showcasing new ideas and innovations in the fields of recovery and prevention, as well as addressing treatment, administration, finance, technology, and medical issues. Produced by the publisher of Addiction Professional and Behavioral Healthcare magazines, along with partners NAATP and NALGAP, the 2012 conference will build on the success of last year with some program enhancements that include:
In-depth, deep-dive workshops and educational sessions on intervention, addictions and co-occurring disorders;
An expanded conference track devoted to prevention of violence and mental health and substance use.
An enhanced program for facilities owners and managers including a Behavioral Healthcare Executive Summit preceding the NCAD 2012 conference that addresses relevant and timely topics such as: healthcare reform, financial management, operations management, workforce development, and healthcare information technologies;
A technology pavilion on the exhibit hall floor that features hands-on education and demonstrations of the latest technologies including mobile apps, distance learning, and tele-counseling;
A comprehensive resource and media center with access to the latest publications, websites, and research materials.
Who Should Attend:
- Pastoral Counselors
- Addiction Therapists
- Clinical Counselors
- Mental Health Therapists
- Social Workers