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1 Presents The 1st Annual Earn up to 21 CEs Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience July 21-24, 2013 Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort Amelia Island, Florida Founding Patrons Register Online at

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3 Welcome to the 1st Annual C.O.R.E Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience July 21-24, 2013 C4 Recovery Solutions (C4) is honored to present a new addiction and recovery conference the 1st Annual Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience (C.O.R.E.). C4 is a 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to promoting the design, provision, and monitoring of outcomes-based addiction services and providing platforms to integrate varied academic disciplines and professional activities within the fields of addiction and behavioral health. C4 also operates two other premier addiction conferences the Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders and the West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders. C4 is run by a volunteer board, three staff members, several invaluable consultants and the graciousness of many volunteers and friends. The C.O.R.E. conference is an opportunity for addiction professionals to advance their understanding of the principles behind abstinence-based recovery practices. The conference is structured as a forum to increase the collective understanding of recovery processes. The goal is to improve outcomes by better integrating abstinence-based practices and Twelve-Step principles into therapeutic initiatives. Developed more than 75-years ago, the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous have withstood the test of time and science to emerge as a primary foundation for recovery from both alcoholism and drug addiction. Many conferences focus on science and practice but with an alarming and growing emphasis on drug replacement therapies. Recovery is increasingly playing a secondary role. While science and new clinical tools are important, they cannot replace the Twelve Steps as a key means of facilitating the personal growth that is necessary for a sustainable and long-term recovery. The C.O.R.E. conference highlights the critical importance of 12-Step processes and abstinence-based recovery and presents new options for productively integrating useful clinical tools into a larger recoveryoriented treatment culture. C4 offers a special debt of gratitude to the CORE Founding Patrons as well as the Platinum, Gold, and Silver Patrons, who with their generous support and underwriting, allow us to continue to provide you with the best return on your investment of time, energy, and money. Founding Patrons Burning Tree Caron Cumberland Heights Gaston House Jaywalker Lodge Origins Recovery Centers The Retreat Willingway Platinum Patrons Burning Tree Gaston House Gold Patrons Northbound Treatment Services St. Christopher s Addiction Wellness Center Silver Patrons Father Martin s Ashley MedPro Billing Pine Grove Behavior Health 3

4 Clean Start 5x4.5 3/14/13 4:48 PM Page 1 Imagine A Clean Start. Then imagine it starts here. GENDER SPECIFIC RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS Men Women Young Adults Adolescents PROFESSIONALS PROGRAM EXTENDED CARE FAMILY PROGRAM EXPERIENTIAL THERAPY ART & MUSIC THERAPY 12-STEP PHILOSOPHY FULLY STAFFED MEDICAL SERVICES 24/ cumberlandheights.org Nashville, TN Since 2005 Jaywalker Lodge has been building a continuum of treatment and recovery services within the framework of an Open Community model of care in Carbondale, Colorado. Firmly rooted in the 12 Steps, Jaywalker Lodge emphasizes the relentless pursuit of joy and service in recovery through a brotherhood of sober men in the Rocky Mountains. 811 Main Court Carbondale, CO (866)

5 Saturday, July 20 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Registration Sunday Schedule of Events Sunday, July 21 1st Annual CORE Golf Tournament Sponsorships Available Come join us for an amazing networking opportunity that will be the talk of the conference! Join us for a fantastic networking opportunity at the beautiful Oak Marsh Golf Course, one of the truly classic Pete Dye-designed golf courses in the world. The course is noted for its tight fairways and small greens meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks for which Amelia Island is famous. At par 72, this 6,500-yard course has 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulk-headed greens. Enjoy a special C.O.R.E. golf rate of only $112 per 18 holes. Sunday, July 21 2:00 5:00 PM Registration 2:00 5:00 PM Exhibit Setup 5:30 PM Exhibit Hall Opens 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Hors d oeuvre Networking Reception 7:00 9:00 PM Opening Plenary Please come celebrate the opening reception of the 1st Annual CORE Conference hosted by Willingway with a delicious Hors d oeuvre reception in the Magnolia Ballroom & Exhibit Hall. #199. The Struggle to Define Abstinence William Borchert, Burns Brady, MD, ASAM, FASAM, ABFP, FAAFP, Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CAI, BRI II and Robert Mooney, MD e Supported by Willingway & Linking Human Systems/LINC Foundation Level of Instruction: All William Borchert will introduce the panel for the evening presentation. Dr. Brady will be discussing treatment attempts over the years that have jeopardized recovery for substance use disordered patients. Many of these attempts have been, and still are, presented as good science. Dr. Landau will discuss that appreciating and understanding the role of abstinence in the effective treatment paradigm can be a daunting process, until difference between recovery and recovered is embraced.only one of those words applies to the journey of the addicted soul; and if you re asking which one - you re probably at the wrong conference. The only 5

6 Sun.-Mon. Schedule of Events safe path to full recovery embraces abstinence. While abstinence in the face of substance abuse is a bit easier to understand for most, abstinence with regard to process addictions is not only less concrete, it is impossible when your struggle is food or managing chronic pain, for example. Food abstinence is its own condition, but those blurred lines must be addressed. We will also address the need for medication when there are conditions such as the need for real pain relief, alternative methods, which may include medication. Without implementation of a balanced bio-psycho-social-spiritual-cultural approach to recovery, the hope for healthy, long-term recovery is slight at best. Dr. Mooney believes that the commitment to a philosophy grounded in minimization of centrally acting substances is becoming increasingly difficult as harm reduction models predominate. This is due in part to the varied experiences in the application of abstinence principles throughout the treatment continuum. By openly sharing our success and failure we can help to create an atmosphere which is attractive to a new generation of addiction professionals who may recognize the advantages of abstinence in the promotion of recovery. Immediately following the Keynote panel presentation, William Borchert will be signing copies of When Two Loves Collide, the story of the Mooney family. Monday, July 22 Monday Morning Plenary: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM #200. REMOVING DEFECTS OF CHARACTER: THE SPIRITUAL JOURNEy Cardwell Nuckols, PhD e Supported by Burning Tree Recovery Ranch Level of Instruction: All Character defects are a source of suffering and can lead to relapse and other self-defeating behaviors. At the root of these defects are narcissistic beliefs about the self (I, me and mine) and a distorted self-image. Defects of character respond poorly to psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy and are more amenable to change utilizing a spiritual program and spiritual tools such as humility, honesty, acceptance and surrender. This skills-training event will teach clinician s how to assist clients in the removal of these defects including pride, greed, jealousy and envy. Understanding that I am jealous and I will change is an illusion and the fact that change occurs in the moment will be at the heart of this transformation. Morning Break in the Exhibit Hall: 10:00 AM 10:45 AM Monday Morning Workshops: 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM #210. Moving Past the 1, 2, 3 Tango: How to help Chronic Relapsers through the 12 Steps Heidi Voet Smith, MA, LPC, LCPC e Supported by Burning Tree Recovery Ranch Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advanced This workshop will identify the number one reason why individuals continue to chronically relapse, as well as discuss detailed tools to help these individuals find lasting sobriety through the 12-steps. #211. How and Why Values Heal Addiction: Power of the 12 Steps Craig Nakken, MSW, LICSW, LMFT Level of Instruction: All Practice these principles in all your affairs, principles before personalities, spiritual principles are transformative principals that have the power to destroy or to transform ugly into beautiful. The 12 steps are a series of positive spiritual principles that counteract the negative spiritual principles that become as common as the illness of addiction progresses. This workshop will focus on how positive spiritual principles heal. It will examine what their properties for healing are and how this fits with the human brain. Hopefully the workshop will help those counselors not familiar with the 12 steps come to understand and respect how they transform. The workshop will teach different frameworks that are easy to use with clients to help them in their transformative process. 6

7 Monday Schedule of Events Monday Lunch Plenary: 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Join us for a delightful complimentary luncheon and discussion hosted by Origins Recovery Centers. Please pre-register. #250. Why Can t We All Just Get Along: The Happy Marriage of Clinical Innovation and the 12-Steps Mandy Baker, MS, LCDC & Chris Raymer e Supported by Origins Recovery Centers Level of Instruction: All This workshop considers the history of substance abuse treatment, its interaction with Alcoholics Anonymous, and the strengths and weaknesses of this interaction. Presenting from the perspectives of the treatment industry and the membership of 12-Step fellowship, this presentation seeks to dispel common assumptions and misunderstandings between these entities that hinder client care and lead to confusion about recovery from addiction. In addition, it provides recommendations for clinicians about their role in facilitating participation in 12-Step programs and provokes discussion about new ways forward that utilize the strengths of both clinical tools and the time-tested 12-Step experience. Monday Early Afternoon Workshops: 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM #251. Essential Practices for Recovery Communities Chico West, LPC/S e Supported by Gaston House Level of Instruction: Introductory/Intermediate This session will discuss what has demonstrated to be the most effective practices for establishing long-term recovery through abstinence in clients transitioning out of primary care. We will also address operators of primaryand aftercare facilities as well as individual therapists, who more often than not do not have the extensive resources and wealth of experience available to more established and far-reaching treatment centers. #252. The Marriage of Clinical and Sober Living Experience William Simmons, CASAC, ICADC e Supported by The Granite House Level of Instruction: Introductory Workshop will discuss the importance of meeting the needs of individuals seeking sustainable recovery. Afternoon Break in the Exhibit Hall: 3:15 PM 4:00 PM Monday Late Afternoon Workshops: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM #275. Spirituality and Humility: The Heart of Addiction Recovery James L. Fenley, MD, BC ASAM e Supported by Hard Choices Level of Instruction: Intermediate This presentation will focus on the inseparable nature of humility and spirituality in a 12 step facilitated recovery process. Humility will be defined as a painful journey related to both increased ego and decreased self-esteem. Perfectionism, pride, piety, and other forms of an inflated ego will be contrasted with the abuse, fear of abandonment, and the code of silence that fosters poor self-esteem. In addition, the relationship of spirituality to humility regarding the processes of surrender, anonymity, and traditions of 12 step recovery will be reviewed. #276. Regulating Emotions through the Integration of DBT and the Twelve Steps Bari Platter, MS, RN & Osvaldo Cabral, LPC, MA, CAC III e Supported by The University of Colorado Hospital- CeDAR Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advanced This workshop will focus on the work the presenters have completed in integrating Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) approaches with Twelve Step philosophy. The focus will be on emotion regulation; providing clients with skills to begin to successfully regulate their emotions in the process of recovery. Participants will have the opportunity to practice the skills that the presenters use with clients for emotion regulation. 7

8 Mon.-Tues. Schedule of Events Monday Evening Plenary: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM #299. Passion, Purpose, Path Mark Lundholm e Supported by Burning Tree Recovery Ranch Level of Instruction: All This presentation is specific to healthcare, addiction and treatment professionals. Addiction, codependency, alcoholism and other dysfunctional family dynamics are all topics discussed here. Attendees will be invited to examine themselves professionally AND personally in order to rediscover passion, purpose and potential. This workshop will remind the pros why they work with the cons!! One of the lines used in this workshop is this is the job I have because it is the work I was born to do! A resounding message here is the ability to be productively selfish so that the professional healer is healed and the healed become healthier and more available to provide what is required at work, home and for themselves. The path of the healer is extended by narrowing the focus of health: our own. Tuesday, July 23 Tuesday Morning Plenary: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM #300. The Spirituality of Taking Action: Clinical Intervention and 12 Step Recovery Debra Jay e Supported by The Retreat Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advanced Intervention is evolving into a practice that more fully engages the family in the recovery process. This workshop explores the role of intervention before, during and after treatment. Additionally, the importance of the clinical itervention is discussed as a professional who is capable of working as a co-case manager with the treatment team and a liaison between the treatment team and the family. We explore the expanded role of clinical interventionists, the opportunities often missed in the intervention process and how clinical interventionists can elevate the reputation of the addictions field. Additionally, we explore individualizing the intervention process and the importance of educating the members of the intervention team to understand the larger picture of treatment and recovery. Morning Break in the Exhibit Hall: 10:00 AM 10:45 AM Tuesday Morning Workshops: 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM #310. Medication Kindling- When Prescribing Meets Compulsion Robert W. Mooney, MD e Supported by Willingway Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advanced This workshop will be a discussion involving the idea that exposure to low dose centrally acting substances can provide a trigger for high risk relapse behavior. #311. The Therapeutic Benefits of Service to Others During the Treatment Process Dan Reed, CAC III, LADC e Supported by Jaywalker Lodge Level of Instruction: Intermediate Webster s dictionary defines service as the work performed in contribution to the welfare of others. For those in early recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs, service is widely regarded as an effective form of therapy, providing respite from self-centered and self-destructive behaviors, and building self-esteem through the highly esteemable act of helping others. This presentation will explore the roots of service in 12 Step culture; as well as provide an overview of some of the research connecting volunteerism, altruism and community service to long term sobriety. Satisfactory Completion In order to receive a continuing education certificate, the following must be met: 1) registration fee must be paid; 2) each session attended must be attended in its entirety and 3) an attendance/evaluation form must be completed within 90 days of the conference. Participants not fulfilling these requirements will not receive a certificate. Failure to complete and turn in the attendance/evaluation form will result in forfeiture of credit for the entire symposium. No exceptions will be made. ADA Statement ADA accommodations will be made in accordance with the law. If you require ADA accommodations, please indicate your needs by May 31, We cannot ensure the availability of appropriate accommodations without prior notification. 8

9 Gaston House is an all male sober living community located in Dallas, TX, whose primary goal is to help young adult men achieve long-term sobriety. We see addiction as a chronic, progressive, incurable illness that affects all aspects of the individual s life. By way of working a solid program of recovery, coupled with the accountability of a sober community as well as individual and group therapy, we believe that Gaston House provides young men the best opportunity to achieve their goals. Caron Treatment Centers Comprehensive Addiction Treatment. Recovery for Life. To help individuals and families achieve Caron Pennsylvania Caron.org Caron Texas CaronTexas.org Primary and Extended Care Treatment Programs A Residential Relapse Program Residential Assessment Programs Family Education Programming Aftercare Programs Outpatient Treatment Options Breakthrough at Caron Personal Growth Workshop Caron Renaissance CaronRenaissance.org Caron Renaissance Ocean Drive CaronOceanDrive.org Hanley Center HanleyCenter.org Regional Locations: Philadelphia, PA New York, NY Boston, MA Washington, D.C. Bermuda

10 Tuesday Schedule of Events Tuesday Lunch Plenary: 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Join us for a delightful complimentary luncheon and discussion hosted by Caron Treatment Centers. Please pre-register. #350. Recovery to Live Christopher Kennedy Lawford e Supported by Caron Treatment Centers Level of Instruction: All Christopher Kennedy Lawford, the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations on Drug Policy and author of four critically acclaimed New York Times Bestsellers, will discuss the visible recovery movement and how change and recovery are attainable for anyone who chooses that path. Mr. Lawford s research for his most recent New York Times Bestseller involved conversations and interviews with 100 of the world s top treatment experts. Mr. Lawford combines his personal experience in recovery with scientific research and clinical experts advice to provide a blueprint for recovery. Tuesday Early Afternoon Workshops: 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM #351. Abstinent 12 Step Oriented Treatment as Part of the Continuum - It is not us against them! Kenneth Thompson, MD FASAM & Chapman Sledge, MD FASAM e Supported by Caron Treatment Centers and Cumberland Heights Level of Instruction: Intermediate This workshop will stimulate critical thinking about recovery and patient centered approach supporting the use of abstinent based treatment as part of the continuum. #352. Peer-support and Maintenance Care Contributions in the Treatment Continuum Norman Hoffmann, PhD e Supported by C4 Recovery Solutions Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advanced This presentation will draw on research showing the higher abstinence rates for substance dependent individuals who maintain regular attendance at AA or other peer-support groups and those who remain in contact with professionals for a maintenance period of up to a year after intensive addiction treatment. Afternoon Break in the Exhibit Hall: 3:15 PM 4:00 PM Tuesday Late Afternoon Workshops: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM #375. The Movement of Grace Jennifer Angier, NCAC II, GCADC-II e Supported by Foundations Recovery Network Level of Instruction: Intermediate Participants in this workshop will be challenged to recognize the intimate qualities of the absence, the emergence and the living experience of grace in patients struggling with process addictions. Innovative approaches and a variety of patient interventions will be shared in an interactive, experiential setting that will help participants identify the spirituality behind a collaborative therapeutic exchange. Through the use of movie clips, literature and music, this interactive dialogue will enable the clinician to expand the realm of traditional therapeutic skills in the treatment of the dual addicted patient. #376. Past and Present Sense: Empowering the Recovering Person with the Wisdom of Recovery Principles using Creative Therapy Techniques and Treatment Approaches Will Radford, LCSW e Cumberland Heights Level of Instruction: Intermediate This workshop will offer creative ways to deliver the 12 step program of recovery to the newly recovering client as well as those who have established sober time. Relapse is a reality with addiction yet we do not need to just accept that it is a prevalent reality and part of the process. It is essential to understand the early stages of recovery and what is really needed to empower the new person. When we as clinicians are engaged in a creative process we will help ensure that our passion for recovery is transmitted to the client. We will explore experiential and traditional educations models that can instill a foundation that offers a solid understanding for persons to grow from. Art, music, creative writing, psychodrama and recovery history all offer fertile ground for clinicians to work with clients and this will be a venue to learn methods and techniques to utilize them. Using these methods to treatment plan for co-occurring disorders will be examined as well. The goal is to bring the 12 step Design for Living alive in an exciting and refreshing way. 10

11 Tues.-Wed. Schedule of Events Tuesday Evening Plenary: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM #399. Experience, Strength and Hope Chris R. Level of Instruction: All Chris tells his story of recovery, sharing his experience, strength and hope - open to all. Wednesday, July 24 Wednesday Morning Workshops: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM #400. Pride and Prejudice: Understanding the Barriers for Older Adults with Addiction Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, CSAT-S, CMAT, EMDR II e Supported by Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advances Addiction has a surprising new face and it s not a happy one. Among adults 60 and older, chemical addiction is one of the fastest growing health care problems facing our country. Census estimates predict that our current older adult populations will more than double by Yet, even as the number of older adults suffering from addiction rapidly climbs, this path of pain remains underestimated, under identified, under diagnosed and undertreated. Baby boomers are going bust, and grandma s self-medicating cocktails aren t cheering her up. The goal of this session is to provide mental health professionals an overview of the factors facing this complex cohort and a review of SAMHSA recent treatment protocol for this population. #401. Healing the Healers Bill Corbett e Supported by Corbett Business Consulting, LLC Level of Instruction: All The health of the culture of an organization is the most important aspect to insure survival and longevity. This must be the top priority to achieve the objectives of the organization. Therapists, counselors and treatment centers are in the business of saving and changing lives. You excel at helping others, but often not yourself. Why is that? We will answer that question and create a customized solution. Holistic healing is a vital foundation to be a whole person and live a contented, successful life. There is no simple answer, and as Einstein said, The mind that created the problem cannot solve the problem. This is a WE process. We can do together, what you can t do alone. Morning Break in the Exhibit Hall: 10:00 AM 10:30 AM Wednesday Closing Plenary: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM #410. A New Paradigm for Care Management that Promotes Long-Term Recovery Robert DuPont, MD e Level of Instruction: All The objective of treatment has long been to get addicts to stop using alcohol and drugs, based on the assumption that chemical slavery is caused by withdrawal. In this view, detoxification sets addicts free. This misunderstanding leads to a short-term focus that fails because addicts have often experienced periods of abstinence. The fundamental problem is not stopping use; it is relapse. Accept substance use and it continues; reject it and guide the addict to Recovery and there is hope of a better life. Abundant evidence for this approach comes from programs developed for addicted physicians, commercial pilots and attorneys. These unique systems of care management produce the best long-term outcomes in addiction and hold the promise of lifetime Recovery through the integration of the 12-Step programs. This New Paradigm has been adopted by innovative criminal justice programs and is being extended to substance abuse treatment programs, the next frontier. Who Should Attend? Physicians, Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Mental Health Counselors, Rehabilitation Counselors, Educators, Lawyers. Anyone whose life has been touched by the addictive process. 11

12 Faculty Biographies Jennifer Angier, NCAC II, GCADC-II, is a veteran of the mental health field with more than 22 years of clinical experience, and is the executive director of Foundations Recovery Network Atlanta. A nationally recognized speaker on addiction treatment techniques, she regularly provides educational presentations for numerous healthcare and community organizations. Jennifer has worked in case management, crisis response and in private practice and served as program director of Talbott Recovery s Assessment Stabilization Unit at Anchor Hospital in Atlanta. Jennifer obtained her degree from Georgia State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Originally from the Midwest, Jennifer has called Georgia home for more than 30 years. Mandy Baker, MS, LCDC, is the Executive Program Director of Origins Recovery Centers, a gender-specific residential facility specializing in the treatment of addiction as a chronic illness. Formerly the Associate Director for Grants and Special Projects at the nationally recognized Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery (CSAR), she is a coauthor of Making An Opportunity on Your Campus: A Comprehensive Curriculum for Designing Collegiate Recovery Communities and served as the lead project manager for the CSAR s efforts to implement recovery support systems at institutions of higher education across the nation. Ms. Baker is the author of multiple curriculums, book chapters, and articles in popular and peer reviewed journals addressing recovery support and relapse prevention with the young adult population. She currently oversees all clinical programs for the Origins Recovery Centers Texas campus and is completing her doctoral dissertation. William G. Borchert, author and screenwriter, was nominated for an Emmy for writing the highly acclaimed Warner Brothers / Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, My Name Is Bill W. which stars James Garner, James Woods and JoBeth Williams. The film, which won three Emmy awards, was focused on the founding of the worldwide movement of Alcoholics Anonymous, and was written from historical information, personal interviews and in-depth research. Bill began his career as a journalist in New York City working first as a reporter for one of the nation s largest daily newspapers and also for a major media wire service. After writing for national magazines and creating syndicated shows for radio, he became a partner at Artists Entertainment Complex, a new independent film production company that went on to produce a number of box office hits. These included Kansas City Bomber starring Raquel Welch, Serpico, starring Al Pacino and Dog Day Afternoon also starring Al Pacino. Bill has also written a number of books including The Skyline Is A Promise, The Lois Wilson Story: When Love Is Not Enough, Sought Through Prayer And Meditation, 50 Quiet Miracles That Changed Lives, and 1,000 Years of Sobriety. In addition to his other films, he also wrote the screenplay for the Entertainment One / Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, When Love Is Not Enough, which was based on his book about Lois Wilson, the co-founder of the worldwide fellowship of Al-Anon. He had been a close personal friend of Lois Wilson s for more than fifteen years before her passing. The movie stars Winona Ryder as Lois Wilson and Barry Pepper as Bill Wilson, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. In March of 2011, the well-known writer was asked to serve as a Trustee for The Willingway Foundation, the non-profit arm of Willingway Hospital in Statesboro, Georgia, one of the country s most prestigious alcoholism and drug treatment centers. It is often called The Betty Ford Center of the South. It was there at Willingway that Bill uncovered the dramatic and inspirational story of its founders, Dr. John Mooney and his wife, Dorothy Riggs Mooney, known as Dot to all her friends and associates. The result is his brilliant new book on their lives, their struggles and their legacy: WHEN TWO LOVES COLLIDE (Tasora Books, April 30, 2013). With almost 200 million people in America impacted in some way by the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction, Bill has written a book that almost every family should read as well as all those in the medical and health professions. For it is a story that offers an important answer to the nation s growing crisis of addiction. Burns Brady, MD, ASAM, FASAM, ABFP, FAAFP, has been the medical director of the Kentucky Physicians Health Foundation-Impaired Physicians Program since 1992 and has almost single-handedly built it into one of the nation s most respected programs for the rehabilitation of physicians with substance abuse problems. Dr. Brady himself places the five-year recovery rate at an impressive 89.9 percent. Osvaldo Cabral, LPC, MA, CACIII, is the Clinical Coordinator for the Men s Primary Care Program at the Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) at the University of Colorado Hospital. He has worked as a primary therapist for the past eleven years in residential, intensive outpatient, DUI/substance abuse programs, and domestic violence and sex offender clinics. Areas of expertise include aggression replacement training, CBT, emotion regulation and working with dually diagnosed clients. He s worked with a variety of client and age groups, including the Spanish-speaking population. Mr. Cabral recently completed a workbook with his colleague, Bari Platter that focuses on the integration of DBT and the Twelve Steps. Bill Corbett, is a Thought Leader in the alcohol and drug treatment field, a Master Mentor, a trusted advisor, consultant, coach, business turnaround expert, and serial entrepreneur. He has over 40 years of business experience including: Partnering with successful addiction treatment centers, reducing their scholarships and discounts from 20% of gross revenues to under 3%, dramatically increased the conversion rate of admission calls, rapidly reduced A-typical discharges, completely changed the companies from people dependent to system dependent, and created Inside-Champions tha Robert DuPont, MD, has been a leader in drug abuse prevention and treatment for over 40 years. He is President of the Institute for Behavior and Health, Inc. (1978-Present) and previously served as Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse ( ) and White House Drug Chief ( ). He is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University School of Medicine (1980-Present) and Vice President of Bensinger, DuPont & Associates (1982-Present). A graduate of Emory University, Dr. DuPont received an MD degree in 1963 from the Harvard Medical School. He completed his psychiatric training at Harvard and the National Institutes of Health. James L. Fenley, MD Int Med BC ASAM, is the President of Hard Choices LLC, the Director of ADD Services at Anchor Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. He is also on staff at Talbott Recovery. He is the Past Chair of SECAD

13 Faculty Biographies 2003, the Planning Committee for CCSAD since Dr. Fenley is also the author of Finding a Purpose in the Pain released Norman Hoffmann, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who has evaluated behavioral health programs and provided consultations for over 35 years. He has worked with private organizations and governmental agencies in a variety of countries. He has developed a variety of assessments instruments used throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Sweden, Norway, and the United Kingdom. He has also designed student surveys to assess needs and evaluate prevention impacts. Dr. Hoffmann has held faculty appointments at the University of Texas Medical Branch, University of Minnesota and Brown University. Currently he is President of Evince Clinical Assessments and adjunct professor of psychology at Western Carolina University. Debra Jay, Debra Jay is the author of No More Letting Go: The Spirituality of Taking Action Against Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, published by Bantam. She has also co-authored two Hazelden Guidebooks: Love First: A New Approach to Intervention and Aging and Addiction: Helping Older Adults Overcome Alcohol or Medication Dependence. She is in private practice, providing intervention training and consultation services to families, and has an additional specialty in older adult intervention. She previously worked as an addiction specialist for the Hazelden Foundation. Her clinical experience includes inpatient treatment, coordinator of the older adult track, facilitator of the family program, designer of the outpatient family program as well as working in outpatient, extended care and aftercare programs. Debra Jay is a nationally recognized public speaker and writes a newspaper column on alcohol and drug addiction. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University and the Hazelden School of Addiction Studies. Christopher Kennedy Lawford, navigates between Washington DC and Los Angeles as an actor, author and advocate. Lawford has worked extensively in politics, government and the non-profit sector as well as spending 20 years in the film and television business as an actor, lawyer, executive, and producer. Before this, Lawford battled a drug and alcohol addiction for much of his young life. In recovery for more than 25 years, he now dedicates most of his time and energy in the hopes of making a difference in this global public health crisis. Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CAI, BRI II, is a child, family and community neuropsychiatrist, specializing in resilience and overcoming adversity. Co-developer of the Evidence-Based, Best Practice ARISE Continuum of Care, Dr. Landau draws upon 30+ years of research and experience aimed at facilitating long-term healing for addicted individuals and their families. Author of numerous peer-reviewed publications, she has taught in 100+ countries, trained more than 1000 Certified ARISE Interventionists, and consulted to UN, WHO, NIMH, NIDA, NIAAA, SAMHSA, and several international governments. She is the recipient of awards for AAMFT s Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Marriage and Family Therapy and AFTA s Innovative Contribution to Family Therapy. Currently recognized as a global addiction and trauma pioneer, Dr. Landau continues to change the future of addiction by identifying trauma that spans generations. Her recent TEDX talk has become legendary and is one of the most sought after presentations on the subjects of family resilience, trauma and addiction. Steadily working on her long awaited personal memoir, Dr. Landau continues to be used by the national media as an expert on all stories relating to human behavior. Mark Lundholm, from humble beginnings on the streets of Oakland, California, as a homeless criminal, mental patient, to a world-renowned entertainer, Mark Lundholm s humor is a wild ride of challenges, changes and 2nd chances. Just out of rehab, while performing a 20 Minute comedy routine at San Quentin State Prison, Mark discovered his childhood survival skill of making people laugh was his ticket out. Armed with plenty of material poking fun at the insanity his life had become, Lundholm has worked his way up - literally from the gutter. It was not long before Mark garnered the attention of Showtime Comedy, and was given his own special. These routines quickly gained widespread attention. Ultimately Mark s entire story was produced and an off- Broadway play called Addicted? a comedy of substance was born. Addicted is quickly making its way around the world. Having performed in all 50 States and 10 foreign countries, including appearances on Comedy Central, Showtime, A&E, NBC, and CBS, Mark Lundholm s pure, dark look at his past, and clever glimpses of the future make this funny man one of the best. Robert Mooney, MD, is the Addiction Psychiatrist for Willingway Hospital, a 40-bed, privately owned alcohol and drug treatment hospital and serves on its Board of Directors. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and a Diplomate of the American Psychotherapy Association. He has served as a physician at Willingway Hospital since 1994 and is currently Medical Director. Dr. Mooney has been continuously certified as an Addiction Counselor since 1986 and currently holds a Masters Addiction Counselor Certification from the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Craig Nakken, MSW, LICSW, LMFT, is a family therapist, an author, lecturer, trainer and specializing in the treatment of addictions. Craig began his career in 1972 at Pharm House in Minneapolis, where he became director of outpatient treatment services from 1975 to Where he worked with addicts coming in off the street. Craig was vice president at Family Therapy Institute in St. Paul, MN from 1986 till In June of 1995, after a year long sabbatical, devoted to writing and teaching, Craig reestablished his private practice at Hamline Park Plaza in the midway area of St. Paul. Training counselors is a skill he has employed as an instructor at the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Florida State Summer School on Addiction, Jacksonville, FL and as an instructor at the Rutgers Summer School on Alcohol Studies New Brunswick, NJ. Craig also uses writing in sharing his knowledge and message of hope in the areas of addiction and recovery. He is internationally known as an author and lecturer. Cardwell Nuckols, PhD, is described as one of the most influential clinical and spiritual trainers in North America. Dr. Nuckols passion and mission is to assist in the integration of emerging scientific research with traditional spiritual and self-help knowledge. From this integration comes knowledge, inspiration and 13

14 Faculty Biographies technique helpful to those whose practice assists alcoholics, addicts and other mental health patients find healing and their personal road to recovery. Bari Platter, MS, RN, is a Clinical Nurse Specialist, a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) trainer and a certified Crucial Conversations trainer, and has earned a certificate in transcultural nursing. Miss Platter has recently completed a workbook with her colleague, Osvaldo Cabral, that focuses on the integration of DBT and the Twelve Steps. She is a national speaker and has published in the areas of addictions, cultural competency and psychiatric/mental health nursing. Will Radford, LCSW, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, is currently the Director of the Men s Program at Cumberland Heights, an alcohol and drug treatment center in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has worked since In that capacity, Mr. Radford oversees the treatment of adult male patients receiving inpatient treatment at the facility. Mr. Radford received his master s degree in social work from Louisiana State University. He is a past member of the board of directors of the Louisiana Association on Compulsive Gambling, and a member of the Family Mediation Council of Southwest Louisiana. Chris Raymer, has worked in and around the treatment industry for 20 years. Drawing from his own personal experience as a recovered alcoholic/addict and his work with thousands of men and women who have recovered from this disease, he provide a unique and passionate perspective on the 12-Steps and the power they hold to help people get well. He speaks both nationally and internationally on the subject of recovery offering short talks and seminars based on his history of being both a consumer and provider of treatment and the 12-Step fellowship. Dan Reed, CACIII, LADC, is a recovering addict/alcoholic with over 21 years in sobriety. He has worked in the field of substance abuse for many years in a variety of capacities. He trained at the Hazelden Foundation and subsequently worked there for a number of years in both primary and extended care programs. Dan has worked for Jaywalker Lodge for 6 years and is currently the program director of the Jaywalker Solutions program, a halfway house model with a heavy emphasis on service work. He has spearheaded service expeditions to New Orleans to aid in Katrina reconstruction, to Iowa to aid in flood relief, to the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota to work with the impoverished Native American population, and to the Utah backcountry to aid in the preservation of pristine wilderness habitat. Solutions clients are also heavily involved in local volunteer projects through Habitat for Humanity, the Aspen Homeless Coalition, Volunteer Outdoor Colorado, and Colorado Animal Rescue to name a few. William Simmons, CASAC, ICADC, is the Chief Operating Officer of Granite House. He spent nine years at Mountainside Treatment Center in Canaan, Conn., where he served as a Program Coordinator and a Counselor, before being promoted to Director of Continuing Care in He is a National and International Credentialed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, and a BLS & CPR trainer through the American Heart Association. Chapman Sledge, MD, FASAM, is Chief Medical Officer of Cumberland Heights in Nashville, TN. He is a graduate of LSU and the University of Mississippi School of Medicine. He was trained in Family Medicine and was certified by the American Board of Family Practice in In 1990, he completed fellowship training in Addiction Medicine. Dr. Sledge is a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and is certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Sledge has served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, CSAT-S, CMAT, EMDR II, holds a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist-Supervisor, and Multiple Addiction Therapist. As the Director of Pine Grove Intensive Workshops, she is frequently asked to speak on topics including addiction interaction, disordered eating, and sexual compulsivity. She is a passionate force in the support of healing, hope and sustainable recovery. Kenneth Thompson, MD FASAM, has extensive experience in the field of addiction having seen it from many sides including his own personal recovery. He has worked in the field of addiction medicine for over 24 years and is currently the Medical Director of Caron Treatment Centers. Dr. Thompson had been instrumental in the development and opening of the Florida Recovery Center, the University of Florida College of Medicine s first addiction treatment facility that specialized in the treatment of impaired professionals. Dr. Thompson has been involved in the training of Fellows in Addiction Medicine since Heidi Voet Smith, MA, LPC, LCPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both Texas and Maine. She has been featured in A&E s Intervention as well as the upcoming National Geographic series How Drugs Work. She blogs for Addiction Professional Magazine and recently had their featured cover. Heidi is the Clinical Director at Burning Tree Recovery Ranch, where she also co-created and co-facilitates the Family Program Workshop. Heidi resides in Dallas with her husband Michael, their 18-month old son Elliott, and their two dogs. Chico West, LPC/S, got sober on August 28 of He graduated from SMU and went on to earn a Masters Degree in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary in He has been conducting interventions since 1996 and working in private practice since Chico served at SMU as the drug and alcohol counselor from 95-97, at and IOP in Dallas from 97-99, and at Burning Tree in In 2005, he opened the Gaston House, a transitional sober living home for young men years of age. The Gaston House has grown to include two locations and a staff of twelve men, including eight Masters -level clinicians, and they have had the honor of assisting hundreds of young men on their journey to recovery.. 14

15 West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders May 30-June 2, 2013 La Quinta Resort & Spa, La Quinta, CA Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience July 21-24, 2013 Omni Amelia Island Plantation, FL Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders September 12-15, 2013 Resort & Conference Center, Hyannis, MA addiction executives industry summit February 9-12, 2014 Waldorf-Astoria Naples, FL C4 Recovery Solutions, a nonprofit organization, is proud to be a leader in the addiction education field. C4 Conferencing offers four unique conferences that draw industry leaders and attendees from around the world. Please join us for networking, higher education, and opportunities to help move the industry forward. EMDR Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Motivational Interviewing Psychodrama Equine Therapy Arts & Adventure Therapy 12-Step Immersion Origins provides an 18-month continuum of individualized dual-diagnosis addiction treatment programs and recovery support services for adults. Origins treatment approach unites effective addiction medicine and evidence-based clinical interventions with a profound immersion in the timeless 12-Step experience. 15

16 c4-ad.pdf 1 3/19/13 5:56 PM Col lab o ra tion / kəˌlabəˈrāshən/ Noun: The action of working with someone to produce or create something. Con sul ta tion / känsəlˈtāshən/ Noun: The action or process of formally consulting or discussing; A meeting with an expert or professional in order to seek advice. C M Y CM C4 Recovery Solutions, a non-profit corporation, understands collaboration. Our renowned Cape Cod and West Coast Symposia on Addictive Disorders are outstanding examples of our collaborating with many groups to bring together those in the addiction and behavioral health fields to learn, analyze, study, and grow. C4 has taken its role as a conferencer, convener, and collaborator a step further by specifically targeted expert consultation. At your request, C4 will collaborate with you to address your unique operational and clinical challenges. Together, you, C4's expert consultants, and C4 will collaborate to design a strategy for successfully responding to the difficult issues in your operating environment. C4 has created systems to ensure that you achieve the outcomes that are important to you. MY CY CMY K C4 knows that everyone operates in a resource-limited environment and therefore has desinged its Consultation Services to be: Priced to achieve a return on your investment Scalable to fit your financial and human resources needs Individualized to address your specific objectives Timely to help you achieve results more quickly Do you have questions? Do you need more information about how C4 can help you? Take a few minutes to learn more about C4's Consultation Services by contacting us at or ing your questions to 16

17 Hotel Information Omni Hotels & Resorts Amelia Island Plantation 6800 First Coast Highway, Amelia Island, Florida Phone: Mention: C4 Recovery Solutions/C.O.R.E. for discount Website: Rate: $ Single/Double Room rates quoted exclusive of applicable state and local taxes, (currently 11%). Quoted rates will be offered, based on space and rate availability, to attendees three days before and three days after the conference dates. About the Omni Plantation Celebrating the completion of an extensive $85 million re-imagination, the Omni Amelia Island Plantation is Florida s award-winning island destination. Recognized for offering a luxury resort experience in perfect harmony with nature, the oceanfront retreat, located just north of Jacksonville, Fla., is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean, lush marshlands and the Intracoastal Waterway. Situated on the 1,350-acres of the Amelia Island Plantation, the property s improvements include 404 luxury oceanfront guest rooms and suites; the largest pool deck in Northeast Florida and boasting spectacular Atlantic views. Rich in recreational amenities, the resort also offers three-and-a-half miles of wide, uncrowded beach; 54 holes of championship golf; 23 Har-Tru tennis courts; award-winning recreation programs; a shopping village with restaurants, boutiques and a nature-inspired signature spa; a state-of-the-art fitness center; nine culinary options ranging from casual to fine dining; kids camps; and numerous activities for adventurers including kayaking, horseback riding, Segway tours and seven miles of paved trails. The Villas of Amelia Island Plantation feature 300 one-, two- and three-bedroom villas with ocean, golf or resort views. The Omni Amelia Island Plantation offers authentic, genuine guest experiences with AAA Four-Diamond service and the expectations of the Omni brand. Resort Service Fee - Waived The Resort Service Fee of $20.00 per night has been waived for this conference; however all group attendees will receive the following amenities: Complimentary Self Parking Unlimited internet access in all accommodations On-property Resort transportation service Unlimited use of Health & Fitness Center In Room Coffee Service Local & Toll Free Phone Access Resort beach access Preferred Racquet Club and Golf Course reservation access Travel Information/Directions For more detailed information on airports, driving directions, and other travel related information, please see the Hotel/Travel tab on 17

18 2013 CORE - CE Information Please see updated CE information at under Program/CE Information American Academy of Health Care Providers in the Addictive Disorders (an international certifying body) has approved C4 Recovery Solutions to offer Continuing Education credit for Certified Addiction Specialists in accordance with the Academy s guidelines. Approved for up to 21 CE Credit Hours towards the Certified Addiction Specialist (CAS) credential. Certified Addiction Specialist (CAS) Self submit certificate and program to the Florida Certification Board for review and approval. Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC) Self submit certificate and program to the Florida Certification Board for review and approval. Certified Addiction Professional (CAP) Self submit certificate and program to the Florida Certification Board for review and approval. Certified Behavioral Health Technician (CBHT) Self submit certificate and program to the Florida Certification Board for review and approval. Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) Florida Amedco is approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Provider BAP#39-Exp Hours Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) - Application is in process to the National Board for Certified Counselors NBCC for review and approval CRCC - The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification - Application is in process to CRCC and pending approval for up to 21 Hours Licensed Professional Counselor** Application is in process to National Board for Certified Counselors NBCC for review and approval Licensed Mental Health Counselors Florida Amedco is approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Provider BAP#39-Exp Hours Marriage and Family Therapists Florida Amedco is approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Provider BAP#39-Exp Hours Marriage and Family Therapists Georgia This program has been submitted for approval to the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Master Addictions Counselor (MAC) - Application is in process to National Board for Certified Counselors - NBCC for CEs for review and approval for Master Addictions Counselor (MAC) NAADAC This course is co-sponsored By NAADAC and C4 Recovery Solutions for a maximum of 21 Contact Hours. Approved Education Provider # This course deals with Counselor Skill Groups: Ongoing Treatment Planning, Counseling Services. National Certified Counselors (NCCs) Application is in process to National Board for Certified Counselors - NBCC for CEs and pending approval for National Certified Counselors (NCCs) Physicians Please view the information at under the Program/CE Information Psychologists This course is co-sponsored by Amedco and C4 Recovery Solutions. Amedco is approved by the American Psychological Counseling Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Amedco maintains responsibility for this program. Maximum of 21 CEs. No APA credit is available for the following sessions: #399 & #401 Social Worker Florida Amedco is approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Provider BAP#39-Exp Hours Social Worker Application is in process to the National Association of Social Workers and pending approval (NASW approval not accepted for California, Michigan, North Carolina or West Virginia) ** State Licensure of LPCs differs from state to state. Most common titles are: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). Issued by each state regulatory board. A state license in counseling is literally permission from a particular state to practice counseling or to call oneself a licensed counselor. Some states have a single license and some have a two-tiered system. The names of state licenses vary from state to state. Some examples are LPC, LCPC, LPCC, LMHC, LPCMH, LCMHC, LPC-MH. Don t see the CE that you need listed here? me at and we will get to work on it for you. 18

19 To Register, please complete this form and forward with payment by mail or fax with credit card information to: CORE Registration, PO Box , Bronx, NY /Fax Questions to Katie Myvett at Please Check the Workshops you plan to attend. SUNDAy evening, July 21 Opening Plenary #199 MONDAy, July 22 Morning Plenary #200 Morning Workshops #210 OR #211 Luncheon Plenary #250 (Complimentary - pre-registration required) Early Afternoon Workshops #251 OR #252 Late Afternoon Workshops #275 OR #276 Evening Plenary #299 TUESDAy, July 23 Morning Plenary #300 Morning Workshops #310 OR #311 Luncheon Plenary #350 (Complimentary - pre-registration required) Early Afternoon Workshops #351 OR #352 Late Afternoon Workshops #375 OR #376 Evening Plenary #399 WEDNESDAy, July 24 Morning Workshops #400 OR #401 Closing Plenary #425 Symposium REGISTRATION FEES Symposium Registration fees (Sunday evening through Wednesday noon) include all presentations, the Opening Reception, Monday Luncheon, Tuesday Luncheon, all Coffee/Beverage Breaks and all Snack Breaks. Regular Attendee Fees: Non-Physician Physician Early Registration through $250 $320 Registration on or after $299 $369 Group Registrant Registration Fee (3 or more registrations received together) Early Registration through $225 $295 Registration on or after $274 $344 Registration Form SPECIAL Offerings & options First Annual CORE Golf Tournament Saturday, July 20 $112 for 18 holes Name Badge Please print your name, organization, city and state to appear on your name badge: Name Credentials Organization Mailing Address Street City/State/Zip Phone Fax Payment Information Check # Please make check payable to C4 Recovery Solutions/CORE. All cancellations MUST be submitted in writing, telephone requests WILL NOT be honored. Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to the conference, paid or unpaid invoices, will incur a $35.00 administrative fee. Cancellations received 14 to 30 days prior to the conference, paid or unpaid invoices will be refunded at 50% of the invoice. No refunds will be given for cancellations received within 14 days of the conference and all unpaid invoices will be due in full. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS. Credit Card Visa Mastercard American Express Discover Card # Expiration Date Street/City/State/Zip (For bank verification purposes, please include the address where you receive your credit card statement.) Signature 19

20 CORE Registration Dept 926 Cambridge Drive SE Grand Rapids, MI Bill Borchert Burns Brady, MD, Robert DuPont, Debra Jay Christopher ASAM, FASAM, MD Kennedy Lawford ABFP, FAAFP Mandy Baker, MS, LCDC Chris Raymer Register Online at Featured Faculty Cardwell Nuckols, PhD Robert Mooney, MD Mark Lundholm Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CAI, BRI II

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