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  • 4th Annual Interventionist Symposium
    8:30 am-4:30 pm
    September 24, 2022-September 25, 2022

    130 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, CA 95661

    130 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, CA 95661

    $150.00 thru 8/14 – Earn up to 16 CEU’s
    At our upcoming Interventionist Symposium, you will experience speakers who will impart our invitational intervention process. The information will provide a most exceptional education and training experience. You will learn how to engage realistic intervention strategies and how to work with the addict and their family systems. We will educate you and provide the skill sets that can will provide the addicted individual and their loved ones how to become set free from substance use, addicted patterns, understand generational challenges within the family history, core issues, chose new and healthy ways to engage, restore relational breaches, and proven family systems for continuum of care. We will review the first call and follow up invitation process with the addict, their family and loved ones.
    We will also spend quality time so you will gain an understanding about the importance of assessment and referral process to the most appropriate treatment program for the addicted individual. Presenting the option of continuum of care services, the documentation process, the contract for services and other logistics is critical to the success of both the interventionist and the clients, which include the addict, the family and their loved ones, will be examined. Expect a wide range of information, skill sets, and system logistics, creating systems to support your overall work with your clients and/or patients and their family. You will begin to create a foundation for yourself as a
    skilled and trained interventionist. This training is for doctors, clinicians, counselors, ministers, family members and lay people.
    When you complete the training, you will have gleaned from some of the experts in the field of addiction medicine and treatment, realistic and successful information about an invitation intervention and how to successfully refer and or place the addict in treatment and work with the family systems for long-term recovery. You will also leave with a list of contact persons who represent treatment programs we highly recommend for residential and outpatient care in California and throughout the United States.
    Our experts will present aspects of Addiction Medicine, the process for scheduling and facilitating an intervention, working with family and or loved ones, Family Systems, the business of interventions and more.

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  • 4th Annual Interventionist Symposium
    8:30 am-4:30 pm
    September 25, 2022-September 25, 2022

    130 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, CA 95661

    130 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, CA 95661

    $150.00 thru 8/14 – Earn up to 16 CEU’s
    At our upcoming Interventionist Symposium, you will experience speakers who will impart our invitational intervention process. The information will provide a most exceptional education and training experience. You will learn how to engage realistic intervention strategies and how to work with the addict and their family systems. We will educate you and provide the skill sets that can will provide the addicted individual and their loved ones how to become set free from substance use, addicted patterns, understand generational challenges within the family history, core issues, chose new and healthy ways to engage, restore relational breaches, and proven family systems for continuum of care. We will review the first call and follow up invitation process with the addict, their family and loved ones.
    We will also spend quality time so you will gain an understanding about the importance of assessment and referral process to the most appropriate treatment program for the addicted individual. Presenting the option of continuum of care services, the documentation process, the contract for services and other logistics is critical to the success of both the interventionist and the clients, which include the addict, the family and their loved ones, will be examined. Expect a wide range of information, skill sets, and system logistics, creating systems to support your overall work with your clients and/or patients and their family. You will begin to create a foundation for yourself as a
    skilled and trained interventionist. This training is for doctors, clinicians, counselors, ministers, family members and lay people.
    When you complete the training, you will have gleaned from some of the experts in the field of addiction medicine and treatment, realistic and successful information about an invitation intervention and how to successfully refer and or place the addict in treatment and work with the family systems for long-term recovery. You will also leave with a list of contact persons who represent treatment programs we highly recommend for residential and outpatient care in California and throughout the United States.
    Our experts will present aspects of Addiction Medicine, the process for scheduling and facilitating an intervention, working with family and or loved ones, Family Systems, the business of interventions and more.

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