Innovations in Recovery Conference

Conference Introduction

Innovations in Recovery Conference
Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego, CA | March 31, 2014 – April 3, 2014

Foundations Recovery Network would like to invite you to attend our new behavioral health conference, “Innovations in Recovery,” which will be held at the prestigious Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, Calif., in April of 2014.

The face of treatment and recovery is always changing—we learn more each day about the strength and resilience of the human spirit in the wake of behavioral health challenges. It has become more important than ever for professionals in the treatment community to stay up-to-date on effective therapeutic methods that are increasing the threshold of change and providing opportunities for long-term rehabilitation from substance use conditions and mental health issues.

“Innovations in Recovery” is a new behavioral health conference designed to keep treatment professionals on the leading edge of unique approaches and essential therapeutic skill sets. Hosted by Foundations Recovery Network, a proactive leader in integrated treatment education, “Innovations in Recovery” focuses on breaking down barriers, tackling tough issues and defining specific approaches for specialty populations.

Hotel del Coronado


This conference will emphasize the following areas of recovery education:

  • Intervention
  • Trauma
  • Specialty Populations (Adolescent, LGBT, Elderly)
  • Non-Traditional Treatment (Wilderness, Holistic, Adventure, etc.)
  • Advances in Behavioral Therapy (EMDR, CBT, DBT, etc.)
  • Process Addictions

At this conference, professionals can learn about a variety of topics that include advances in treatment modalities (EMDR, CBT, DBT, brain scans, etc.), non-traditional treatment approaches (holistic, equine, wilderness, adventure, etc.) psychological trauma, process addictions, intervention topics, and specialty populations (adolescents, the elderly, LGBTQ, professionals/high-profile clients, etc.).

Professionals who would benefit from “Innovations in Recovery” include psychologists, interventionists, therapists, psychiatrists, social workers, addiction counselors, medical personnel in the behavioral health field and others whose work takes them to the front lines of addiction and mental health treatment. Continuing education credits will be available for qualified attendees.



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