What is Innovations in Recovery?

Innovations in Recovery is about everything new in behavioral healthcare.

Foundations Events would like to invite you to attend “Innovations in Recovery,” which will be held at the prestigious Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, Calif., in April of 2016.

Innovations in Recovery is about everything new in behavioral healthcare. Focusing on the latest developments and concerns that are important to you, this conference tackles some critical touchpoints: ethics, community stigmatization, long-term care planning, new and alternative approaches to treatment, co-occurring disorders and specialty populations. The way we address these issues is fundamental for patients, their families and our society as a whole. Innovations in Recovery is a collaboration of the best and brightest in behavioral healthcare, and it places you on the leading edge of life-saving and effective practices as our industry moves forward into the future.

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Tracks at Innovations in Recovery

Emerging issues to holistic treatment.

Advances in behavioral healthcare (CBT, DBT, EMDR, brain scans, etc.)


Process addictions and co-occurring disorders (eating disorders, sex addiction, trauma, etc.)


Recovery support services (interventions, sober escorts, case management)


Holistic and alternative treatments


Specialty populations (adolescents, seniors, LGBTQ, professionals, etc.)


Emerging issues in behavioral healthcare (new drugs, community stigma, zoning issues, ethical concerns, etc.)

Iconic San Diego…that’s how we do IIR!

  • Provide strategies and best practices for treating substance use disorders, mental health disorders, process addictions, traumatic history and unwilling populations
  • Identify case-specific strategies for providing successful continuous care planning
  • Discuss holistic and non-traditional treatment approaches
  • Determine best practices for treating specialty populations such as the LGBTQ community, senior citizens, adolescents and professionals
  • Define potential treatment difficulties and effective practices regarding treatment for specialty populations as well as ways to involve family members in treatment planning
  • Provide updates about new and emerging substances being abused
  • Address issues of stigmatization and community opposition toward behavioral healthcare and addiction recovery
  • Offer insight on ethical issues relating to urinalysis, billing, patient brokering and patient-to-staff and staff-to-staff relationships

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