Sunrise Detox will be at the 2016 Moments of Change Conference
Sunrise Detox will be on-hand at the 2016 Moments of Change Conference at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida to answer questions about substance abuse treatment and provide their expertise to conference attendees.
This is a great opportunity for the community to learn more about addiction, substance abuse, behavioral health and current treatment options. Sunrise Detox National Marketing Director Ira Levy will be on hand, along with Outreach Coordinators Susan Vairo, Stephanie Lewis and Laura Riedlinger.
Event: 2016 Moments of Change Conference
Date: September 26th - September 29th
Time: 6:30am - 7:00pm
Location: The Breakers, 1 S. County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Sunrise Detox will have a booth at this event. Please stop by and say hello!
For more information about event speakers and the agenda, please visit their website
The Moments of Change conference spans three days and will cover a wide variety of topics. Attendees will leave with important insights into behavioral therapy and the process of treating substance abuse issues:
- Effectively identify the best methods for intervening on unwilling and resistant patients as well as strategies for encouraging cohesive family engagement.
- Utilize services for initiating, supporting and maintaining continued sobriety.
- Become familiar with new treatment modalities and scientific research being used to further the success of behavioral healthcare treatment/therapy.
- Determine the most effective approaches and methods of treatment when dealing with patients who have faced traumatic experiences.
- Determine the best treatment and care planning methods for dealing with complex individuals and diagnoses, such as process addictions, co-occurring disorders and mental health disorders.
- Explain how the most relevant topics are impacting behavioral healthcare, such as legislation, zoning, the expansion of the industry and the debate over abstinence-based treatment vs. medically-assisted treatment.
- Discuss emerging substances of abuse and effective methods for treating and controlling the use of these drugs.