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NAADAC presentation 2015

Previous speaking engagements:

2016      "Caregiver Support" -- staff training. Norfolk, VA

2015       “Treatment of the Relapse Process using Mindfulness and Meditation as Viable Techniques" -- National Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors; annual national conference. Bethesda, MD

2014       "I’m a Supervisor but Who Am I Really: a Psycho-Spiritual Approach to Supervision as a Tool to Assist the Supervisor" --  National Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors; annual conference.  Seattle, WA.

2014       "A Holistic Approach to Coping with Professional Stress Reactions in Addiction Professionals" -- Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling: Focus on the Future.  Vancouver, WA.

2013       "A Holistic Approach to Coping with Professional Stress Reactions in Addiction Professionals" -- NAADAC Annual Conference: Connecting the Profession: Building a Healthier Future.  Atlanta, GA.

2013       “Paradigm Shift: healthy strategies for dealing with industrial change” – Mid-Atlantic Behavior Health Conference: Ideas in Action.  Annapolis, MD.  

2010       “Federal Confidentiality & HIE Implementation” – Sequest National TIER Exchange conference.  Chicago, IL.  

2010       “Supervision & Burnout: Who am I really?”  --  MADC Annual Conference: Building the Future Together. Ocean City, MD.  

2009       “Co-occurring Disorders: the chicken or the egg?” – a live national webinar sponsored by the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children.  

2009       “Relapse: the domino effect”  --  Johns Hopkins Hospital staff presentation;  Baltimore, MD.  

2009       “A Supervisor: but who am I really?”  --  Alcohol & Substance Abuse Summit;  Bismarck, ND.  

2008       “Supervision Success: but who’s supervising who?”  --  Alcohol & Substance Abuse Summit: Prevention, Treatment and Recovery: Understanding Challenges and Celebrating Successes;  Mandan, ND.  

2008       “Advances in Clinical Care for Patients with Alcohol Dependence” – Neuroscience CME TV, live satellite broadcast.  Co-presenter:  Dr. Michael Carlton, MD & Dr. Rob Conley, MD.  Live from studios in Washington, DC.  Produced:  CME Outfitters, LLC. 

2007       “Improving the Continuum of Care in Alcohol Dependence: Latest Evidence for Counselors & Clinicians”  -- Grand Rounds Series, sponsored by CME Outfitters, LLC.  Co-presenter:  Dr. Rob Conley, MD. (Eli Lilly & Co.).  Glass Substance Abuse Programs; Baltimore, MD.  

2007       “Improving the Continuum of Care in Alcohol Dependence: Latest Evidence for Counselors & Clinicians” -- Grand Rounds Series, sponsored by CME Outfitters, LLC.  Co-presenter:  Dr. Mark Publicker, MD.  Mercy Recovery Center;  Westbrook, ME.  

2007       “Improving the Continuum of Care in Alcohol Dependence: Latest Evidence for Counselors & Clinicians” -- Grand Rounds Series, sponsored by CME Outfitters, LLC.  Co-presenter:  Dr. Kyle Kampman, MD.  (University of PA).  Trattoria Dopo Teatro;  New York, NY.   

2007       “Panel Discussion on Substance Abuse”  --  Department of Family Studies & Community Development; Towson University, Towson, MD.  

2007       “Improving the Continuum of Care in Alcohol Dependence: Latest Evidence for Counselors & Clinicians” -- Grand Rounds Series, sponsored by CME Outfitters, LLC.  Co-presenter:  Dr. Rob Conley, MD. (Eli Lilly & Co.).  Martin’s West;  Baltimore, MD. 

2007       “Spirituality, Twelve Steps & Integrated Treatment”  --  Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ.

2006       “Addiction:  an overview for insight and ministry”  --  Fall Workshop for seminarians;  St. Mary’s Seminary & University; Baltimore, MD.  

2006       “In-patient Addictions Treatment:  a conceptual overview” – Summer Institute of Alcohol & Drug Studies; Catholic University of America School of Social Service, held in Columbia, MD.   

2006      “Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for those in Early Recovery”  --  Delaware EAPA,  DuPont, Wilmington, DE.  

2005      “Case Studies in Addiction Counseling” – National Conference on Addictions sponsored by Fr. Martin’s Ashley.  Baltimore MD.  

2005      “CBT Techniques for Relapse Prevention” – Sobriety Enrichment Program, Fr. Martin’s Ashley, Havre de Grace, MD.  

2005      training of clinical staff of Homecomings, Bel Air, MD.  “Crisis Counseling Skills”.  

2004      on-going training of clinical staff of Helping Up Mission on the skills of CBT as it relates to substance abuse 

1999       “Impact of Addiction Counseling on Prison Security Staff” - Security officers Dismas House of Baltimore.  Approved for 6 clock hours by Maryland Police & Correctional Training Academy

1999       “Introduction to Addiction Counseling” - Clinical Staff Dismas House of Baltimore.   Approved for 6 clock hours by Maryland  Police & Correctional Training Academy

1998       “Impact of Addiction Counseling on Prison Security Staff” - Security officers Dismas House of Baltimore. Approved for 6 clock hours by Maryland Police & Correctional Training Academy

1998       “Introduction to Addiction Counseling” - Clinical Staff Dismas House of Baltimore.   Approved for 6 clock hours by Maryland  Police & Correctional Training Academy

1997       “Ministry to Those Suffering” - Adult Education St. Joseph Cupertino Friary, Ellicott City, MD.   Approved by the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore for 2 CEU’s

1997       “12 Step Spirituality” - Adult Education St. Joseph Cupertino Friary, Ellicott City, MD.   Approved by the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore for 2 CEU’s

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