Posted on July 16, 2017 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Amelia Island, FL | July 16th – 19th, 2017
The CORE conference highlights the critical importance of 12-Step processes and abstinence-based recovery and presents new options for productively integrating useful clinical tools into a larger recovery-oriented treatment culture.
Origins Behavioral HealthCare is proud to be a founding patron of this annual conference. We are also pleased to announce that members of Team Origins will be presenting at two workshops, as well as serving as a panel speaker for Tuesday evening’s plenary. See below for a schedule of these events.
PsychoNeuroPlasticity and Addiction Recovery
Origins’ renowned PsychoNeuroPlasticity team, Dr. Barbara S. Peavey and Laura Martinez, LCDCI
Monday, 10:45A – 12:15P
Level of Instruction: Introductory/Intermediate
Principles and practices of psychoneuroplasticity in addiction treatment will be explained. Intentionally adding dimensions of brain health will be explained, as well methods of brain training to help heal, enliven, and direct the brain will be covered.
Business Development/Service & Support – Accountability, Transparency, and Integrity: A Business Development Solution-Focused Panel
Featuring Origins’ VP of Professional Relations, Rick Hubbard alongside Ruth Ann Rigby
Monday, 2:00 – 5:45P
Level of Instruction: Intermediate/Advanced
This workshop will cover a broad range of responsibilities and knowledge needed to be successful Business Development professional while maintaining integrity the addiction treatment industry. Significant attention will be spent considering the ethical responsibilities inherent to the field as well as practices outside of the norm. We will discuss key driving principles including: Evolution and status of the addiction treatment industry; Statistics; Trends and goals of treatment; Business Development’s strategic role in the continuum of care; Funding, Reimbursement and Incentives; Best Practices; Ethical guidelines and responsibilities; and Codes of Conduct. Small group discussions will also be part of the experiential nature of the Program.
Recovery is Cheap, Relapse is Expensive: Reducing Behavioral Healthcare Costs in Emerging Adult Populations
Featuring Origins Recovery Centers’ Chief Medical Officer, Alex Kudisch, MD, DFAPA alongside Andrew Burki, Tim Rabolt, and Frank Jones
Tuesday, 6:00 – 7:30P
Level of Instruction: All
We find ourselves facing an unprecedented challenge in the history of modern substance use disorder treatment. The efficacy and value of clinical care are under widespread attack. This panel will discuss root causes for the current landscape and present viable solutions to the systemic issues facing clients, their families, insurance providers, and treatment professionals. As part of the discussion we will review improving best practice through the establishment of recovery capitol in conjunction with clinical and outpatient services; discuss the utilization of medication assisted treatment in abstinence based clinical models, and develop a macro level understanding of the relationship between behavioral healthcare costs and the efficacy of treatment episodes.