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Welcome! Join us for Recovery Plus & Interventions Plus: cost-effective, enjoyable ‘crash course’ training in how to save and enhance lives – while also discovering supportive, helpful colleagues. In response to demand, the 3rd Recovery Plus conference on how to help people recover from addictive substances and behaviours is dedicated to both experts (hello again!) and those who increasingly often in the course of their work come face to face with people who have alcohol and drug problems, but who are not specifically trained to handle them. It is hugely rewarding to witness experts and those thirsting for knowledge meet up with each other and forge long-term professional relationships which are mutually supportive and help vulnerable people in our care. For families, for therapists seeking a second career, for rehab admissions staff who feel helpless when they receive desperate calls for help, and for interventionists who want to prove their credentials, family intervention workshops will take place on 21 May. In the course of your work, do you increasingly encounter patients/clients with alcohol or drug problems or addictive behaviours? Are you confident that you are doing the best for them – and yourself, that you are following best practice? If your answers are “yes”, “no” and “no”, then this intense fully-rounded ‘crash course’ in how to recover from addiction is for you. You will meet more people and learn more at Recovery Plus than you could from months of research. Truly, you can save time, save lives... The day is packed, to make the most of your time. We will also give you documentation to refer back to. Conferences are what you make of them. Conversations can be more valuable than the sessions, no matter how excellent. So, to nurture networking and help you forge contacts useful for your work, we are limiting Recovery Plus to one stream of trainer presentations, so that delegates are seated with each other for most of the day and naturally share their experiences. As well as meeting potential colleagues and old friends, take a social wander round the exhibitor stands at Recovery Plus. These offer opportunities to chat with the companies involved as well as with fellow attendees interested in what they offer. Lunch prepared by Hilton chefs will also be in the iconic Palm Court, which offers more opportunities to meet people. If you find that one of the topics is of particular interest and wish to learn more, we will source or organise dedicated workshops. We will also publish a journal on the Recovery Plus conference that you can use as a handy reference in your professional library. So... Gain ‘gold standard’ internationally-recognised CEUs & attendance certificates… Be confident in handling clients with complex needs… Prevent relapse... Know when to refer and who you can safely refer to… Create a support network… Meet new colleagues and old friends! For more details, to book onlline or organise accommodation, go to www.recoveryplusdb.com. R+ programme preview: due to life, changes might occur – updates at recoveryplusdb.com


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