NAADAC in Washington, DC: Conflict Resolution for Recovery

September 5-7, 2018

Join NAADAC's Executive Director, Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, NCAC II, CDC III, SAP for a two-day training on Romancing the Brain: Conflict Resolution for Recovery. Earn 14 CEs!

Do you want to learn how to provide Conflict Resolution for Recovery training to other qualified individuals? Join Cynthia Moreno Tuohy for the full-day Train the Trainer training on September 7, 2018. Registrants must complete the two-day Romancing the Brain: Conflict Resolution for Recovery training to be eligible for the Train the Trainer training. Earn an additional 7 CES!

Train the Trainer attendees must bring a laptop and a CRR Training Kit to the training.  

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Cost: 

  Member Non-Member
3 Day (CRR Training + Train the Trainer) with Training Kit $475 $525
3 Day (CRR Training + Train the Trainer) $375 $425
2 Day (CRR Training) $275 $325
1 Day (Train the Trainer Only) $125 $175


Venue:
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at National Harbor
201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745
Discounted room rate: $199 + Resort Fee
The prevailing resort fee at time of check in (currently $22.00 per night) will be added to your guest room rate. This fee will cover several amenities, including bus transportation to a number of locations throughout National Harbor, a daily credit of $10 for dry cleaning, limited local and domestic long distance telephone calls, high-speed internet access, daily newspaper available at Key Provisions, two bottles of Aquafina water per room per day, Fitness Center access & pool, and a coupon book with a valued savings of over $100.

Romancing the Brain: Conflict Resolution for Recovery

With funding from NIDA, Cynthia Moreno Tuohy and Danya International developed and evaluated a multi-component, multi-media tool for use by addiction and other helping professionals to assist adults and youth improve their life traumas and conflict through skills that are an intensive set of psycho-emotional-social-spiritual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) treatments. The goals of these treatments are to understand the processes in the limbic and frontal cortex and how to develop self-regulation by building new neuropathways. Information is based in brain research and CBT treatments that have been effective for treatment and recovery. Other techniques are employed that unify the principles of social learning and emotional intelligence theory. This program affects behavioral learning with emotional development and maturity that results in long-term changes in the brain and behavior.

Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, NCAC II, CDC III, SAP, is the Executive Director of NAADAC. She previously served as the Project Director of Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center and as the Program Director for Volunteers of America Western Washington. She has been the administrator of multi-county, publicly-funded alcohol/drug prevention/intervention/treatment centers. She has been an international, national and state trainer for over 25 years in a variety of topics. She has also served as President of NAADAC and has worked as a curriculum writer. Her book, Rein in Your Brain: from Impulsivity to Thoughtful Living in Recovery, was released in May 2014 by Hazelden Publishers. Moreno Tuohy holds a bachelor’s degree in social work and advanced studies degrees in social work and public administration.
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