The 46th Annual Advanced International Winter Symposium is an exciting and fun educational experience held in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Each year this internationally recognized Symposium brings together a distinguished faculty to address the issues of treatment, recovery, and research in the addictions, mental health, and behavioral health fields. Over 1,300 participants attended the 2019 meetings and expo. The Symposium provides intensive, advanced clinical training as well as focused interaction between faculty and participants. The skill-building and learning experiences that our faculty provides to attendees each year are truly exceptional.
Earn up to 28 CEs!
The purpose of the 46th Annual Winter Symposium includes improving health professional attendee's evidence-based diagnostic/assessment, treatment, knowledge, and practice skills specific to reducing and/or eliminating health care provider care gaps and facilitating integrative care related to a broad spectrum of addictive disorders, behavioral health, and mental disorders.
Attend the Special Pre-Symposium CRR Training with NAADAC's Executive Director
NAADAC Executive Director Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, BSW, NCAC II, CDC III, SAP, will be presenting a special three day Romancing the Brain: Conflict Resolution for Recovery (CRR) training at the 46th Annual Advanced International Winter Symposium: Addictive Disorders, Behavioral Health and Mental Health taking place at the Hotel Elegante Conference & Events Center in Colorado Springs, CO on Saturday, January 25 - Wednesday, January 29, 2020.
Learn how to provide Conflict Resolution for Recovery training to other qualified individuals through the full-day Train the Trainer training following the two-day CRR training. Registrants must complete the two-day Romancing the Brain: Conflict Resolution for Recovery training to be eligible for the Train the Trainer training.