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Turning Points: Incorporating Ritual in Addiction Recovery

 


Original Broadcast Date:      April 18, 2018 @ 3 PM EST

 

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Treating addiction is not merely clinical — there are matters of heart which challenge even the most skilled treatment providers to address. This workshop assists clinicians in shaping patient-centered rituals to effect change and enhance motivation and meaning. Ritual opportunities are identified and various examples are given to illustrate the variety of ways patients, families, groups, and communities mark stages, passages, and recovery milestones. Concerns are identified that relate to patient background and preferences – not every ritual suits every need. Finally, a general outline of ritual form and varied examples of ritual content serve as a foundational “how-to” resource for clinicians and patients who seek to enact movement in their recovery through ritual experience.

 

Jack Abel, MDiv, MBA

Rev. Jack Abel, MDiv, MBA is Senior Director of Spiritual Care for Caron Treatment Centers. In this role, he leads Caron’s integrated spiritual care team and speaks for Caron on spirituality in addiction and other behavioral health care. Co-founder and current president of Spiritual Care Addiction Treatment Professionals, Rev. Jack also serves as CFO of the Center for Spiritual Care and Pastoral Formation. He is an ordained minister in good standing in the United Church of Christ and a summa cum laude graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary. Jack also pursued advanced studies at Catholic University and The New Seminary, and previously served as an endorsed substance abuse chaplain and pastor in the United Methodist Church. He is the principal presider for Caron’s weekly Chapel Service. He is also a member in good standing of the North American Academy of Liturgy and A World Alliance of Interfaith Clergy.

 

Building and Growing a Treatment Brand Online

 


Original Broadcast Date:      March 15, 2018 @ 1 PM EST

 

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Your organization’s brand exists whether you think so or not. In a crowded market like Behavioral Healthcare, a robust brand platform and an integrated online strategy are your ultimate competitive advantages within the internet’s unique marketing opportunities. This webinar will focus on intentionally crafting your brand’s personality, values, and identity to help you to create more cohesive and impactful marketing materials and campaigns.

 

Alexander Diner

Alexander is a designer and brand strategist based in Denver, Colorado. He has worked with many companies across a broad spectrum of industries to use design-thinking and branding to achieve critical business goals. Today, he operates a small design studio and consultancy called Shapemaker, focused solely on helping founders and executives to use design to achieve growth and success in their organizations.

 
 

Dogukan Ozgen, MA

Dogukan has worked in the education and behavioral healthcare sectors for over 7 years, focusing primarily on business development, marketing and digital growth. In his leaderships roles, Dogukan has been responsible for building training programs from start-up to operational oversight for more than 50,000 participants per year in 6 different European and Middle Eastern countries. He has also executed digital and overseas operations for international treatment centers and education communities. Dogukan holds a BA and MA in Economics and is currently a PhD candidate in Istanbul University.

 

Organizational Health: Growing Sustainable Culture for Behavioral Treatment Providers

 

With rapidly changing conditions of the behavioral health business landscape, the greatest asset of any organization is often prioritized the least: Organizational Health. This presentation will offer perspective into the historical landscape of organizational health challenges from the providers’ perspective. We will examine common organizational behaviors, habits, and responses to systemic health challenges exhibited by treatment providers, and explore solution-oriented approaches to growing a sustainable culture of progressive organizational health.


Original Broadcast Date:      February 15, 2018 @ 1 PM EST

 

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Jonathan De Carlo, CAC III

Jonathan De Carlo, CAC III, is the CEO of C4 Consulting, a firm focused on the business of mental health and addiction treatment organizations. C4 Consulting helps clients improve financial performance, enhance competitive positions, and achieve the most productive organizational alignment among staff, management, and board members. He also serves as the Director of Operations at Recovery 360°, providing psychosocial rehabilitation, individual, group, marriage, and family therapy the Colorado Front Range area. Jonathan is a board member of the Colorado Association of Addiction Professionals (CAAP), serves on the board of directors for the Stout Street Foundation. He is a Helping Men Recover Certified Trainer with Griffin Recovery Enterprises. Over the past 20 years in behavioral health services, Jonathan has specialized in providing increased efficacy in numerous organizations, driving business growth and service integrity.