All Kinds of News for May 10, 2017
After an overwhelmingly successful first conference, Phoenix Outdoor at SUWS of the Carolinas is excited to invite proposal submissions for the 2nd Expanding Recovery for Young People Conference and Wellness Retreat. Last August a diverse group of individuals, including therapists, educational consultants, authors and interventionists, presented on major themes, trends and issues impacting young people in recovery. The working theme for this year’s conference is Continuing the Conversation, wherein we invite cutting-edge proposals that will address the options, needs and future of recovery treatment for young people.
Join us September 6th-8th for three days of education, self-care and personal growth, as we explore the expanding options for young people in recovery. Hosted on the scenic campus of Camp Kanuga near Hendersonville, NC, we are proud to continue this conference with key-note speakers Kristina Wandzilak and her mother Constance Curry.
Kristina Wandzilak, CAS, CIP is the Founder of Full Circle Intervention, Full Circle Intensive Outpatient and Full Circle living. She has been a leader in the addictions industry since 1995, and co-authored "The Lost Years" with her mother, Constance Curry. Their story of healing and hope will be accompanied with breakout sessions and presentations from nationally recognized leaders to provide participants with CEU's. Experience daily yoga and meditation, biofeedback stations, nature hikes, speaker panels and much more.
10.5 CEU/Clock hours provided for full conference participation.
Please email Kelly Dunbar for more information on how to register or submit presentation proposals: firstname.lastname@example.org
About SUWS of the CarolinasSUWS of the Carolinas is a licensed, CARF International-accredited mental health facility, committed to helping families rediscover their strengths and fostering growth for young people. Operating in the Pisgah National Forest under permit from the National Forest Service, SUWS delivers wilderness based therapeutic interventions for 10-17 year old boys and girls with compassion and excellence.