Willingway Supports C.O.R.E. Conference as a Founding Patron - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Willingway Supports C.O.R.E. Conference as a Founding Patron


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The C.O.R.E. conference is an opportunity for addiction professionals to advance their understanding of abstinence-based recovery principles & practices.

Amelia Island, FL (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

The 2nd Annual Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience (C.O.R.E.), a C4 Recovery Solutions event is set to take place July 20-23rd, 2014 at Amelia Island, FL. The conference is structured as a forum to increase the collective understanding of recovery processes with the goal of improving outcomes by better integrating abstinence-based practices and Twelve-Step principles into therapeutic initiatives. The overall focus of this conference encompasses the core beliefs of Willingway's treatment philosophy.

This premier addiction conference is dedicated to continuing education and networking, combining workshops and seminars on timely industry topics with an unmatched showcase of the industry's products, services, and facilities. The C.O.R.E. conference attracts attendees such as physicians, nurses, psychologists, private practitioners, social workers, professional counselors, chemical dependency counselors, marriage and family therapists, rehabilitation counselors, alcoholism and drug abuse counselors, and more.

In addition to supporting the C.O.R.E. conference as a Founding Patron, Willingway is honored to sponsor Medical Director, Dr. Shawn Williams, and Board of Trustee Member, Carol Lind Mooney, as speakers on the conference faculty agenda. Dr. Williams will be presenting about Spirituality and Addiction Recovery. Carol Lind Mooney will be featured as the Recovery Speaker and will be sharing her experience, strength, and hope with conference attendees.

About Willingway:
Over the past 40 years, Willingway, located just outside historic Savannah, Georgia, has helped more than 20,000 patients recover from alcohol and drug dependency.

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