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IC&RC Announces 2011 Conference Details

IC&RC has released more detailed information about “A Principled Practice: Ethics in Addiction Treatment and Prevention,” IC&RC’s first-ever professional training conference. 

Scheduled for October 28 & 29, 2011 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida, we are looking forward to the:

  • Friday Keynote Address by Stephen J. Morse, J.D., Ph.D. on “Neuroscience, Morality and Addiction”
  • Saturday Half-Day Workshop on “Culturally Complex Ethical Challenges” with Stephanie Murtaugh, MA, MBA, LPC, CAC, CCS, CCJP, CCDP Diplomate
  • Conference Sessions on Prevention, Clinical Supervision, Criminal Justice, Co-Occurring Disorders, and Organizational Ethics
  • Conference Schedule, including Invitation to IC&RC’s 30th Anniversary Reception 

This conference is open to all credentialed addiction and prevention professionals, individuals in the process of becoming credentialed, and behavioral health and affiliated professionals. Conference registration also includes complimentary access to IC&RC Professional Services – priced at $25 a year but valued much higher.

Register online today!

Boards Adopt New Credentials

The Board of Directors also approved new credentials for a number of boards:

  • Hawaii is adding Clinical Supervisor, Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional, Prevention Specialist, and Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Diplomate.
  • California will now offer the Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor credential.
  • Delaware took on the Prevention Specialist credential.

With these new additions, IC&RC now represents more than 50 prevention boards, indicating the rapid growth in this professional certification.