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European Sponsorship Opportunities

  

European Sponsorship Opportunities

European Pop Up & Spotlight Events 

“FORWARD... Connecting practice with theory in the treatment of addiction; working towards our global goals in Behavioural, Mental and Emotional Health Care.”

This is the continuum theme for iCAAD 2017/18 EUROPEAN POP UPS following on from... ‘UNITY: the next generation of solving problems collaboratively 2016/2017’.


These diverse and multi-faceted conferences will be a platform where our partners and other regional hosts can share and deliver presentations on practice models and demonstrate resources and outcomes on current advancements that relate to the treatment of addictions; mental health global integration; intervention and relapse prevention.

These conferences will also look at how addiction can manifest in very distinct groups such as youth and LGBTQ+ communities; its direct impact on Behavioural, Emotional and Mental Health, from where it originates; and as the therapeutic field moves towards long-term recovery goals, we will be exploring the benefits of therapeutic and holistic treatment methods, from healing childhood trauma to nourishing the whole self.

Each conference will be unique and autonomous in the way it deals with its subject matter, though at the same time, each will work collaboratively towards our global goal of uniting to find best practices and solutions.

Join iCAAD for our European POP-UPS & SPOTLIGHT events as one of our 

annual Global Partners.

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Today iCAAD boasts a reach that spans around the world and our reputation is rising across the globe.

By joining us as a Global Partner you will be accessing a network which is continually growing and attracting advanced thinkers on Behavioural Mental and Emotional Health issues with a spotlight on addiction treatment and mental wellbeing.

The Theme for the 2017/2018 European POP UPS and SPOTLIGHT events is:

“FORWARD... Connecting practice with theory in the treatment of addiction; working towards our global goals in Behavioural, Mental and Emotional Health Care.”

This theme follows on from our extremely successful 2016/2017 approach ‘UNITY: the next generation of solving problems collaboratively’.

This investment opportunity gives you, as partners, tremendous year-long visibility throughout the industry across all marketing resources both in Europe and the States.

Highlight Benefits include:

  • Regional specialist database bespoke to your target needs • Full e-marketing – e-blasts & website
  • Event materials, programmes, AV visuals
  • Branding on AV post presentations online
  • Event bag inserts • Event signage

 

As a Global partner your role as a host is crucial in order for us to develop a stable and steadfast relationship with our participating countries. Your visibility as a host is paramount to us, we will deliver a regional programme schedule with presenters from each country that iCAAD visits, which distinctly underpins this tour and each conference as a truly international collaboration.

There will however be opportunities to present, and we would ask that you provide us with 2 choices of country or event where you would be keen to deliver a presentation, along with the presentation title and its content.

PLEASE JOIN US TO WORK IN PARTNERSHIP TOGETHER ON THIS COLLABORATIVE TOUR.

Contact sam@icaadevents.com for further information. 

Upcoming European Pop Up and Spotlight Events 

As an Annual Global Partner your organisation will be hosting this international network of events whose audiences are continually growing and attracting advanced thinkers, whilst breaking down boarders on Behavioural, Mental and Emotional Health issues. Your contribution will guarantee lead generating communication and knowledge sharing in Belgium, Iceland, France, Italy, Sweden, Turkey and the UK. 

Brussels 12th October 2017 

A one-day conference followed by a conversational dinner.

Thursday 12th October 2017

Conference Space at Callens Café - 10:00 to 19:30

Following iCAAD Brussels in February 2017, we now return for a one-day conference followed by a conversational dinner. 

The conference will address the three following themes:

  • We will be considering how we can efficiently support clients to engage in cognitive processes to mediate behavioural change. We will be examining the implications on treatment models in the face of the prevailing diagnoses of co-morbidities.
  • Recently gambling and gaming addictions have increased significantly. We are now looking for specific answers and treatment measures to this phenomenon. This event will examine the nature of the problem, its scope and specificities. 
  • As youth is, on the whole, the most vulnerable demographic for addiction and associated disorders, we will attempt to analyse approaches used in the treatment of youth and the associated characteristics. 

 

The conference will be followed by a conversational dinner at Callens Café, inviting our delegates to further share with specialists and presenters.

Reykjavik 9th November 2017

A one-day conference on Nourishing the Whole Self - Balance, Authenticity, and Clean Living

Saturday 18th November 2017

City Central venue - 09:30 to 16:30

Iceland offers the perfect environment for a workshop on recovery and nurturing the best possible versions of ourselves. 

This event is for professionals of Behavioural, Emotional and Mental Health services as well as recovery communities. A body, mind and spirit recovery focused event that compliments the strength of the mutual aid fellowships of Iceland and the natural healing elements this powerful island boasts. 

The day will explore and deliver knowledge on: 

- Leadership from within - connection and emotional wellness.
- The role of nutrition in supporting our psychological health.
- Overcoming dysfunctional patterns and establishing a healthy relationship with self.

Stockholm 1st February 2018

This one-day conference will highlight the various models of integrated practice alongside delivering workplace solutions.

Thursday 1st February 2018 - 08:30 to 17:00

7A Odenplan, Stockholm

Collaborating together we will share international best practices. The Conference will address the following themes:

- An overview of the new brain research and its implication for treatment – Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, mindfulness, m-health tools and brain stimulation, stress reduction.

- Why a holistic approach to addiction treatment is necessary for success - ADHD and Addiction, Trauma, BME and Case studies.

- A new era in prevention and intervention – Young adults and thinking about prevention and treatment in the future – challenges and opportunities

- Work place solutions –  Evidence-based treatment and strategies to predict relapse through careful assessment and observation.

 

Dorset, UK 8th March 2018

Courageous Conversations

Thursday 8th March 2018

Milton Abbey School, Blandford -- 09:00 to 16:30

The Courageous Conversations event is to be held at the prestigious location of Milton Abbey School in November. There is no better arena to gather educators, parents, students, experts and clinicians in discussion around Behavioural, Mental and Emotional Health issues.

This event gathers educators, parents, students, experts and clinicians; connecting their voices and prompting courageous conversations around Behavioural Mental and Emotional                 Health issues.

Using a carousel format, presentations on pertinent topics will be delivered on rotation to individual groups of teachers and parents, junior and senior students, ultimately providing transparency to all in the hope of keeping these conversations alive in the workplace, classroom and at home.

Paris 13th March 2018

A one day conference followed by a panel and discussion.

Thursday 13th March

Espace Bellechasse - 10:00 to 20:00

Exploring turning points, opportunities and threats in addiction and mental health treatment within French specificities.

By exploring existing best practices and future ways to better them, the conference will address the following themes:

- Emergence of dual-diagnosis and its implications ranging from assessment to multidisciplinary ways of treatment.

- Can we treat behavioural addiction as substance addictions: the nature of the stigma and pain?

- Prevention vs repression within urban youth communities.

- Multi-ethnical approaches of care within a culturally diverse society.

- Panel and discussion: future goals for addiction treatment in France; ways and means; specificities and similarities with other European models.

Rome 13th April 2018

A one day conference and master-classes.

Friday 13th April 2018

Roma Eventi Piazza della Pilotta - 9:00 to 20:00

The conference will address the following themes, exploring Italian-based theoretical models and specifcities leading to best culturally integrated practices:

- Development of psychological approaches to mental health and addiction in Italy

- Specificities of Italian family-based culture in addiction treatment. Analyzing opportunities and the hurdles needing to be overcome.

- Breaking denial about addiction within strong cultural beliefs. A daily goal in therapies and interventions

- The gambling epidemic, a state or a trait?

- Abstinence vs harm-reduction in day care treatment.

- Problematic choices in implementation.

- Global mental health approach: moving from fractal assessment and treatment to a globally unified realistic and economically viable approach that deals with healing as opposed to                 simple management.

Istanbul 16th April 2018

A one day conference

Monday 16th April 2018 

Barış Manço Cultural Center - 10:00 to 20:00

iCAAD presents an interactive day of shared experience and knowledge. Engage in the discovery, training and problem solving within the treatment of trauma and addiction related issues in Turkey, focusing on its ever growing refugee population.

This conference will gather a carefully selected group of local and international speakers, who will explore:


- The social context of the problem: What are the pressing needs, resources and specialised training needed on the ground?

- Effective practices when working with clients within the refugee population and demonstrating outcomes.

- The current addiction treatment options for Turkish people and refugees.

Download Sponsorship Pack

Join iCAAD for its European POP-UPS and SPOTLIGHT events as one of our annual Global Partners.

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE

Today iCAAD boasts a reach that spans around the world and our reputation is rising across the globe.

By joining us as a Global Partner you will be accessing a network which is continually growing and attracting advanced thinkers on Behavioural Mental and Emotional Health issues with a spotlight on addiction treatment and mental wellbeing.

The Theme for the 2017/2018 European POP UPS and SPOTLIGHT events is:

“FORWARD... Connecting practice with theory in the treatment of addiction; working towards our global goals in Behavioural, Mental and Emotional Health Care.”

This theme follows on from our extremely successful 2016/2017 approach ‘UNITY: the next generation of solving problems collaboratively’.

As a Global Partner, we are asking you to commit to a nancial contribution of

£1,750 PER MONTH OVER 10 MONTHS.

For this commitment, you will become one of eight partners. This integrated opportunity gives you, as partners, tremendous year-long visibility throughout the industry across all marketing resources both in Europe and the States.

Highlight Benefits include:

• Regional specialist database bespoke to your target needs • Full e-marketing – e-blasts & website
• Event materials, programmes, AV visuals
• Branding on AV post presentations online

• Event bag inserts • Event signage

As a Global partner your role as a host is crucial in order for us to develop a stable and steadfast relationship with our participating countries. Your visibility as a host is paramount to us, we will deliver a regional programme schedule with presenters from each country that iCAAD visits, which distinctly underpins this tour and each conference as a truly international collaboration.

There will however be opportunities to present, and we would ask that you provide us with 2 choices of country or event where you would be keen to deliver a presentation, along with the presentation title and its content.

PLEASE JOIN US TO WORK IN PARTNERSHIP TOGETHER ON THIS COLLABORATIVE TOUR.

European 2017/2018 Sponsors

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  • It’s very good to open up discussion between people from different countries on these important issues… We need to educate ourselves, we need to inform ourselves and we need to communicate openly and helpfully with the young people that we parent and that we work with.
    Dr Jon Goldin
    Lead Psychiatrist, Department of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Great Ormond Street Hospital
  • I think it’s the transatlantic and pan european nature of iCAAD now that appeals. And the way that the organisers go to great lengths to cover so many disparate and diverse aspects of the addiction field.
    Alistair Mordey
    Co Founder - The Cabin Group
  • There are several talks about catastrophic trauma, resilience in families and human trafficking. I think that iCAAD is really setting the standard in what needs to be discussed globally.
    Heather Hayes
    CEO - Heather Hayes & Associates
  • Huge congratulations, to pull the community together, so many great talks thank you.
    Fiona Arrigo
    CEO - The Arrigo Programme
  • Thank you to the whole team for a wonderful conference and the beautiful work, energy and space you created. We are so happy we came.
    Patty Baret
    CEO - Connections in Recovery
  • You did an outstanding job and we thoroughly enjoyed being part of this year’s conference!
    Helle Steinicke Asquith
    Kingsley Napley LLP
  • iCAAD has created an atmosphere of collaboration for professionals from around the world to come and have open, honest, difficult and meaningful discussions.
    Holly Ryan
    Heather Hayes & Associates
  • I think it’s great being here at iCAAD. This is the second time I’ve come and the audiences are always fabulous and the rooms are always packed out and the discussions are great and the questions fantastic. It’s an absolutely fabulous conference.
    Professor David Nutt
  • There are so many different things available, so it’s not just one size fits all addiction treatment.
    Maren A Masino
    Lead Therapist - Khiron House
  • If the goal is for iCAAD to be an international centre for excellence then I think that’s been achieved.
    Dr Cosmo Duff-Gordon
    CEO - Start2Stop
  • The event has been fantastic the team have really outdone yourselves on this one! We of #TrioraUK are so proud to be part of the #iCAAD family. Thanks a million.
    Kevin Römer
    Triora

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