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Our London 2018 events was unique gathering of people, knowledge and passion - and the common goal of improving  the prevention and treatment of  Behavioural, Emotional and Mental Heath and promoting wellbeing. We are so grateful that over 1000 of you attended making this the biggest and best yet. 

iCAAD London 2018 Full Program 

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Among many other interwoven themes, in the midst of the opiate epidemic we’ll be exploring alternatives to chronic pain management, discussing policy change with the most influential action groups in the country and highlighting solutions and innovations to promote better detection, intervention and treatment of opioid addiction, and the potential that criminal justice diversion has to aid the process.

We’ll be examining issues from substance misuse to behavioural compulsions ranging from excessive screen watching, gaming and social media, to boundaries and labelling within sex and lifestyle choices as well as how to work affirmatively with GSRD individuals.  We will also be addressing attachment obsessions, and the importance of including families in the treatment of substance use disorders in individuals.

Continuing our pledge to include humanitarian issues at all our conferences; this year we are addressing modern slavery, human trafficking, and possible resolution from natural or man made catastrophic trauma. We’ll also be looking at addiction and abuse in special populations and those with traumatic brain injury and intellectual disabilities.

We’ll be considering 12 Step recovery in today’s context - where we are with its facilitation in practices and treatment centres. Is the Minnesota model still relevant? How we got here - the history and evolution of Alcoholics Anonymous, the spiritual solution in a modern society, and how emotional sobriety and wellbeing are crucial parts of the process.

The portrayal of mental health professionals and addiction in the movies will feature and we will be holding a mini Recovery Street Film Festival and screening “The Circle,” a film about how a combination of yoga and 12 Step recovery is being used to help addicted street children in India.

We’ll be looking at music therapy, sensory motor psychotherapy, working with addicted artists and musicians. We will study somatic therapy, dealing with compassion fatigue, using decisional analysis in business, the principles of ethics and economics, and understanding gender issues in treatment settings, as well as the ever important role of recovery coaching in bridging the gap between treatment and life.

We are always striving to be the best and happiest possible versions of ourselves and so we will be examining Spirituality and Wellbeing along with Emotional Intelligence and Leadership to see how best we can continue achieving this goal.

We’ll be looking at addiction in the workplace and the impact of digital innovation on individual sole traders and clinical practices – what it’s like being digital citizens in the age of digital revolution, and the positive and negative effects of social media on adolescents.

Throughout the event, between the enlightening, educational, harrowing, touching and motivating presentations, panels and workshops,  we will connect, re-connect and form new bonds,  furthering advancement in the fields of behavioural, emotional and mental health. Don’t miss this significant opportunity to be part of our global mission to unite experts across borders in this exceptional conference.

These are just a few hand picked highlights. To view the 3 day, 50+ presentation schedule for full details on all that is available, please click here.

We very much hope you will choose to join us at iCAAD London 2018! 

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Testimonial 2

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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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