For us to remain effective catalysts for change, we must be anchored in our most valuable relationships. With over fifteen years of working alongside thousands of mental health and addiction professionals, a common theme continues to surface. A healthy outlet for hard truth about who we are and who we are becoming remains elusive and is not effectively built into our lives and strategies for working with clients or staff. Miles will explore the costs associated with not only speaking up but also showing up, including how to navigate healthy and difficult conversations with our clients as well as in the work place. From the private practice office to treatment, the social environments we create contribute just as much to the healing process as they contributed to the suffering. The ANCHOR model will be explored as an effective means to improving client outcomes and our quality of life.
All Onsite Alumni are invited to attend ICAAD on 2nd May for free. Please register to reserve your space.