Please join Ashley’s James Ryan and Surfside’s Ian Koch this holiday season as they talk about the changing landscape of addiction treatment for Emerging Adults. We will discuss some of the challenges faced by patients and providers especially during the holiday season.
Registration is $25 and will cover lunch and the CEU processing. This event is open to all providers.
SEATING IS LIMITED SO PLEASE REGISTER EARLY.
This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886774025-5240) for 3 continuing education contact hours.
IAN KOCH, MS LCADC CAS
Ian Koch has spent the last decade working in various aspects of addiction treatment, including addiction counseling, intensive outpatient, residential, medication assisted treatment, detox and private practice. He has also worked in sober living, provided interventions, run family programs and case management for clients.
Ian obtained a Master’s Degree in Community Mental Health from Southern New Hampshire University and a Graduate Certificate in Pastoral Care from Saint Michael’s College. He is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor in multiple states and has received his Certification as an Addiction Specialist from the American Academy of Health Care Providers.
JAMES RYAN, LCPC
James M. Ryan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and the Director of Emerging Adult Services at Ashley Addiction Treatment. He joined the Ashley clinical team a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Intern and has served in numerous clinical roles prior to taking his current position. As a counselor, he is dedicated to the holistic health of every individual. His clinical philosophy is rooted in spiritual and existential traditions with particular emphasis on the inherent human need for meaning and purpose in life. He believes that connection is the key to recovery with emphasis on three domains – self, others, and a power greater than self. As a program manager, he works with a highly-skilled, multidisciplinary team to assist young people in finding their path to recovery and an independent, high quality of life.