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March 6, 2018 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Recent studies have shown that 37% of people with alcohol use disorder and 53% of people with substance use disorder also face mental illness.  Those in that percentile suffer from what we call “co-occurring disorders.”  It is clear, then, that those working in the substance abuse field must adapt to treat both substance use disorders and mental illness in order to provide the best possible pathway to recovery for those suffering from co-occurring disorders.  Because of the prevalence of co-occurring disorders, this is a conversation imperative to all who face addiction—from professionals, to families, to those in recovery. In this presentation, Dr. Crone will address the complexity and necessity of treating substance abuse issues and mental illness simultaneously.

Date:

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Time:

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Place:

Victory Bay Recovery Center
1395 Chews Landing Road, Laurel Springs, NJ 08021

Presenter:

Dr. David Crone, Psy. D.

Dr. David Crone, Psy. D., started as a staff psychologist in 2015. He brought over 15 years of experience in treating substance-use disorders and trauma. He received extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and his therapy specialties include Prolonged Imaginal Exposure and Cognitive Reprocessing Therapy. Prior to joining Ashley, he devoted much time to treating PTSD in active duty military at Dover Air Force Base. David did his undergraduate work at Salisbury University and his post-graduate work at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

 

In Partnership with       Victory Bay Recovery Center

This is a FREE event and open to everyone.

For more information go to AshleyTreatment.org/SOR, or contact Alumni Services at 410.273.2276, alumni@ashleytreatment.org.

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