Austin Addiction Conference Dr Louise Stanger Interventionist Speaker Announced

Dr Louise Stanger has been announced as a speaker at a mental health and addiction conference. Breaking the Silence: Shame, Trauma, and Addition will be held May 16th to May 19th, 2017 in Austin, Texas.

West Hollywood, United States - April 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

It has been announced that Dr Louise Stanger will be a featured speaker at an upcoming conference called Breaking the Silence: Shame, Trauma, and Addiction. The conference will be held in Austin, Texas from May 16 to 19th, 2017.

For more information please visit: http://allaboutinterventions.com.

Dr Stanger is a speaker, educator, clinician and interventionist and explains that she has made it her life’s work to make a difference in the lives of families who are facing crisis. She has developed and honed her invitational method of mental health and substance abuse interventions and gets to the root of the matter when helping families, friends and business associates with loved ones experiencing these problems.

It has recently been announced that Dr Stanger will be appearing as a speaker at a conference held in Austin, Texas. Breaking the Silence: Shame, Trauma, and Addiction is being held by The Summit for Clinical Excellence and features experts discussing the concepts of shame, trauma and addiction and exploring ways that treatment methodologies can be used to improve the lives of patients and communities.

The conference is ideal for professionals in the fields of mental health and addiction such as therapists, counselors, psychologists, addiction professionals, social workers, psychotherapists and others who are interested in trauma and shame issues.

Dr Stanger has recently receive the Spirit of Recovery Award for her years of work and dedication in the area of intervention and recovery. The San Diego Business Journal also lister her as one of the top ten “Women who Mean Business” with her being named in the top 10 of interventionists in the country.

As a published author, Dr Stanger has had her work featured in the Huffington Post, Journal of Alcohol Studies, Recovery View, Sober Way and various other magazines and academic publications.

Those wishing to know more about Dr Stanger and her work can visit her website on the link provided above. More information about the conference can be found here: https://vendome.swoogo.com/shame-trauma-addiction-austin/home.

Contact Info:
Name: Louise Stanger
Organization: All About Interventions
Address: 8581 Santa Monica Blvd. Suite 585, West Hollywood, CA 90069, United States

For more information, please visit http://allaboutinterventions.com

Source: PressCable

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