4th Annual Recovery from Addiction Conference – 2015

DAY ONE – ‘Religion, Addiction and Recovery’ Launch of Special Edition of Religions

Speakers include:

  • Professor Chris Cook
  • Dr Wendy Dossett
  • Dr Suzanne Owen
  • Dr James Holt
  • Dr Kate Loewenthal
  • Dr Harshad Keval
  • Dr Mansur Ali
  • Dr Helena Chambers
  • Dr Paramabandhu Groves

Evening Public Lecture: Nov 2nd 19.00 – 21.00

Scientific & Social Aspects of Recovery – the role of Mutual Aid and Community Initiatives:

Prof John F. Kelly, Harvard Medical School & President of the Society of Addiction Psychology of the American Psychological Association.

Followed by goodnight from Fallen Angels Dance Theatre

DAY TWO – Understanding and Responding to the Characteristics and Challenges of Recovery

Speakers include:

  • Prof John Kelly
  • Prof Gabriel Segal
  • Alistair Sinclair
  • Vicky Jones
  • Mark Gilman
  • Tony Mercer
  • Megan Jones
  • Leigh Proctor
  • Annemarie Ward
  • Michaela Jones
  • Deb Drinkwater
  • Julia Mills
  • Ricky Bhandal

 

VIDEOS FROM DAY 1 OF THE CONFERENCE – 2nd November 2015

Dr Wayne Morris – Welcome

 

Prof Chris Cook & Dr Wendy Dossett



Dr Sufyan Abid (for Dr Mansur Ali)


Dr Harshad Keval


Professor Kate Loewenthal


 

Dr Suzanne Owen


Dr Paramabandhu Groves


Dr James Holt


Dr Helena Chambers


Professor Linda Mercadante

 


 

Day 1 Powerpoint Presentations

Walking in Balance: Native American Recovery Programmes – Dr Suzanne Owen

 

Buddhist Approaches to Addiction Recovery – Dr Paramabandhu Groves

 

Reconstructing Sikh Spirituality in Recovery – Dr Harshad Keval and Dr Asesha Morjaria-Keval

 

Quaker Approaches –  Dr Helena Chambers

 

Alcohol and Substance Abuse in Judaism – Prof Kate Miriam Loewenthal (Open Office Impress Document)

 

A Latter-day Saint Approach to Addiction: Aetiology, Consequences and Treatment in a Theological Context – Dr  James Holt

 

 

 

Scientific and Social Aspects of Recovery: The Roles of Mutual Aid and Community Initiatives –  Professor John F. Kelly, Ph.D.

Day 1 Public Lecture

 

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