Thursday, March 4, 2010

Holistic Treatment Conference: Changing the way we look at recovery

April 28-30 2010
Las Vegas, Nevada

Holistic Treatment: Changing the way we look at recovery
Foods that lower depression and anxiety.
Learn this and more at the Holistic Treatment Conference

How Diet Affects Mood Disorders Associated with Addictions

A recently published article* in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that an Australian study reported a whole foods traditional diet resulted in lower rates of depression and anxiety. These mood disorders often co-exist with addictions such as alcoholism. Learn about other nutritional and holistic modalities from experts in the industry.

A few of the featured speakers include:
bullet Stephen J. Schoenthaler, PhD
bullet Hyla Cass, MD
bullet Kenneth Blum, BSc, MSc, PhD
bullet John Giordano, MAC,CAP,CCJS

Visit our website to review the entire agenda.

Continuing Credit Opportunity

Attendees have the chance to receive up to 18 hours of Continuing Education Certification. To see all approvals for CEU credits, click here.

Our conference is:
bullet NCCAOM approved for 18 PDA hours
bullet NANP approved for 18 CEU hours


Conference Info

Held in Las Vegas at the Palms Casino Resort on April 28-April 30, this conference focuses on the 21st century approach of dual diagnosis treatment by integrating crucial body, mind and spirit evidence-based treatment strategies.

For more information or to register, call 877-345-3274 or visit us at for special discount rates.

We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!

Foundations Recovery Network has hosted 30 national conferences and has gained a reputation as the leader in behavioral healthcare events. To learn more about our events, please visit

Reference: *Jacka, F.N.; Pasco , J.A. et al. 2010. Association of Western and Traditional Diets with Depression and Anxiety in Women. American Journal of Psychiatry [Epub ahead of print]

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