Education is an Opportunity
Project Turnabout is pleased to share its expertise in the field of addiction treatment through a variety of professional education opportunities. We offer a variety of educational events throughout the year – available free of charge to area professionals and community members and geared towards relevant topics that benefit the field of addiction treatment and prevention.
ACES: “Brain Development, the Biology of Stress, & the Adverse Childhood Experience Study”
Project Turnabout and Yellow Medicine County Coalition for Prevention present this educational training open to the community and professionals. It will be held on
March 10th, 2017 at the Project Turnabout Main Campus in Granite Falls, Minnesota.
National speaker Karina A. Forrest Perkins, the Chief Executive Officer for The Wayside House, will be discussing a number of topics including:
- Trauma and the Developing Brain
- The ACES Study and it’s Relevance to Our Lives
- The Intersection Between a Normal Adaptive Trauma Response and the Early Onset of Abuse of Substances
To view objectives, a bio on the speaker, and a schedule, please view our printable flyer.
To register, please contact Mark Sannerud at 1-800-862-1453 or email email@example.com. Registration includes the training and lunch.
National Problem Gambling Awareness Month (March) Educational Training Event
Project Turnabout would like to invite you to enhance your knowledge and skills in the field of gambling addiction by attending our educational training in honor of Problem Gambling Awareness Month. It will be held on Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 at Studio 185 at International Market Square in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The FREE training includes two speakers and lunch, as well as two contact hours. Learn more about other Problem Gambling Awareness Month events on our NPGAM page.
Project Turnabout’s own Sheryl Anderson – Coordinator of the Vanguard Center for Gambling Recovery Program, and Marti Paulson – Director of Healthcare and Intake Services, will be discussing a number of topics on gambling, including:
- Older Adults and Problem Gambling
- Physical and Medical Conditions of Problem Gamblers
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