Alumni Events

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Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights Events

UPCOMING 2019 EVENTS:

Sorry, there are currently no upcoming alumni events currently scheduled. Please check back soon!



RECAP OF PAST ALUMNI EVENTS:

09
Oct
2019

Celebrate our 22nd Anniversary on Wednesday, October 9th at the legendary Ryman Auditorium featuring Josh Turner! PRE-PARTY & CONCERT DETAILS: Performer: Josh Turner Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2019 Location: Ryman Auditorium Pre-Party Times: 5:00PM – 7:00PM (location TBA) Concert Time: 7:30PM @ Ryman Auditorium (Address: 116 5th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219) CONCERT FOR CUMBERLAND HEIGHTS … Continue reading 2019 Concert for Cumberland Heights featuring Josh Turner!

21
Sep
2019

Sydnor Horn County Fair – Blue Ribbon Recovery at Cumberland Heights WHO: All alumni, families and staff welcome! DATE: Saturday September 21st TIME: 10:00AM – 3:00PM FUN: Cripple Creek Cloggers with Uncle Shuffelo and His Haint Hollow Hootenanny FOOD: Priority lunch seating begins at: 11:30AM (300 spots), 12:30PM (300 spots), 1:30PM (300 spots) and finally 2:00PM … Continue reading Sydnor Horn Alumni & Staff Picnic

21
Sep
2019

COURSE INFORMATION PART I: ARISE® EDUCATIONAL INTENSIVE A) ARISE® 3-Day Comprehensive Care with Intervention Workshop (no prerequisites) This workshop can be taken: By experienced interventionists choosing to learn a new model By therapists, clinicians, counselors, and administrators as a general course with 28 PCB-approved continuing education hours As the first step toward becoming a Certified ARISE® … Continue reading ARISE® THREE-DAY COMPREHENSIVE CARE WITH INTERVENTION WORKSHOP

13
Sep
2019

This presentation aims to help attendees better understand substance abuse diagnosis, co-occurring issues and addiction in our society, shift in treatment options and guide in the pain recovery processes. Attendees will be encouraged and learn ways to provide useful methods for facilitating improved understanding and multiple approaches to address these problems from a clinical standpoint. Lunch … Continue reading The Continuum of Care in 1-Day: A Guide to Recovery

11
Sep
2019

The successful management of resistance is the pivotal point of effective therapy. It is also a critical component in alleviating therapists’ stress. Although most therapists have been trained extensively in theoretical approaches, few have had extensive training in dealing with resistance. This is a fast paced, highly practical seminar designed to teach innovative approaches and ideas … Continue reading Effective Techniques for Dealing with Highly Resistant Clients

23
Aug
2019

Event Details: Cost: $30.00 – CEU Registrations $15.00 – General Admission (Lunch is included with all registrations) 3.5 CE Credits available, approved by NAADAC and NBCC REGISTER HERE Workshop Agenda: 8:30AM — Registration 9:00AM — Model of Care Cinde Stewart Freeman, RN, LADAC, QCS Chief Clinical Officer, Cumberland Heights 10:20AM — Spiritual Care Principles Rev. Stan … Continue reading Pillars of Recovery

20
Aug
2019

The MusiCares® Sober Jam is a quarterly event offering musicians an opportunity to perfor, in a safe and sober environment. The Sober Jam begins at 6:00PM with solo performances, facilitated by emcee Phil Bogard. Each event includes an unannounced special guest performance. All attendees — both on and off-stage — are considered to be active participants … Continue reading MusiCares Sober Jam

17
Aug
2019

Join our Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights for ‘Take Me Out to the Sounds Game’ for the Nashville Sounds vs. Omaha Storm Chasers Alumni Relations has reserved open seating in the AMi Power Alley for our annual night out at the ballpark! This area accommodates 40 guests with a mix of high-top table seating, couches and standing … Continue reading Take Me Out to the Sounds Game!

16
Aug
2019

Recent studies show that music has healing effects as well as triggering effects for those in recovery from co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders. When we hear music, dopamine is released in the brain that creates pleasure. However, we know that memories are associated with music, which can trigger happiness or trauma. This session will … Continue reading Music and the Brain Workshop

15
Aug
2019

Cumberland Heights, Belle Meade United Methodist Church and Nashville Prevention Partnership are proud to offer a community Narcan training on Thursday, August 15, 2019. Pizza dinner will be provided at 6:30PM and the training will begin at 7:00PM. Please RSVP to ensure that we have enough pizzas and Narcan kits for all participants. If you have … Continue reading Community Narcan Training — Davidson County

27
Jul
2019

It’s time to join the Alumni Relations program for our annual white water rafting adventure! We have limited spots available for this event. Your RSVP is required and includes your float cost and a BBQ dinner served after the float is complete, compliments of Scott A. You will need to provide your own transportation. It takes … Continue reading Alumni Ocoee White Water Rafting Trip

10
Jul
2019

Got Conflict? We’ve Got Solutions! Conflict is inevitable in therapy, and if handled effectively, can not only lead to resolution, but deeper understanding and greater connection. This experiential and didactic workshop will offer attendees specific, effective sociometric and psychodramatic techniques, such as empty chair, doubling vs. mirroring, role reversal and classical encounter, that will allow clinicians … Continue reading Got Conflict? We’ve Got Solutions!

04
Jul
2019

Since 1966, it has been Cumberland Heights’ mission to transform lives, giving hope to those affected by alcohol and drugs. Cumberland Heights recognizes addiction is a family disease and wants to provide support whenever possible. Our Family & Community Education Program is designed to provide education and support for those seeking recovery and those already taking … Continue reading Cumberland Heights Community Education Program

27
Jun
2019

Cumberland Heights, Indian Lake Peninsula Church and The Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition are proud to offer a community Narcan training on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Pizza dinner will be provided at 6:30PM and the training will begin at 7:00PM. Please RSVP to ensure that we have enough pizzas and Narcan kits for all participants. Event Details … Continue reading Sumner County Community Narcan Training

20
Jun
2019

Since 1966, it has been Cumberland Heights’ mission to transform lives, giving hope to those affected by alcohol and drugs. Cumberland Heights recognizes addiction is a family disease and wants to provide support whenever possible. Our Family & Community Education Program is designed to provide education and support for those seeking recovery and those already taking … Continue reading Cumberland Heights Community Education Program

19
Jun
2019

ARISE® THREE-DAY COMPREHENSIVE CARE WITH INTERVENTION WORKSHOP NASHVILLE, TN | JUNE 19 – 21, 2019 COURSE INFORMATION: PART I: ARISE® EDUCATIONAL INTENSIVE A) ARISE® 3-Day Comprehensive Care with Intervention Workshop (no prerequisites) This workshop can be taken: By experienced interventionists choosing to learn a new model By therapists, clinicians, counselors, and administrators as a general course … Continue reading ARISE® THREE-DAY COMPREHENSIVE CARE WITH INTERVENTION WORKSHOP


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