Community Education Series: Human Transformation- The Possibility of Succes
PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH ZOOM: https://advancedrecoverysystems.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvd-6gqj4tHt1VJQ9S3Vw4qbHlcLVqroDM
This 3 part series will discuss the comprehensive and holistic approach of a faith-based science-driven program focusing on life skills and neuroplasticity.
Speaker: Spencer Pfleiderer, President and CEO of Central Care Mission
About the Speaker:
Spencer Pfleiderer has dedicated his professional career to building holistic, meaningful systems that lead to meaningful, measurable outcomes for the most vulnerable populations in Central Florida. Spence currently serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Care Mission, a position he has held since 2008, after nearly 20 years in church ministries throughout Florida. Under Spence’s leadership, Central Care Mission crafted a foundational life skills program for physical, spiritual, financial, vocational, and emotional health; and adjusted their addictions treatment and counseling model based on the latest scientific research in neuroplasticity. Spence believes in constantly striving after human transformation. He is passionate about building holistic systems that address the personal circumstances of each individual and measuring the success of those systems honestly to ensure the best possible outcomes.
8/11: Part I: An Overview of Successful Recovery - Goals, Skills, Habits and Systems
8/18: Part II: An Overview of Successful Recovery - Faith Based Science Driven
8/25: Part III: An Overview of Successful Recovery - Physical, Emotional, Mental and Social
1. To create a comprehensive definition for success for someone with SUD.
2. To describe the life skills necessary for achieving success.
3. To explain the habits, goals, and systems for rewiring the brain.
Time: 2PM-3PM EST
No credits will be provided for attending this training. Our Community Education Series is open to the public and anyone interested in learning more about addiction and other mental health topics. Note: These webinars are not accredited by the NBCC and are not eligible for continuing education hours.