Burning Tree Will Exhibit at the 34th Annual Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorder Conference in Clearwater, FL

Burning Tree announces it will exhibit at the annual training conference in Clearwater, FL.

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Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) February 01, 2013

Burning Tree Programs will be an exhibitor at the 34th Annual Training Institute on Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders convention being held February 11-14, 2013 in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Members of the Burning Tree Marketing Department, Michael Smith and Heather Ferris, will be in attendance.

This premier training event specializes in mental health and the addictions field. It is where a unique combination of nationally recognized faculty addresses a wide variety of today's most relevant topics. The result is a highly acclaimed national training event featuring customized training opportunities for developing new treatment strategies and the sharing of research advances for clinicians and counselors.

Burning Tree continues to be on the cutting edge of drug and alcohol addiction treatment, and has become a leading resource for individuals that despite past experiences, consequences, desire, and attempts to stay sober, and have lost hope it can ever happen. Burning Tree is a long-term solution for the hopeless and helpless, with an average treatment stay between 8-12 months. Their clinical team consists of licensed addiction specialists with different backgrounds and areas of expertise. Burning Tree employs experienced Aftercare Specialists and Transition Services individuals that ease the transition from treatment to real life, empowering clients to execute tools learned in treatment.

Burning Tree’s Marketing individuals continually seek out latest industry trends through tradeshows, conventions, seminars, and face-to-face meetings with treatment facilities and addiction specialists.

Burning Tree maintains two treatment centers in Texas, near Austin and Dallas, providing long-term residential treatment for substance abuse patients from the contiguous U.S. The centers provide a dual diagnosis to determine potential co-occurring mental health disorders and substance abuse. To contact the admissions department directly, simply dial 866-287-2877.

A full list of substance abuse services available at Burning Tree can be found online at http://www.burningtree.com. The site contains resources for understanding addiction and different treatment approaches, and hosts an addiction blog that has been used as a resource for leading industry individuals.


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