Moments of Change is dedicated to educating treatment professionals and organizations on the latest and most effective recovery methods in behavioral healthcare.
Attendees will discover effective strategies, best practices and clinically proven recovery methods for treating substance use disorders, mental health disorders, process addictions, traumatic history and unwilling populations.
Have questions about Moments of Change?
Contact: Glenn Hadley, Director of Foundations Events
Lasting change doesn’t happen overnight, but there are key moments that turn the tide. The Moments of Change conference is committed to preparing you for those breakthroughs with a fresh look at proven methods and innovative approaches. As we come together to elevate the behavioral healthcare field, we can all walk away better equipped to overcome adversity in our organizations, in our industry, in our local communities and in our lifesaving work of treating patients with addiction and mental health conditions. Above all, our goal is to make sure that real moments of change continue to change lives.
Monday, September 30
Overcoming adversity for patients
The first day of MOC will focus on listening to the voice of the patient. In order to help someone heal, we first need to understand their personal needs and goals. Then once we meet an individual where they are on their recovery journey, we can be better equipped to care for them as a whole person and help them find their path to holistic health.
Tuesday, October 1
Overcoming adversity for providers
After preparing ourselves to meet the needs of those around us, it’s time to look inward. As the behavioral health field grows and shifts, it’s more important than ever to prioritize self-care as a safeguard against clinician burnout and to understand how change management can help us adapt along with our industry. When we nurture health in our own lives and in our organizations, that’s when we’ll have the greatest opportunity to overcome the adversities we face and help others.
Wednesday, October 2
Overcoming adversity for the community
The third day of MOC shifts the focus from looking inward to looking at the larger community we create with one another. As new legislation reshapes the behavioral health world, we need to invite discourse and feedback about how we can overcome adversity together – not just from our peers, but also from government policymakers, industry organizations, EAP professionals, lobbyists and insurance providers. When we work jointly to create a culture of high ethical standards and transparent outcomes data, it benefits the entire ecosystem, and especially our patients.
Thursday, October 3
As MOC 2019 comes to a close, we don’t want to leave South Florida without shining a spotlight on some of the local leaders who are helping patients and providers overcome adversity in this community. Thanks to their efforts to fight corruption and implement new regulations, Florida has become a model for other states who want to improve their local treatment industry and protect patients. So, we’ll wrap up MOC by spending time focused on how we can keep this positive momentum building in Florida and how we can share this experience to help others nationwide.
Meet and network with other professionals
Our conferences bring together the best and brightest from all over the country, and you’ll get a chance to meet experts and other professionals who can help you and your practice thrive. Working together, we can serve more people who need our help the most!
Top-notch speakers and presentations
Our speaker selection reflects our commitment to your education and behavioral health innovation. You’ll learn from a variety of well-known, seasoned experts who can give you the knowledge you need to work smarter and serve your patients well. Our industry is always changing, and new challenges are continually on the horizon. Our esteemed speakers will help you navigate the obstacles that you and your patients face regularly in our fast-paced world.
- Behavioral healthcare professionals
- Addiction industry specialists
- Case managers/discharge planners
- Clinical directors
- Executive management
- EAP specialists
- Social workers
- Healthcare marketers
- Business development