31st Aug - 3rd Sept
The Master Series

Samarpan are delighted to be exhibiting at the University of Oxford next week, for Europe’s largest mental health and trauma conference, The Master Series. This is the largest Mental Health Conference in Europe currently and is being attended by professionals across Europe and The US. Samarpan will be the only Indian service provider exhibiting at this conference.

Martin Peters and Obi Unaka from our Samarpan Recovery & De-addiction Services residential team are looking forward to hearing from world-renowned thought leaders, clinicians, and researchers who will share their expertise. Speakers include Professor David Nutt, Bessel van der Kolk, Peter Levine and Stephen Porges as well as numerous others from around the world in the field of Mental Health and Addiction.

If you are visiting The Master Series 2023, come and say hello to us at booth number 4 and learn more about India’s leading International Rehab, We will be delighted to meet you – Find out more here https://lnkd.in/eb9gch8A

21st -22nd April
GORSKI-CENAPS Preventing Relapse Symposium

Martin Peters (Director of Residential Services), Obi Unaka (Deputy Director of Residential Services) were invited to present at the inaugural Preventing Relapse Symposium in Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA. As part of promoting Samarpan as an internationally recognised centre they presented a paper on “Implementing the evidence-based Gorski-CENAPS model of Relapse Prevention in the Cultural context of India”. The presentation was warmly received by the many clinicians in attendance, which was well attended including recognised presenters such as Roland Williams, Dr Stephen Grinstead and Bob Tyler providing some very thought-provoking presentations. During this trip, our staff were also able to visit the well-respected Beachcomber IOP in Fort Lauderdale and meet up with many addiction therapists from across the US. Martin and Obi have been subsequently invited to present in 2024 at the next symposium.

22nd January 2023
Addiction and Relapse Prevention Seminar

Samarpan hosted an educational seminar at The GIO Convention Centre, Mumbai for addiction and mental health professionals which was presented by international addiction expert Roland Williams. The day encompassed evidence-based approaches to treatment, dispelling myths around addiction treatment and the implementation of Relapse Prevention Therapy into programs A further Q&A forum was also offered, in which Martin Peters (Director of Residential Services), Obi Unaka (Deputy Director of Residential Services) and Dr Ashish Deshpande (Consultant Psychiatrist) shared the stage with Roland Williams to share their experiences of delivering residential rehabilitation treatment. The event was attended by over 60 mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists and counsellors.

CENAPS Training

Samarpan was delighted to host international addiction expert Roland Williams at the Residential Rehab in Mulshi for a full week of the GORSKI-CENAPS Relapse Prevention Therapy training. Over the course of 6 days, all of Samarpan’s clinical staff were trained in this robust, evidence-based relapse prevention therapy model, with a view to all staff obtaining the Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist credential. This was an engaging and informative week of learning and reflecting on clinical practice. Samarpan is the only centre in India that has had this training, and will be working towards ensuring that all clinical staff are trained in this model and obtain the credential. Samarpan Residential Rehab will be working towards obtaining the GORSKI-CENAPS centre of excellence later in the year.

CARF International

As part of Samarpan’s drive toward international recognition, Michael Johnson, Managing Director of Behavioural Health at CARF spent 4 days with the Samarpan management team, to educate them on the benefits of CARF Accreditation and the implementation of standards into the clinical and operational structure of Samarpan Residential Rehab. To reach the standards required, Samarpan will be required to demonstrate competence and evidence in all areas of the operations of the rehab centre. CARF is the only purely behavioural health accreditation, and the vision for Samarpan is to be fully accredited by 2024

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