Find out about our upcoming and past alumni events, addiction conferences, benefits, functions, gatherings and more! Also throughout the year we host functions and fundraisers like; The Annual Women’s Luncheon and our Annual Concert for Cumberland Heights at the historic Ryman Auditorium that are designed to provide education and help support those living a life in recovery free of addiction to drugs or alcohol.
29 May 2019
Grand Rounds Presentation: Feedback Informed Treatment Join us for a discuss on identifying the costs and benefits associated with applying measurement procedures in the treatment of psychological disorders and their effects on the selection and design of measurement protocols associated with evidence-based practices in treatment contexts and psychology. Event Details: WHO: Nick Hayes PhD, LMFTA, LCDC … Continue reading Grand Rounds Presentation: Feedback Informed Treatment→
More people are feeling safer coming out as transgender than ever before. We are seeing more transgender clients in treatment than ever. So what do we do? When a client informs us they would like to transition or are in the midst of transitioning when they come to treatment, we may freeze. We may not know … Continue reading Belonging, The Opposite of Fitting In – Gender in Action→
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→
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→
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!→
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→
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→
Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights invites you to participate in Back to Basics: Steps and Stories. This intensive 12 step workshop, much like the original step working format from the 1940’s, is open to all persons in recovery. All materials will be provided for participants as well as box lunches. Event Details: WHAT: Back to Basics … Continue reading Back to Basics: Steps and Stories→
Every great therapist knows they need to develop and to refine multiple clinical skills to help clients get better. To help therapists acquire or strengthen some Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills and approaches, Pasadena Villa and Cumberland Heights are generously offering a two-day DBT Foundational Training. Participants will gain a better understanding of Borderline Personality Disorder. … Continue reading 2-Day Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Training→
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→
Drug overdose is the leading cause of death in Americans under 50. In many cases lives could be saved if someone nearby had the education and ability to administer Naloxone. Naloxone is designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose. It can quickly restore normal respiration to a person whose breathing has slowed or even stopped due to … Continue reading Opioid Overdose Response-Naloxone Administration Training→
Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights invites to join us for an experiential activity and a day of fellowship experiencing emotions in a dynamic way! The Alumni Ropes Day consists of both low and high rope elements and processes. These experiential activities place the participant in scenarios, often outside of comfort zones, that allow emergence of a … Continue reading 2019 Alumni Ropes Day→
Cumberland Heights Annual Egg Hunt Bring the family (kids under 13) to this full day of fun beginning with a service at 11:00AM in the Ishee Chapel at Cumberland Heights followed by lunch. At 1:00PM we’ll gather in The Crossings for the annual Egg Hunt, and the kids won’t want to miss the surprise guest hopping … Continue reading Alumni Association 2018 Annual Egg Hunt→
This annual women’s event is an important fundraiser for the alcohol and drug-addiction recovery center. The mission of “Reaching New Heights” is to highlight the women’s programs at Cumberland Heights, raise funds to help women in treatment and celebrate women in our families and community who are experiencing their own recovery one day at a time. … Continue reading Reaching New Heights Women’s Luncheon→
Join us for an educational conference as we collaborate and discuss community solutions around pain and addiction for all healthcare professionals. Event Details: When: Friday, March 22, 2019 Where: Cumberland Medical Center Conference Center (2nd Floor) Time: 8:30AM – 1:30PM PURCHASE TICKETS Event Agenda: TIME ACTIVITY 8:30 – 9:00 Registration 9:00 – 09:45 Dr. James Choo … Continue reading Legal & Lethal 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 Family & Community Education Program Biweekly Event→
“Every Brilliant Thing” – Alumni Relations March Event Event: “Every Brilliant Thing” by Duncan Macmillian, with Jonny Donahoe This one-woman play depicts a daughter who learns as a child that her mother has been hospitalized for doing, as her father puts it, “something stupid.” She resolves to show her mother that life is worth living, by … Continue reading “Every Brilliant Thing” – Alumni Relations Event→
Spirit2Spirit Trauma Certifications Become a Certified Trauma Therapist® or a Certified Trauma Professional® through the landmark 5-module training course approved for graduate, undergraduate and continuing education credits. For more information on the certifications and module details, please head to the Spirit2Spirit website. Module Dates, Times & Locations: Mod 1 – February 21-25, 2019 Hosted by Capstone … Continue reading Spirit2Spirit Trauma Certifications→
Alumni Hockey Night: Let’s Go Predators Join Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights in supporting our very own Nashville Predators! Cost for this event is $25.00 per person and is open to all alumni, families and staff (children under 2 years of age are free but must sit on the lap of the ticket holder). Seats are … Continue reading Alumni Hockey Night: Let’s Go Predators→
What’s the best way to kick off 2019? Improv in recovery! Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights invites you to a recovery based improv class with Unscripted: A Third Coast Project. This class teaches confidence, connection and how to have fun in recovery. Following the 90 minute improv class, we will order in a quick dinner (courtesy … Continue reading Yes and…Improv in recovery!→
Join us for a festive trolley tour of Nashville area holiday lights. We will board the trolley at Starbucks in the Belle Meade Plaza Shopping Center – Address: 4514 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205, arrive early and get a holiday beverage on us! WHAT: A festive trolley tour of Nashville area holiday lights WHEN: Saturday, December … Continue reading Trolley Tour of Nashville area Holiday Lights→
Event Description: Clarksville Outpatient Recovery Center Grand Opening – Cumberland Heights, located in Clarksville Tennessee, is a 12-step based outpatient alcohol & drug rehab program. Cumberland Heights’ Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for individuals age 18 and above who may be in the early stages of dependency or are experiencing problems with alcohol or drug use. … Continue reading Clarksville Outpatient Recovery Center Grand Opening→
Join us for another Sumner County Community Education Program at Pope John Paul II High School on November 15th, where we’ll be leading a discussion on Vaping/Juuling — The new Smoking for High School Kids. Recent tobacco use surveys show a drop in the number of high school students who use tobacco, from 24 percent in … Continue reading Vaping, Juuling — Are the new Smoking for High School Kids→
TRAINING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES The stages of group Group is not serial individual therapy If the therapist is doing most of the talking, that is a problem How substance abuse group therapy may differ from regular traditional process group TRAINING DATE & TIMES November 14, 2018 Group 1 – 1:00PM – 2:30PM in FLC 119 Group … Continue reading Tom Bagwell Group Therapy Trainings→
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Your gift to Cumberland Heights through our annual and capital initiates gives immediate support to patients and their families. To make a longer term impact a gift to the endowment fund will provide patient assistance funding for years to come.