The mission of the Cumberland Heights Alumni Association and alumni community is to equally serve, support and help you stay connected to Cumberland Heights, our patients and their families, other alumni, and the staff at Cumberland Heights.
UPCOMING 2018 EVENTS:
22 Aug 2018
Family Counseling Training Participants of this family counseling training will discuss the principles of Twelve Step recovery and how the principles hold a congruence with ethical practice and the ethos of professional self-care. Participants will create a symbol to represent their adherence to modeling principled practice when delivering family services. WHO: Ann Rainey & Barbara Larew-Adams … Continue reading Family Counseling Training→
Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients Event Details: WHAT: Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients WHEN: Tuesday August 28,2018 from 9:00AM – 11:30AM WHERE: Integrative LIfe Center 1104 16th Avenue South, Nashville TN 37212 Register Now Workshop Description: This 120 minute workshop will combine lecture, experiential, … Continue reading Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients→
Overdose Awareness Day at Cumberland Heights Friday August 31, 2018 International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year and aims to raise awareness of overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-related death. It also acknowledges the grief felt by families and friends remembering those who have met with … Continue reading Overdose Awareness Day→
Adolescent Treatment: How Recent Treatment Trends May Not Meet Patient Needs Presentation Details: During the presentation, we will identify current trends in adolescent substance use, explore a number of adolescent treatment modalities, and outline discrepancies between pertinent research and treatment trends. Gaining a better understanding about current trends in adolescent substance use; Exploring recent changes in … Continue reading Adolescent Treatment: How Recent Treatment Trends May Not Meet Patient Needs→
Calling All Golfers: The Cumberland Heights Alumni Association Annual Alumni & Staff 4 Person Golf Scramble Join the Cumberland Heights Alumni Association on Friday September 14, 2018 at 8:00AM for our Annual Alumni Association Golf 4 Person Scramble Tournament. Just RSVP below with your individual name OR 4 player team and we’ll get you registered and … Continue reading 2018 Annual Cumberland Heights Alumni Golf Scramble→
Healing from Addictions, Cravings, and Choiceless Behaviors A Workshop for Those Who Suffer and for Those Who Love Them In an ideal world, our emotional needs are met with warmth and understanding from the earliest age. For many of us, this is not the case. Instead we experience loneliness, internal conflicts and overwhelming emotional pain. Addictions … Continue reading Healing from Addictions, Cravings, and Choiceless Behaviors→
Davidson County Community Education Program EVENT TOPIC: Vaping, Juuling are the new Smoking for High School Kids Flavored e-cigarette products and trendy new vaping devices like Juul are luring teenagers away from smoked cigarettes but keeping them hooked on nicotine, federal health officials said Thursday. The latest tobacco use survey shows a drop in the number … Continue reading Davidson County Community Education Program→
Join our Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights for Take Me Out to the Sounds Game! Alumni Relations has reserved the AMi Power Alley for our annual night out at the ballpark! This area accommodates 40 guests with a mix of high-top table seating, couches and standing room. The RSVP cost for this event is $8.00 per person, … Continue reading Take Me Out to the Sounds Game!→
Grand Rounds Presentation: Impacts of Trauma on the Brain Natural human response to traumatic events and how we can redefine behaviors as such. Long and short term impacts on survivors and how this informs our work with survivors. Also to include a discussion on vicarious trauma and caregiver resiliency. Discussion regarding advocacy and resources through the … Continue reading Grand Rounds Presentation: Impacts of Trauma on the Brain→
What: The Continuum of Care in 1-Day: A Guide to Recovery When: Friday, August 10, 2018 Registration: 7:30 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. Presentation: 8:15 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Add to Calendar Where: Marriott, Nashville Airport 600 Marriott Drive Nashville, TN 37214 Driving Directions Contact: Ruth Ann Rigby – 601-613-7088 Stacy Bridges – 615-390-8224 This program is … Continue reading The Continuum of Care in 1-Day: A Guide to Recovery→
Singer/songwriter and piano player John McAndrew, Bogie Bowles, LMSW, and Tammy Stone, LADAC, LPC-SMHP take us on a musical and spiritual journey from self-centeredness to humility, using stories and songs. This journey is a long and difficult one in recovery. Recent studies show us that music can reach the parts of the brain that are linked … Continue reading Music and the Brain Workshop→
Davidson County Community Education Program EVENT TOPIC: Addiction Effects the Entire Family Addiction is a family disease that stresses the family to the breaking point, impacts the stability of the home, the family’s unity, mental health, physical health, finances, and overall family dynamics. Join us to learn about how your family might be effected and what … Continue reading Davidson County Community Education Program→
This 2018 Summer and Fall, Cinde Stewart Freeman and Tammy Stone will be conducting 12 Step training for Cumberland Heights staff once a month for the next 6 months. All staff in attendance will receive continuing education credit (CEUs) for attending each of the training sessions. WHAT: 12 Step Training – Experience, Strength & Hope (6-part … Continue reading 12 Step Training – Experience, Strength & Hope (6-part series)→
2018 Alumni Relations Canoe Trip on the Harpeth River Join Alumni Relations for a 5 mile float down the Harpeth River. You can pick your paddle buddy or we can pair you with someone the day of the event. Price includes canoe rental and cookout afterwards hosted by Scott A. (His address is: 8732 Cub Creek … Continue reading 2018 Alumni Relations Canoe Trip on the Harpeth River→
Workshop: Warming Up The Family To Change July 11, 2018 from 8 AM – 4 PM Cumberland Heights Music Row Outpatient Recovery Center 1619 17th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212 The workshop has met its capacity. Please join the waitlist below. Workshop Description: Addicted family systems are locked into unhealthy roles and behaviors. When working with families, … Continue reading Workshop: Warming Up the Family to Change→
Grand Rounds 2018 – Dr. Howard Burley presents “Behavioral Addictions” Dr. Howard L. Burley, Director of Psychiatric Services Cumberland Heights, is an addiction psychiatry specialist in Nashville, TN and has been practicing for 33 years. He graduated from Meharry Medical College School Of Medicine in 1985 and specializes in addiction psychiatry. EVENT DETAILS: Topic: Behavioral Addictions … Continue reading Grand Rounds 2018 – Dr. Howard Burley presents “Behavioral Addictions”→
Meaningful Engagement with the Substance Abusing Adolescent Male DATE: June 29, 2018 LOCATION: The Dilworth Center — 2240 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28203 TIME: 8:30AM – 3:00PM COST: FREE! PRESENTED BY: Cumberland Heights Dean Porterfield, LPC, MHSP, NCC Cole Szabo, CPRS Register Now! WORKSHOP OVERVIEW This presentation will focus on how to best engage adolescent males … Continue reading Meaningful Engagement with the Substance Abusing Adolescent Male→
Beginning on June 28, 29 & 30th Cumberland Heights is proud to host the ARISE® 3-Day Comprehensive Care with Intervention Workshop. Participants will apply and practice the ARISE® method with a hypothetical case to familiarize yourself with the protocol and participants are placed in a small group that meets with an ARISE® instructor for a total of 12 hours via Zoom video conference. The meetings are held on Saturdays in blocks of 3 – 6 hours. Over the course of the meetings, participants create, develop, and present a hypothetical case using the ARISE® method.
Join the Alumni Relations program for our annual white water rafting adventure! We have limited spots available for this event. Your RSVP is required and includes your float cost and a BBQ dinner served after the float is complete, compliments of Scott A. You will need to provide your own transportation. It takes approximately 3.5 hours … Continue reading Alumni Ocoee White Water Rafting Trip→
Sumner County Community Education Program LOCATION: Volunteer State Community College, in the Thigpen Library, Rochelle Center DATE: June 14, 2018 TIME: 6:00PM – 8:00PM REGISTER NOW! Please join us Thursday, June 14 at Volunteer State Community College in the Thigpen Library, Rochelle Center from 6:00PM – 8:00PM. The mission of the Sumner County Anti Drug Coalition … Continue reading Sumner County Community Education Program→
GROUP NAME: Relapse Process PURPOSE: Check in with status of well being. Hear group peer share treatment assignment of Relapse Life Addiction history addressing denial and relapse prevention. MODALITY: Process OPTIMAL GROUP SIZE: 5 to 8 people LENGTH OF GROUP: 1 hour MATERIALS NEEDED: NONE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify core beliefs learned as a child, how those … Continue reading Life Addiction: History Addressing Denial and Relapse Prevention→
Cumberland Heights Alumni Association EventCumberland River Cruise Let’s go cruising with Captain Jim Steele, the originator of Scenic Nature Cruises in Tennessee. Every year since 2002, he has entertained thousands of passengers aboard the Blue Heron, a U.S. Coast Guard inspected 40’ pontoon boat. The scenery offers both relaxation and adventure, as the boat glides past … Continue reading Cumberland River Cruise→
6th Annual Southeastern Collegiate Recovery Community Summit The 6th Annual Southeastern Collegiate Recovery Conference is a great opportunity for collegiate recovery professionals and students in the southeastern region to come together, collaborate, and learn about addiction and recovery education, training, and clinical best practices. Students in recovery will have the opportunity to enhance their collegiate experience … Continue reading 6th Annual Southeastern Collegiate Recovery Community Summit→
Event: Nashville Psychotherapy Institute 2018 Spring Workshop As psychotherapists, we routinely work with our patient’s availability for emotional engagement. Our success depends, in part, on our own emotional availability. During this workshop, we will examine both the openness and resistance to emotional involvement in groups. We will discuss common sources of resistance for both members and … Continue reading Nashville Psychotherapy Institute 2018 Spring Workshop→
Come join us for the April 26, 2018 Sumner County Community Education event on adolescent & substance abuse event at Indian Lake Peninsula Church. By the time they are seniors, almost 70% of high school students will have tried alcohol, half will have taken an illegal drug, nearly 40 percent will have smoked a cigarette, and … Continue reading Sumner County Community Education→
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 2018 Alumni Ropes Day→
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Why is it so meaningful to give to Cumberland Heights?
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.